Update to operations:
Daintree Rainforest bookings now available from 27 June 2020!
We are now working towards relaunching on 27 June 2020 in accordance with the government road map. We will only be operating our Daintree Rainforest Tour on Saturdays & Wednesdays at this stage.
The health and safety of our customers and employees is, and always has been our highest priority. Our new program brings together new and existing wellbeing measures. These include:
- Recording contact information: before travel, agents and/or passengers must provide passengers phone number, email and accommodation address. If we do not have this information prior to travel, passengers will be refused entry. These records are used only for the purposes of tracing COVID-19 and are stored securely.
- Paperless check-in: passengers will be picked up from their accommodation at the scheduled time.
- Cashless payments: all bookings must be paid in full prior to travel (including the $20 per person reef levy). Passengers will not be able to pay with cash at any stage throughout the tour.
- Social distancing: will be enforced onboard as well as at boarding and disembarking to minimise crowding. COVID-Safe restrictions for seating within vehicles have eased and therefore social distancing while seated inside our vehicles is not required.
- Changes to food service: staff-controlled catering and service to minimise touchpoints for crew and passengers. There will be no self-serve food option, so we have temporarily removed the tropical fruit platter and damper. Lunch will be held at the Cape Tribulation Beach House restaurant and each passenger will be served individually.
- Changes to the Daintree Rainforest Tour itinerary:
- Lunch has been moved to the Cape Tribulation Beach House restaurant so that each passenger is served individually rather than our usual BBQ in the rainforest
- Temporarily no tropical fruits platter or damper
- Daintree Ice-Cream Company is temporarily closed and therefore we will not be able to stop here
- Cashless - all payments are to made in full prior to travel. You will not be able to pay with cash at any stage throughout the tour.
- COVID-Safe restrictions for seating within vehicles have eased and therefore social distancing while seated inside our vehicles is not required.
- Sanitising stations: hand sanitising stations will be placed throughout the vessel and buses and at entry points. Sanitising wipes will be available for passengers to wipe down seat belts, trays and armrests themselves.
- Enhanced cleaning of equipment: with a focus on high contact areas, entrance points, signage, and changes to our food service.
- Masks provided: while these are not mandatory from a safety point of view, we will have these available for use if you wish. Customers can also bring their own mask if they would prefer.
- Staff training: all employees have completed the QTIC COVID Safe Training Program and will follow strict personal hygiene protocols including daily pre-screening.
- Symptoms: if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, you will be refused entry and advised to seek medical advice and to contact our reservations team or your agent to reschedule your activity.
To ensure you can book with confidence, we are introducing further flexibility. We want to reassure you that every member of our team is committed to looking after your wellbeing when you travel.
Customers can cancel their trip up to 18 hours prior to travel. In the event, that you need to cancel due to medical reasons (feeling unwell) or if the Government changes travel restrictions, you will be able to cancel within the 18-hour period. We have also waived rebooking fees for any booking alterations.
In the instance that your preferred date of travel is cancelled by us, we will rebook you on the next available date we are departing at no additional cost to you. For more information on booking changes and other options email or call our reservations team.