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Do you want to go to a place where the wind always blows, the waters are warm and clear and the beach is your own? Australian Kite Surfari will take you there! This exclusive location is on traditional Aboriginal grounds, north of Cooktown. No one else can take you up from Cairns and Port Douglas through the Daintree Rainforest, over the Bloomfield River and into the golden sands and clear flat lagoons of this secret kitesurfing location. Driving in at low tide, you will be left in splendid isolation at high tide - owning the beach, the waves and the wind.
Australian Kite Surfari has been running these tours for over five years. During this time, Ant has fine-tuned his camp into a permanent facility on the beach, with comfortable cabin accommodation and all the bells and whistles you need to enjoy a premium kite surfing holiday. He has thought of everything including: eskies, fridge, cook pots, fishing rods, sand surfing boards, furnished cabins and toilet facilities.
Be picked up from your accommodation early in the morning
Take the Captain Cook Highway to the Daintree River: watch the sun rise over the Coral Sea
Drive through historic Cooktown and keep heading north
Arrive at the Australian Kite Surfari beach
Hit the water.
Australian Kite Surfari takes you from Cairns and Port Douglas through the World Heritage listed Wet Tropics Rainforests, Daintree National Park, over the Bloomfield River and on to the golden sands and clear blue waters of its secret kitesurfing location. Enjoy one of north-east Queenslands most picturesque coastal drives (between Cairns and Port Douglas) you will drive through the worlds oldest continually surviving tropical rainforests. You will see ancient trees, lush tree ferns and climbing wait-a-while palms. If you watch closely, you might see the giant Southern Cassowary, which is Australias heaviest, flightless bird. An endangered species, the Southern Cassowary is often seen around the Daintree. Other native animals you may encounter during your Australian Kite Surfari include: kangaroos, dingos, lizards, butterflies and many hundreds of species of birds - coastal and rainforest.
Want to do something other than kite surf? There is always: fishing, crabbing, sand surfing, or just enjoying the views and scenery of this magnificent and remote location. You may even meet one of the traditional owners for a cultural experience.