3 Day 4WD Kakadu and Litchfield Tour

    Visit Kakadu and Litchfield National Park over 3 days of adventure, hiking, culture, and outback swag camping.

    Experience Kakadu and Litchfield on our 3 day Kakadu and Litchfield tour.

    Explore Waterfalls, 4WD on rocky tracks, swim in rock pools and search for crocodiles on a wildlife cruise. Mary River Wetlands wildlife cruise offers you the opportunity to spot some of the bird Kakadu is famous for.

    In Kakadu National Park witness 20,000-year-old indigenous art at the two main sights of Nourlangie and Ubirr. Marvel at the pristine waterholes of Litchfield National Park and take a dip to cool off. Plus discover why the termites build their mounds so large in this region of the Northern Territory.

    Venture into Australia’s Top End with our 3 day Kakadu and Litchfield Tour. This is your Top End adventure Kakadu and Litchfield National Park Safari. Swim in plunge pools under waterfalls in Litchfield National Park, learn about Aboriginal Culture from your guide at the Aboriginal art sites of Nourlangie and Ubirr and explore the landscape and waterfalls of Kakadu National Park (World Heritage-listed for both its cultural and natural values), travel along rocky 4-wheel drive tracks as you explore Kakadu.

    Travel in a purpose-built four-wheel drive. If you would like to try camping in Kakadu national park you can sleep outdoors under the stars in a swag. Or you can comfort camp in Kakadu in our Twin Share Safari Tents.

    This tour operates in the dry season from May to October.

    Explore the ‘Top End’ on this camping 3 day Kakadu and Litchfield National Park tour.

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    Kakadu to Litchfield 4WD Camping (Basic Swag)

    Adult( 18 - 99 ) $950
    Child 8-12( 8 - 12 ) $950
    Child 16-17( 16 - 17 ) $950
    Child 13-15( 13 - 15 ) $950
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      Day 1: Darwin to Kakadu National Park

      Start your adventure by departing from Darwin and head out to the Wetlands Region for a Crocodile & Wildlife Cruise on the Mary River Wetlands, a great opportunity to spot a huge range of Top End birdlife, not to mention some fresh and salty apex predators… crocodiles!

      We journey on to Kakadu National Park visiting the Bowali Visitor Centre which offers a beautiful introduction to the Park’s landscape and wildlife. After some relaxation at camp, we journey north to *Cahills Crossing on the border of Kakadu and Arnhem Land.  Here we embark on a cultural tour of a lifetime – cruising down the East Alligator River on the border of Kakadu and Arnhem Land to experience the dreamtime stories of the area, majestic birdlife and of course hope to see crocodiles along where they and the locals aim to catch some barramundi! We will visit one of the best-preserved collections of Aboriginal Rock Art in the world at Ubirr rock upon sunset. This incredibly significant site showcases many styles of Rock Art and allows us to climb up high for a sunset that will blow you away looking out over the Nadab Floodplain. After a big day we head back to our cozy camp and prepare dinner together, enjoying an evening with your fellow travellers.

      Driving Distance: 420km

      Hike Distance and Grading: 1km loop Grade 2-3

      Accommodation: Kakadu National Park Basic Swag or Safari Tents (shared facilities with hot showers and flushing toilets)

      Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner

      Day 2: Kakadu National Park

      We rise and shine early on day 2 and make our way South in Kakadu National Park.

      Today we’ll spend the day soaking up the spectacular natural beauty of the area, hiking through lush monsoon rainforests, swimming in pristine plunge pools and waterfalls surrounded by steep escarpments and rocky cliffs.

      We generally visit Twin Falls or Jim Jim Falls when seasonally accessible, alternatively we will stop in at Maguk or other waterfalls such as Yurmikmik (Motor Car Falls). There are many factors affecting accesibily although your guide will ensure you get the best experience possible.

      Time permitting, we stop at Nourlangie Rock, another indigenous rock art site where archaeologists have uncovered works dating back over 20,000 years old. We explore the evolving social, cultural and environmental changes to the area over time before making our way back to camp for a hearty dinner and a well-earned rest.

