Explore the wilderness of Kakadu National Park on a 3 day Kakadu tour adventure! You'll see all the main attractions such as Jim Jim falls, Twin Falls and Ubirr Rock. Combine small groups, great walks and 4wds, this is a great Kakadu tour for those looking for a bit of excitement and adventure!
Trip length: 3 Days
Group size: 9 - 16
Start: Darwin Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat (MAY- OCT)
Vehicle: Air Conditioned 4WD
Day 1 Darwin - Kakadu
First stop, Adelaide River for a Crocodile Cruise where you will see huge saltwater crocodiles up close in the wild.Back on the road again, we will stop to get up close to a bizarre North Australian phenomenon, The Cathedral termite mound. These unusual structures that often get to over 5 metres in height dot the Top End and as the name suggests are the creation of the humble termite. We visit White Lily Billabong, home to a huge variety of birdlife. Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) – hiking & swimming We take in a magnificent sunset over Yellow Waters before heading to our overnight camp at Garnamarr Camp Ground or Jim Jim Billabong campground. Enjoy REAL camp fire cooking! Sit around the fire after dinner for some Didgeridoo lessons.
Day 2 Kakadu
We wake up with the Kookaburra call (early). Then it’s off for a spot of real 4 Wheel Driving to explore Jim Jim and Twin Falls. We hike to the top of Twin Falls. Take in the spectacular views and enjoy a swim to cool off. Back down to the bottom, then walking through monsoon rain forest to Jim Jim plunge pool and relax on the sandy beach after this big day. We head off back to camp for another spectacular dinner.
**Jim Jim and Twin falls is seasonal and if closed will visit other waterfalls in the Southern area of Kakadu**
Day 3 Kakadu - Darwin
Up early, we don’t want to miss out. Today we visit the ancient Aboriginal Rock Art site of Nourlangie. Your guide is on hand to explain the many symbols and the painting methods used to create these amazing works of art. We visit Mamukala Wetlands for another stunning display of birdlife. Mamukala is beautiful all year but it’s most dramatic in the late dry season (Sept-Oct) when thousands of magpie geese congregate to feed. On the return journey we will visit Berry Springs Nature Reserve if time permits. We return you to your Darwin accommodation between 6 and 7pm.
We Provide: All Meals, Expierenced Guide and Air Conditioned Transport, National Park Entry camping equipment and accommodation pickup.
You Bring: Hat, Towel, Swimwear, change of clothes, warm clothing in winter (May - Sep), comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, water bottle, camera, sleeping bag (can hire for $15-30 dependant on company).
Luggage limit is 15kg applies in a soft bag or backpack. Passengers are allowed to bring alcohol as long as there is no glass. Excess baggage should be stored at your Darwin accommodation.
It is your responsibility to advise if you have any special dietary requirements or medical conditions (including allergies) well ahead of departure.