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3 Day Kakadu National Park 4WD Tour - For 2

Kakadu National Park, NT
SRT003
For 2 people
3 Days
$3,600
$3,600

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Highlights

  • Discover World Heritage Kakadu National Park in small group comfort
  • View ancient Aboriginal rock art
  • Stay in a bush bungalow and swim in beautiful waterfalls

See Australia's most talked about sacred place by 4WD and stay two nights in a cosy bush bungalow. This three day tour of Kakadu is led by an expert guide who’ll show you where remote watering holes are, teach you about Aboriginal culture and show you beautiful and sacred paintings.

What's Included?

  • Two nights' accommodation with private external ensuite
  • Experienced driver guide
  • Seat in a comfortable 4WD vehicle
  • Sunset Yellow Waters wetland cruise
  • Two breakfasts, three lunches, snacks and iced water
  • Kakadu park entry ticket

There’s so much to do and see in Northern Territory.

While this journey starts in Darwin, your destination is the stunning, World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park.

Your guide will direct you to stunning watering holes where you can take a dip, or sit back and admire every inch of its surroundings.

There are vast wetlands to explore from the comfort of your 4WD and plenty of flora and fauna to admire.

You’ll appreciate the ancient art of cave walls, the deep and culminating lookouts at Nadab Floodplain and Nourlangie Rock.

There’s waterfalls to plunge into, walking paths to explore and dirt roads to discover.

Session Length

  • This experience lasts three days and includes two nights accommodation
  • The experience starts in Darwin at 7:30am on day one
  • The experience finishes in Darwin on day three at approximately 6pm
  • Tours depart on Saturdays between May and October inclusive

Guidelines

  • Passengers with special meal requirements or food allergies MUST advise of this at the time of booking
  • A strict luggage limit of 10kg per person main luggage, plus day pack or handbag, applies
  • This experience is not suitable for children under the age of eight years. Child rate is valid for children aged between 8-15 years at the time of the tour departure
  • It is highly recommended all travellers take out travel insurance which covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects
  • BYO alcohol is welcome but no glass is accepted (plastic bottles or cans only)
  • Food, alcohol and hot drinks cannot be consumed in the tour vehicle
  • Accommodation upgrades may be available for an extra charge, arranged prior to booking

Cancellation

Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.

Numbers on the Day

Minimum group size is four and maximum group size is nine.

Weather

Kakadu tours run during the dry season when Darwin and the Top End temperatures are between 24 - 36 during the day and between 15- 22 degrees at night. A light jacket or cardigan is recommend for the evenings and early mornings in the cooler months of June, July and August. May, September and October are more humid and evenings warmer.

Dress Code

Please wear clothing suitable for the tropical climate - cool, loose fabrics are best. Sunscreen, a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses are essential. Shoes for walks must be comfortable and have a good grip as some walks are over uneven and rocky ground. A pair of sandals for around the accommodation is also handy. Please also bring your swimwear and a towel.

Other Info

Please bring a water bottle (either 1 x 1L or 2 x 500ml bottles), your camera and charger, a small torch, insect repellent, toiletries and any medication needed, which can be kept refrigerated if required. If travelling with children, something to do in the car while travelling is a good idea but no colouring pens.

This experience takes place in Kakadu National Park, NT.