Cairns Day Tour

Cairns Day Tour

Cairns Day Tour
The main draw card for Cairns is its International Airport giving easy accessibility to the beautiful Great Barrier Reef followed closely by the Ancient Rain Forrest (mostly in the form of a Cairns Day Tour) but there are so many tour options, it must be difficult to decide what to do in Cairns. Many don’t realise that Tour Desks aren’t government sponsored but receive substantial commissions from the tour operators they represent which directly influence their recommendations. Some crafty visitors seek direct communication with the tour operators knowing they will probably get a better deal. You may ask: “What is the best way to do this and how can the reputable operators be distinguished?” I wish all questions were so easy to answer – Its Trip Advisor where individuals comment about their travel experiences. Trip Advisor is so easy to use with enough sub categories to allow for an informed choice as well as offering advice that could further assist your search.
Far North Queensland is one of the most beautiful places in Australia with more diversity than many realise such as Chillagoe and the Atherton Tablelands . Outback tours usually include some rain forest and rich agricultural land which means more content in less time. People in the remote regions west of Cairns are friendly but not so tourist orientated resulting in a genuine taste of the true Ozzy in places few tourists get to visit – it would be such a shame if visitors didn’t see the maximum on offer during their stay. If the rainforest is still a priority, check this out.

To learn more, have a look at the Perentie Tours home page

About Gary Bondeson

Gary has been directly involved in tourism in Far North Queensland since the 1990’s. His passion for the area was inspired by the rich history and many points of interest concentrated in the region and felt a strong desire to share this with others. Gary is heavily involved with tourism development and even co-hosted an episode of the popular travel show 'The Great Outdoors’ with Tom Williams showing the limestone caves of Chillagoe located 200kms west of Cairns. After being away for 5 years, Gary has now returned to the area that he holds so dear to his heart to share his knowledge and experience with those who wish to have a Fair Dinkum Ozzy experience.

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