Explore the Rainforest from Silky Oaks Lodge in Queensland

- Melissa Mewdell,

Silky Oaks Lodge is the perfect place if you’re looking for an adventure hotel or a fabulous spa hotel. It’s location in the Daintree Rainforest makes it ideal for both nature lovers and relaxation seekers.

If you’re in the mood to explore the sights and sounds of the tropical rainforest, head to the Daintree Rainforest in Queensland, Australia. It’s one of the most beautiful and diverse areas of the world.

The Daintree Rainforest is a World Heritage Listed area. And, with 65% of Ausralia’s butterfly species calling the Daintree home, you won’t be sorry that you spent some time in this gorgeous place. Here, you can explore the largest range of rare plants and animals on earth in luxury with Voyages Silky Oaks Lodge.

This Queensland Hotel blends a casual and contemporary design with the tranquil sound of the Mossman River. Enjoy one of the 50 Treehouses and Riverhouses, which feature wide verandahs and spa baths.

There’s plenty to do and see when staying here. You can go on a guided nature walk through the hotel grounds and adjoining rainforest, go canoeing, swimming or snorkeling in the Mossman River or, of course, relax by the resort’s pool. Also, there are half day and day trips out to the Daintree River and Cape Tribulation. The tour guides are experts in rainforest ecology, history ornithology and botany.

Particularly fun is the crocodile and wildlife spotting tour on the Daintree River.

Silky Oaks Lodge Queensland HotelsAnd, because of the resort’s location, you can also go snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef, which is close by.

For guests who are just in the mood to relax and rejuvenate, take in the Healing Waters Spa. Using Elemis spa and skincare products exclusively, the Healing Waters Spa is famous for its excellent massages and facials. You’ll never feel more at ease than after a treatment at this spa.

At dinner time, Kiwi Collection recommends enjoying a meal at the Treehouse Restaurant. As one of Northern Queensland’s best restaurants, guests will love the open-sided eatery. Here, you’ll get great views of the rainforest and the river while sipping some fine Australian wine.

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