Daintree And Captribulation
Staying in the city for too long have me forgetton how beautiful the country side of Queens land could be. On our way to the Daintree, the view isabsolutely gorgeous. Our tour guide told us a lot of interesting facts about the farms, villages and rivers we passed.
On the daintree river, with the help of our experienced guide we saw a few tree snakes and two huge crocdiles, the journey it self feels like a treasure hunting movie.On our way to the board walk in the rainforest, we saw a cassowary and our tour guide stoped the bus so that we could take picture of him. I was told that some people never got to see one after living in Cairns for years, but we saw four that day and one was a baby bird.
The board walk in the rainforest was not only fun but also quite informative, our tour guide told us a lot about the history of the rainforest and the vegetation, it was stunning to know how old these trees were. Our bbq lunch is by a beautiful creek, the water is so clear you could saw so many fish in the water. The captribulation is is vast beach and quite relaxing, there is also a lookout place there where you can overlooking the beautiful beach. On our way back we got a delcious icecream from a organic farm which is perfect for concluding this beatiful day.