Looking to tick the Daintree Rainforest off your bucket list? Glide through the treetops on a series of flying fox ziplines and enjoy incredible views into the canopy, down to cascading streams and out to the Great Barrier Reef.
This is the most exciting way to explore the Daintree Rainforest! Stand and wonder at the many levels of the ancient forest on viewing platforms high in the towering trees. Whilst your adventurous spirits and dreams are fulfilled, your safety is covered with all construction and equipment meeting the highest standards and all platforms manned by highly trained climbing and abseiling masters. They'll be with you every step of the way, offering interpretation on every platform and controlling your flight throughout the tour, so there's no experience necessary.
The tour starts with a short walk into the forest (approximately 250m), then it time to get up in the trees. Five platforms range in height from 7 to 16m above the ground and the cable spans range from 37 to 95m in length. All spans are travelled in pairs except for one solo flight across a rainforest creek - soar upside down if you dare! The final span to the ground features side-by-side racing ziplines with speeds around 45km/ph! Or there’s an option to take it slow. An fun-filled experience you will remember forever!
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
The price quoted is for one adult or child. Tours operate with a maximum group size of 13 people.
Operates in all weather conditions.
Please wear shorts or long pants (no skirts or dresses), t-shirt and enclosed-in shoes. Don't forget your camera!
Guides are highly trained, with a combination of abseiling qualifications, vertical rescue techniques and offer environmental interpretation throughout the tour. All persons must complete a Medical Declaration and Liability Waiver prior to the tour.
This activity takes place at Cape Tribulation, Queensland (approximately 2.5 hours north of Cairns).