Cool Cairns on Private Tour Is More Than the Great Barrier Reef!
Cool Cairns on private tour is more that the Great Barrier Reef!, many locals feel the city has lost its way a little and is now primarily used as the gateway to the GBR, but on a Cairns guided tour, you will see there is a lot to see and a lot more to do.
The city centre is more shorts than suits, and you'll find yourself throwing away all notions of schedules and speed touring. Thanks to the friendly hospitality of the locals a quick drink or a short stroll into an impromptu social event.
Fittingly, Cairns is awash with clubs, bars, cafes and eateries suiting all budgets. While there's no beach in town, the beautiful Esplanade Lagoon sightseeing tour is or head to the northern beaches.
The Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park exhibits show indigenous Aboriginal, and Torres Strait Islander people's culture with guided bush walks, music, dance didgeridoo shows
The Cairns Esplanade area is lined with bars and restaurants but also has a saltwater swimming lagoon so take a dip. To the Northwest is Daintree National Park that spans mountainous rainforest, gorges and magnificent beaches.
On a Guided Private Tour Visit the Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns Sightseeing Tours Are Cool
The Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Larger than the Great Wall of China the GBR is the only living entity visible from space.
On your great barrier reef escorted private tour, you will see how our world has been given an amazing gift and if you visit this part of the world make time see it.
With over 3000 individual reef systems, the spectacular coral and some of the most picture perfect beaches in the world you can scuba dive, snorkel or see this amazing place from the air on a guided tour.
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Travel Tips for Cairns
Peak Season in Cairns is in December and January where the weather is tolerable for sightseeing. From September through to November it is usually dry, so keep that in mind before you book your Private Tours as it is likely that you will get a better deal depending on your travel dates. Because these periods in the year are usually very busy with holiday seasons, it is always better to pre-book everything even if you travel in the off-peak season.
You need to budget approximately $150 per day for both accommodation and food, remember your tours will be extra. Dormitory beds range from $25–40, and you can get food on the go for $15–20. Public transport is reliable here so if you can get a travel card do as you can explore the city at your ease . As with many other holiday destinations you get what you pay for so if your budget is tight stick to it.
Visitors to Australia who do not require a visa in advance of arriving are Australian and New Zealanders everyone else needs a visa. The security in and out of Australia is very strict so please note fill in all the documentation correctly and be HONEST as the smallest thing can stop you entry into the country. Be aware of your surroundings constantly, drifting off or loosing your guide could be disastrous in the GBR.
Sydney experience's a temperate climate with very mild winters. It has approximately 100 blue skies sunny day per year. The average temperatures from June to August is around 9 degrees while maybe not perfect for lying in the sun it is tolerable for sightseeing. The summer season, however, boasts hot hot hot conditions with temperatures reaching into the 70's so bring your sunscreen and lots of it.