Ubirr & Kakadu Combo Tour Wet Season Day Tour 2021
Departing from Darwin at 7:15am
Kakadu is Australia’s largest National Park and no trip to the Northern Territory would be complete without a visit to this world-famous icon. It is World Heritage listed for not just its spectacular natural beauty but also its outstanding cultural value. It is home to the world’s oldest living culture, hosting some of the world's most significant rock art. The sacred sites at Ubirr are one of the reasons for Kakadu's dual World Heritage status.
The Wet Season offers a rich, verdant vista, teeming with wildlife on the floodplains, whilst flowing streams and dramatic waterfalls accentuate the escarpment and Stone Country. With many areas of Kakadu inaccessible by road during this time of year, the destination offers a multitude of activities that will ensure you have a memorable experience of Kakadu.
Enjoy nearly two hours of spectacular scenic flying, exploring the everchanging Kakadu landscape and discovering secretive waterfalls and iconic natural and cultural features dotted throughout the Park. Take in the wonderful pristine wilderness of this unique landscape as you leisurely cruise along Kakadu's East Alligator River with Guluyambi Cultural Cruises. Visit one of Kakadu National Park's famous Aboriginal rock art galleries and glimpse the timeless culture of the Bininj / Mungguy people at Ubirr and still be comfortably back in Darwin by late afternoon.
- Live and recorded commentary
- Guaranteed window seat
- Several hours of scenic flying
- Trip to famous Aboriginal rock art Ubirr
- East Alligator Cruise with Guluyambi Tours
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