- Mobile Voucher Accepted
- Hotel pickup Available
- Free Cancellation
- Duration: 12 Hrs
Departure Time :
6:30 AM Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.
Departure Details :
Tour departs from centrally located Cairns, Northern Beaches and Port Douglas hotels including residential addresses
Return Details :
Returns approximiately to Cairns at 9pm, Northern Beaches 8:30pm or Port Douglas at 8pm. If opted to fly from Cooktown to Cairns, you'll arrive into Cairns General Aviation Airport at approximately 6:.. read more
Cancellation Policy : For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
Explore the historic township of Cooktown as you drive through the magical World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park and the famous Bloomfield Track on this 4WD tour from Cairns, Northern Beaches and Port Douglas. The journey is just as spectacular as the destination. You'll venture through rainforest, the outback and cross the Daintree River before reaching Cooktown, home of Australia's first European settlement, where you'll have free time to visit the James Cook Museum (optional). Subject to seasonal opening times.
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- Get off the beaten track in a 4x4
- Lunch included
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Small group ensures personal service
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
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This is a typical itinerary for this product
Pass By: Daintree National Park, Cape Tribulation, Daintree Region, Queensland
Travel through the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park
Stop At: Black Mountain National Park, Queensland
One of Australia's most restricted habitats for endemic fauna, shrouded in mystery and spoken of in Aboriginal legend
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Grassy Hill, Cooktown, Cook Shire, Queensland
Panoramic views of Cooktown, Endeavour River and the Coral Sea overlooking the Great Barrier Reef
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Cooktown History Centre, Cooktown, Cook Shire, Queensland
Spend free time in this historic coastal town
Duration: 1 hour
Travel by air-conditioned 4WD
Coffee and/or Tea
Cable Ferry ride across Daintree River
Hotel drop off (If Drive/Drive option selected)
Flight from Cooktown to Cairns General Aviation Airport (if Drive/Fly option is selected)
Entry to James Cook Museum AUD$15 (Optional)
Hotel drop off (if the drive/fly option is selected)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Infants are not recommended
Tour size - Maximum 16 people
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Subject to weather and road conditions, alternative routes may be taken.
No refund will be given if the itinerary is altered due to weather conditions
Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there is not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
Seat in coach transfers from Cairns Airport to Port Douglas available and payable direct
Not wheelchair accessible
Not recommended for travelers with back problems
Not recommended for pregnant travelers
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Most travelers can participate
Traveler ReviewsSee all reviews
fantastic trip and amazing very knowledgeable tour guide. Thanks
Excellent tour in every respect. Particular praise to our driver/guide for his explanations, background stories and driving over such a long day!
Our Tour Guide Cathy, was extremely knowledgable as well as a very safe and competent driver. Cathy made our day lots of fun and her local knowledge was amazing. The stops that we made along the way on The Bloomfield Track far exceeded our expectations. Our morning tea stop in The Daintree was so idyllic. We stopped at an Indiginous Gallery in Wujal Wujal. The artwork and jewellery, all done by women, was also amazing. We had a beautiful lunch and then went to visit the iconic Lions Den Hotel, established in 1875. Cooktown is a very quaint town. We traced some of Captain Cook's steps, ironically visiting on the 247th Anniversary of his landing in Cooktown.We returned to Port Douglas on The Mulligan Highway. We travelled as a party of 4 and all would highly recommend this tour to anyone with a sense of adventure and a love of our beautiful country. This tour has now whet our appetite and we are considering a trip further north to the tip of Cape York. Thank you for a fabulous day.
Not quite what I expected but our tour guide made it a truly memorable day.
The tour to Cooktown via the Daintree National Park was the spectacular highlight of our visit to the Cairns region. Our driver Greg was very knowledgeable about the environment and history of the region. He was also very helpful throughout the day, friendly and interesting, all while driving safely on some quite difficult roads. Morning tea in the forest was really good with fresh scones. Lunch was a choice from a fairly limited menu but the food was well-prepared and tasty. The only low spot was the stop for dinner - the timing was too early due to the constraints of the schedule and the food was pretty ordinary. I realize it's probably the only place to stop and some might want to eat before getting back to Cairns.
Overall it was a great tour, with a lot to see packed into a single day. I learned a lot about the history, culture and natural environment of the area.
what a great tour with friendly travellers and many thanks to Nick for his expert knowledge.
I think the tour is OK, not much happening in Cooktown
the tour was fantastic and our tour guide daryl was very imformative and friendly,which made the tour even better. chris and joy fron melbourne
Although unable to take the Bloomfield Track (due to FNQ's notorious summer weather) the tour was most enjoyable with one of the best and most informative driver/guides I have experienced. Time constraints prevented an overnight stay in Cooktown but with so much to see, I strongly recommend that future 'tourists'
avail themselves of this option.
enjoyed the trip, but not the food, at the pub,very long day to do on so little food,up early no breakfast, back late and where we were staying no resturant, not your fault just pointing it out,other than that great trip.