I have just come back from the Cape

I have just come back from the Cape

by Heather

Hi Katrin,

I have just come back from the Cape. I had a wonderful 9 days being shown around by our tour guide, Paul Curtis from North Queensland Wildscapes Phototours, Paul is an awesome guide, he is very knowledgeable regarding the surrounding areas, plants, trees, falls etc, and is a photographer into the bargain.

We had a fantastic trip. The roads sure were corrugated, but that was to be expected with all the cars on it.

My highlights were Elliot Falls, Thursday Island, the ferry ride over to the Island, my helicopter flight over the Tip of the Cape, from Punsand Bay, Fruit Bat Falls, Camping at Archer River, and Elliot Falls as the allotted camp areas were very generous so you didn't have another camper right beside you.

The toilet facilities were clean and well looked after, but surely they could have a solar light in them for during the night?

I would recommend Paul for all tours, he has reasonable rates, and is a very capable person.

Cheers Heather.

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