14-Day Cape York Safari
Billy Tea Bush Safaris
This 14 day, 13 night trip is rated moderate.
Departure is from your lodgiing, Cairns at 7:00 AM, return time 6:30 PM. Trips depart 6/27/2013, 7/2/2013, 7/15/2013, 7/19/2013, 8/1/2013, 8/6/2013, 8/19/2013, 8/24/2013, 9/6/2013, 9/12/2013, 9/30/2013 and 10/13/2013.
We are big fans of extended trips that take small groups into remote areas, and this trip does exactly that. If you have the time this 14-day safari allows you to see more of the Cape, and with three layover days the time to explore some of these areas more thoroughly.
Two of the layover days are spent at the tip of Cape York, allowing you time to both explore the many features of this unique area, and also to just relax and enjoy yourself. Taking the trip across to Thursday Island is highly recommended. The third layover day is spent at Twin Falls, an outstanding scenic location
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- camping gear
- all meals indicated on itinerary
- Nat. Park access fee
- sleeping gear
||All prices are in
|| 2 May 13 - 31 Mar 14
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|optional excusion fees
Suggested Items to bring on this trip:
backpack or soft bag for your gear
four changes of comfortable casual clothing
money for soft drinks and alcoholic beverages
sweater, or tracksuit for cooler nights (May-Sep.)
daypack for lunches, camera, etc.
Billy Tea Bush Safaris is one of the most experienced family-owned safari companies in the North. The company is owned and operated by the husband and wife team of Berrick and Marilyn Barnes, who have been at the helm of the company since founding it in 1981, and pride themselves in running top-notch trips, staffed by experienced and capable guides.
Using their small fleet of 7 and 13 passenger Toyota Land cruisers, and fully decked out supply trailers, the company operates one-day tours of the Cape Tribulation area, as well as 9 and 14-day safaris into Cape York. They are strong believers in sustainable ecotourism and back that up with a National ecotourism accreditation.