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| From $ 135Rainbow Serpent Rock Art Tour ex Cooktown
Expires 31 Mar 2018
Duration: 5 Hours
| $ 75Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat Tours - Self Drive
Special Expires 31 Mar 2018
Cooya Beach is a unique coastal place which has three diverse ecosystems - beach, mangrove and coastal reef - that are connected to each other by the ever-changing mudflats and tidal lagoons.
Along the way your guide will highlight some of the coastal and mangrove plants which have long been used for medicinal purposes and food by the Kuku Yalanji people.
At the end of the tour feast on your catch of the day with freshly home made damper and a refreshing drink.
Tour times are 9.30am and 1.30pm - tour subject to tides.
We will notify you by email which is the best time and send you a map/directions to Cooya Beach.
Remember to bring hat, sunscreen, insect repellant, water - wear light clothing - shorts, t shirt
| From $ 25Walker Family Tours
Expires 31 Mar 2018
Duration: 30 Min... More
Duration: 30 Minutes (approx.)
About Bama Way Aboriginal Tours
Bama Way Aboriginal Journeys
See Tropical North Queensland through the eyes of the opeople who have been its custodians for thousands of years......
The word 'Bama' (pronounced Bumma) is widely used throughout Far North Queensland to mean an Aboriginal person, but in both Kuku Yalanji and Guugu Yimithirr tribes, the word simply means 'person' regardless of nationality or race.
You will journey along story-lines through coastal mangroves, pristine rainforest of the World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park and hilltop Savannah where you will spend time with the traditional custodians of the land who know its resources, its stories and its sacred places. Become part of the story of the Bama Way.
The Bama Way Aboriginal Journeys is an innovative partnership which brings together three highly acclaimed Aboriginal owned and operated tours with Aboriginal tour specialist Adventure North Australia.
Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat Tours - Cooya Beach
SELF DRIVE OPTION
Just a 15 minute drive north of Port Douglas is beautiful Cooya Beach, traditional fishing grounds of the Kuku Yalanji people and home to Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat Tours
On this 2 hour tour your Kuku Yalanji guide will introduce you to the traditional fishing and gathering techniques including spear throwing and handling as it is still practised today. With spear in hand, join yur guide for an informative walk along the white sandy beach and pristine waters of Cooya Beach through coastal mudlfats and mangrove habitat teeming with aquatic life, in search of mud-crabs, mussels and small fish
Along the way your guide will highlight some of the coastal and mangrove plants which have long been used for medicianal purposes and food by the Kuku Yalanji. At the end of the tour taste your catch of the day, freshly home made damper a refreshing drink.
Tours depart Daily Monday to Sunday
Times: 9.30am or 1.30pm (subject to tides)
Cost $75.00 per adult $45.00 per child (4-14yrs)
Medium to high level of fitness required
Be sun safe bring a hat, sunscreen, drinking water and dont forget the insect repellent.
Wear comfortable cloth for walking through mudflats and mangroves.
Full Day Tour Option - Daintree Dreaming Day Tour with Adventure North Australia
For those who don't have a car and want to have a fun, exclusive day tour including Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat Tours, Adventure North Australia offer a real Aboriginal cualtural experince combined with the pristine natural beauty of the World Heritage Listed Daintree National Park (Mossman Gorge)
A spectacular cultural journey taking you from coast to rainforest experiencing natural beauty and ancient culture of the Kuku Yalanji people.
Return hotel transfers
2 hour coastal and mangrove cultural walk with Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat Tours (as above)
Welcome to country smoking ceremony at Mossman Gorge
Guided interpretive tour through one of the worlds oldest living rainforest
Swimming opportunity in the pristine waters of Mossman Gorge
Tour departs Cairns, Northern Beaches and Port Douglas each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Adult $230.00 Child 4-14 yrs $200.00 Family 2 ad + 2 ch $839.00
Walker Family Tours - Wujal Wujal
The Walker family are members of the Kuku Yalanji people who have lived in this area for tens of thousands of years. Their traditional lands are part of the beautiful World Heritage rainforest area and encompass the Bloomfield Falls after which Wujal Wujal is named. They will take you on a walk with a difference, giving you the opportunity see this country through the eyes of it's traditional custodians.
Bloomfield Falls Tours- The Walkers share some of their knowledge about this special place and explain why the Falls are of geat cultural significance to the Yalanji people. You'll also receive a fascinating insight into the many different uses of the rainforest plants for food, medicine and ceremonial purposes.
A short walk is included on uneven ground
30 minute tours depart Daily Departure times are flexible
Cost $25.00 per adult $10.00 per child (4-14yrs)
1, 2 and 3 day Tour options from Cairns and Port Douglas on the Bama Way
Adventure North Australia is one of North Queensland's leading Aboriginal Tour Specialist.
Choose from 1, 2 and 3 day tours from Cairns and Port Douglas
1 Day Daintree Dreaming Day Tour - featuring Kuku Yalanji Cultural Habitat Tours
2 Day Daintree Dreaming and Cape Tribulation
News By Bama Way Aboriginal Tours
Guurrbi Tours commences April 2015
By Bama Way Aboriginal Tours
08 Apr 2015Nugal-warra Elder Willie Gordon of Guurrbi Tours has commenced his award winning Ranbow Serpent Rock Art Tour from Cooktown for the 2015 season.
Listed as one of Australia's Ultimate Must Do Experiences.
Tours operate Monday to Friday, April through to November 2015
Ex Cooktown with transfers or self drive options available.
Will gives you an amazing insight into Aboriginal society and will have you thinking about your own relationship with the land and how the lores of his people can apply to us all.
Bama Way Aboriginal Tours Reviews
Chris de Sousa
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Hours: 0700am - 8.00pm
36 Aplin St