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3 Day Kakadu/Litchfield Camping Tour April-May
- Trip Styles: Budget
Are you looking for an unforgettable adventure in the Northern Territory? Look no further than a 3-day Kakadu/Litchfield camping tour from April to May!
The tour starts with a scenic drive through the lush wetlands and rainforests of Kakadu National Park. Here, you’ll get the chance to experience the iconic Nourlangie Rock, an ancient sandstone formation featuring Aboriginal rock art and stunning views. You’ll also get the chance to explore the Ikoymarrwa Rock Holes (Moline), a sacred site for the local Aboriginal people, with several rockholes and a complex network of cave systems.
From there, you’ll head to Litchfield National Park and visit the stunning twin waterfall of Wangi Falls. This picturesque spot is surrounded by lush rainforest and offers a great swimming spot. Then, take a remote hike to Tolmer Falls, where you’ll find a beautiful cascade waterfall with a tranquil plunge pool surrounded by spectacular sandstone walls.
The final stop is Florence Falls, located in Nitmiluk National Park. This stunning waterfall features a plunge pool surrounded by monsoon rainforest and is a great spot for swimming and admiring the spectacular views.
To top off your tour, you’ll also get the chance to take a Wetland Cruise on Corroboree Billabong. This is a great way to explore the wetlands of Kakadu National Park, with opportunities to observe local wildlife and birdlife.
So don’t miss out on this amazing 3-day Kakadu/Litchfield camping tour from April to May and make unforgettable memories in the Northern Territory.
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Our travellers often combine this trip with some of these trips:
- Visit Nourlangie Rock the iconic sandstone rock formation in Kakadu National Park, featuring Aboriginal rock art and stunning views.
- See the Ikoymarrwa Rock Holes (Moline) is a sacred site for the local Aboriginal people, featuring several rockholes and a complex network of cave systems.
- Wangi Falls, the beautiful twin waterfall located in Litchfield National Park, surrounded by lush rainforest and offering a great swimming spot.
- Tolmer Falls, a remote cascade waterfall in the Northern Territory, with a picturesque plunge pool surrounded by spectacular sandstone walls.
- Florence Falls is a stunning waterfall located in the Nitmiluk National Park, featuring a plunge pool surrounded by monsoon rainforest.
- Go on a Wetland Cruise on Corroboree Billabong is a great way to explore the wetlands of Kakadu National Park, with opportunities to observe local wildlife and birdlife.
- This tour is for travel in April and May. For travel in June to September on the same tour please book our 3 Day Camping Kakadu Tour.
When can I travel on this tour?
This tour is for travel in April and May.
For travel in June to September on the same tour please book our 3 Day Camping Kakadu Tour.
Do I need to bring my own camping equipment?
We supply all the necessary equipment to make your camping experience as comfortable as possible.
We provide swags, tents, camp chairs, cooking equipment, tables, lamps/lights, torches and eskies.
How fit do i need to be for this tour?
Kakadu, Arnhemland and Litchfield are rough and rugged stone bush country. In many of the places we access and those listed in the itinerary, there are cleared walking tracks, but not boardwalks or handrails. Some of the walks are over slippery and uneven ground, and we will always advise caution when walking over these surfaces. A reasonable level of fitness & stable footing is required for most locations in these itineraries and to make the most of the experience. Territory Expeditions has designed these tours for the fit and active.
To get the most out of this trip you need to be prepared for walks of between 3-8 km on some days. This may be on rough ground and perhaps getting feet wet in rivers and creeks. From Oct to March you will experience temperatures of over 35 degrees Celsius (and sometimes well into the 40’s) so be prepared to endure extra physical stress due to the heat at these times, especially while on walks.
These extreme outside temperatures can also place stress on the air-conditioning units within our vehicles which can make travelling uncomfortable. Your tour guide will assist with regular breaks and information to assist in keeping well hydrated.