Ein spektakulärer Ausflug zur Katherine.Schlucht ist eines der vielen unvergesslichen Erlebnisse, die Australiens Northern Territory zu bieten hat. Auf der Reise von Darwin zur Katherine-Schlucht besuchen Sie den Nitmiluk-Nationalpark, wo Sie uralte Kunst der Aborigines auf den Felswänden, die üppige Flora und Fauna der Region und vielleicht sogar ein paar Krokodile sehen! Freuen Sie sich auf eine Bootstour - ein Höhepunkt des Besuchs in der Katherine-Schlucht -- und genießen Sie ein erfrischendes Bad in den Krokodil-freien Edith-Fällen, bevor es zurück nach Darwin geht.
Disappointed with this trip as we'd been looking forward to it. Lack of information regarding swimming, closure of one of the gorges, access to the rock art etc left us feeling somewhat underwhelmed. We understand that this was caused by nature, but it would have been nice to have been informed prior to the trip. Add to that being told we only had 30 minutes to purchase and eat or dinner on the way home compounded our disappointment. Diver/guide Michael was friendly but didn't always seem to be on top of the information about the areas we passed through. Very long day and not sure if it was worth it.
A very enjoyable day .The home made scones,jam and cream at Emerald Springs morning tea and the Barramundi for evening meal were excellent The Katherine gorge was brilliant ,an extremely good day, but very long trip.
Not worth the money, long driving, you see 3 things in that day. Gorge was Very disappointing, no birds, no crocodiles, a boatride with a walk to the second boat because of the level of the water. Very nice driver. Other trips are much nicer.
My wife and I used the reviews section to make our choice and were not disappointed. As previous travellers stated it was indeed a very long day. Our driver Micheal was a very obliging driver, guide and carer with a good sense of humour. We were treated to greenery due to recent rainfalls which he stated was highly unusual for this time of year. When we arrived at Katherine Gorge for our boat trip were not expecting to see so many bats. The only negative for any older travellers who do not or are not able to walk so far is the distance between the two boat trips. Stage 1 travels down the river and there is a considerable walk to stage 2 of the river journey which is the the actual destination. The walk is definintely worth the effort. Water is available but the need to carry and drink water was repeatedly stressed. Very enjoyable and satisfying trip and well worth the money.
A very long day but most enjoyable. Comfortable air condit coach. Cruise on gorge beautiful even though it was 40 degrees. You actually go on a boat get off and short walk to another boat. Scenery lovely. On way back stopped at Emerald springs for dinner. Yummo..i had Barramundi burger.. beautifully cooked. Owner of place a very happy and funny man. Back to Darwin about 9pm. Well worth the trip.