- Pick up/drop off from Darwin City accommodation
- Adelaide River Jumping Croc Cruise
- Snake handling
- Picnic lunch (cold meat and salad)
- Snacks throughout the day (sweet biscuits and fruit)
- Iced water all day (bring a water bottle to refill)
- Knowledgeable local guides
WHERE WE VISIT
- Wangi Falls
- Florence Falls
- Buley Rock Hole
- Adelaide River
- Tolmer Falls
- Cathedral Termite Mounds
Why do we love this
We love the Jumping Crocodile Cruise inclusion! this is a quintessential 'Top End' experience that is really special.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Take on the incredible Top End with this day trip to Litchfield and beyond. You'll enjoy a full day of bushwalking, swimming, exploring and relaxing in Litchfield National Park. Just a short drive from Darwin City you'll escape into a world of spring-fed waterfalls, monsoonal rainforests, magnetic termite mounds and more!
Departing from 7.00 am, enjoy a complimentary pickup from your Darwin hotel. You'll head straight for the mighty Adelaide River where, from the safety of the Litchfield Tour boat, you'll see prehistoric reptiles being fed in their natural environment! Come face-to-face with the crocs with plenty of fantastic photo opportunities. Apart from the infamous saltwater crocs, the river is also teaming with birdlife.
Later, head to Florence Falls, well known for its natural beauty. It's an amazing location within Litchfield which provides the chance for a short bush walk. Discover two amazing waterfalls here and enjoy exploring the unique bush surrounds.
You'll also visit Buley Rockhole today, a great spot for the group to chill out and relax. Consisting of a series of rock holes that flow downstream to a larger rock pool at the bottom, there's plenty of water fun to be had.
Next, head to Tolmer Falls for a bush walk through Litchfield's most breathtaking landscapes. Follow a track to a lookout with spectacular views over the falls. It's a seriously impressive view!
Your next stop is Wangi Falls, one of the more well-known spots in Litchfield. It's just a short walk into the falls, and you'll enjoy swimming and playing in the large waterfall that awaits. After an exhilarating swim in the cool, spring fed, waterfalls enjoy a fresh picnic lunch including cold meat and salad. There are also a series of boardwalks nearby which you can explore and learn more about the Northern Territory natural wildlife and flora.
You'll also get to check out a natural wonder today, the Cathedral Termite Mounds. Home to one of the longest living insects on earth, these structures are unique to the northern parts of Australia and are truly impressive.
In the late afternoon, you'll head back to Darwin arriving at approximately 6.30pm.