The Top End Triangle – 6 days
Day 1: Darwin
On arrival you will be met by our representative and transferred to the hotel of your choice. Refresh and enjoy your evening in Darwin. If your stay falls on a Thursday or Sunday night, we suggest visiting the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets (April – October). Overnight in Darwin.
Days 2: Darwin - Kakadu National Park
Breakfast. Depart at 7.30am for Kakadu National Park. Stop at the Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve Where a great variety of fauna can be found here throughout the year as well as a large variety of birdlife. Arrive into Kakadu National Park, the largest national park in Australia with some of the world's oldest rock art and a variety of habitats, including floodplains and savannah woodlands. Head towards Ubirr where we walk through galleries of ancient aboriginal rock art, which your guide will interpret. We finish the day with a look around the Bowali Visitors Centre. Check-in to your hotel and rest of the evening is at leisure. Overnight in Kakadu National Park.
Day 3: Kakadu National Park
Breakfast. Today's highlight is Nourlangie Rock Art Site. The ancient paintings are a window to a rich spiritual tradition and can be reached by the circular 1.5km Nourlangie Rock Art Walk. Your guide will lead you to a short hike at the Nawalandja lookout which has magnificent view of the Arnhem Land escarpment. Our next stop is Maguk (Barramundi Gorge). Make the 1km journey through lush monsoon forest to discover a pristine waterfall and the enticing crystal clear plunge pools.

Late in the afternoon board the sunset Yellow Water Cruise. This is the largest river system in Kakadu and contains extensive wetlands including river channels, floodplains and backwater swamps. Spot the mighty saltwater crocodiles in their natural habitat and buffalo on the floodplains. Local indigenous guides offer an insight into how the billabong's flora and fauna have sustained the Bininj/Munnguy way of life for thousands of years. About one third of Australia's bird species are represented in Kakadu National Park, with at least 60 species found on these wetlands. Return back to your hotel and the rest of the evening is at leisure. Overnight in Kakadu National Park.
Day 4: Kakadu to Katherine
Breakfast. Our first stop is the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre for an insight into the cultural heritage of the park. Then we travel to Gunlom Falls (Waterfall Creek) in the very south of the park. You have the option to take a walk to the top of the falls where pristine rock pools and a spectacular view awaits you. Depart Kakadu, and head south to Katherine with a stop en-route in historic Pine Creek. In the afternoon arrive at Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge - home to 13 spectacular gorges. Overnight in Nitmiluk National Park.
Day 5: Katherine - Darwin
Breakfast. We start today with an authentic cultural experience at Top Didj Cultural Experience and Art Gallery. Activities on offer include sitting with resident artist, Manuel who will tell you tales of tribal life, learning about the local language, hunting and gathering techniques, ceremonies, and aboriginal contemporary life. Create your own Rarrk painting with Manuel and you will also have an opportunity to participate in one of the traditional hunting activities (fire lighting, spear throwing etc.).

After lunch you'll cruise through Nitmiluk Gorge for 2 hours, viewing the beautiful scenery and discovering the customs of the traditional owners, the Jawoyn people. We now travel back to Darwin, late check in at the hotel and rest of the evening is at leisure. Overnight in Darwin.
Day 6: Darwin
Breakfast. Check out and transfer for your flight back home or take an optional 'The Ghan' expedition from Darwin to Adelaide.
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