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* '''Ocean Safari''' runs amazing half-day snorkeling tours from Cape Tribulation to the Great Barrier Reef. They are located on the main road near Myall Beach and the Mangrove Boardwalk. In addition to the completely untouched fish and coral, you can see tons of giant clams (bigger than anything in Palau) and are almost guaranteed to spot a sea turtle or two!
 
* '''Ocean Safari''' runs amazing half-day snorkeling tours from Cape Tribulation to the Great Barrier Reef. They are located on the main road near Myall Beach and the Mangrove Boardwalk. In addition to the completely untouched fish and coral, you can see tons of giant clams (bigger than anything in Palau) and are almost guaranteed to spot a sea turtle or two!
  
* Try to visit the '''beaches''' while the tide is coming in, as the water is crystal clear then. '''Cape Tribulation Beach''' (just past the paved road) is particularly beautiful, with powdery white sand.
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* Try to visit the '''beaches''' while the tide is coming in, as the water is crystal clear then. Cape Tribulation Beach (just past the paved road) is particularly beautiful, with powdery white sand.
  
 
* With luck, you may spot '''cassowaries''' in their natural rainforest habitat. Tourist attractions such as the '''Daintree Discovery Centre''' keep a track of sightings; however, you are arguably just as likely to spot one walking along the side of the road.
 
* With luck, you may spot '''cassowaries''' in their natural rainforest habitat. Tourist attractions such as the '''Daintree Discovery Centre''' keep a track of sightings; however, you are arguably just as likely to spot one walking along the side of the road.

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