The Daintree River, which flows through the forest bearing the same name, is a veritable hotbed of water: you can dare to catch the famous barramundi (fish typical of the tropical north of Australia, who lives in both fresh and salt water and is excellent food) and even see many crocodiles in their wild, natural habitat. This forest is a wonder in itself and, is in fact not a very populated site. Most shelters, hostels and tourist villages work together so that it is open to everyone. Here you can see fruit bats, guano several meters long, pythons of all kinds, frogs, butterflies and moths that can attain a wingspan of six inches wide!
Enjoy a half hour of flying in the Skyrail 7.5 km over the rainforest between the Australian city of Cairns and Kuranda. Contemplate the thick vegetation, the waterfalls, views of the Pacific, with its coastline and its nearby islands. Stroll along the paths and wooden suspension bridges when the Skyrail stops. Enjoy the Barron waterfalls http://www.Minube.Com/rincon/barron-falls-a91690 and Kuranda corners: Http :/ / www.Minube.Com/rincon/kuranda-koala-gardens-a91551 http://www.Minube.Com/rincon/australian-butterfly-sanctuary-a91547 Combine your visit to the famous Kuranda Kuranda Scenic Railway train http://www.Minube.Com/rincon/kuranda-scenic-railway-a3474 . You can reach the Cairns Skyrail from a bus that leaves from the city center to Caravonica station. The same one takes you back. Be sure to visit the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park: Http :/ / www.Minube.Com/rincon/tjapukai-aboriginal-cultural-park-a91711