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Experience the Wild

Come and 'Experience the Wild' around Darwin and the Top End.

Experience the wild can take you to see an amazing variety of unique birdlife in monsoon forests, savannah woodlands, mangroves, wetlands and billabongs, all within an hour's drive of Darwin City.

They specialise in bird and nature watching tours. Guides Mike Jarvis, Chris Parker and Graham Brown are passionate about the environment, local birdlife, wildlife and habitat as well as Indigenous culture and NT history and heritage.

Experience the Wild is offering visitors to the Top End, half day (departing morning and afternoon), as well as full day experiences that includes Fogg Dam and the Adelaide and Mary River Regions.

Private charters are also available and may include Litchfield National Park, World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park and Nitmiluk National Park/Katherine Gorge.

To ensure personalised tours, groups are limited to a maximum of six people.

We are accredited with the following:-
•Kakadu Tour Operator License
•Parks and Wildlife NT Tour Operator License
•Australian Tourism Accreditation Program
•T-QUAL Australian Tourism Quality Assured
•Certificate IV Tourism (Guiding) NT
•Members of Wildlife Tourism Australia

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    • Australian Tourism Accreditation Program
  • Tours

    Afternoon Highlights

    You’ll visit a monsoon rainforest in search of the endemic Rainbow Pitta and the colourful Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove, the coastal foreshores in search of shorebirds, the Sacred Kingfisher and Brahminy Kite.

    The mangroves are home of the Red-headed Honeyeater, the Collared Kingfisher and Chestnut Rail and in the wetlands a variety of water birds including the iconic Black necked Stork (Jabiru) may be seen. In the savannah woodland watch for the Forest Kingfisher, various finch species and the Spangled Drongo.

    Full Day Encounter

    You'll visit a monsoon rainforest in search of the endemic Rainbow Pitta and the colourful Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove, the coastal foreshores in search of shorebirds, the Sacred Kingfisher and Brahminy Kite.

    The mangroves are home of the Red-headed Honeyeater, the Collared Kingfisher and Chestnut Rail and in the wetlands a variety of water birds including the iconic Black necked Stork (Jabiru) may be seen. In the savannah woodland watch for the Forest Kingfisher and the endangered Gouldian Finch.

    Morning Highlights

    You’ll visit a monsoon rainforest in search of the endemic Rainbow Pitta and the colourful Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove, the coastal foreshores in search of shorebirds, the Sacred Kingfisher and Brahminy Kite.

    The mangroves are home of the Red-headed Honeyeater, the Collared Kingfisher and Chestnut Rail and in the wetlands a variety of water birds including the iconic Black necked Stork (Jabiru) may be seen. In the savannah woodland watch for the Forest Kingfisher, various finch species and the Spangled Drongo.

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