Cape York Adventures have been operating since 1996. Linking travellers from the mainland to the Torres Strait to immerse themselves with culture, tradition and rich history. They are based at the top of Cape York, in a Torres Strait islander community called Seisia.
Offering 3 Island Tours, 2 Island Cultural Experiences, Private Fishing Charters, 4WD Tip Tours (Pajinka), 4WD Tours to Fruit Bat Falls, Twin Falls and Eliot Falls and more.
With multiple vessels they can cater to any size group and occasion.
Join Cape York Adventures on board one of their vessels built specifically for the Torres Strait. A small intimate group ensures you are well looked after and able to connect with other likeminded travellers.
Departing from the Seisia Wharf at 8:00am
Returning back to the wharf around 4:00 pm.
The tour will head across the Endeavour Straits passing Prince of Wales and Entrance Island enroute to Horn Island to visit the Heritage Museum, a privately owned collection of WW2 history and local culture and artefacts. Back on the boat and off to TI, administrative centre of the Torres Strait.
Arriving at TI around 10.45am your taxi tour commences. You have about 90 minutes to check out the main street, visit Gab Tutui Cultural centre and enjoy lunch at one of the several pubs and cafes.
Back on the boat at 1:30pm and over to Roko Island. A short stroll to the old stone jetty with a Roko Island resident, hopefully being able to spot a crocodile. Soak up the serenity, enjoy a coffee, an icy cold tap beer or cocktail and walk around the island, you may even wish to purchase one of their souvenirs.
From $200 to $300
Leaving from the Seisia Wharf headed for Thursday Island, you will experience firsthand the story lines of Torres Strait Islanders through a magical dance performance and many mediums of remarkable artwork that is not only some of the most exquisite indigenous art available, but it too can tell you a story relating to the world of the Torres Strait Islander.
A morning tea of damper, tea and coffee is included.
This is a once in a lifetime experience with no other exhibition of this kind anywhere! Not only will you be entertained by the dancers and wonderful Torres Strait Islander people, you will get to mingle with them and ask questions about their very unique dances and exceptional artwork.
Leaving Thursday Island, head to Roko Island, one of the smallest inhabited islands in the Torres Strait. This unique little place has a real island vibe, and you can feel yourself relax as soon as you walk down the floating Jetty. Grab yourself a cocktail, beer or cold drink at the Jetty Bar, have a guided tour to the old stone jetty and soak up the tropical island paradise.
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