Day One (L, D)
The tour begins early, and we’ll make our way straight to Kakadu, only stopping off on the way at the White Lily Billabong for morning tea. We’ll push on to Gunlom Falls, where you’ll have a chance to hike to the top and gaze out over the views below. Laze about on the sandy beach or splash about in the plunge pool at the base of the falls.
We’ll camp under the stars right by the waterfall at Gunlom.
Day Two (B, L, D)
We’ll head to Koolpin Gorge, a special permit access only site, where you can walk up the gorge through incredible wild scenery, passing pretty rock pools and ancient trees as you go. This area is rich in indigenous history and you will learn about the importance of the site to the Aboriginal people. Visitation numbers to this stunning remote location are limited to 40 per day, so you can enjoy the exclusive experience away from the crowds.
We’ll stay at Gunlom again on the second night.
Day Three (B, L, D)
On day three, we’ll head to Maguk, or Barramundi Gorge as it’s often known. Here, you’ll have the whole day to hike, swim, explore, and relax, checking out hidden spots and learning about the incredible natural scenery of the area. After lunch, we’ll move onto Jim Jim Falls before we bed down for the night at the exclusive safari camp at Garnamarr.
Day Four (B, L, D)
We’ll start off by heading to Twin Falls where you can walk to the top of the waterfall and take a dip in the welcoming pools. Afterwards, it’s onto Jim Jim Creek for a bite to eat and the chance to gaze out over the stunning views of the Arnhem Land escarpment from Budjimi Lookout.
Afterwards, you can take a stroll through the vine forests and relax on the sandy beach and in the pools at the base of the falls. We’ll stay at Mardugal overnight, with a traditional Aussie BBQ where you can try crocodile, buffalo, and kangaroo.
Day Five (B, L)
The day begins with a trip to Nourlangie Rock, where you can learn about the rich Aboriginal history that imbues the area. Afterwards, we’ll move onto Gunwhardewharde lookout for stunning views, and the Bowali Information Centre to learn more about the surrounding culture.
On the way back to Darwin, we’ll stop off at the Mamakala wetlands for some birdwatching and take a fun wildlife cruise on the stunning expanse of the Corroborree Billabong.
B – breakfast provided
L – lunch provided
D – dinner provided