Cairns rainforest tours take you into the heart of the World Heritage listed rainforest, for an amazing natural experience. Did you know the Wet Tropics Rainforest of Queensland covers 450km of coastline, from Paluma (near Townsville) in the south, to Cooktown in the north. It’s comprised of many different national parks, including but not limited to Wooroonooran, Barron Gorge and Daintree. Cairns rainforest tours can take you to one of these parks, or to a range of them. What do they each offer?
Cairns southern rainforest tours visit Wooroonooran National Park and might include stops at Mamu Canopy Walkway, the Babinda Boulders and Josephine Falls. Cairns city rainforest tours take in the Barron Gorge National Park and might include Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, the Barron Falls, Kuranda Scenic Railway and Lake Placid. Cairns northern rainforest tours head up past Port Douglas and may include Mossman Gorge, the Daintree River and Rainforest and Cape Tribulation, where the reef meets the rainforest. Each of these locations offer a variety of rainforest tourism experiences. Talk to Tropical Class Tours today about booking a Cairns rainforest tour, to suit your interests, budget and itinerary.
Tropical Class Tours offer personalized guided tours for small groups, with transport in private vehicles. Our guides speak English and are fluent in Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese). The rainforest tours available in Cairns include, but are not limited to, cable cars and scenic trains, guided walks, jungle surfing, rainforest rivers, gorges, streams and lakes.