BLOOMFIELD FALLS, DAINTREE RAINFOREST,
Advanced eco-accredited small group tours. Private Charters available for smaller and larger groups.
The full day tour that offers the ultimate – off road – waterfall- Daintree Rainforest experience. Discover a part of Australia’s Wet Tropics Landscape where nature and adventure blend perfectly.
TOUR DEPARTS PORT DOUGLAS AT 7.15 AM
Travelling beyond the end of the sealed road where few companies dare to venture, deep in the remote region of the Daintree Rainforest, is an area seldom seen by visitors.
This 4WD Adventure offers incredible beauty and rugged terrain while including all the ‘must do’ locations before arriving at our destination of the Bloomfield Falls.
Escape the crowds and experience a true 4WD Daintree Wilderness Adventure with us.
We’ll start our day with a Daintree River Cruise, followed by a stop at Alexandra Lookout, then onto morning tea at Cape Tribulation with a walk to the Kulki Lookout for unsurpassed views of the rainforest and beach and being the only place in the world where two world heritage areas meet.
Travelling further north we start our off road journey along the Bloomfield Track through some of the most picturesque and remote wilderness region of the Daintree/Cape Tribulation National Park with spectacular lookouts and natural creek crossings which become a challenge at times after our seasonal rains, untouched coastal scenery and a stop along the way to view one of the most untouched, pristine and remote beaches at Stingray Bay before we reach our destination of the Bloomfield Falls.
After a short break, we return to Cape Tribulation and follow on to Noah Valley, a World Heritage Listed private property, which supports some of the most spectacular, pristine rainforest found anywhere in the world.
Enjoy a stroll along ‘The Gateway To Paradise’ and view one of the most primitive flowering plants still existing, while our a barbeque lunch is prepared in our unique setting, a private retreat surrounded by rainforest.
The Daintree Rainforest at Noah Valley have plant life yet to be named. There may be plants that are not yet discovered. The complexity and diversity of this area are yet to be experienced.
Swim in the crystal clear rainforest stream before we depart Noah Valley and if time permits we stop briefly at The Daintree Ice Company, then onto the Daintree Ferry, crossing for our journey home.
This tour is definitely worth the effort in making the early start.
As this is gravel road, it can sometimes be rough and can be at times impassable owing to wet seasonal flooding.
$250 per person
*This tour is not suitable to children under 8 years of age, unless on a Private Charter.
We accept Visa and Mastercard at time of booking.
No fees apply when using a credit card and we do not charge a booking fee. This is a saving of up to AUS $11.50 per person
PRIVATE CHARTER COSTS
Small and large group charter prices are available on request.
Small Group Eco Certified Tours
High level of mobility is required
If unsure, please check prior to booking
Please note: Due to the length of the day and the off road driving involved, all guests will be required to take a turn in the front, middle and back seat of the vehicle. Although all seats do face forward, you must be able to get in and out of the vehicle with ease.
We do not recommend this tour for any person who has back, knee or hip ailments or has any walking aids.
Our guides are only too happy to share their passion for this Rainforest
Frequently Asked Questions about this Tour
We do not operate Christmas or New Years Day.
Pickups and drop offs are complimentary from all Port Douglas accommodation /resorts /private accommodation. Pickup times will depend on the tour booked and where you will be staying.
Once a booking is confirmed a pickup time will be advised.
For guests travelling from Cairns/ Palm Cove/ Trinity Beach or any other Cairns Northern Beaches, Turtle Cove and Thala Beach Nature Reserve, you will require to make your own way to Port Douglas to join the tour. We will advise of the most suitable pickup point in Port Douglas when the booking is confirmed. Please note: If you are not staying in Port Douglas, it is a requirements that we have on file a contactable land line/cell/mobile phone number.
Once you have made your final arrangements, you can contact us directly with your accommodation details.
The TOUR’B’ Bloomfield Falls – Cape Tribulation and Daintree Rainforest tour has a departure time of 7.15am and a return time of between 6.30 and 7.00pm.
The return time is only approximate as much depends on seasonal traffic, ferry queues, creek and river crossings, the state of The Bloomfield Track on the day and other unexpected delays.
