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11 Day Cape York By Air & Fitzroy Island

11 Day Cape York By Air & Fitzroy Island
11 Day Cape York By Air & Fitzroy Island
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$4,081 USD
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✓ Incredible sightseeing! Uncover the wonders of the Daintree Forest and Cape Tribulation, traverse the 4WD-only Bloomfield Track & Telegraph Track, enjoy lunch at the infamous Lions Den Hotel, visit Grassy Hill for endless views of Cooktown, the Coral Sea and Endeavour River, take a selfie at the northernmost point of Australia and take a dip at the inviting waters of Fruit Bat Falls, spend 4 nights relaxing in tropical paradise on Fitzroy Island
✓ 3 nights at a 4-star property in Cairns
✓ 3 nights in comfortable ensuite accommodation in Cape York
✓ 4 nights at the 4-star Fitzroy Island Resort, steps away from the palm-fringed beach
✓ Return flights from Cairns to Bamaga
✓ Breakfast daily, 3 lunches & 3 dinners
✓ Return passenger ferry from Cairns to Fitzroy Island
✓ In-depth sightseeing and entry fees, as per itinerary
✓ 7-day cooling-off period. See under Fine Print for more information

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