The Daintree Rainforest promises some of the most beautiful natural scenery in Australia. Set on the coast, it rolls out in a flurry of lush greenery and amazing wildlife.
At the heart of it all, there’s PK’s Jungle Village, the only budget resort accommodation located at Cape Tribulation – the point where the Daintree Rainforest meets the ocean.
The site itself can be found 150kms north of Cairns and 90kms from Port Douglas, and it gives guests the chance to really get to know the rainforest and everything it has on offer.
Surrounded completely by the ancient trees and plants of the rainforest, PK’s provides plenty of walking routes and fun and games to be had in such a beautiful setting.
Facilities at PK’s Jungle Village
When the Australian sun shows its head, you can cool off in the jungle pool, which boasts a well-stocked bar and a relaxing backdrop which you can chill out against.
The Jungle Bar
As night draws in, you can head to The Jungle Bar, which hosts plenty of themed nights throughout the year. Here, you can knock back a few drinks with new friends, or simply while away the evening with a beer in the heart of the jungle.
The Jungle Restaurant
If you’re feeling peckish, PK’s has you covered. The on-site restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so you can tuck into some Australian favourites as well as a few international treats.
What to Do Around PK’s Jungle Village
Though PK’s has plenty of facilities for you to enjoy, there is still so much to be discovered out and about around the Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation.
Cape Tribulation Horse Rides
Explore the coast from a different perspective on a horse ride, where you’ll trek between centuries-old trees to the incredible Myall beach where you can feel the wind in your hair as you canter along the soft sand.
Cape Tribulation borders the Great Barrier Reef, one of Australia’s best-loved attractions. This means there is plenty of opportunity to go diving or snorkelling off the coast, where you can get up close and personal with the incredible array of marine wildlife.
For something a bit more laidback, you can hit the waves on a kayak and work your way around the coastline. As you go, you can soak up the spectacular views of the rainforest, explore hidden mangrove forests, and spot native animal species, like sea turtles and dugongs.