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Aboriginal-owned and kept in pristine condition, all 20,000 sq km’s of Kakadu National Park in Australia is laid before you in this guided four-wheel drive tour. You won’t get to see it all in two days, but you’ll certainly get to see the best bits!
Kakadu National Park truly is a global treasure - a human history spanning 51,000 years, a geology incorporating four major rivers and a spread of wildlife including over 300 distinct species of mammals and birds. Add the fact that this massive park has been protected from the ravages of mainstream tourism and what you have is nature’s reconstruction of Eden.
This two-day tour of Kakadu is conducted with this preservation ethos at heart, and your guides hold a deep reverence for the park and the aboriginal people who look after it. Travelling by four-wheel drive through maintained tracks, you’ll be taken deep into the heart of Kakadu and shown around this amazing environment, staying overnight in Bush Bungalows, which are set in the small township of Jabiru, in the north of the park.
As Australia’s largest national park, Kakadu offers a huge wealth of things to see which would take you weeks to discover by yourself. Luckily, your guides have over twenty years of touring experience and were amongst the first to offer trips into Kakadu. Taking advantage of this expert knowledge means you will have direct access to all the best places of interest (the park is the size of Israel, so trying to discover and get around all the highlights on your own is an impossibility!) By the end of the two days you’ll have seen ancient aboriginal rock art, spotted crocodiles on a wildlife cruise, surveyed the floodplains from dizzying heights, learned about the park’s indigenous inhabitants, swam in a gorge… the list goes on, and as you can see from the itinerary there certainly aren’t any dull moments during your mini-break.
The tour is suitable for all ages and levels of fitness, with the majority of the tour conducted using 4-wheel drive vehicles. The two days will give you a good taster of what Kakadu National Park is all about, and chances that you’ll want to extend your time here are very high.
Guests are limited to 10kg of luggage per person, and soft luggage containers are preferred over suitcases. Any dietary requirements you may have can be catered for - just mention these on booking. Do bear in mind that this region of the Northern Territories can get uncomfortably hot with temperatures peaking at around 30 degrees Celsius all year round, so make sure you pack appropriate clothing.
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