3 Day Kakadu & Litchfield Camping Safari

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This 3 Day Kakadu & Litchfield Camping Adventure Safari explores two of the Top End's favourite national parks.

3 Day Kakadu & Litchfield Camping Safari
From$845 aud

Group booking discount

Tour Info

  • Camping
Duration 3 Days
Price From $845

Every Wednesdays - April To September only(Seasonal Tour)

Vehicle Premium Coach
Suitability Open Age
Start Darwin @ Darwin @ 7 am
Finish Darwin @ Darwin @ 7 pm approx
Travel Insurance Required

After joining the tour at your accommodation and meeting your guide and fellow travellers, we leave Darwin and head out to Kakadu National Park. Our first adventure is a crocodile spotting cruise. We stop for a visit at the Bark Hut Inn and continue on into Kakadu. We cross the South Alligator River before heading to Ubirr Rock where we see classic examples of Aboriginal rock art and spectacular 360 views. At the end of the day we travel to our campsite in Kakadu and enjoy a hearty dinner.

Camp: Kakadu Permanent Campsite

Meals: L, D

After breakfast we will head out to explore one of the many magnificent natural attractions in the National Park, dependent on the season and weather conditions. You will have the opportunity to swim in cool clear water, walk through bush tracks and explore spectacular sandstone country. After lunch we travel south out of the park into the historic mining area of Pine Creek. This afternoon transfer to the Litchfield park tour, and then travel to our campsite at Mt Bundy Station.

Camp: Mt Bundy Station Permanent Campsite

Meals: B, L, D

This morning after breakfast we depart for Litchfield Park. Litchfield is famous for its scenic beauty, waterfalls and safe swimming. We visit Florence Falls, Wangi Falls and Buley Rockholes and walk through beautiful rainforests. On the way back to Darwin, we visit the township of Batchelor and return back to Darwin.

Meals: B, L


Darwin has an average temperature of 32°C all year, with varying humidity. The tropical summer, from December to March, is considered by many to be the region's most beautiful time of year. The summer rains bring the natural landscape to life and deliver the picturesque storms and sunsets the Northern Territory is renowned for. The dry season, from May to October, has warm, sunny days and cool nights. At the end of the year, the build up, or pre-monsoon season, begins and humidity levels start their rise. The following chart outlines Darwin's monthly climate averages as an indicator for the whole northern region.

Month Min Max JAN-FEB 24C (75F) 31C (88F) MAR-APR 24C (75F) 32C (90F) MAY-SEP 21C (69F) 31C (88F) OCT-DEC 25C (77F) 32C (91F)


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