Monday, 11 April 2016

Tour of the Week: 4 Day Arnhem Land & Kakadu 4WD Tour $950


Want to explore the incredible landscapes of the Kakadu and Arnhemland National Parks? Our 4 Day Kakadu Arnhem Land Tours give you the chance to experience the eclectic scenery and great array of attractions in this stunning area. Not only will you get to explore the native flora and fauna on offer, but you’ll also have the chance to learn about the rich Aboriginal Heritage of the region, and get stuck into some adventurous activities.

Crocodile Cruise

The trip starts in an adventurous fashion with a salt water crocodile cruise. During this amazing experience, you’ll learn about the habitats and lifestyle of these ancient creatures and discover some of the other species that call this part of Australia home.

Get to Know Ubirr Rock

After we’ve arrived in Kakadu National Park and enjoyed a picnic alongside the East Alligator River, we’ll make our way to Ubirr Rock, which is home to a jaw-dropping collection of ancient rock art and breath-taking views over the Nardab Floodplain.

Waterfalls and Creeks
The second day is all about exploring the stunning scenery of the region. To start, we’ll take a 4-wheel drive trip to Twin Falls, where you can dip in the refreshing pools before we head to Jim Jim Creek and marvel at the incredible views across the ancient Arnhemland escarpment. There’ll be an opportunity to walk amongst the scenery before we tuck into a traditional Aussie BBQ surrounded by beautiful views.

Aboriginal Culture

Kakadu and Arnhemland are known for their rich ties to Aboriginal culture, and we’ll take you to the Warradian Cultural Centre where you can learn more about the traditions and history of the region. After soaking up all the information, we’ll kick back and relax at the
Barramundi Gorge, where you can go for a refreshing swim.

Aboriginal Lands

On the final day, we head to Aboriginal Lands (Arnhem Land), where you’ll get to explore a region that’s off limits to all except a few tour operators. Here, there’s plenty of rock art to discover at Injalak Hill, as well as views across the floodplains and plenty of aboriginal heritage to soak up. The day ends with a stop off at the Injalak Art and Craft Centre, where you can pick up a souvenir before we head back to Darwin.

This incredible natural and cultural trip gives you the chance to explore part of Australia that’s rich in history and incredible views – an exciting combination.



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