Dancui Rainforest is a large area of primitive rainforest in the western suburbs of Keynes. It has tall trees, hot and humid climate. There are sightseeing trails in the rainforest. Sometimes there are small animals in the rainforest shuttling back and forth. Walking on the sightseeing trail, they feel very comfortable. The spirit of bird talk and flower fragrance is very good.
We rented a car to start the trip, and the map provided by Keynesian Tourist Center helped us a lot. It's not difficult to drive a beautiful car through the Dancui rainforest. Tropical rainforests are spectacular, without artificial sculpture, they are the miracles of nature. There are many good small cafes along the road. We all like to try Masons.
Keynes Dantsui Rainforest is a beautiful country park, because Keynes is very warm all year round, here is the typical tropical rainforest climate. There are not only dense rainforests, but also abundant animal and plant resources. You can see many rare wildlife on foot. It's really interesting and worth visiting.
The Dancui Rainforest is very big. It takes a little short time to play and a long time on the bus. It's also interesting to find crocodiles in the Dancui River by boat. It feels like the link to Douglas Zoo can be omitted. The zoo is very small and can be seen in 20 minutes.
From Keynes to Douglas Harbour, along the Captain Cook Highway, you will pass through eight scenic and pleasant bays, including Palm Bay and Sansheng Bay. On one side of the Cook Highway are mountains covered with lush primitive tropical rainforests, and on the other side are the vast blue Pacific Ocean. The scenery is comparable to Melbourne's "Most Beautiful Ocean Road". You should be prepared to watch by lying on the window in advance.
We crossed the Daintree River to the hinterland of the Dancui Tropical Rainforest Park. There are various cabins in the forest for visitors to live in. Our lunch is also settled here. On the one hand, people are resting on the Internet, on the other hand, swimming pool, and on the other side, we have a big meal. Why is it a big meal, because it's too big and tasty. I didn't eat Beggo before dinner because I wrote Chinese postcards for my fellow Swiss lad (who spent three months in Beijing). My local fish, my husband's chicken, and the fruit after dinner are very delicious.
If you have time, forget Kuranda. Compared with the Dancui Rainforest, the former is only a park. The real primitive and rich landscape and experience can only be experienced in the Dancui Rainforest. Dancui Rainforest is known as the oldest forest in the world. It is adjacent to another miracle "Great Barrier Reef". There are many mountains, waterfalls, streams and pastures in the forest, so the richness of the landscape is not comparable to that of other rainforests. From the point of view of biological richness, the Dancui Rainforest has preserved more complete biodiversity because of its wider scope and farther distance from human activities. There are also many activities to organize animal and plant cruises, which are worth visiting. In addition, the Dancui Rainforest is a favorite outdoor activity place for Australian locals and European and American tourists, so there are also plenty of activities to play.
The trees are tall and luxuriant. There are some small mosquitoes. The birds are beautiful. There are small animals who are not afraid of people.