We leave tropical Darwin travelling through the rich floodplains towards Kakadu National Park, this 20,000 square kilometre area is teeming with wildlife, important Aboriginal rock art sites, and diverse landscapes.
Our first stop of the day is an optional Jumping Croc Cruise on the Adelaide River or a visit to the Fogg Dam Conservation Centre. The traditional lands of the Limilngan-Wulna people (who are active in the reserve's management) are one of the most spectacular places to explore the diverse wildlife of the Top End, home to numerous species of birds, turtles, water pythons and of course the iconic Saltwater Crocodile.
We’ll stop in at the Bowali Visitor Centre to learn more about the rich indigenous culture and history of this special place and break for lunch (at own expense). We’ll visit the famous Cahills Crossing in search of crocodiles at this eye opening stretch of water, the only road access point between Arnhem Land and Kakadu National Park.
Visit the World Heritage Listed, sacred site Ubirr rock art. Home to some of the oldest and best preserved rock art galleries in the world. Dating back some 20,000 years and discover the hidden secrets with a guided walk.
- Kakadu National Park is one of four Australian sites included on the World Heritage List for exceptional natural and cultural values
- Explore floodplains of Ubirr, home to important Aboriginal rock painting sites thousands of years old
- Visit the infamous Cahills Crossing to safely spot saltwater crocodiles from the viewing platform
- Learn about Kakadu at the Bowali Visitor Centre with time to view and purchase local arts and artefacts
- Stroll the diverse wetlands boardwalk and observation decks at Fogg Dam Conservation Centre, a bird-watchers paradise and wildlife refuge.
- Shhh... there's a secret in every tour!