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Variety of delicious meals (2 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches)
Pickup available from Darwin accommodation
All transport in comfortable air-conditioned 4WD vehicles
Twin-share accommodation, with ensuite facilities and air conditioning
Special permits into restricted areas of Kakadu
Expert guides full of local knowledge
2 hour sunset cruise on the famous Yellow Waters
Visit Jim Jim Falls, Gunlom Falls and Maguk (Barramundi Gorge)
Head to Ubirr for views over the Nardab floodplains and into Arnhem land
Make a stop at the Warradjan Cultural Centre
Kakadu National Park 3 Day 2 Night Tour - AccommodatedDiscover crocodiles, wildlife & waterfalls on this 4WD safari from Darwin to Kakadu National Park during June to September
What to Expect
Explore the wilderness of Kakadu National Park on this 3 Day Kakadu 4WD adventure!
See all the main attractions such as Jim Jim Falls and Ubirr Rock on this tour that combines great people and great walks. Perfect for those looking for a bit of excitement and adventure, this tour includes a wildlife cruise on Yellow Waters at sunset, plus accommodation at the likes of Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel, Cooinda Lodge Kakadu and Anbinik Kakadu Resort.
Please note: Accommodation is twin share, with ensuite facilities and air conditioning.
Where we visit
Day 1 - Darwin to Kakadu
Today, your tour commences with complimentary pick-ups between 6:30am and 7:45am from your nominated accommodation in Darwin.
Then, head towards the world heritage listed Kakadu National Park, with a stopover at the iconic Australiana Bark Hut for a quick refreshment.
Also along the way are a stop at the East Alligator River with the opportunity to spot some crocs and flying foxes, before heading out to the world famous Ubirr in the north of the Kakadu National Park.
Some of the best examples of northern Australian rock art can be found here, with a chance to learn more about the art from your guide including the meaning behind these special paintings. A climb to the top is then rewarded with staggering 360 degree views over the Nardab floodplains and into Arnhemland.
Tonight, you'll stay in a private room at the Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel in Jabiru.
Day 2 - Kakadu
After breakfast, enjoy a 4WD journey out to Jim Jim Falls. Here you'll embark on a 1km walk through the gorge surrounded by towering 200m high sandstone cliffs.
Continue on to the impressive plunge pool where you'll enjoy a well-deserved refreshing swim, or simply relax on the beach whilst taking in the breathtaking views.
Also on the cards today is a visit to the Warradjan Cultural Centre where you'll experience a great opportunity to gain some insight into the traditional owners of Kakadu through interactive displays and demonstrations.
Tonight, you'll stay at Cooinda Lodge where you can enjoy a relaxing swim in the pool before joining a 2 hour sunset cruise on the famous Yellow Waters. Here you will have the opportunity to see spectacular wildlife including abundant birdlife and crocodiles in their natural habitat.
Then it's time to return to Cooinda Lodge for dinner.
Day 3 - Kakadu to Darwin
After some breakfast, you'll then make your way to Maguk (Barramundi Gorge). Here, enjoy a 1km hike through a paperbark forest that leads to the plunge pool for a cool swim in a pristine environment.
Then, head to Gunlom Falls in the southern end of Kakadu. A hike to the top is rewarded with a swim in the naturally occurring infinity pools whilst taking in the panoramic views of southern Kakadu. The bottom plunge pool is a must see, and a last chance to relax before the drive back to Darwin.
You'll return to Darwin via the historic town of Pine Creek, arriving back at approximately 5:30pm.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please note: Luggage is strictly restricted to a soft bag of 10kg per person
- Good walking shoes or boots
- Insect repellent
- A wide brimmed sun hat
- Long sleeve light shirt for sun protection
- 1 litre water bottle for drinking water
- Light comfortable clothing
- A jacket (mainly for June, July and August nights)
- Medication and other personal requirements
Kakadu, Arnhemland and Litchfield are rough and rugged stone bush country. In many of the places, we access and those listed in the itinerary, there are cleared walking tracks, but not boardwalks or handrails. Some of the walks are over slippery and uneven ground, and we will always advise caution when walking over these surfaces. A reasonable level of fitness & stable footing is required for most locations and to make the most of the experience. These tours have been designed for the fit and active.
