Cape Tribulation and other areas of Daintree National Park offer beautiful tropical waters, offshore reefs and islands, dramatic headlands and sandy beaches. The coast is dominated by tall mountain ranges and rivers that tumble into the sea. At high tide, the water laps the tree trunks and surges through a maze of mangroves. This is where the rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef. Kayakers can take short paddles around Cape Tribulation or paddle around Noah Beach while staying at the nearby campground. From Cape Kimberley it’s a 2-kilometre paddle to Snapper Island, which has its own camping area on the island. Or for a multi-day trip, leave from Cape Tribulation and head north for a week’s worth of remote paddling all the way to Cooktown.
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