01 Jan – 31 Mar: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
01 Apr– 31 Dec: Daily
13 hoursStart time
Start time: Hotel pick-up starts at 0630h (06:30am), depending upon the hotel location
Duration: 13 hours
Your hotel in Darwin. (We would require your hotel details in order to arrange your pick up. If you do not have this information at the time of booking, please contact the local activity operator at least 48 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details)Ending Point
Your hotel in Darwin
In the still waters of Yellow Water, a large billabong which floods in the wet season, cruise along a forest teeming with paperbark, pandanus, mangroves and exotic tropical trees. From under the canopy of your cruise boat look out for ancient crocodiles, wild horses, whistling ducks, magpie geese and more than 60 species of chromatic birds.
Wrap up nature’s palette of colors with a walk through the Nourlangie Art Site where you can admire rock art that is thousands of years old.
The Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre is famous for its informative displays depicting the traditions of the aboriginal people in Kakadu.
You will be picked up from your hotel and travel in an air-conditioned coach for your Kakadu National Park tour. Interesting commentary by your English-speaking driver will enliven the journey.
On the way to Kakadu National Park you will travel on the Arnhem highway across the Adelaide river and Marrakai wetlands, home to a wide selection of native wildlife.
Arrive at the Kakadu National Park on the South Alligator River. This vast pristine wetland and bush land habitat has significant aboriginal culture and is famous for its breathtakingly beautiful flora and fauna. Your guide will escort you around the park and show you the wonderful diversity of Kakadu National Park where Monsoon forests give way to flood plains and peaceful birdlife lives alongside fearsome crocodiles.
A highlight of your Kakadu National Park Tour will be a short guided walk through the 1.5 kms of Nourlangie Art Site where you can admire rock art that is thousands of years old.
Experience the Pudakul Cultural.
Enjoy a tropical buffet lunch during the tour.
In the afternoon enjoy a 1.5 hour Yellow Water Cruise. Keep an eye out for saltwater crocodiles and the colorful range of bird life this region is renowned for.
Take a short guided walk to Nourlangie Rock and see ancient Aboriginal rock art.
The last stop on this tour of Kakadu National Park is Warradjan Aboriginal Culture Centre. Here you will see fine examples of aboriginal art and learn of the traditional ways of aboriginal people in Kakadu.
At the end of the tour you will return to Darwin where you will be dropped off at your hotel.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details
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