Whether you want to spend time on dry land, walking escarpments or cruising the many waterways, river systems and wetlands in Kakadu National Park, you can choose from many different tours to embark upon or even arrange the rental of your own transportation so that you can set your preferred itinerary. With a variety of tour operators running daily trips throughout the year no matter if you are visiting in the Dry or Wet Season, you can see all that Kakadu has to offer.
Yellow Water is one of the main attractions that Kakadu has to offer so why not come on board a river cruise for the day where you can see crocodiles lying on the banks of the river, a variety of bird life and some of the most diverse eco systems in the world. Join a sunset cruise up the river or embark on a guided tour around the wetlands of Kakadu. There are so many guided hiking trips that include a number of wonderful attractions with trips to Aboriginal Rock Art Sites, swimming holes, lookouts and historical sites. Learn about bush tucker foods with a local Aboriginal elder as you dine in the bush for lunch or join a tour group that will take you past one of the biggest concentration of Aboriginal Rock Art in Australia.
There are scenic flights over Twin Falls and Jim Jim Fallswhich are the only way to see these attractions of Kakadu if you are touring through here in the Wet Season or perhaps you might like a helicopter ride over the falls and surrounding region. You can join a camping adventure for the night, go four wheel driving or join a safari. All depending on how much time you have up your sleeve you can book onto a one day tour, two day, three day or stay out for even longer. There are some great day tours that will let you see many of the sights and delights of Kakadu all from the comfort of a luxury air conditioned coached or you can rough if with an overnight outback adventure that will leave a lasting impression.
All of the tours that you can do will include a variety of up close and personal experiences with crocodiles, rock wallabies, dingoes, goannas and many different species of birds and if the season is right you can swim in watering holes, hike through rainforests and see some of the most beautiful eco systems in the world. The tours on offer to see Kakadu are suited to all travellers so you can stay in hotels and lodges or camp out for the night under the star strewn sky.
If you wish to see Kakadu on your own time why not take a look at the number of rental options that you can take advantage of that include the chance to book out a campervan, motorhome, trailer or four wheel drive to see the sights. With many of the main roads being completely sealed to the caravan parks and attractions, you don’t have to have a four wheel drive to get here. Arrange for your preferred type of transportation that a reputable car company that can put together a great deal for you so you can begin your holiday in paradise.
There are a number of great tours and rental options for you to take a look at, so all you need to do now is decide if you would like to sit back and let someone else do the driving for you or perhaps set your own tracks.