26 January 2010
The Daintree Eco Lodge in Australia is deserving of all of the praise that is heaped upon it.
John Carter writes for the Daily Mail of his time spent in the rainforest retreat in Queensland.
It offers a chance for visitors staying in Australia to spend some time living in the Daintree National Park, a listed World Heritage site, he states.
According to Mr Carter, local delicacies that can be enjoyed include crocodile tortellini and kangaroo steak, providing a taste of Australia in the truest sense of the word.
In all, 15 lodges are available to visitors at the Daintree Eco Lodge site.
Mr Carter adds that he was so close to the surrounding rainforest that personnel from the resort were required to carefully prune back the trees using a chainsaw.
Last year, editor of the Solo Travel information website Anthony Page said that Australia is one of the safest places in the world to visit while travelling alone.
Posted by Dave Trimble