Daintree Forest

One of the oldests coastline rainforests of the world in Australia
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“I walk amongst the most beautiful trees I’ve ever seen. Roots dramatically make their way in this stunning Daintree forest and deliver me the most perfect in-awe-moments.”

The Daintree forest is a tropical rainforest along the northern eastcoast of Queensland in Australia. With her 1200 sqaure meters, Daintree is he largest continuous area of tropical rainforest on the Australian continent. Along the coastline the tropical rainforest grows right down to the edge of the sea, so you have literally best of both worlds. After a trekking in this mystical forest you’ll end up with your toes in the sand relaxing on the beach.

Only go this far north in Australia when you’re not afraid of big spiders and snakes because you most likely will see one. Or two. Adventure calls!

Sandra
Sandra her favourite things are hitchhiking and roadtrips. After living for two years in Australia she is now living in New Zealand, telling stories on Where Will She Go. With a mind that never stands still and a heart that is always overflowing she enjoys moments of serenity while traveling. Meditation retreats, yoga courses or spending nights in the quiet desert are no stranger to her. For the Boho Guide she will share all her favourite spots that makes her heart beat faster and her eyes sparkle.
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