Ontdek de betovering van het Kakadu National Park van Australië tijdens deze volle dagtrip vanuit Darwin. Cruise door de beroemde Yellow Waters terwijl u naar krokodillen op de rivieroever uitkijkt en bezoek Nourlangie Rock, bekend om zijn eeuwenoude Aboriginal rotskunst.
No recomiendo este tour, demasiado caro para lo que ofrece, y además no incluye el precio de la entrada al parque que te cobran en el día. El viaje en autobus es muy largo 7-8 horas en total para ver kakadu por la ventanilla, y hacer una pequeña caminata de media hora. El crucero por yellowwater esta bien, pero si vuelvo lo haría como actividad a parte. El conductor va hablando todo el rato, pero solo hay opción de guía en inglés, y habla con mucho acento australiano así que cuesta mucho entenderlo.
A very expensive tour! Not until it was paid for and a voucher issued, does the small print advise that the cost does NOT include entry to Kakadu! How can the cost of a tour of Kakadu NOT include the entry price?? It was a 14 hour day, 10 hours of which were on the bus with a driver suffering from verbal diarrhoea!! 1.5 hours of that journey was to deliver 7 passengers to the airfield for a scenic drive! A 1.5 hr Yellow Water boat ride was pleasant but not overwhelming the aboriginal culture centre and the rock drawings were mediocre to say the least and the toilet facilities were out of action. Lunch was passable, but beyond that there was no other refreshment offered, we had a 10 minute coffee stop at 8am, with 50 passengers there wasn't enough time for everyone to get a coffee, not another break until after the boat ride at 1.20pm, lunch break was 50 mins. Cold water was available from a cooler in the luggage hold of the bus. What should have been a wonderful climax to,our visit was a bitter disappointment, I cannot recommend this tour not this tour operator - I felt ripped off!
Nous avons été déçus par cette excursion qui consiste en 9 heures de bus pour 5 heures en dehors en y incluant le repas !
Donc vraiment beaucoup trop de bus, les commentaires étant en anglais uniquement nos enfants de 10 et 12 ans n'en ont tiré que les rares traductions que nous leur en avons faite.
Aucune activité, aucune interactivité, rien d'amusant ou qui sorte de l'ordinaire.
L'excursion sur les yellow waters était très décevante, pas un croco en vue, que de rares oiseaux. Le repas était correct.
Cette excursion n'est pas adaptée à des enfants ça a été très très long pour les notres qui n'ont trouvé aucun intérêt à cette journée enfermés dans un bus N'y envoyez pas de familles ! et demandez au moins des explications traduites et enregistrées car à part les commentaires du guide il n'y avait vraiment rien d'autre dans cette journée interminable.
We were smart enough to sign up for the airplane flight over Kakadu from the start and it provided a fantastic view of the incredible topography and vastness of the park. However, we were sorry to miss the native cultural center visit as it was during our flight. I asked the other passengers about it but they were not too impressed. I would have liked to have seen for myself. The boat ride was pleasant, with a cheeky tour operator who make it fun. Not much to see during the rainy season but the whole thing was enjoyable. The rock art work at the end was a real treat to see.
Kakadu NP is a 20,000 square km park that is one of the main visits from Darwin and in my view the main reason I wanted to go was for the wildlife, particularly crocodiles. It is an expensive day trip - AUD250 - and an early warning from the driver on the day stated that we were unlikely to see much wildlife in the wet season as there had been a lot of rain, which disperses the wildlife over a wide area of the wetlands. So rather than waste the money I had spent I paid another AUD 250 for the 50 minute flight over the NP to view vast areas of trees and rocks and 3 spectacular waterfalls. This in my view is a huge amount of money for a day trip.
We were lucky enough to see a crocodile on the river trip, but this was the exception rather than the rule
Therefore if you are thinking of taking the tour I would advise not travelling in the wet season - October to April, and particularly not in the monsoon season - Jan - March. Instead go in the dry season - April - October when the chances are higher of seeing wildlife.
Darwin is a small town that can be toured in a day, and so this trip is a popular one. However, it is over-priced
The guides were very good and very knowledgeable - in particular as there was not a lot to show us
Early start and very late finish for this big day trip, but worth every hour and dollar!!
Had a confirmation call from the great team at AAT where I went to pay for the Park entry before departure.
Tour guides were very professional, informative, and friendly with great sense of humour for a big day.
Hadn't planned on the 50min 'add on' flight over Kakadu, but will never regret doing it at the last minute. - Breathtaking!! even over ex Ranger Uranium mine.
Yellow Waters was also a great highlight, seeing soooo many crocs, emu's, sea eagles, water buffalo, and an array of birds including cobalt blue kingfisher.
This tour from Darwin tops most others I have been on. Booking through Viator was so easy and quick.
Just remember your hat and sunscreen for some of the walks, and because of the big day, you may need some nibbles for the bus trip back. This tour should not be missed.
I would never book this tour again! The worst I've joined. It was so stressful!!! The guide asked us all the time to hurry up.No time to refill water bottles or even go to the bathroom. Far too long time on the highway, 8 hours in total. By far not enough time to see Kakadu. Stress stress stress!! Do not go on this tour or any other tour operated by AAT Kings for that matter. Overpriced !!!