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Découvrez le parc national de Kakadu classé au patrimoine mondial lors de cette excursion interactive d'une journée au départ de Darwin. Lors de cette visite en petit groupe à Kakadu, votre guide vous expliquera les anciennes œuvres des sites artistiques de l'Ubirr Rock, vous pourrez observer les œuvres au niveau du sol ou monter jusqu'au sommet pour admirer le panorama à 360° sur les marécages depuis le belvédère de Nadab, participer à la croisière culturelle Guluyambi sur le fleuve East Alligator, pour en savoir plus sur l'histoire et la culture des habitants et de la terre et les rejoindre sur la Terre d'Arnhem, où il y aura une petite démonstration culturelle. Votre guide professionnel vous accompagnera tout au long de la journée, et partagera avec vous ses connaissances et des histoires.
Thank you Offroad Dreaming for a fantastic tour. Norm our guide for the day provided us with a lot of information and an enjoyable trip which kept us laughing and awake till we got home. Our two guides, Hilton and Tyrone, who took us on the boat trip, also provided us with great information regarding their precious land. We highly recommend this trip to get a taste of Kakadu. We would have loved to have spent a lot more time in one of the most beautiful places in Australia. We are very thankful for the preservation of Kakadu for everyone to enjoy and we hope that it stays in this pristine condition for years to come. Trevor and Penny
Superb. Enjoyable Comfortable Relaxed Informative tour with a small group in an air con coach frequent short stops on the way and a welcoming, engaging guide, Neville. Spectacular scenery at Nourlangie Rock and landscape and birds on Yellow River cruise the wet season Kakadu destination. Fresh delicious picnic lunch provided. We highly recommend Offroad Dreaming company. Lesley
Aboriginal pictures are really worth seeing. The area of Arnhemland is a beautiful, nothing like place. Cruising along the river with crocodiles was good. A pleasant bonus - visiting the swamp with birds and meeting with a large group of wallaby. Our guide was delicious
However, it should be taken into account that the very high cost of this tour does not include unreasonably high NP entry fee
A great tour. Our guide, Neville, was a wealth of knowledge and the sites we visited were amazing. The view over Arnhem Land was breathtaking and worth the climb. The cruise on the East Alligator River was a good way to spend the afternoon. Our Indigenous guide was really interesting and gave us a good insight into his culture. A long day, but well worth the early start.
Great trip to Kakadu with Nev for our guide. He is very knowledgable about the area and the indigenous people and did everything possible to make the day very enjoyable. Rock art at Umbirr was amazing and thoroughly explained to us. Crocodile sightings in Alligator River were numerous and our indigenous guide was very informative and funny. We were able to enter Arnhem Land without a permit as we were with a traditional owner. Also called at a wetland with numerous waterbirds among the water lillies.
This was an exceptionally good tour this comment coming from a person resistant to organized tours. Seeing the petroglyphs at the remote Ubirr Art Site, one could identify with the inspiration for artwork from ancient to more recent times. The rock formations themselves were awe inspiring. Having a tour guide whose expertise was archeology added to a deeper understanding of the experience. Athough the day was long, from before sunrise till after sunset, the activities were well paced. The flavorful lunch and snacks provided took individuals dietary needs into consideration. The Guluyambi cruise, with upclose viewing of crocs and with demonstrations of indigenous hunting techniques, was a nice complementary afternoon activity. Within the tour group, a comfortable dozen or so people, there were individuals with whose expertise made discussions quite interesting. Glimpses of wallabies and other species unique to the area added to awareness that this was a nearly pristine a flora and fauna.