Welcome to the tropical capital of the Northern Territory; from the amazing outdoor lifestyle, fascinating history, and superb dining experiences. For a small capital city, it’s packed full of hidden treasures waiting to be explored.
Early this morning you will head out to the world heritage listed and largest national park in Australia, Kakadu National Park. This is one of the most diverse landscapes you will ever experience and you will be amazed by the wildlife in the water, air, and land.
Join the exciting Yellow Water billabong cruise and with an experienced local guide, you will see unique and colourful birdlife including sea eagles, brolgas and tiny kingfisher and of course the infamous saltwater crocodiles.
Meet the Bininj people and learn about the traditional owners of the land. Marvel at the rock art sites that illustrate the aboriginal culture, some of which date back 50,000 years!
Finally, you may have a chance to enhance your day out with an optional upgrade (additional cost) for a scenic flight to fly over the Kakadu escarpment.
The day is yours to explore Australia’s only tropical capital city and it’s hidden wonders. Discover Darwin’s military history, go fish feeding at Doctor’s Gully, take a stroll to the botanical gardens and see the local wildlife, join a cruise out to the Tiwi Islands or take the plunge and get face to face with a salty croc in the “cage of Death” at Crocosaurous cove.
Following an early departure; you will be discovering the splendours of Litchfield National Park which was established in 1986. From the thundering waterfalls, rainforest pockets, lush waterholes, and historic sacred sites these are possibly the NTs’ best-kept secret. Today you will have opportunities to swim in natural plunge pools, take scenic bush walks, feed barramundi and turtles and check out the magnetic termite mounds which make for a fun photo opportunity. You will also get a chance to learn about the traditional custodians of the park who are the Wagait people, many of whom still call the area home.
It’s time to say goodbye to your top-end adventure however you may still have time to enjoy brunch at the wharf and maybe strolling along the lush, shady esplanade perched on the cliffs of Darwin Harbour.
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Advertised prices are per person twin share, correct at time of publication, are subject to availability and can change at any time without notification due to fluctuations in charges, taxes and currency. Surcharges may apply over special event periods and over school holidays. ^Wet season conditions: tour itineraries are subject to change due to Darwin’s wet season conditions. The Kakadu Day tour runs daily from April to November and Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from December to March. The Litchfield Day tour runs daily from April to November and Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from December to March. Inclusions are subject to availability and may change based on operational capabilities. Other conditions apply. Please contact your personal travel manager for full terms and conditions.