Situated on Australia's eastern coast is one of the most beautiful places in Australia. Here the pacific ocean laps at this spectacular coastline and national parks protect coastal and hinterland forests. Daintree Rainforest is unspoiled by artificial structures and other impediments that are typical of mainstream visitor-management. This triumph of natural wonder and awe-inspiring beauty reveals hidden riches and inspirational insights. High quality guided interpreted walking tours showcase unique biological diversity and exceptional rainforest integrity. There is no better way to successfully engage with such elusive complexity and intricacy than through the guiding expertise of long-term human inhabitants. This vitally important extra dimension, which all but half-a-percent of visitors that cross the Daintree River ferry fail to engage, draws from the rainforest, its human voice and the intellectual property of generations of attentive inhabitants. The 95 km (60 mile) Daintree region starts at Mossman Gorge, an hour's drive north of Cairns, continues past Daintree Village, across the Daintree River, through the rainforest of Daintree National Park to Cape Tribulation and along the Bloomfield Track towards Cooktown. The Daintree Rainforest is believed to be one of the three oldest in the world with unique plants and animals found nowhere else, a Paradise for bird-watchers and nature-lovers.