May - Oct
5 Day Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Litchfield & Katherine
Departs Darwin 6 am / Returns to Darwin approx. 5.30 pm on day 5
May & October departs Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays
June to September departs daily excluding Thursdays & Fridays
$1649 per adult
$1629 per child 5 – 15 years
Air conditioned 4 Wheel Drive Vehicle & Professional Guide
Maximum 17 passengers
Permanent Tents with beds & bottom sheet
Single passengers may have to share a tent
Kakadu National Park Pass
4 Breakfasts, 5 lunches, 4 dinners
Day 1 Litchfield National Park
Your 5 Day Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Litchfield & Katherine Tour departs Darwin and travels the short distance to Litchfield National Park where you will explore the waterfalls, rugged sandstone escarpments and spring-fed dams. Swim and explore Florence and Wangi Falls, discover intriguing cathedral and magnetic termite mounds and enjoy a picnic lunch. After lunch we travel along the unsealed Marrakai Road before joining the old Jim Jim Road taking us into Kakadu National Park. Billabongs and water crossings gives you ample opportunity for wildlife spotting. We arrive at our private campsite complete with permanent tents at Cooinda where we enjoy dinner and some stargazing.
Day 2 Yellow Water, Nourlangie Rock Art Site and Ubirr
We continue our 5 Day Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Litchfield & Katherine Tour by joining the world famous Yellow Water Cruise. This is an award winning cruise and is Aboriginal owned and centers around a billabong system that is home to some remarkable and diverse wildlife. Crocodile spotting is only one the the many wildlife viewing opportunities on this unique water way.
Head further up the Kakadu Highway to Nourlangie Rock Art Site and Lookout where you can learn how the Aboriginal people lived in this area through changing times. After lunch we visit the Bowali Information Centre “Kakadu National Park Headquarters” where you can view audio-visual presentations and visit the Marrawuddi Gallery that showcases art by local Kakadu Artists and artists from the wider region.
Later in the afternoon we arrive at Ubirr Rock Art Site and Lookout in the East Alligator Region of Kakadu where you experience a wide range of ancient Aboriginal rock art. Learn the Rainbow Serpent story and climb the Nadab Lookout for a magnificent panoramic view over the floodplain and beyond into Arnhem Land. Enjoy the sunset over the escarpment country before heading back to camp for the night.
Day 3 Arnhem Land
Today we head across the infamous Cahill’s Crossing that separates Kakadu from Arnhem Land. You will experience Ancient Rock Art with an experienced local guide at Injalak Hill. The view from Injalk Hill takes in the amazing country side and Escarpment country. Visit the Injalak Art Centre where you can purchase some amazing art and see some artists at work. Return to camp for dinner and a well earned rest.
Day 4 Gunlom Falls – Katherine
Today we make our way to Gunlom Falls for the morning and enjoy the beauty that this area offers. Enjoy the lower plunge pool or you may choose to hike to the top of the falls where you will experience Kakadu’s very own, natural infinity pool. For the very active you may hike to the rear of the falls where you will be rewarded with a swim under the waterfall. After a much needed break and some lunch we jump back on board and head toward the township of Katherine.
Visit Top Didj Cultural Experience where you can interact with Top End Aboriginal artist Manuel Pamkal. He is happy to answer questions about aboriginal culture whilst being educated on the style of his paintings, learn about the weapons used and how he lived off the land. This evening we enjoy another dinner at our campsite before another well earned rest.
Day 5 Katherine Gorge & Darwin
This morning it is up early to head to Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge) for a boat cruise, canoe (seasonal), or a scenic flight over the breathtaking Gorge System (all optional activities and at your own expense & to be arranged on board). You may choose to walk the spectacular sheer rock walls of the gorge experiencing the home of the Jawoyn people before lunch. After lunch we head back towards Darwin stopping along the way at Edith Falls for a relaxing swim in the plunge pool.
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