Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Litchfield National Park Day Tour from 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 very pleasant day. Swimming in the waterholes was great but very dangerous on slippery rocks to get in.
it's ok to do, only because in darwin there's nothing else to do! so you visit the parks, if you are lucky you see some crocodiles, its very hot, many many flies around, food is not good, you are longer in the bus than outside... this is a kind of holidays..!
It was a great day, absolutely jam packed. We were well looked after. I would recommend it to a mature person as I was the youngest person on the trip.
A long day with a lot of travelling. Some older people on our trip found the walks to the various falls very arduous in the heat, so be aware of this.
The highlight are the Billabongs and rock pools we stopped at. Come prepared for swimming! The trip to/from Darwin is long and less rewarding, so also come prepared to snooze.
It is a "small" tour. Lots of time to relax. It is possible to hike on your own. But don't expect a decent lunch, bring your own food.
We all enjoyed the trip to Litchfield well worth a visit, very enjoyable, the driver(Mick) was great very knowlegable. The only downside was we travelled on a small minibus and although not full, there was nowhere to store bags and wasn't that comfortable for a long journey.
Nice tour guide, lots of information and interesting facts. The park is lovely, the waterfalls very pretty.
The locations were amazing but we were unable to hear the tour guide (bus driver) and when asked to speak-up said his throat was sore from the previous day so we weren't able to hear about the places we went.
Least enjoyable tour of our holiday. We travelled in a mini bus - no cold water available (unlike all other tours which carried ample cold water). The main emphasis of our guide was to get it over with as quickly as possible, fo example the first thing he told us on the bus was that we would return an hour earlier than scheduled. He then seemed to focus on going as fast as possible between stopping points. Not a good day. We personally found a two hour stop at the Wangi Falls was too long, particularly as we did not want to swim. Even the swimmers found it too long.
We saw a lot, but didn't have enough time to go swimming nor to dry off and change clothes. Our guide was ok, but talked only dryly about the history. He did not document the places of interest. Food was not included. And the sandwich, which one had to buy, was too expensive for the quality. I would never do this trip again nor recommend it!