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No Worries Tours

Clifton Beach, Queensland 4879, Australia
071 07 4059 2492
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Journey through time

My tour to Kuranda was really like a little journey in time: it started with a nice ride on a... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2009
Chris3Berlin
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Berlin
A smooth trip to the world's oldest rain forrest

We had a great day with No Worries Tours visiting the Daintry Rain Forrest. Not only did we see... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2009
Matthias3
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Berlin
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Fantastic,scenic day tour in The Daintree National Park. You are collected from your accommodation and taken along the stunning coastal road from Palm Cove,visiting Port Douglas, Mossman and the Daintree Village for safe Crocodile spotting on the magnificent river. A visit to a swimming hole under a waterfall within the ancient rainforest completes your genuine Australian experience.
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30 Jun 2009
“Journey through time”
30 Jun 2009
“A smooth trip to the world's oldest rain forrest”
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Clifton Beach, Queensland 4879, Australia
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071 07 4059 2492
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Reviewed 30 June 2009

My tour to Kuranda was really like a little journey in time: it started with a nice ride on a historical train through the marvelous hills around Kuranda, at one point also stopping at the impressing waterfalls. Kuranda itself lied way up in the mountains...More

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Reviewed 30 June 2009

We had a great day with No Worries Tours visiting the Daintry Rain Forrest. Not only did we see several crocodiles and a couple of frogmouth birds on our cruise, but even a Cassowary (an emu-like, big bird, which is very rare, only about 1.500...More

3  Thank Matthias3
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