Discover the beauty of the Australian outback on this desert camping trip. You'll experience the majesty of red sand plains, wild crocodiles and stunning waterfalls. Lush oasis's and Indigenous cave paintings will blow you away. Expert guides, family friendly and permanent tents with furnishings.
Uncover the magical beauty of the Australian desert on this camping tour that takes you to Kakadu, Katherine and Litchfield. Hike through monsoon rainforest and woodland, swim in rock holes and under stunning waterfalls, spot saltwater crocodiles on a Mary River cruise.
You’ll also take an interpretive cultural walk in Kakadu with Indigenous Australians who teach you about the area’s significance to Aboriginal history and their spirituality. Visit a historic gold mining town and cruise down the Katherine River by boat or canoe.
This trip offers an amazing opportunity to discover the real Aussie outback and get back to nature. The perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of the city. Due to the camping facilities and furnishings, this tour is a more comfortable option than the more basic camping trips. This means this tour is family friendly and more suitable for couples and older people.
Maximum group size is 21 people.
Winter (June, July, August) night time temperatures in the Red Centre and South of the country can reach below zero. From October to March it is likely that you will experience temperatures of over 35 degrees Celsius, and sometimes well into the 40s.
Australia has relaxed attitudes to standards of dress, however the extreme sunshine can cause sunburn- particularly in summer. It is recommend that you bring loose, cool, cotton clothing to protect yourself from the harsh sun. A sun hat, sunscreen and sunglasses are necessary. Bring layers for the night. Warm jacket, thermals, woollen hat is advisable for the colder months.
You will want to bring along your camera. You will need to bring along a water bottle.
Strict baggage limit of 10kg applies when you're at Kakadu. You may leave excess baggage at the Darwin accommodation.
This tour offers permanent tents which feature furnishing, meaning it is more comfortable and less physically straining than the more basic Intrepid tours. This style of tour is therefore family friendly, couple-friendly and generally doesn't attract the typical backpacker traveller.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy: