Best of Cairns

Cairns is an alluring city in the North Australia. It is not just famous for its Great Barirer Reef but also for other beautiful escapes such as Daintree Rainforest, Kuranda Scenic Railway, Crocodile adventure or Aboriginal Centre. 

Walking along Esplanade at night is incredibly romantic and serene. 

Let’s explore with me.

Great Barrier Reef

Just from flying over Cairns will take you into a fairy tale.!

You will observe a lot of small islands from the plane which looks like smaragds, like small colourful stones that are standing out of the azure ocean.

I still, remember seeing this for the first time how incredible it was! 

How can you explore the Great Barrier Reef from detail? 


Photo by Tour Radar

snorkelling tour

Spectacular Daintree Rainforest

Take a tour in Daintree Rainforest or visit the Crocodile farm!

Hartley's lagoon – Crocodile Farm

Have you ever seen a crocodile in a wild nature? If your answer is no then you must see the Hartley’s lagoon! 

Imagine being on the boat in a river and wait for crocodiles to appear in the river, seeing them lying on the shore or if you are lucky you might see them jump out of the water! 

The cruise tour is conducted by experienced guide who will tell you some interesting facts about crocodiles and take you to places where the crocodiles naturally swim in their environment. 

If you are hungry, how about to try a crocodile pie? 

Esplanade Boardwalk

Check the city life, walk along the esplanade,  enjoy the ocean breeze and have a fancy dinner or go to a classy bar.

Kuranda Village, Kuranda Scenic Railway

Kuranda Village is a centre of Aboriginal Art with markets around. 

Check the beautiful design, buy some traditional aboriginal souvenirs and then head to the rainforest with Kuranda Scenic Railway. 

The ride takes approximately 90 minutes. 

Palm Cove

A romantic sandy beach surrounded by tropical palms.

Port Douglas

Explore Great Barrier reef and check Port Douglas, check this package tour.

What else to do?

sailing in Cairns

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