NOTE: Tour operates April til September
Child: $129 (5 – 15 yrs inclusive)
We begin our 1 Day Litchfield & Jumping Crocs Tour departing Darwin from 7am. We head straight for the mighty Adelaide River – where, from the safety of the tour boat, you will see prehistoric reptiles being fed in their natural environment. Fantastic photo opportunities, your friends at home will not believe their eyes!! A morning boat cruise on the beautiful Adelaide River teaming with bird life and of course our infamous saltwater crocodiles. A small group enables you to get up close and personal while feeding these hungry monsters from the safety of the boat! An awesome way to start the day…
After our cruise we continue our Litchfield & Jumping Crocs Tour and make our way to Litchfield National Park for a fun day of bush walking, swimming, exploring and relaxing. Small groups with an active itinerary make for a trip to remember. A short drive from Darwin City and you can experience spring fed waterfalls, monsoonal rain forests, magnetic termite mounds and more!
Well known for its natural beauty, Forence Falls is an amazing location within Litchfield which provides us with a short bush walk and two amazing waterfalls.
This is a great spot for the group to chillout and relax. Not much walking and plenty of fun to have in the water. Buley Rocks consists of a series of rock holes that flow downstream to a larger rock pool at the bottom.
Bit of a bush walk through Litchfield’s breathtaking landscapes. Here we follow a track leading to a lookout with spectacular views over Tolmer Falls, which is now reserved for the family of bats that dwell within the nearby caves. An impressive view!
One of the more well known spots in Litchfield, Wangi Falls is a short walk and lots of swimming and playing in the large waterfall that awaits. Enjoy a fresh picnic lunch including cold meat & salad after an exhilarating swim in the cool, spring fed, waterfalls of Wangi Falls. There are also a series of board walks nearby for exploring and learning about the Northern Territory natural wildlife and flora.
Cathedral Termite Mounds
Home to one of the longest living insects on earth, up to 100 years old these structures are unique to the northern parts of Australia.
Late afternoon we head back to Darwin arriving back to Darwin at approximately 6.30pm.
What To Bring
Hat, towel, sun screen, bathers, walking shoes, insect repellent and a drink bottle to refill with our chilled water. Leave all your valuables at your accommodation.
Itinerary is subject to change without notice due to access and water levels. Also in the wetter months swimming is not always an option.