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Small Group
12 Day Cape York & Beyond

From PP Twin Share

$5,999
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$10,307 PP
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12 Day Cape York & Beyond

✓ Small group tour, up to 25 guests only 
✓ Incredible sightseeing, visit the Daintree, Cape Tribulation, drive the incredible Bloomfield Track, see UNESCO Aboriginal rock art, swim Fruit Bat Falls and stand on the north point of Cape York
11 nights’ accommodation in hotels and lodges including the spectacular 4 star Palm Cove beach break
Daily breakfast, 5 Lunches, 6 dinners
Fully escorted by professional tour leader day 2 - 8
Dedicated, comfortable air-conditioned 4WD transportation
Flight from Cairns to Horn Island (or visa versa)
In depth sightseeing throughout

12 Day Cape York & Beyond

✓ Small group tour, up to 25 guests only 
✓ Incredible sightseeing, visit the Daintree, Cape Tribulation, drive the incredible Bloomfield Track, see UNESCO Aboriginal rock art, swim Fruit Bat Falls and stand on the north point of Cape York
11 nights’ accommodation in hotels and lodges including the spectacular 4 star Palm Cove beach break
Daily breakfast, 5 Lunches, 6 dinners
Fully escorted by professional tour leader day 2 - 8
Dedicated, comfortable air-conditioned 4WD transportation
Flight from Cairns to Horn Island (or visa versa)
In depth sightseeing throughout

From PP Twin Share

$5,999
SOLO
$10,307 PP
Product Awards Accredited Travel Agent
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  • Covid Safety and Wellbeing
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