The 2 Day Kakadu and Litchfield Tour ‘Best in the wet’ experience rallies around the Top End Wet Season. It is the time to feel the power of nature and witness the bucket list shows of lightening and thunder. Not for the faint hearted the mission is to get you amongst it. Witness waterfalls gone wild, swim in outback creeks, fly over moody escarpment country and immerse yourself in the oldest continuous culture on earth. This tour is an accommodated tour.
Jan to April – Saturdays 7:00 am
Returns to Darwin Sunday 6 pm
Min of 4 guests – contact us for departures
Max of 8 guests
Single Adult $1150
Twin Share $2200
Child $ 850 (8-12 yrs)
*optional extras are at additional cost to be paid direct to third party when on tour.
Today begins with pick up at your Darwin accommodation at 7 am and from there it is all about the landscape. Wangi Falls, Tolmer Falls, Tabletop Wetland, secluded swim spots and massive termite mounds !
Spend the morning and early afternoon exploring Litchfield Park before setting sail for Kakadu. Arriving in Kakadu at Cooinda resort you can settle in for the afternoon or join us for a sunset vigil at Nawurlanja Rock. This provides an awesome view back towards the ancient Arnhem Escarpment country as the sun goes down or perhaps you might like to do the afternoon Yellow Waters Cruise* and see the closing out of the day across one of Australia’s most famous wetland areas.
Catering included – morning tea | lunch | afternoon tea | snacks and cold water. Dinner (not included) can be taken at Cooinda Lodge restaurant at your own expense.
Experience sunrise on the Morning Yellow Waters cruise as the animals wake for another day in paradise. An internationally significant wetland it is also an area of living cultural value for the local Bininj people. Following the cruise it is time for a hardy breakfast at Cooinda Lodge before visiting the Warradjan Aboriginal Culture Centre for further valuable insights into local indigenous people and customs. From here venture to the Nourlangie Rock region where we will be met by a local custodian of the stories for a private guided walk through the galleries.
Take the time here to ask those questions and ponder the answers.
As lunch time approaches we will adjourn to the township of Jabiru where you can choose from a variety of locations to sit and enjoy a meal. After lunch you can choose to jump on board a scenic flight and get a birds eye view* or visit the Bowali Centre nearby.
Once the team is back together it will be time to make trails for Darwin, arriving back in the City around 7 pm.
Catering included – breakfast | morning tea | afternoon tea | snacks and cold water. Lunch can be taken at Jabiru township (at own expense).