Secluded on their own 21 acres of rainforest, get up close and personal with the jungle. Cow Bay Beach is close, only 3km away.
Experience the wonders of this ancient world and reconnect with nature in the raw. Stay in one of their Safari Huts right under the jungle canopy, the sights, sounds, and smells of the Daintree Rainforest.
Just the basics with the rainforest right at your doorstep – no air conditioners or manicured lawns. Guests are encouraged to chat with each other and perhaps play board games for some old-school fun rather than modern device entertainment.
Power is run morning and evening, between 7am and 10.30am, and again between 5pm and 10.30pm. There are power points in the common area for charging during those times.
The safari huts are the basics to stay in the jungle. A bed with mozzie nets, a bench and hooks for your belongings, and not much else. Private or shared verandas have chairs to admire the rainforest views from. It is to experience the Daintree rainforest without the modern distractions.
On-site jungle walk, guided night walk, jungle archery, swimming pool, self-catering kitchen, laundry, cafe, and bar.
Hire bicycles and ride to Cow Bay Beach or walk through the rainforest. There is a bicycle path most of the way beside the road.
The bungalow cabins cater for up to 8 people, starting from double or twin bed bungalows. Technically, all of them can have up to 8 people as long as they know you have more persons and they have the beds to place in them.
Pricing and bookings can be seen for Crocodylus Village at Booking.com.
To Get There
From the Daintree Discovery Centre, head back to Cape Tribulation Rd and turn right. Follow Cape Tribulation Rd for 1.4km and turn right into Buchanan Creek Rd at the brown sign for Crocodylus Village. Follow Buchanan Creek Rd for about 1.6km and the entrance to Crocodylus Village is on the left.
From the Daintree Ferry, head north from the river on Tribulation Rd for 10.8km and turn right into Buchanan Creek Rd at the brown sign for Crocodylus Village. Follow Buchanan Creek Rd for about 1.6km and the entrance to Crocodylus Village is on the left.