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Jumping Crocodile cruise, £59 per person - A must for all wildlife enthusiasts, experience a remarkable cruise on the Adelaide River to observe these legendary ancient predators in their natural environment. Situated just 60 kilometres from Darwin, the Adelaide River is home to 1600 deadly saltwater crocodiles and offers some of the best crocodile viewing in the world. After the short journey from Darwin, you will join the renowned Jumping Crocodile Cruise and embark on a leisurely sail along the Adelaide River in search of saltwater crocodiles.
Experience superb close-up views of these ancient predators and witness their raw power as they launch themselves fully out of the water to snatch the food offered by your guide. On conclusion of the cruise, continue to the Window on the Wetlands visitor centre where you can learn more about ‘Salties’ and enjoy sweeping views of the Marrakai Plains. From here, you head to the Fogg Dam nature reserve, a wetlands haven for an abundance of birds and reptiles, before returning to Darwin.
Territory Wildlife tour, £49 per person - Enjoy up-close encounters with the wonderfully unique and varied wildlife of the Northern Territory including the chance to get nose to nose with a Salt Water Crocodile - it’s the closest you’ll ever get to a salty without risking a scratch!
Set within 400 acres of natural bush, including wetlands, monsoon forest and a crystal clear billabong, the Territory Wildlife Park is a haven for the unique wildlife of the Northern Territory. Here you can view frilled lizards, snakes, water monitors, kangaroos, wallabies and an abundance of birdlife as you leisurely stroll along 6 kilometres of walking trails. The park also includes a nocturnal house and a bird of prey centre.
Katherine Gorge tour and cruise, £139 per person -Enter Nitmiluk National Park, home to 13 stunning gorges before joining a leisurely cruise between the sheer sandstone cliffs of Katherine Gorge. A visit to Leliyn (Edith Falls) where there is time for a swim completes a fantastic day.
At 6.15am join your coach to commence a full day Katherine Gorge and Edith Falls tour. Depart Darwin and stop at the Adelaide River War Cemetery, breakfast stop en route (own expense). Enter Nitmiluk National Park, home to 13 stunning gorges, stopping by the Visitor Centre before joining your guided cruise between the sheer sandstone cliffs of Katherine Gorge. Glide along the tranquil waters of this ancient watercourse and enjoy guided commentary detailing the area’s plant and wildlife. Keep and eye out for crocodiles and the splendid array of birdlife. Lunch is included at Katherine Gorge. This afternoon visit Leliyn (Edith Falls) where there is time for a swim (conditions permitting). Return to Darwin, stopping to purchase dinner (own expense) along the way. Tour concludes at approximately 8.30pm, at which time hotel drop offs will commence.
The Elite 4WD Palm Valley experience, £109 per person - Follow a rugged road into the aboriginal homelands of the Arrernte people and into real outback adventure country, the Finke Gorge National Park.
Commence your Outback 4WD experience through the West MacDonnell Ranges and Owen Springs Cattle Station to the Finke River - one of the oldest watercourses in the World! En route you will see much of the natural landscape that has inspired many artists afar. Arrive at Palm Valley where you can enjoy a leisurely walk through time with your guide, viewing unique Livistonia Mariae Palms and ancient cycads, remnants of times gone by. Travel through the Finke Gorge National Park, an oasis in the Desert where you can take a short walk to Kalarranga Lookout for majestic views of the Amphitheatre and the surrounding red sandstone formations; continue to Historic Hermannsburg founded by the Lutheran Missionaries where a delicious two course meal is served including delicious hot apple strudel or scones for dessert. Take a walk through the art gallery and learn about the history of some of our world renowned artists. On the return journey, relax and enjoy watching the changing colours of the magnificent West MacDonnell Ranges in the afternoon light.
Outback balooning adventure, £149 per person - Watch the sun rise over the stunning Red Centre as you gently float high above the bush on this Outback ballooning experience.
Your early morning adventure starts as you head through the Aussie Outback in the pre-dawn darkness to the launch site where you are given the chance to join in the inflation process. As the sun’s first rays start to light the MacDonnell Ranges, the gas burners are ignited and soon your balloon will be climbing high above the scorched red land. Enjoy the wonderful views of the rugged outback and numerous big Red Kangaroos as you drift over this picturesque landscape. Your flight will last either thirty minutes or an hour depending on the trip selected and upon landing you will be taken to a bush campsite where you will be offered a light champagne breakfast.
