Darwin and Kakadu small group tour (INTL)
Australia's largest national park, Kakadu is a place of rare majesty, a land of rugged red escarpments, lush rainforest, and thundering waterfalls; inhabited for at least 60,000 years by the world's oldest living culture .
Kakadu covers almost 20,000 square kilometres, and is a place of incredible ecological and biological diversity, home to one-third of Australia's bird species and one-quarter of its freshwater and estuarine fish species.. The tour lasts for fourteen days, accessing the UNESCO world heritage listed park via the Kakadu highway allowing you to explore aboriginal culture and the vast array of ecosystems offered by the national park with your tour guide and a Kakadu itinerary that is typically not possible on a day tour. Beginning and ending in Darwin, spending six nights in Kakadu National Park, and three nights in Arnhem Land.. We also make trips to the historic town of Pine Creek, the sandstone formations of Litchfield National Park , the Territory Wildlife Park , and the Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve, within the Mary RiverWetlands . Our Litchfield tour will take you to pristine Buley Rockhole and the iconic Cathedral Termite Mounds , which can also be seen in the southern part of Kakadu.