Tag Archives: Daintree Rainforest

The Daintree Rainforest is pretty much a living museum. This 180 million year old rainforest documents various stages of plant evolution.

To learn more about the Daintree Rainforest, check out our articles below…

Why Wet Season In The Daintree Rainforest Is Magical

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When it comes to wet season in the Daintree Rainforest, Mother Nature really does put on a show! From standing under the shelter of umbrella palms during a dramatic downpour, to cooling off in deep rainforest pools, here’s why the Wet Season in the Daintree Rainforest is magical.   It Becomes The Emerald City During […]

Cape Tribulation Swimming Holes You Need To Visit

Cape Tribulation Swimming holes are a must-visit for every wannabe mermaid. Set deep in the World Heritage Daintree Rainforest under the dense canopy, these swimming spots look like they have been taken straight out of a Jungle Book dream. Today we round up the Cape Tribulation swimming holes you need to visit! Don’t worry… you […]

Is A Cassowary A Dinosaur?

We answer the age-old question: “Is A Cassowary A Dinosaur?” Like many things in the Daintree, the Southern Cassowary looks straight out of the pre-historic times. Without further adieu, it’s time for the Jungle Tours addition of Myth Busters: “Is A Cassowary A Dinosaur?” ♫  Dinosaur bird, dinosaur bird.. does whatever a dinosaur bird does. ♫ […]

Alexandra Range Lookout: 6 Instagram Photos To Take

The Alexandra Range Lookout is pretty much what you need in your Instagram feed. With sweeping views of vibrant green rainforest leading out to the white-sand fringed twirl of the Daintree River mouth, this lookout is the creme-de-la-creme of ‘gram backdrops.   Whether you’re visiting the Alexandra Range Lookout or looking for inspo for your […]

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