How many people do the Billy Tea Safaris tours cater for?
Our vehicles take 16 to 20 passengers only. We keep our numbers small to create a more personalised experience. Note that during busy periods we often have more than one vehicle touring in the Daintree, so you may see a couple of busses out and about!
TEMPORARY CHANGES: numbers have been reduced due to COVID-19. Passengers will be spread out to adhere to current COVID restrictions.
What do I need to bring with me?
Hat, sunscreen, camera with extra batteries & memory cards, water bottle, towel and swimming costume (if you plan to swim), insect repellent, extra cash for cold drinks, souvenirs or an ice-cream, raincoat in our rainy season or umbrella.
What do I wear?
As we are in a tropical environment, please wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes or sandals. In our winter months (July to August) you may wish to take a light coat/jacket. No thongs (flip flops) or high heels as there is uneven ground and you will be in the rainforest.
What is included in the Billy Tea Safaris tours?
Pick up and drop off (excludes Port Douglas for the Tablelands tour you will need to make your own way to pick up point and Port Douglas pick up on the Chillagoe Tour is at an additional cost)
Accredited driver-guide for the day
Travel in an air-conditions custom-built 4WD vehicle
All National Park fees included
Tropical exotic fruits*
*Due to COVID-19, there may be some changes to your itinerary. Itineraries are subject to change, modification and some destinations may not be reached at the discretion of the Billy Tea Safaris guide on the day due to weather conditions, road conditions, possible road closures, and the safety of all passengers.
Do you cater for dietary requirements?
All dietary requirements must be notified at the time of reservation, or at least 48 hours notice before travel. We cater for vegetarians and most other requirements within reason and providing they are of a medical nature.
Is WiFi available?
No, due to the remoteness of the area we can not provide WiFi in our vehicles. This may also mean limited mobile reception throughout the day as well.