U vaart over de Adelaide en kunt springende krokodillen spotten tijdens deze spannende tour vanuit Darwin. Observeer deze oeroude zoutwaterkrokodillen van dichtbij wanneer ze uit het water springen om naar hun voedsel te happen.
This tour was great! Our driver/guide was knowledgeable and had quite the sense of humor. Not only did we see the jumping crocs, which were amazing, we visited the Fogg Dam and saw tons of birds, buffalo, and wallabies. It was a worthwhile experience and I would recommend it.
The crocodile cruise is extremely nice but aatkings is charging too much. The actual price, of you drive up there yourself is 40$. Also, we wasted 1 hour driving around Darwin and picking up people in different hotels.. a trip should have been 3h and they made it 5 by being SO slow...
Excellent trip, loved it!! Getting that close to crocs was amazing, the stop at the lookout was very interesting, and the drive out on the nearby dam gave us a chance to see other birdlife quite close up. Full marks for the whole trip.
Great tour. The guide Paul was very knowledgeable and the van was very comfortable to ride in. The cruise down the river was great with amazing crocs jumping out and birds swooping in to get hand fed. Very hot out on the water, so lots of sun screen and water needed to survive the trip.
Such a great experience! Everyone was friendly and accommodating. We were late for the shuttle pick up at our hotel and they left without us totally our fault, but the tour company was kind enough to send someone to drive us to the meeting point on the Adelaide River. Peter from AAT Kings was full of knowledge and local insight, turning our mistake into a wonderful drive. The cruise itself was awesome, very informative and exciting. We saw 5-6 salt water crocs up close and they all jumped. The only down part was we were on the small boat and my husband and I both super pale got stuck sitting at the front in full sun. Probably had a better view though! After watching these massive animals launch themselves out of the water we headed to the Window on the Wetlands, which is kind of sad and needs an upgrade. Please give them your support and dollars, because it could be great. Last stop was Fogg Dam Nature Reserve, which was closed for walking due to crocodiles, but we were able to drive across and our guide provided lots of good information and pointed out all sorts of wildlife including rare birds and wallabies. Again, super friendly and informative. Will definitely do another AAT Kings tour if we go back to Australia.