Cooper Creek Wilderness Daintree Rainforest Tours
Cooper Creek Wilderness Daintree Rainforest tours provide guided, interpreted tours that successfully connect discerning travellers with the hidden treasures of an ancient ecosystem.
Participants obtain ethical access to the most significant portion of the world’s oldest rainforest, in the Daintree Cape Tribulation section of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
Treks are on the rainforest floor, unspoiled by artificial structures. Inhabitant guides traverse discrete trails through a complex rainforest environment that occupies the centrepiece of the last remnant of the oldest-surviving rainforest in the world. A Gondwanan rainforest relict has survived more than 180-million years and ancient plants like the ‘green dinosaur’ remain as living proof of its perseverance across aeons. Containing the most extensive remnant populations of primitive angiosperms (flowering plant families) in the world, Daintree Rainforest is ideally positioned to showcase World Heritage values to visitors from around the world, through a variety of unique experiences.
It takes determination and discernment to gain entry into these primitive sections of Daintree Rainforest. Cooper Creek Wilderness operates a genuine ecotourism, way above the advanced threshold of international accreditation schemes.
Travellers to Daintree Rainforest have the capacity to support the achievement of long-term sustainability through conscientious conformity to the stated definition of ecotourism. Indeed, a truly sustainable partnership will allow for the achievement of the Daintree Rainforest community’s enormous potential, to provide a beacon of integrated conservation management for other communities living within rainforest environments throughout the world. Beyond the benefits of achieving ethical access to the Daintree Rainforest, participants become the driving force towards a more sustainable future. Such determination can make all the difference in the world.
PLEASE NOTE: Cancellation Policy requires 48-hours notice for full reimbursement; otherwise payment is forfeited.