Service Details

1 Day Northern Kakadu Experience / Flood Country ex Darwin

Supplier Name:

Ethical Adventures

Departure Date:

Adults:

Children (8 - 17):

Children older than 17 are costed as Adults.

Child Ages:

Specify child ages as at time of travel

Price:

A$495.00    On Request


Inclusions:

Valid for 01APR24-31MAR25:
- East Alligator River.

- Marrawuddi Gallery.

- Ubirr Rock Art walk.

- Nadab lookout.

- Cahills Crossing.

- Indigenous Guluyambi Cultural Cruise.


What to Bring:

- Hat.

- Camera.

- Water bottle.

- Comfortable walking shoes.

- Sunscreen.

- Insect repellent.

- Cash for souvenirs.

Departure Time:

6:00am.

Departure Days:

01MAY-31OCT: Tuesday, Sunday.

Duration:

13 hours.

Departure Location:

Darwin accommodation.

Departure/ Pickup Info:

Darwin accommodation.

*Pickup Request:

Note: Pickup requests are subject to confirmation.

itinerary:

~~ 01-Apr-2024 to 31-Mar-2025~~Valid for 01APR24-31MAR25:

Join ‘Flood Country’ as Ethical Adventures journeys into the northern region of World Heritage Kakadu National Park. Surrounded by the internationally significant wetlands, landforms, plants, animals and culture you will delve into the intricacies of this most renowned living cultural landscape. Meet the present-day traditional owners of Kakadu National Park. Hear their stories of creation, feel their love for the country and understand some of the issues.

Highlights of your tour include the East Alligator River, Marrawuddi Art Centre, guided rock art walk at Ubirr Rock, Nadab Lookout where it is worth the short climb on uneven ground to the top of Ubirr Rock to see panoramic views of the spectacular Nadab floodplains, a delicious home prepared lunch next to the infamous Cahills Crossing where you can safely spot saltwater crocodiles, the world's largest reptiles and a 90 minute Guluyambi cultural cruise with a local guide. Commence the return journey to Darwin arriving by approximately 7.00pm.~~~~

~~ 01-Apr-2025 to 31-Mar-2026~~Valid for 01APR25-31MAR26:

Join ‘Flood Country’ as Ethical Adventures journeys into the northern region of World Heritage Kakadu National Park. Surrounded by the internationally significant wetlands, landforms, plants, animals and culture you will delve into the intricacies of this most renowned living cultural landscape. Meet the present-day traditional owners of Kakadu National Park. Hear their stories of creation, feel their love for the country and understand some of the issues.~~~~

Important Info:

Special Requests:

(240 Char Limit)

Note: Special requests generate directly to the service provider and cannot be guaranteed.