The remote and exclusive Arnhemland Barramundi Nature Lodge is situated high on an escarpment fringe with panoramic views westward to the Liverpool and Tomkinson River Valleys near the Aboriginal community of Maningrida, approximately 300 kilometres east north east of Darwin in the Northern Territory.
Arnhemland Barramundi Nature Lodge schedules dedicated birding tours during the Top End's 'Dry Season'. During their annual Arnhemland Birdweek and other bird-watching tours, guests are accompanied by the lodge's own highly-experienced, professional guides on exclusive interpretive field excursions.
Guests are transported in comfortable, four-wheel drive Landcruiser vehicles, air conditioned coaster coach and government-surveyed boats. Their highly experienced bird guides are adept at guiding you through a range of environments and different birding habitats to potentially locate up to 250 bird species that may be found within a 50 kilometre radius of the lodge.
Diverse landscapes ranging from rocky uplands, dense woodland, open savannah, remnant rainforest pockets, riverside and coastal mangroves, river flood plains, beaches, offshore islands and open marine waters support an extensive population of local, some rare and endemic species.
The highlights of these bird tours are many and varied as you encounter the local people and their culture, view the birdlife, observe local wildlife, and the experience the unique interaction in this pristine environment that you will remember for a lifetime.
Please note - indicative rate quote is per person and includes, birding tours, accommodation. All chef prepared meals, Maningrida Airport/Lodge courtesy transfers, laundry service.