Daintree Rainforest

Private Tours

Take a trip back in time

Dating back 180 million years, stepping into the ancient Daintree Rainforest is like taking a trip back in time.

Whilst standing under the towering Licuala Fan Palms, or looking out over dense rainforest canopy to the horizon, it’s quite easy to imagine dinosaurs roaming this World Heritage wonder.

From swimming in the boulder-dotted emerald pools of Mossman Gorge in the south, to exploring the rugged Cape Tribulation coast line, your private Daintree Rainforest tour can incorporate everything you’ve dreamed of.

Our private charter tours are fully customisable, ensuring that you and your group can explore the Daintree Rainforest your way.

Your group will join a dedicated driver guide, who has a myriad of local knowledge of the Daintree, its history and the incredible flora and fauna that call this unique ecosystem home.

Here’s a little tasting smorgasbord of some of the activities you can enjoy on your private Daintree Rainforest tour.


Get your croc-o-dial at the ready as you board a Daintree River cruise to search for Estaurine Crocodiles in their natural habitat. Cruise through the unique mangrove habitat and learn about unique flora and fauna.


Cross the Daintree River aboard the Daintree River Ferry and weave your way through rainforest-flanked roads to Cape Tribulation.


The Daintree and Cape Tribulation coastline is home to a myriad of beautiful, and often deserted, beaches. Make Thornton Beach a stop on your Cape Tribulation Tour and enjoy a serene walk with views of Struck Island.


Enjoy stunning views of lush rainforest stretching out to the Coral Sea and the Daintree River mouth. Spot Snapper Island and Low Isles and keep a look out for the electric blue Ulysses Butterfly and rainforest birds.


With emerald clear water and tumbling, large boulders, Mossman Gorge is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the Daintree. Join your driver guide for an interpretive walk and learn how the traditional owners lived in this beautiful area. Cool off from the tropical heat in the crystal clear waters.


Meet an abundance of Australian animals, including koalas, emus and the endangered Cassowary at Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas. This advanced eco certified immersion exhibit allows you to interact with animals in their recreated natural environments in 5 habitats; savannah, wetlands, woodlands, rainforest and nocturnal.


Explore the place where the rainforest meets the reef: Cape Tribulation Beach. Wander along this sandy, palm-fringed paradise and spot the fringing reef at low tide.


Immerse yourself in the world’s oldest surviving rainforest on a guided Daintree Rainforest boardwalk tour. Join your guide to learn more about the ancient flora and fauna.