Book your three day Kakadu and Litchfield tour today with Kakadu Wild to witness the cascading waterfalls, croc-inhabited waters and ancient Aboriginal rock art of Kakadu’s rich landscape.
Absorb the stunning nature by staying in a safari tent. Sleep under the clear sky with your meals all sorted: two breakfasts, three lunches and two dinners are all included in the price of the three day tour. On day 1, you’ll start off in Litchfield National Park, checking out Florence Falls and the Buley Rockholes, then break for a picnic. After this you’ll travel on to Wangi Falls for a final swim and leisurely stroll through monsoon forest.
Next, be ready to snap your camera as you visit the Mary River Wetlands system on a billabong cruise, viewing the highest concentration of saltwater crocodiles south of the equator. The next day leads to Kakadu National Park, World Heritage site. After a challenging hike in Maguk, have a refreshing dip in the plunge pools of Barramundi Gorge.
With a chance of free time, explore, swim or rest on the white sandy beach. Post-lunchtime, discover the wonders of Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr with a helpful guide who explains the history and culture behind these incredible paintings. For sunset, you will head to the peek of a rocky lookout, and fall in love with the view over Nardab Floodplain.
Given that Kakadu covers approximately the same amount of land as Slovenia, the sky’s a pretty good place to see it all from. This morning you’ll have the option of taking a scenic flight over the billabongs, bushlands and floodplains that make up this ruggedly beautiful region. After a stop in at the Bowali visitors centre to learn more about the park before we break for lunch before starting our journey back to Darwin.