      Driving Distance: 150km

      Hike Distance and Grading: 1.5km – 4km

      Accommodation: Kakadu National Park Basic Swag or Safari Tents (shared facilities with hot showers and flushing toilets)

      Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

      Day 3: Litchfield National Park

      Travelling south through Pine Creek, a small pioneering town in the Katherine region outside of Kakadu National Park, famous for its discovery of gold in the 1970’s. We stop for a quick refreshment break at the Adelaide River before our journey leads us to Litchfield National Park.

      We spend the afternoon immersed in Litchfield’s natural oasis of waterfalls, spring-fed streams and rugged sandstone escarpments. We’ll spend time in any combination of Buley Rockholes, Wangi Falls or Florence Falls for a refreshing soak in picturesque rockholes and waterfalls.

      Discover the uniquely impressive Magnetic and Cathedral termite mounds before making our way back to Darwin, arriving back to your accommodation approximately 7:00pm.

      Driving Distance: 500km

      Hike Distance and Grading: 1 – 2 km

      Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

      What To Bring
      Important Booking Info
      • Visit the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park
      • Explore Kakadu Aboriginal Cultural Centre
      • Take a Wildlife Cruise on the Mary River Wetlands
      • Watch for Crocs and Barramundi at *Cahills Crossing
      • Breathtaking Aboriginal rock art and sunset views at Ubirr Rock
      • Be guided through world-class Aboriginal rock art site Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) or Ubirr walk (conditions/seasonality permitting)
      • Adventure to Kakadu’s most impressive waterfalls and plunge pools Maguk, or Jim Jim Falls
      • Relax and cool off at Barramundi Gorge (Maguk) waterfall and serene plunge pool
      • Be impressed by century-old magnetic termite mounds
      • Uncover the wonder of Litchfield National Park’s roaring waterfalls and hidden waterholes
      • Take a dip in the pool

      Essential things to pack

      • 3L Refillable water bottle
      • Hat, sunglasses & sunscreen
      • Beach towel & toiletries
      • Bathers or swimwear
      • Comfortable sturdy hiking shoes (closed shoes)
      • All-weather clothing (extreme conditions day/night)
      • 15kg overnight bag & small day pack
      • Tropical strength insect repellent
      • Mosquito or fly net (summer months)
      • Flashlight, headlamp or torch
      • Recharge power bank limited access
      • Money for snack and meals
      • Camera

      Important Booking Info

      • Safari is not suitable for children under 8 years of age.
      • We will try to cater for most dietary needs and/or food allergies – passengers MUST notify the tour operator of any special dietary requirements, or medical conditions at the time of booking.
      • A minimum moderate level of fitness is required to complete the walks. The length of walks will be between 2km to 4km each day, often over steep rocky sections and in direct sunlight and high humidity. An approximate 9.5km walk is included in this tour. Embarking on walks will be at the guide’s discretion to ensure the safety of guests. Therefore, a medium/high level of fitness is required and a doctor’s certificate is required for people over 70 years (30-days prior to travel).
      • Limited storage space on our vehicle, baggage kept to 1 x 15kg travel bag, 1 x 5kg day bag. Not suitable for mobility-impaired travellers, wheelchairs, walkers or strollers.
      • Basic Swag booking guaranteed live availability. Ask us for more details on the Twin Safari Tent option.
      Where will I sleep on tour?

      Your accommodation is sleeping in a swag. The only stars are in the sky. this is linked live for booking here on the tour page.

      Or you can upgrade to our Twin Share Safari Tents. Ask Us for more details and we get you booked in over email.

      How physically fit do I have to be?

      Our tours are active adventures that include a fair amount of walking, hiking and water-based activities. Walks can extend to 4 hours duration in warm to hot conditions, so a reasonable level of fitness is required, We don’t expressly set any age restrictions. Our tours are true outback adventure camping. Good health is important but ultimately, it is an open and positive attitude that matters. It is very important that any pre-existing medical conditions are discussed before booking.

      Our tours are focused on adventure. This includes 4WD vehicles on rough and rugged dirt tracks, longer hikes and swims. You will get dirty and be challenged. This is not a luxury bus tour.

      How much luggage can I bring?

      You can bring up to 15kg of luggage to be stored in our trailer while traveling, we advise you to bring a day pack for access to day-to-day items.

      What vehicle will we travel in?

      You will be in a 4 x 4 off-road 21-seater vehicle on tour. This is a 4WD vechile.


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