Humans touring is a problem because as interest in the Daintree Rainforest grows, more buses and transport is needed to keep up with demand and that increases the carbon dioxide and impacts on climate change, mining and farming also damages the forest.
The Daintree Forest has beautiful beaches, rivers and waterfalls with unique wild life inhabiting each of them.
Farming in the Daintree can be a problem for the rainforest as the farmers burn down trees and clear the precious species to make room for more crops. Using the land for crops can damage the land making it difficult for trees and natural vegetation to grow back.
People living in the Daintree run generators to get electricity, burning lots of petrol and diesel, nearly three million litres of fuel is trucked up every year which pumps 70,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide into the rain forest.