Exploring the Northern Territory? Kakadu Adventure Tours are filled to the brim with adventure. From the many cascading waterfalls, to the dense jungles, Australian wildlife and rocky escarpments - Kakadu is where adventure begins. Starting in Darwin, on a Kakadu Adventure tour you'll visit the highlights such as the breathtaking Jim Jim Falls in Kakadu National Park.
The Northern Territory's capacity for adventure doesn't start and finish in Kakadu National Park however, with tours setting off from Darwin you can visit Litchfield National Park as well as Katherine.
Kakadu Tours From Darwin Highlights
- Mary River cruise
- Pudakul Cultural Experience
- Jim Jim Falls Walk
- Twin Falls Walk
- Twin Falls Gorge River Cruise
- Maguk (Barramundi Gorge)
- Pine Creek Gold-Mining Centre
- Edith Falls
- Buley Rockholes
- Florence Falls
- Litchfield National Park
- Wangi Falls
Adventure Tours From Darwin
Kakadu & Litchfield 3 Day Adventure
Cascading tropical waterfalls welcome you in this Kakadu and Litchfield adventure. Cruise the croc-inhabited waters of the Mary River Wetlands, hike to Ubirr to see ancient Aboriginal rock art and marvel at the beautiful Maguk Waterfalls. A 4WD Safari through Kakadu is the perfect way to see the very best of this diverse and rich landscape.
4 Day Kakadu, Katherine & Litchfield
This tour visits the big 3 attractions of the Top End – Kakadu, Katherine and Litchfield. Learn the ancient traditions of the local aboriginal people on a 2hr interpretive cultural experience in Katherine that includes chance to try painting your own indigenous artwork. Cruise the croc-inhabited waters of the Mary River Wetlands and marvel at the beautiful Katherine Gorge and Maguk (or Gunlom Falls). This tour is great for families and older travellers that still want to experience some Top End adventure.
5 Day Top End Explorer
The highlights of this trip include 4WD adventures, learning about Aboriginal culture, visiting Twin Falls as well as the breathtaking Jim Jim Falls in Kakadu National Park. We visit Litchfield National Park as well as the beautiful Katherine Gorge. You’ll have the chance to go croc-spotting on a wildlife boat trip and spend a night under the stars at our private campsite. This tour starts and ends in Darwin.
Kakadu Travel Guide
Discover Australia’s biggest National Park
Fun fact – Kakadu National Park is roughly the size of Slovenia, so with 20,000 kilometers squared to explore, she’ll certainly keep you busy!
Amongst an ever-changing landscape of desert, lakes, forest, wetlands and escarpments, there are bountiful pieces of natural beauty coexisting next to some real Aussie wildlife. And when we say real Aussie wildlife we mean the likes of massive saltwater crocs, monitor lizards, turtles and more!