- Maguk (Barramundi Falls)
- 2 Hour Sunset Yellow Waters Cruise
- Nourlangie Rock
- Warradjan Cultural Centre
- Ubirr Rock
- Fogg Dam Nature Reserve
Day 1: You will be collected from your Darwin accommodation at 7:30 am for your 2 day 4WD Kakadu Safari. We head south along the Stuart highway and into Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve. These wetlands have international significance because of their beauty and natural ecosystems. A great variety of fauna can be found here throughout the year as well as a large variety of birdlife. After a comfort stop at the Bark Hut, we make our way into World Heritage listed Kakadu National park.
Kakadu is the largest national park in Australia , has some of the world’s finest rock art and a variety of habitats, including floodplains and savannah woodlands. Once within the park, our first stop is Ubirr where we walk through galleries of ancient aboriginal rock art, which your guide will interpret. Also learn about bushtuckers and bush medicines before reaching the top of the plateau, where you can relax and enjoy the spectacular view over the floodplains and the Arnhemland escarpment.
A picnic lunch will be served on the banks of the East Alligator River. Then we head to the centre of the park and to the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre for an insight into the cultural heritage of the park. Late this afternoon, board the sunset Yellow Waters wetlands cruise, with it’s prolific birdlife and wonderful variety of plants. Saltwater crocodiles are often spotted here. After the cruise, we make our way to our accommodation. Overnight accommodation - Cooinda Lodge, Kakadu- motel room with en-suite. Includes: (L).
Day 2: After breakfast we make our way to Maguk (Barramundi Gorge and falls), where we take a walk through the paperbark forest to reach the gorge, where we can have a refreshing swim in the plungepool. Then to the Nourlangie area and we view the birdlife at Anbangbang billabong before continuing to Nourlangie Rock, an ancient Aboriginal shelter, where we will explore the area and the rock art.
Your guide will lead you on an interpretive walk around the site. We begin our journey back to Darwin, arriving at approximately 6pm and you will be dropped off at your accommodation. Includes: (B,L).
Tour departs on demand with a minimum of 2 and maximum 9 passengers, between the dry season months of May- October. Price varies depending on how many people travel and what activities and accommodation you choose.
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