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Argocat Tours

Daintree, Australia
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Karla W wrote a review Oct 2014
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia4 contributions8 helpful votes
The 'Argocat' 8 wheeler was very impressive and capable of going anywhere, even through water. Pete the guide was very informative, providing lots of local knowledge and an insight into local bush tucker. He pointed out local flora and fauna and showed us a tree estimated to be 1500 years old! The views were spectacular, with breathtaking vista of the Daintree valley. Fun activity for all ages.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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Kathy A wrote a review Jun 2013
Chicago, Illinois2 contributions1 helpful vote
We were not sure what to expect when we signed up to do the argocat tour, but we could not have been more pleased! The farmer and his wife were so nice, very knowledgeable about the area and patient (we had two small children with us!) The tour was a wonderful adventure through the hills and grasslands of the area. The views were absolutely stunning! We took some of my favorite pictures from our trip there. The tour lasted about an hour, just the right amount of time in my opinion. I highly recommend this if you are looking to see the area and do something a little off the beaten path!
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Date of experience: February 2013
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commontouch wrote a review Dec 2011
Norwich, United Kingdom35 contributions24 helpful votes
This is an experience not to miss in Daintree. There were just the two of us - i think there would never be more than four. And we spent more than an hour driving over old logging trails, themselves originally aboriginal tracks, through the grassland to the top of the hills where you could see for miles. Not a gentle ride but personal attention and information from the farmer (Pete?) who now farms the area. A must do.
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Date of experience: December 2011
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