To get the most out of this trip you need to be prepared for walks of between 3km and 8km on some days. This may be on rough ground and perhaps getting feet wet in rivers and creeks. From Oct to March you will experience temperatures of over 35 degrees celsius (and sometimes well into the 40s) so be prepared to endure extra physical stress due to the heat at these times, especially while on walks.
These extreme outside temperatures can also place stress on the air-conditioning units within the tour vehicles which can make travelling uncomfortable. Your tour guide will assist with regular breaks and information to assist in keeping well hydrated.
Passengers with special meal requirements must ensure they advise us at the time of booking. Food for the trip is purchased prior to commencement and special requirements cannot be catered for after departing. Vegetarians, celiacs or those with any special meal requirements may need to provide additional assistance to the leader for meal preparation.
Mobile phone reception is available around all major service centers within Kakadu, Litchfield, Arnhemland and Mardugal campground. There is a satellite phone on every vehicle for emergencies.
The most important thing to remember is you're on holidays and that’s a great reason to not have a phone!!
On this tour, you will be responsible for purchasing your own dinner on Night 1 and Night 2.
Your leader will prepare most of the meals whilst on tour but you will have the opportunity to assist with helping prepare meals and clearing dishes. None of this is difficult, however many hands make light work and any assistance provided to crew is always much appreciated. Most people agree that this type of activity helps you feel like less of a tourist and more of an explorer.
Please budget for approximately AUD $100 additional meals and expenses while on your trip which may include ice-creams, souvenirs or the purchase of a refreshing ale for the evenings campfire. If purchasing alcohol, we recommend buying it in Darwin for better price and variety. There is a drinks esky provided on the vehicle. Our suggestion is based on past traveller feedback but you may choose to spend more or less.
Ensure you have a couple of light, long sleeve cotton shirts as these help with pesky mozis in the more humid nights.
Daytime temperatures and humidity can be extreme from Oct to March with temperatures over 35 degrees Celsius. Night time temperatures can also be high at this time of year.
Therefore, we recommend that you bring loose, cool, cotton clothing to protect yourself from the harsh sun. A sun hat, sunscreen, swimwear, towel, sturdy walking shoes and sunglasses are also a must.
Daytime temperatures can be extreme from Oct to March with temperatures over 40 degrees celsius. Please bring a large refillable water bottle. We strongly recommend the use of dehydration salts and sports drinks as a way to combat dehydration during times of extreme heat.
Luggage is strictly restricted to a soft bag of 10kg per person
Due to seasonal variations at certain times of the year some areas are inaccessible – therefore itineraries may differ without notice. If an area is inaccessible then a suitable alternative will be offered.
Travel insurance is strongly recommended to cover any unforeseen circumstances – be they caused by road and weather conditions, mechanical failure, delays or other reasons.
Refunds will not apply for delays, curtailment or alteration of a tour resulting from any cause, including mechanical failure, cultural commitments from Traditional owners or severe weather conditions.
The Supplier cannot guarantee pick up and drop of times and is not responsible for costs resulting in passengers failing to connect with other services.
Smoking and drinking alcohol is prohibited inside a tourist vehicle under Australian Government regulation.
All tours must be reconfirmed 24 hrs prior to travel.
The Supplier reserves the right to cancel a safari or arrange an alternative operator if group numbers are insufficient
Cancellation by the customer inside 15-30 days will incur a 50% cancellation fee.
Cancellation by the customer outside 30 days will result in a full refund given.
Cancellations by the customer inside 14 days – 72 hours will incur a 75% cancellation fee.
Cancellations by the customer within 72 hours of departure of a public tour will result in 100% cancellation fees .
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