Transfers back to your hotel and a commemorative flight certificate complete your morning of Outback Ballooning.
Day by day
Day 1 London to Darwin
Depart from the UK for your overnight flight to Darwin.
Day 2 Darwin
Arrive into Darwin and make your own way to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to relax after your flight.
Day 3 Darwin
You have a full day here to enjoy this fabulous Place. With its great restaurants and coast line you will be sure to find something to do.
Day 4 Darwin to Litchfield National Park Mary River Region
Depart Darwin early morning for the short journe to Litchfield National Park where you'll explorethe waterfalls and rugged sandstone escarpmentsDiscover intriguing cathedral and termite mounds and swim, hike and explore Florence and Wangi Falls (an alternative may be provided during the wet season). Meet your indigenous hosts who willgive you an insight into the culture and amazing landscape of the Aboriginal people. Travel to yourprivate campsite in the Mary River region for a niin a permanent tent or a hotel room.(L,D)
Day 5 Mary River Region to Kakadu National Park
Awake early to experience a private two-hour cruise spotting crocodiles, birds, buffalos and other wildlife. Continue off-road to Twin and Jim Jim Fathe icons of Kakadu. Twin Falls Gorge is accessed by 4-wheel drive track, a boat shuttle service, a rocky walking track and boardwalk. Continue to Jim Falls where a walk takes you to the waterfall and plunge pool. Continue to your comfortable campsite or hotel room within the park. (BLD) No Alternative touring during Nov-Apr and May-Jun to Gunlo Barramundi Falls, Yurmikmik or Gubara Springs. $12.50 TwFalls boat shuttle payable locally.
Day 6 Kakadu National Park to Darwin
Take a short hike to Nawurlandja lookout which rewards you with stunning views. It's then onto Ubirr where you will view a wide range of ancientAboriginal art. Climb the Nadab Lookout for panoramic views and, after lunch, visit a gallery showcasing Aboriginal art. Stop at the Mamukala Wetlands which offers a wide variety of birdlife before arriving back at your Darwin hotel.(B,L)
Day 7 Darwin to Katherine
Begin your adventure through the 'Territory' via Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park. Ancien and stone has been carved away by the Katherin River to create a deep gorge. Overnight at a campsite nearby.(L,D)
Day 8 Katherine to Banka Banka
A great start to the day is a soak in the Mataranka Thermal Pools. No trip to the 'Territory' is complete without a visit to the Daly Waters Pub, an important watering hole for explorers in days gone by. The day winds to a close at historic Banka Banka Cattle Station where you will camp for the night.(B,L,D)
Day 9 and 10 Banka Banka to Alice Springs
Pass through Tennant Creek and the Devils Marbles. Arrive at your hotel in Alice Springs where the next day is at leisure. Hotel accommodation is included in Alice Springs on both nights
Day 11 Alice Springs to Uluru
Head south to a Camel Farm for an 'optional' camel ride,followed by a stop at Mount Ebenezer Roadhouse to view or purchase Aboriginal artefacts. After lunch, enter Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park for a visit to the Cultural Centre to learn about local Aboriginal law and religion before a guided walk at the base of Uluru. As the sun disappears enjoy some sparkling wine and nibbles while watching Uluru go through a vibrant colour change. Stay at comfortable permanent tents at your private campsite.(L,D)
Day 12 Uluru to Kings Creek Station
View the sunrise over Uluru and Kata Tjuta from your campsite before driving to Kata Tjuta for a walk through the 'Valley of the Winds'. Continue to Kings Creek Cattle Station and your remote and private, permanent campsite for the night. Enjoy the stunning views out over the George Gill Ranges before a campfire dinner tonight.(B,L,D)
Day 13 Kings Creek Station to Alice Springs
Take a guided walk to see the towering walls, crevices and plateaus of Watarrka (Kings Canyon). Visit the Amphitheatre and the Lost City plus swim in the tranquil 'Garden of Eden'. Arrive in Alice Springs in the early evening.
Day 14 Alice Springs
You have one last full day here to relax after your amazing adventure.
Day 15 Alice Springs to London
This morning make your own way back to the airport ready for your flight home
Day 16 London
Arrive back into the UK after a fantastic Outback adventure!