2 Day Kakadu Tour Wet Season

    Immerse yourself in the enchanting Kakadu Tour Wet Season experience. Discover ancient Aboriginal Rock Art, cruise through wetlands teeming with wildlife, and unwind in our glamping tent.

    Embark on an extraordinary Kakadu Tour Wet Season adventure with our exclusive Kakadu Overnight Escape. Discover the magic of the Top End during the lush green season, as we guide you through the highlights of Kakadu National Park in a two-day glamping experience like no other.

    Escape the ordinary and delve into the ancient wonders of Kakadu, where the wet season unveils the region’s true beauty. Marvel at some of the world’s oldest Aboriginal Rock Art, cruise through ancient wetlands in search of prehistoric crocodiles, and immerse yourself in the stories and traditions of the local Aboriginal owners. Our glamping safari tent Kakadu tour ensures you unwind in comfort each evening, choosing between air-conditioned retreat tents with shared facilities or opting for the luxury of a lodge room complete with a TV and ensuite at Cooinda Lodge.

    The Kakadu Tour Wet Season adventure includes a Kakadu Park Pass entry ticket, a mesmerizing Yellow Water Cruise, and the expertise of an accredited outback driver guide. Explore the World Heritage-Listed Kakadu National Park, visit Aboriginal Cultural Centres, and witness the artistry of Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) or Ubirr’s rock art (conditions/seasonality permitting). Indulge in an exclusive dinner menu highlighting the Territory’s flavors and encounter Kakadu’s wildlife on the iconic Yellow Water Cruise.

    Map out your 2-day journey with our Kakadu Tour Wet Season experience, available on Fridays and Mondays from November to March. Relax in the heart of Kakadu in Australia’s bushland, surrounded by the comfort of air-conditioned glamping tents or lodge rooms. Let our passionate guides provide expert commentary, ensuring your Kakadu adventure is a perfect blend of culture, nature, and unparalleled vistas. B
    ook now for an immersive escape into the heart of Australia’s outback.

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    2 Day Kakadu Overnight Retreat - Glamping Tent

    Adult( 18 - 90 ) From $895
    Child 8-12( 8 - 12 ) From $895
    Child 16-17( 16 - 17 ) From $895
    Child 13-15( 13 - 15 ) From $895
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      Day 1: Darwin to Kakadu National Park

      Start your leisurely journey departing from Darwin and heading out the 300 kms to the UNESCO World Heritage-Listed Kakadu National Park. Our summer is lush and tropical, so we’ll stop at a few places along the way to take in some of the amazing scenery on offer including Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve where we can see a huge array of bird and wildlife species endemic to Australia’s Top End. Passing through the Wetlands Region we’ll of course ensure we have a photo at the welcome sign to Kakadu National Park – an unmissable opportunity. The remainder of the morning will see us wind our way through Kakadu to the north of the park, spending some time in the township of Jabiru. Enjoy a picnic lunch here and browse the art (and great coffee) that Marruwuddi gallery has on offer, before heading south to the hub of Cooinda where we will check in to our accommodation and have a leisurely relaxation. This evening’s sunset will take place on board Kakadu’s famous 2-hour Yellow Water Cruise. This cruise is an absolute must-do for every visitor to the region, with the wet summer season’s rainfall resulting in the billabong stretching much further than it does during the dry winter season. Wildlife abounds and the sky will put on a show as you watch the last of the sun fall beyond the horizon. Your evening will be spent enjoying an amazing 3-course hospitality offering exclusively put together for you by Cooinda’s chef and team to highlight the tastes of the Territory.

      Meals: Lunch, Dinner (beverages at own expense). Accom: *Cooinda Outback Retreat Glamping Tent in either a Queen or Bunk bed (with shared bathroom). *Driving Distance: 315km. Hike Distance and Grading: 1km loop Grade 1, flat pathways and/or boardwalks.

      Day 2: Kakadu National Park to Darwin

      You have the potential to rise and shine early on day two and make your way to view the magic of sunrise at Burrungkuy’s Nawurlandja lookout. After admiring the ever-changing colours of this majestic area at this time of day, we will enjoy breakfast close by and then head into Burrungkuy’s main rock art viewing galleries to enjoy some of the best and most notable rock art in Australia. Around mid-morning we will return to check out of our accommodation in Cooinda, and enjoy a cultural art experience in the grounds of Warradjan Cultural Centre which focuses on the central and southern regions of the park. This hands-on art experience will be delivered by local community members including traditional owners. Have the opportunity to explore the cultural centre which also showcases a large gallery and gift shop, and feed your taste buds as we enjoy a picnic lunch in tropical surroundings. After lunch, it’s now time to begin the journey back to Darwin. Winding our way back through around 300 kms of lush Australian bush, allow Kakadu to farewell you as we pass through its amazing biodiverse environment, a notable reason that this wonderful region is UNESCO World Heritage Listed for both natural and cultural values. Returning to Darwin by 6pm, enjoy the remainder of your evening reflecting on the time you’ve spent exploring and the new friends you’ve gained. If hiking, waterfalls and pristine rock pools are next on your list, we look forward to welcoming you back next time during the region’s dry season for further exploration!

      Meals: Breakfast, Lunch. Driving Distance: 315 kms. Hike Distance and Grading: 1km Grade 3 with steep areas. Good general agility and sturdy footwork required.

      What To Bring
      • Immerse in ancient Aboriginal Rock Art during an exclusive Wet Season glamping escape in Kakadu.
      • Cruise through lush wetlands spotting prehistoric crocodiles on the Yellow Water Cruise.
      • Unwind in luxury at Cooinda Lodge, nestled in the heart of Kakadu’s captivating bushland.
      • Explore World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park
      • 2L Refillable water bottle
      • Wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses & sunscreen
      • Swimwear (lagoon style pool available at Cooinda), beach towel & toiletries
      • Comfortable sturdy hiking shoes (tread closed-toe shoes)
      • All-weather clothing (extreme conditions inc wind, heat, cold, day/night)
      • Raincoat, or waterproof jacket
      • 7kg soft bag & small day pack
      • Tropical strength insect repellent
      • Flashlight, headlamp or torch
      • Money for snacks/refreshments
      • Recharge power bank (potential for limited access to power to charge phones or cameras)
      • Camera


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