Park Trek Walking Tours
Park Trek has the experience and reliability to make sure that your choice of walking holiday is the best choice.
They explore the highlights of the Red Centre, Kakadu National Park, Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge) and Litchfield National Park.
Their walking is done only with small light weight day packs so you cover the terrain more easily and can enjoy the experience.
From the time you board their touring coach you'll be delighted with the generous hospitality, the great company of the other guests, the fabulous accommodation and the varied and delightful itinerary.
Whether you are standing at an Aboriginal Art site that is thousands of years old or staring up at the awesome power of Twin Falls or Jim Jim Falls there is much to inspire and appreciate. They've chosen to visit in late July at a time of the year when the cooler temperatures allow you to walk comfortably in the mornings and early afternoons. The remainder of the day offers opportunities to board local cruise boats and get a different perspective on this magnificent area. The trip is fully accommodated and we'll be travelling in luxury mini-coach transport.
First stop Fogg Dam where guides introduce guests to the ecological diversity of the Top End. Morning tea served followed by lunch at Windows on the Wetlands, Ubirr and the sandstone river walk. Jim Jim Falls, Twin Falls and Yellow Waters. Accommodation at Lakeview Park, Knotts Crossing Resort and banyan Tree Resort and Litchfield.
During Your seven days away you'll experience the green glory of this biologically rich landscape. Driving down the Arnhem Highway with spear grass growing 3 metres high either side of the road, or perhaps being out in a monsoon rainforest when the clouds gather and the rain tumbles down through the lush growth are experiences that will stay with you forever. They will guide you through some of the best walks to give you one of the most amazing visual experiences you'll find in Australia at anytime of the year.
They also walk the best section of the Larapinta from counts look out to Serpentine Gorge. They also trek the East MacDonells around John Hayes Rockhole. You'll find their choice of day walks give you the best walking experience in Central Australia, and coming back to a lovely place of stay at Glen Helen, Kings Canyon, Curtin Springs and Uluru will make sure you keep well in comfort.
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