Discover the National Parks of the Northern Territory with Adventure Tours Australia’s Kakadu, Katherine & Litchfield Adventure tour over 4 days.
One of the wildest corners of Australia, the Northern Territory takes the crown when it comes to intrepid adventures.
Setting off from Darwin, you can embark on the adventure of a lifetime whilst experiencing the diverse landscape of the north.
Escaping To Litchfield
Upon arriving in Litchfield National Park you’ll be confronted by a truly unruly landscape as giant termite mounds tower over you as well as dense woodland. Litchfield is packed to the brim with stunning waterfalls, swimming holes and rock pools transporting you to an exotic jungle just waiting to be explored. During your time in Litchfield you’ll have the chance to visit Florence Falls, Buley Rockholes as well as Wangi Falls. From here it’s on to the Mary River National Park where you’ll be able to try and spot some of the largest crocs on the planet in the Mary River wetlands.
Culture At Kakadu
Upon arriving at Kakadu National Park, you’ll quickly realise just why it’s a World Heritage Listed destination. Rich with Aboriginal culture dating back more than 50,000 years, it’s here that you’ll have the chance to learn more about the land and Aboriginal culture from your guide as well as see some stunning Aboriginal rock art. During your time visiting Kakadu you will also visit Maguk, otherwise known as Barramundi Gorge, or the Gunlom Falls where you’ll be able to cool off in the clear swimming hole.
The Towering Heights Of Katherine Gorge
After you’ve explored Kakadu it’s time to move on to Katherine Gorge. An ancient gorge carved from the Katherine River over 23 million years, the rock faces rise a massive 70 metres up. Situated within the Nitmiluk National Park you’ll have the chance to take a cruise down the river or even hire a canoe or boat for another perspective of the imposing gorge.
The Ancient Art Of Spear Throwing
Following exploring Katherine Gorge, you will then be taken to an indigenous art gallery where you’ll get some first class coaching on the ancient art of spear throwing, making fires and traditional Aboriginal painting before returning to Darwin where the tour concludes.