Greater Wilderness

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Greater Wilderness

Greater Wilderness Experience provides discerning travellers with deeper and more successful access into the centrepiece of the world’s oldest surviving rainforest, revealing tremendous insight into a remarkable landscape.

Spectacular old-growth rainforest is presented through the accumulated knowledge of the inhabitant guide.  The memory of the attentive participant is enriched with greater wilderness.  This intensive guided tour, through the awe-inspiring grandeur of majestic, World Heritage rainforest, presents the complexities of an ancient ecosystem, with the ongoing refinement in knowledge that only the greater part of a lifetime’s inhabitancy allows.  

The compulsory inscription of this strategically significant portion of World Heritage rainforest, included human inhabitants.  For the past twenty-six-years, this human occupancy has applied a dedicated scrutiny to the rainforest, accumulating a depth of knowledge that is shared with participants during this in-depth immersion.  

The deeply-inscribed imprint of original human inhabitants is revealed in a landscape devoid of rock-art.  Inscription within the living tissue of long-living trees, the deployment of tools onto the living cultural landscape, where their utility is founded and an even greater depth of inscription into the DNA of the living landscape as human artefacts, all pay tribute to the ecological excellence of indigenous culture; a testament that reverberates within the conspicuousness of its absence.

Participants are consistently astounded by the depth of knowledge and the strength of the ‘Greater Wilderness’ impact.

Times: 8.30 am or 1.00 pm; Duration: 4 hours (6.5 km), Minimum 2 pax.

Cost: $100/Adult, $85/Children (U/14 years)

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PLEASE NOTE:  Cancellation Policy requires 48-hours notice for full reimbursement; otherwise payment is forfeited.

By | 2017-09-18T14:12:56+00:00 February 2nd, 2015|Tours|1 Comment

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  1. Phil Hoover December 12, 2017 at 12:32 pm

    My wife and i are bringing our 12 year old Grandson to Australia for a 2 week trip. We would like to visit Daintree on Sat Jan 6 as possible. I am interested in the Greater Wilderness walk which i understand is 4 hours. I am 65 but in good shape and actually do work in rainforest areas of Indonesia. My wife, who is 60 is not as good condition, certainly capable of walking a long way but not so much if climbing or substantial elevations differences are involved. Can you advise me of the rigor needed for this experience? Also of availability.
    Phil Hoover (USA)

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