• Location: Cairns, Australia
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 92.53 View price calendar

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Enjoy the thrill of off-roading on your own all-terrain vehicle (ATV) in the tropical rainforest near Cairns. It’s easy to learn the basics of driving your ATV ‘buggy’ by following the instructions of your experienced guide. Soon you'll expertly navigate the hills, creek crossings and other terrain. You’ll also get close views of cassowaries, a colorful native Australian bird that stands about five feet (1.6 meters) tall. Be prepared to get muddy during this morning or afternoon half-day tour from Cairns.


  • Half-day ATV buggy tour near Cairns
  • Learn the basics of operating the ATV 4-wheel bike from an expert guide
  • Drive off-road in the rainforest for high octane fun
  • Cross creeks and go up hills on the ATV 4-wheel bike
  • Look for cassowaries during the ride
  • Includes instruction and equipment, no prior experience needed

What You Can Expect

Customer Reviews

Josh T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Actual time on the ATVs seemed pretty short, but the tour guides were fantastic!

Rebecca M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Very fun and the Natalie the tour guide is very attentive and informational. All my family love that including my son who is only 10 years old. Thank you for offering the tour.

Michael B Australia

3 star rating: Worth doing August 2017

The ATV part was great. The "added extras" for the extra price is just a glorified taxi transfer. Forget this one and book the ATV by itself. Rated great for the activity, and poor for the rest.

jody a

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better January 2017

Tour it self was good, but if we wanted a bus tour, I would have booked a bus tour, not an atv tour, there was not enough time riding the atvs. Tour time 4 1/2 hours, riding time 40 mins!!!

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