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Steve, Sally, Darlene and all the others working at Crocodylus were amazing hosts. From the moment we got there until the moment we left, our stay in the Crocodylus Village was an exciting and unique adventure. We highly recommend the night tour with Steve and...More
I stayed here in the 90s and in 2001 when I lived in Australia. I just went back in December, and it was as lovely as I remembered it though it is now under new management--who are doing a great job. This is for the...More
Great stay. it's definitely in the Daintree. I had a cabin to myself which was nice as I like the quiet. It was roomy and comfortable. The fans keep it cool. Sally and Steve are great hosts. Very friendly and accommodating. Sally makes great food...More
A must stay if adventuring into the Daintree Rainforest.
Crocodylus Daintree Village!!
What a wonderful place to retreat, surrounded by the Rainforest Jungle, fascinating creatures and constant wildlife sounds. Still bring your repellant for those few but tiny little biters 😉
Very friendly hosts, Sally,...More
We stayed here just before Xmas for 2 nights - family of 4 (2 kids who are 14 & 11). Couldn't recommend it enough! We did the evening walk and it was fab - learnt so much and even captured quite a bit on video...More
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Wow, James u really seem to have an issue with poor Crocs. As a local i'd like to put a few questions out there;
1 did you actually get to know any of the "local" barflys?... a couple-of-em are 2 & 3 term vets, a Professor, local primary school teachers, B&B owners & local residents.... sorry no bikies or drug-dealers there
2. are u aware that there are NO diary farms in the Daintree, the closest one is over 50Km away in the tablelands?
3. did u take a walk to the north, east and west of Crocs which consists of over 10,000hectors of public owned, world herratige wilderness national park, all with primary growth forests?
4. did u take the time to read any of the 200 or more "dog eared old" books in their book exchange library? or play any of the 50 or more board games.. or did u just want to complain about em?
5. did u know that Crocs has not been a YHA hostel for over 6 years and it left that culture behind back then?
Finally to help you with your "retorical" questions; "eco" means environmentally sustainable tourism, and not knowing what that means doesn't make you a credible critique of those that do, ....coz they have over 50 universities from all over the world that visit Crocs each year to learn the meaning of the word "ECO"
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"All the cabins are fine, but make sure to indicate that you want dorm-style or cabins with more privacy."