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Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Katherine & Litchfield Adventure


Kakadu, Arnhem Land, Katherine & Litchfield Adventure

Day 1

### Day 1: Darwin – Arnhem Land Welcome to Darwin, the Northern Territory's tropical capital. There's no time to waste, so get cracking at 6.30 am and hit the road to Wulna Country, where your Limilngan-Wulna hosts – the land's Traditional Owners – will greet you with a Cul Cul or ??Welcome to Country'. Learn about their culture during bush tucker talks and didgeridoo and basket weaving demonstrations. We continue East along the Arnhem Highway to the Corroboree Billabong on the Mary River for a cruise to learn about the Top End's wetlands and sight the variety of birdlife and the saltwater crocodiles. After lunch we continue to the border of Kakadu and Arnhem Land, Cahill's Crossing, where the 4WD is utilised to traverse the croc-infested East Alligator River. Welcome to Arnhem Land. Learn about the cultural importance of the West Arnhem Land region as your Bininj guide takes you to restricted areas that First Nation ancestors have been visiting for thousands of years. Spend the afternoon learning about the region and its people's history from your guide, before heading back to Kakadu for an overnight stay.

Day 2

### Day 2: Kakadu National Park After fuelling up with an early breakfast, head to Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu's most iconic natural attraction. Take a challenging walk through monsoon forest and over boulders, then recharge with a cooling dip in the clear waters beneath the falls. After lunch head to Anbangbang, another incredible site that features ancient art on what was originally Warramal land. Sadly, there are no surviving Warramal people, so the care of the site is maintained by the neighbouring Mirarr and Djok communities. This afternoon, you have the option of taking a scenic flight over Kakadu or visiting the Bowli Cultural Centre.

Day 3

### Day 3: Kakadu National Park After breakfast, head to either Gunlom Falls or Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) for a swim in another pristine waterhole. Maguk flows down the steep walls of rugged gorge into a beautiful natural plunge pool, while the steep climb to the Gunlom Falls plunge pool is rewarded with sweeping views of Kakadu and the welcome shade of gum trees. Neither option will disappoint. After a relaxing morning, it's time to hit the road. Stop in the old gold-mining town of Pine Creek for lunch before continuing for another 3 hours to your private campsite on the doorstep of Nitmiluk National Park. Once comfortable, have dinner with the group before settling in under the stars for the night.

Day 4

### Day 4: Nitmiluk National Park – Litchfield National Park Spend the day exploring the deep Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge and greater Nitmiluk National Park, a wonderland of colours, ancient rock art, waterfalls and wildlife. While here, you can explore on foot or choose to take a cruise (optional) to get a closer look. Keep in mind that these optional activities are seasonal and at your own expense. In the afternoon, travel to Edith Falls, a hidden oasis of clear, cool waters surrounded by bronze boulders. After a quick swim in the huge rock pools, continue to tonight's camp located at the edge of Litchfield National Park, where dinner awaits.

Day 5

### Day 5: Litchfield National Park – Darwin After breakfast, head to Litchfield National Park. A bit of a local secret, Litchfield is awash with tropical rainforest, gorgeous waterfalls and crystal-clear waterholes. Visit Florence Falls, Wangi Falls or Bluey Rockholes, then tuck into a picnic lunch. Enjoy a stroll through the steamy rainforests and refreshing dip in one of the park's gorgeous swimming holes. In the afternoon, make the 2-hour drive back to Darwin.

Wat is inbegrepen?


Camping - Permanent Tent

Lokaal vervoer

4WD Bus


Breakfast: 4
Lunch: 5
Dinner: 4

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  • What you need to bring will vary according to the trip style you have chosen, the countries you are visiting and when you are travelling.
  • Generally speaking, we recommend you pack as lightly as possible and make sure that you are able to carry and lift your own luggage, and walk with it for short distances.
  • Most travellers carry their luggage in a backpack, although an overnight bag with a shoulder strap would suffice if you travel lightly.
  • Smaller bags or backpacks with wheels are convenient although we recommend your bag has carry straps.
  • You’ll also need a day pack/bag to carry water, camera, and jacket etc. when you’re exploring during the day.
  • This trip requires a sleeping bag

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