Best Beach Hostels In Port Douglas

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Just a short drive north of Cairns, Port Douglas is a fine addition to this region of Australia. Although Port Douglas is no stranger to parties and tourist attractions, it takes different approach than Cairns. This place is like a small dream land that doesn’t carry the cityvibe but rather it is a place to unwind. Here are the best beach hostels in Port Douglas to make the most of your stay.
 

Here are our top pick of things to do with the best beach hostels on Port Douglas

Visit The Local Restaurants

Port Douglas is a relatively small town and is packed with world class eateries. Just a short walk around the town will be enough to take your pick in choices which also serves as a great way to localise yourself and find the best bars to hit after you fill your bellies.
Related Article: Local Guide to Port Douglas

Take a Dip in the Ocean

It is not recommended to just take a swim wherever there is water in sight as the chance of survival is rather shakey to say the least, all hostels in Port Douglas will likely inform you of this too. Crocs care little about preferences around food, remember this. However, there are designated swimming spots that are safe and only a short walk. This is a perfect way to relax and reflect on your surroundings. You will definitely want to bring you camera!

Find Your Perfect Tour

Port Douglas is a prime hotspot to find yourself on the most amazing tours. From snorkeling to sailing charters and even guided tours through the Daintree Rainforest, everything you could ever invision to make your travels incredible can be found in Port Douglas.
Related Article: Day Trips from Port Douglas 

Best Beach Hostels In Port Douglas

Whether you are just passing through for the night or looking to have an explosive experience, make sure you find your way through the best beach hostels in Port Douglas to make the most of your time.
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