This is a gentle, half day tour during which we walk slowly around the edge of a meadow and through the surrounding vegetation looking for things of interest. There are no hills on this tour but it can become waterlogged during the rainy season. The openness of the area lends itself to seeing birds, and the plants adjacent to the path are great spots for insects and spiders. This tour is all about taking our time to see as many things as we can, which I will explain along the way.
What you might see
You will see a wide variety plants in the meadow, including Melaleuca cajuputi trees, bushes of plants in Melastomataceae and Rhodomyrtus tomentosa (Downy Myrtle), which has edible fruit that you can try in season.
There is also a high chance of seeing birds, including Gracula religiosa (Hill Myna), doves, flycatchers and sunbirds.
|Depart: 08:00||Depart: 13:30|
|Return: 12:30||Return: 18:00|
$30 per adult
Minimum 2 adults
Children under 13 are half price. Two children count as one adult towards the minimum but there must be at least one adult customer on this tour.
Included in the Price
- Drinking water
- Use of footwear
- Use of a dry bag
- Boats to and from the start/finish
What you need
It can get pretty hot and sunny during this tour and there are areas with no shade. Therefore, you should have clothes that provide decent coverage or sunscreen. A hat is also a good idea.
Walking boots are ideal for this tour but trainers (or similar) would suffice. You will get wet feet during the rainy season. If you prefer to keep your own dry, we can lend you some footwear.
We advise you to bring a camera or at least a phone that can take a decent picture.
A few photos from this tour
Note that this is a brand new addition to our tours, so the gallery of photos is likely to improve over time.