KAKADU/ARNHEM LAND 3 DAY TOUR
Length of Tour: 3 Days
Tour Dates: Departs Monday and Thursday
Min 4 pax / Max 6 pax
Departure Months: 1st April - 31 October
AUD$2,589.00 per person (Single Supplement AUD$434.00)
Plus air transfer Cooinda Arnhem Land Darwin: AUD$895.00p/p
Point: Darwin accommodation
All lunches, all meals at Safari Camp, accommodation, sub tours and all necessary permit fees (breakfasts and evening meals in Kakadu are at guests own expense). Luggage is restricted to 1 small soft overnight bag max 10kg (22lb) per person.
- Visiting a very restricted area of Aboriginal owned Arnhem Land.
- Visiting the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park.
- Visiting Fog Dam, a vast open wetland area home to a large number of birds during our Top End dry season.
- Sunset cruise on the famous Yellow Waters.
- Visiting Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural & Bowali Visitor Centres.
- Visiting Nourlangie Rock and occupation sites dated in excess of 20,000 years.
- Visiting a remote safari camp in Western Arnhem Land and viewing ancient Aboriginal rock art sites of the area.
- Remote spectacular scenery including pristine wetlands, billabongs and wildlife.
Travel in the comfort of a luxurious fully equipped airconditioned 4WD vehicle with a maximum of just 6 passengers. Note: There may be other guests on the Arnhem Land section of this itinerary. We pick you up from your accommodation in Darwin, travel by road to Kakadu National Park, then fly by light aircraft to Arnhem Land and back to Darwin.
Day 1: Depart Darwin accommodation at around 8am. Our first stop is Fogg Dam, a vast open wetland area that is home to large numbers of birds during our Top End dry season. Moving on we cross the Marrakai plains, the Adelaide and Mary Rivers before our morning tea stop at the Bark Hut Outback Pub. We then turn off the highway down the old Jim Jim 4WD dirt track into Kakadu with the opportunity for viewing bird and wildlife at waterholes along the way. After lunch we join a cruise on the famous Yellow Waters billabong, abundant with many species of birds and of course the mighty salt water crocodile. Later visit Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Tonight our accommodation is at the Gagudju Crocodile Hotel in Jabiru.
Day 2: After breakfast we head to Nanguluwur rock art and occupation sites. This site is less well known and well away from the crowds but has some excellent examples of rock art, including the rare and ancient dynamic figures. There are also the famous x-ray style art and so called contact period art when Aboriginal people had first contact with white man. Your guide will explain the art and culture of the area. After lunch we head south along the 4WD track to Maguk (Barramundie Gorge) spend the afternoon in this picturesque area. At the end of a monsoonal forest walk you can enjoy a swim in the refreshing natural plunge pool below a beautiful perennial waterfall. Tonight our accommodation is at the Gagudju Crocodile Hotel in Jabiru.
Day 3: Early morning join your light aircraft at Jabiru airstrip for a 30 minute scenic flight into a private bush airstrip in remote Western Arnhem Land at Mt Borradaile. Met by your bush guide and with the special permission of the traditional owners you travel in an open air African style 4WD to one of the many ancient Aboriginal rock art sites. The art is colourful and prolific, from a culture dating back more than 60,000 years and regarded as some of the oldest and finest to be found anywhere in the world. Recorded on rock walls and inside caves which were once occupation sites and situated in an area very sensitive to local Aboriginal folklore, these art sites are a fascinating insight into one of the worlds oldest cultures. Remote with spectacular scenery, pristine wetlands, billabongs, birdlife and wildlife. Learn about traditional foods and medicine. Depart by light aircraft late afternoon to Darwin. Eta 5.30pm.
Please note this is not an Aboriginal guided tour.
- Minimum 4 passengers / Maximum 6 passengers
- Larger groups by arrangement
Private Charter Luxury 4WD Touring
For the discerning traveller, we also offer specially tailored itineraries, individually designed to meet your particular needs and interests, to or from anywhere throughout the Top End.
Combinations of 4WDs, light aircraft, helicopters, airboats, billabong and river cruises are utilized to enhance your complete personalised Top End experience.
Our main mode of transport is luxurious air-conditioned 4WD vehicles. As we often venture into remote areas our vehicles are fully equipped including radio or satellite telephones for emergencies, winches etc. The vehicles are licensed to carry 7 adult passengers, however, in the interest of passenger comfort and enjoyment we recommend a maximum of 6 adult passengers per vehicle.
Travel in comfort and style with sole use vehicle and sole use professional driver/guide to visit the Top End icons like Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park, Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) or any other Top End destination that may be of interest to you.
We also offer the option to get off the tourist route away from the crowds to remote destinations like our Safari Camp famous for its Aboriginal rock art sites and unspoilt environment or Seven Spirit Bay Wilderness Lodge for a coastal experience, both located in Aboriginal owned Arnhem Land. Other options are the Mary River region enroute to Kakadu or the outer Katherine region south of Darwin. We can arrange visits to Aboriginal art centres with the opportunity to meet artists and watch them at work. What ever your interests, we can design a tour especially for you.
We are constantly on the lookout for new and different experiences to offer our clients.
We use only the highest standard of available accommodation.
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