We conduct exclusive, 7 hour safaris within Kakadu National Park that combines wildlife and aboriginal bush food (bush tucker) gathering, and many other interactive aspects of aboriginal culture with a real bush aboriginal guide, culminating in a traditional aboriginal campfire bush food cook-up at sunset. This tour is for open-minded people looking for a personalised and earthy experience. We show you the Kakadu you imagined.
Our safari has exclusive access to wildlife rich wetlands and tropical savannah woodland within Kakadu National Park including exclusive access to a seasonal unbelievable bird gathering spectacle. Small groups (max. 18 persons).
We stand out from the rest by providing exclusive wildlife viewing access, in an open-sided 4wd safari vehicle and extensive personal teaching from our expert aboriginal guide with a focus on hands-on activities that utilise all of your senses.
We provide a truly unique and authentic experience.
1pm daily (May - October) and returns about 8.15pm
Departs Gagudju Lodge Cooinda (near Yellow Waters), Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia. (travel suggestions to get to Cooinda and the advantages of self-driving Kakadu and buses from Darwin).
* Children under 4 years: If the child requires their own seat then the child's price will be charged however the child may sit on a parent's lap (and not allocated a seat) for free. This safari does involve considerable time in the vehicle so please consider other guests if opting to have small children on your lap - it may be better for everyone if you pay a little more and have the child allocated their own seat.
You can book online by clicking on "Book Now" or by contacting us.
Hat, shoes, light covering clothing (prevents insects and sun), small water bottle, camera, insect repellant.
Our safari is run in small groups with a maximum of 18 people. Secure your place by booking now.
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