After navigating along rainforest tracks using silent electric quad bikes and across several creeks, your knowledgeable guide will lead you on two guided nature walks. A light lunch is provided at the halfway point along with the opportunity for a refreshing swim in a freshwater lagoon.
After a safety briefing and instruction on bike operation, you will be guided along designated tracks to two locations from which the walking tours will begin.
During the walk, your experienced guides will describe the cultural and environmental features of the majestic Daintree Rainforest and highlight biodiversity aspects of this amazing location.
If you are fortunate you may spot some of the abundant wildlife on the 350-acre property, including the famed cassowary.
At the halfway point of the walk, you will stop for lunch and refreshments for a rainforest picnic.
There will also be an opportunity to have a refreshing swim in a freshwater lagoon that is fed with crystal clear water straight from the mountains.
The Eco Walk has achieved Eco Tourism accreditation status based on the following criteria: the bikes produce zero emissions, are silent (no impact on the fauna), are speed governed, have light ground touch and travel on designated and pre-existing tracks.
Eco walks have been operating on the site for the last 40 years and the use of 4wd diesel fuelled engines have been recently replaced by electric quad bikes. All quad bikes are fitted with the roll protection bars, body armour and helmets are provided. Bikes are governed to a maximum speed of 21km/hr and carry WPH&S compliance.
Daintree National Park (Cape Tribulation)