3 DAY 4WD KAKADU DREAMTIME SAFARI
Length of Tour: 3 Days
Tour Dates: Departs on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Hotel pick ups on day 1 from 7:00am
Return on day 3 approx. 7:00pm
Departure Months: May to November
Adult AUD$1,195.00 (twin share)
Single Supplement AUD$100.00
Meals as indicated
Camping fees & equipment
Visitors to Murdudjurl can participate in traditional aboriginal activities, with clan members taking visitors on a two hour walk to explore the local flora and fauna.
The 10 tent private campsite has been constructed on an embankment, overlooking Flying Fox Billabong, within Kakadu National Park.
Passengers get to explore Jim Jim & Twin Falls. These falls are in a remote area of the park only accessible by four wheel drive. This is an area of incredible natural beauty and the waterfalls are rainwater fed.
Other highlights include the crystal clear rock pool and scenic beauty of Barramundi Gorge as well as the colourful aboriginal rock art at Ubirr.
DAY 1: Darwin to Kakadu
We leave Darwin and travel to our exclusive Dreamtime Safari Camp situated on the banks of the Murdudjurl Billabong. We explore Ubirr Rock today and it's aboriginal rock art before joining the Murdudjurl Cultural Tour to learn more about local aboriginal people and their country. We head to our exclusive camp for the evening, having dinner around the camp, under the stars.
DAY 2: Kakadu
Kakadu Permanent Campsite
After an early breakfast, we depart on our big day out to Twin Falls and Jim Jim Falls. These falls are in a remote area of the Park only accessible by four wheel drive vehicle, some 70 kilometres off the sealed road via a dirt track. This is an area of incredible natural beauty, and the waterfalls are rainwater fed, therefore after several months without rain (around August and September) it's possible they may not be flowing. The rock pools and surrounds are magnificent year round and well worth the journey. Twin Falls is only accessible by water therefore we take a short boat ride through the gorge to the beach at the base of the falls. After a picnic lunch on the banks of the river, we take the hike (approximately 1 km) through the rainforest to Jim Jim Falls and its crystal clear waters. We return to the camp for dinner and overnight.
DAY 3: Kakadu to Darwin
Kakadu Permanent Campsite
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After breakfast this morning, we cruise the spectacular Yellow Waters, home to a wide variety of bird life and possibly the lurking Saltwater Crocodile. Next we travel to the crystal clear rock pool and scenic beauty of Barramundi Gorge or to the spectacular Nourlangie Rock and it's ancient rock art gallery, depending on the season. This is a fascinating site with spectacular views over Kakadu. We then take the Arnhem Highway back to Darwin, arriving at approximately 6.30pm.
NOTE: AGE RESTRICTIONS
This is an Open Aged Tour for passengers over the age of 6 years, however travellers over the age of 55 must provide a medical certificate from their physician. This is to ensure that senior travellers have the necessary fitness and mobility to comfortably complete their tour. Children between 6-18 must also be accompanied by an adult. Children under the age of 6 years are not permitted to travel on tour.
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