First day wen to the reef, weather was horrible on shore, but by the time we got to the reef the weather was fine, even got a little sunburn. The crew were great and took care of everyone, Reef was really good. Second day went to the rain forest and tribulation point, once again horrible weather, rain, rain, rain, but we got to see everything on the itinerary. Driver was really good, made sure we stayed as dry as we could. on the way back the river had come up over the road and was impassable. our drive got hold of the company owner and we had to leave the van, but were able to get to the other side by walking on the railroad tracks and the owner had arranged for another van to take us back to the city. The driver and the company owner went above and beyond to make sure that we got back to the city. Third day took the train to Karanda and the cable car back. Both ways the trip was great, and you had plenty of time to sightsee and get some lunch before heading back
We took a three day tour with Viator and thought their tours were much better than the tours we took with Princess Cruise Line on a 12 day cruise of New Zealand just prior to our tours with Viator. The tour guides were friendly, engaging, and knowledgable. Tours often included meals, which we found were quite expensive in Australia. My first taste of kangaroo was with a Viator tour, and the food we had with each tour was excellent. Kuranda was fascinating and my wife and I were able to get our pictures taken with a Koala, one of the highlights of our trip. Our Great Barrier Reef tour included breakfast and lunch, and free wine. The crew on our boat were excellent, helpful, and wanted to make sure each customer accomplished whatever they wanted to do on the trip. I highly recommend Viator and the tours that they offer.
FANTASTIC!!!!! Couldn't have been happier with the 3 trips or the quality of guides/drivers. Would certainly use VIATOR without hesitation next time we travel!! Thanks so much, these 3 trips were the highlight of our holiday. Lynne and Chris, NZ
Selon moi Daintree Rainforest n'a pas grand intérêt sans le super guide que nous avions, à savoir John, et la rapide croisière en quête de crocodile, peu fructueuse malheureusement. L'expérience sur la grande barrière était pas mal malgré un temps maussade et de forts courants qui ont rendu le voyage en bateau difficile mal de mer. L'équipage était adorable !
Enfin, Kuranda, vaut vraiment le déplacement si vous voulez une photo avec un Koala ou nourrir des kangourous et des oiseaux, dommage qu'il faille tout faire au pas de course, car peu de temps sur place. Mais je recommande.