We DO NOT recommend anyone take a Daintree Rainforest tour on the last day of their visit, as any holdups on the return journey could have you miss your transfer to the airport or flight. It takes one hour to drive to the airport from Port Douglas, if travelling by coach it will take longer. You also need to consider your flight check in time and any delays on the road getting to the airport.
Yes, we have a large volume of solo guests travelling throughout the year. We do though require at least two adult guests before we can run a tour, so at times, we may need to place you on a waitlist basis until we receive another booking before we can confirm the departure. This can happen overnight however if you are well organised and booking months in advance it may take a while before we can confirm your tour.
The TOUR’B’ Bloomfield Falls Daintree Rainforest Cape Tribulation tour, offers one walk only in the heart of the Daintree Rainforest at Noah Valley private world heritage listed property.
This tour also includes a very short walk from the car park at Bloomfield to view the Bloomfield Falls. This walk is over some large rocks with very uneven rough ground and not recommended to anyone who cannot walk unassisted. Please consider this before booking this tour.
There is approximately two and a half hours of off road driving with no toilets along the way.
No. In fairness to all our guests, we rotate each seating at each stop. Everyone likes a turn in the front and we do at times have guests who have difficult in hearing. Should you suffer from motion sickness, then perhaps consider taking motion sickness tablets prior to the tour. If you still prefer the front seat then the private charter option would be best for you.
For your comfort light coloured clothing is always recommended. Try and disregard dark colours such as black, brown and dark blue as some insects such as mosquitoes and March flies are attracted to them. Shorts and T/Shirt or light cotton shirt works best. If travelling during the months on June, July and August, perhaps a light sweater is advisable as it can get a little cool on the Daintree River Cruise, especially in the early hours of the day. Runners or flat sandals are fine, thongs/flip flops are not advisable as you will be walking on a dry river bed and over small uneven surfaces as well as rocks of all sizes.
Do not bring a large amount of cash. We do not recommend that you wear excess jewellery and try and keep your valuable engagement ring in the safe back at the resort. Do not wear it swimming. We also recommend that you do not wear your wedding ring whilst swimming.The cold temperature of the water in the stream will cause your finger size to shrink temporarily, aided by the movement of your hands as you swim, it can make it easy for the ring to slip off your finger without you being aware of it.
Umbrellas are supplied for each guest on board.
All else as per our tour inclusions (link to tour) is covered, as well as insect repellent, binoculars.
You will not require to pay for anything else as all national park fees, entry fees, ferry costs, private property fees, lunch, morning tea and Daintree River cruise is covered in costs.
You do need some extra cash for the ice cream at The Daintree Ice Cream Co.
YES, we are travelling to the rainforest to have lunch in a very private secluded and remote world heritage listed private property, where the caterers will meet us on site to cook a super barbeque in the rainforest. It is too late to advise on arrival that you have allergies or are vegan/ vegetarian. Lunch consists of steak, fish, sausage, 3 different salads, Aussie damper followed by a tropical fruit platter. Please ensure you advise us on booking of any dietary requirements and /or if you prefer fish only or steak only so that we can advise our caterers accordingly.
The Daintree Rainforest is located in the Wet Tropics area of North Queensland. This is the oldest continuously living rainforest in the world and it needs the rain to survive. Our tours run, rain or shine. An umbrella is provided for each guest. Morning tea and lunch is enjoyed undercover. Should we strike adverse weather and with consideration to your safety the itinerary or type of vehicle used may change although this is a rare occurrence.
Only for the TOUR’B’ as it is weather dependant. As this is an off road tour travelling to remote areas, there are times that the creeks and rivers will rise very quickly overnight and at times we will need to cancel even on the morning of the tour.
Guests staying outside of the Port Douglas area, who have not advised a contact cell phone number also need to re confirm any tour at least 24 hours prior to departure as any adverse weather conditions may stop us from travelling.
Dates can be changed only if we receive 24 hours notice/ 48 hours notice for charters and only if we have availability on your next preferred date. If you are trying to plan your trip according to weather and wind conditions, these weather sites may be of assistance.