Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Kakadu, Nourlangie and Yellow Waters Tour with Optional Return Flight to Darwin. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
A memorable day especially the cruise on Yellow Waters with the wonderful guide Dean who steered the boat so all people could view the crocodiles from all angles and the amazing bird life and waterlilies and lotus flowers were beautiful. Buffet lunch was good at Cooinda. Enjoyed the guided walk to Nourlangie and the rock paintings were a highlight to see. The sunset viewed from Window on the Wetland finished the day spectacularly. We would definitely recommoend this trip to others.
Nice trip in the Kakadu park. It's a huge park, so a lot of road to do. I loved the scenic flight (first time), especially over the waterfalls. The crocodile was spectacular in the yellow waters. I recommend this tour (with the scenic flight)
Everything was great the bus driver was very knowledgeable. The only thing I could fault would be the lack of fresh or cool air on the flight. It was very very hot and humid with no air relief at all and toward the end made you feel a little ill. Highly recommended this trip to all my friends. The yellow water cruise was lovely and again the guide was full of wonderful information. Lunch was nice but very rushed. Overall excellent. Thanks.
The flight over Kakadu national park was fantastic and the guided tour on Yellow Waters was very educational and well worth it. There was plenty of birdlife, cocodiles and dingo that starteled all the birds. While it is a long day, there were frequent stops for refreshments. Take plenty of water plus a camera with you.
The cruise was perhaps longer than it could have been, but if you like bird watching you'll love it. The Nourlangie climb was a highlight. Our driver was very knowledgable. We had an excellent introduction to Kakadu. Lunch was good too!
Our trip was fantastic until we were stranded for three hours at an overflowing creek. Our tour operator uses a Mercedes bus with a low fuse box, which forbids the driver to pass through anything more than ten inches of water. After three hours, our group was rescued by a passing tour bus from another company. Using this bus in "wet season" shows total disregard for the customers. The driver stated this was not a rare occurrence.
The tour was very well organised; I did not have to worry about anything.
Highlight was the Yellow Water Cruise, when rocking up right next to a crocodile.
Great day, flight was a little uncomfortable but well worth it. Coach driver passed on loads of info during the day, always interesting and amusing.
This tour was very good, and I would certainly recommend it to others.
This was a long day tour into kakadu. Our first stop was Nourlangie rock where we saw some aboriginal art, but not very much of the surrounding country as the views were restricted. The highlight was the yellow waters cruise, where we saw varied birdlife and a few crocodiles, one of them pretty big.
I along with most of the group chose the optional scenic flight to follow the yellow waters cruise. I thought this was a little disappointing. Firstly it was very expensive. Some of the views were very good, but I probably had the worst seat, as there was a wide panel next to the wing on my side which meant I had to crane my neck to see very much. The plane was also very very small, and therefore very cramped. This small size also meant that the plane was buffeted badly by any amount of turbulence, and also each maneouveral change of direction felt rather abrubt, leading to a pretty uncomfortable ride overall.
Value for money is Ok without the flight, but less so if you have the flight included.
A very enjoyable trip, a good lunch. The only disappointment we didn't see any crocodiles. On all 3 trips the coaches were on time picking us up from our hotel. All the drivers were very professional and informative.