Daintree Haven is an elevated, pole-framed structure, nestled in the foothills of the majestic Thornton Peak; this mountain (1374 metres), sacred to the traditional owners, the Kuku Yalanji, and shrouded with mystery and legend, dominates the Daintree rainforest skyline.
This holiday home is located midway between the Daintree River and Cape Tribulation (20 mins north), in an area of the Daintree Coast renowned for its biodiversity and uniqueness as a refuge for rare, ancient and endemic flora and fauna, is an ideal base for exploring the World Heritage-listed rainforest, the Daintree National Park and, the somewhat underplayed jewels of the Daintree Coast, the quiet, secluded and pristine beaches.
Flowing from the open-plan kitchen, dining and living rooms is a large, easterly-facing verandah providing expansive views across the Daintree Rainforest.
Comfortably sleeping up to 5 guests the house consists of 2 bedrooms & 1 main bathroom (including cast iron claw-footed bath) with separate toilet. Bedroom 1 has a Queen bed and bedroom 2 has a combination of Double and single bunk style. The mezzanine can be used as a study, reading room or can accommodate a foldout bed for that extra guest. The large covered verandah provides an outdoor living / dining experience (with gas BBQ).
Daintree Haven in The Daintree offers the opportunity to REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT whilst holidaying in Far North Queensland. The property is essentially solar-powered utilising the most up-to-date, renewable energy system for power generation with myriad energy-saving features incorporated into the system.
Daintree Haven is a leisurely 2-2.5hr drive from Cairns International Airport and a 1 hr drive north of the internationally recognised resort town of Port Douglas. Whilst the property is fully self-contained, there is a choice of restaurants and cafes close by. Minimum stay of 2 nights. Maximum number of guests accommodated at this private rainforest holiday house: 5