Cape Tribulation Beach is the main beach in the area. Though there are several other smaller beaches boasting pristine sands and mesmerising sea views, Cape Tribulation Beach is perhaps the most popular.
Situated to the north of the cape, you can take a short walk to the lookout point. From there, you are exposed to breath-taking views of the turquoise ocean and out to the Great Barrier Reef beyond.
Walk north, and you can stop off at the Ferntree Rainforest Lodge, where you can tuck into delicious dishes and relax with a drink or two in the bar. For the ultimate paradise experience, dine right on the beach with the water lapping at your toes.
Cape Tribulation Beach is popular with tourists because it is removed from the southern end of the cape, where the carpark is, and where many people begin their journey. That means the crowds are usually thinner, and there is more chance to soak up the peaceful atmosphere of the region.