Experience the magic of Kakadu National Park on this day trip from Darwin. You will embark on a cruise on the famous Yellow Waters. Watch out for crocodiles on the shore! You will visit the rock of Nourlangie, famous for its Aboriginal art. Then you will take off for a flight over Arnhem Land. You will then discover the wild side of the Northern Territory.
- Done in English
- Buffet lunch included
- Day trip (destination A to B)
- Taxes, fuel surcharges and service included
- All entrance fees included
- Discover the sites from a boat
Visit the Top End (Northern Territory) to discover the famous national park in Australia – Kakadu. You will depart from Darwin and travel to Kakadu National Park, which covers approximately 20.000 square kilometers making it the largest national park in Australia.
Kakadu's vast wetlands and ancient escarpment are home to one of the largest and most diverse bird populations and hold Australia's natural and cultural significance in abeyance. Take a 50-minute scenic flight option over the Arnhem Land escarpment. Then join a guided cruise on Yellow Water Billabong. Keep an eye out for wildlife, including crocodiles.
Discover the rock art sites of Nourlangie Rock. The name "Nourlangie" is an anglicised version of Nawurlandja. The most famous rock art image in Nourlangie is called Namondjok and for some indigenous groups it is an ancestral creation that now lives in the sky and can only be seen at night when it appears as a black speck in the the Milky Way. En route to Darwin, stop at the Wetland Visitor Center to learn about wildlife, seasonal changes, different animal groups, and local Aboriginal and European history. Have a free drink with great views of the floodplains.
Starting point :
Tour departs from Darwin's most centrally located hotels
Departure time :
- 6.30 p.m
Hotel pickups begin approximately 30-60 minutes prior to this time; exact pickup time will be advised upon reconfirmation.
Return to the starting point around 20:00 p.m.