2 Days Kakadu

Darwin, Northern Territory

We are offering the Best Experience of the Kakadu National Park in just 2 days. It is a private tour, directed by mature and experienced tour guides. We are going to have a full immersion in the Kakadu NP, getting to know the old aboriginal culture, we are going to have fun swimming in majestic waterholes, we are going to experience the different Kakadu landscapes, as the wetlands, the monsoon forest or the Rocky Hills. A serie of unforgettable hikes, feeling the magic spirit of this ancestral land. Everything in a 5 star customer service!

Powered by:
Darwin, Northern Territory
On the Ground, Sightseeing Tours
From price per



Day 1: Darwin to Kakadu

Stop At: Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve, Arnhem Highway, Humpty Doo, Northern Territory Australia
Fogg Dam, located in the Northern Territory of Australia, is a wetland conservation reserve renowned for its rich biodiversity and birdwatching opportunities. It’s situated about 70 kilometers east of Darwin, near the Adelaide River. The dam was initially constructed for agricultural purposes, but later it was repurposed as a wildlife sanctuary.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Adelaide River, Adelaide River, Top End, Northern Territory
Jumping crocodiles, also known as “salty cruises” or “croc tours,” are a popular tourist attraction in the Northern Territory of Australia, particularly in areas like the Adelaide River near Darwin. These tours offer visitors the thrilling experience of seeing saltwater crocodiles in their natural habitat, often luring them to the surface with bait before encouraging them to leap out of the water.

The saltwater crocodile, or “salty,” is one of the largest and most formidable predators in the world, capable of launching itself out of the water with surprising agility to catch prey. During jumping crocodile tours, operators entice these massive reptiles to leap out of the river using meat on a stick, giving tourists a close-up view of their powerful jaws and impressive athleticism.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Kakadu National Park, Kakadu National Park, Top End, Northern Territory
Stop at the Welcome Sign.
Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Ubirr, Oenpelli Road, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory Australia
Ubirr, located in Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia, is renowned for its rich Indigenous cultural significance and stunning natural beauty. It’s an area of immense cultural and historical importance to the Aboriginal people of the region, particularly the Bininj/Mungguy people.

Ubirr is famous for its ancient rock art galleries, which feature intricate and well-preserved Aboriginal rock paintings that date back thousands of years. These artworks depict scenes from Indigenous mythology, spiritual beliefs, and everyday life, offering valuable insights into the cultural heritage of the region.

In addition to its cultural significance, Ubirr boasts breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, including vast floodplains, lush wetlands, and rugged sandstone escarpments. Visitors can explore walking trails that lead to various rock art sites and lookout points, providing opportunities to appreciate both the natural and cultural wonders of the area.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Cahills Crossing, Arnhem Highway / Oenpelli Road Kakadu National Park, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory 0822 Australia
Cahill’s Crossing is a notorious and potentially dangerous river crossing located in Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia. It spans the East Alligator River, which is home to a significant population of saltwater crocodiles, known locally as “salties.” The crossing is a part of the Arnhem Land escarpment route and connects Kakadu National Park with Arnhem Land.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Nourlangie Rock, 52 kilometre_s from Jabiru Along A Sealed Road, Jabiru, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory 0886 Australia
Nourlangie, also known as Burrungkuy, is a significant Aboriginal cultural site located within Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia.

The rock shelters at Nourlangie have been inhabited by Aboriginal people for thousands of years, making it one of the oldest continuously occupied areas in Australia. The rock art found here provides a window into the spiritual and cultural practices of the Bininj/Mungguy people, depicting stories, ceremonies, and traditional hunting scenes.

Nourlangie is home to some of Kakadu’s most iconic rock art sites, including the Anbangbang Gallery, which features a diverse array of paintings spanning thousands of years. These artworks are remarkably well-preserved and offer valuable insights into the cultural heritage of the region.
In addition to its cultural significance, Nourlangie offers spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, including rugged sandstone escarpments, lush wetlands, and expansive floodplains.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Picnic Breakfast Included.
• Lunch: Picinic Lunch Included
Accommodation included: Overnight at the Crocodile Hotel. 4.5 stars.

Day 2: Kakadu to Darwin

Stop At: Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory Australia
Jim Jim Falls is one of the most iconic and spectacular waterfalls in Kakadu.
The falls cascade over a sheer cliff face, plunging into a deep plunge pool below. During the wet season, when water flow is at its peak, Jim Jim Falls is an awe-inspiring sight, with water thundering down the cliff and creating a misty spray in the air. However, during the dry season, the falls can reduce to a trickle or even stop flowing altogether, depending on rainfall levels.
Accessing Jim Jim Falls can be an adventure in itself, as the area is remote and only accessible by 4WD vehicles via a rough dirt track. From the car park, visitors must embark on a challenging hike through rocky terrain and monsoon forest to reach the falls. The hike typically takes around 1-2 hours each way, depending on fitness levels and weather conditions.
The surrounding landscape is breathtakingly beautiful, with towering cliffs, rugged escarpments, and lush vegetation providing a dramatic backdrop to the falls.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Barramundi Gorge (Maguk) Waterfall, Kakadu NT 0822, Australia
Barramundi Gorge is famous for its stunning waterfalls, crystal-clear plunge pools, and picturesque surroundings. It offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy swimming in refreshing natural pools surrounded by lush vegetation and towering sandstone cliffs.

Access to Barramundi Gorge typically involves a scenic hike through monsoon forest and rocky terrain. The trail leads to the main swimming area, where visitors can take a dip in the cool waters and relax amidst the tranquil beauty of the gorge. During the wet season, when water flow is at its peak, Barramundi Gorge is particularly impressive, with the waterfall cascading dramatically over the rocks.

In addition to swimming, Barramundi Gorge is also a great spot for picnicking, wildlife watching, and photography.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Yellow Water Billabong Cruise, Kakadu Hwy, Kakadu NT 0886, Australia

The name “Yellow Water” comes from the color of the water, which is often stained a golden hue by tannins leaching from surrounding vegetation. The wetland is fed by the South Alligator River and consists of a complex network of billabongs, floodplains, and channels, making it a haven for wildlife.

Yellow Water is one of the best places in Kakadu National Park for wildlife viewing, particularly birdwatching. The wetland is home to a diverse array of bird species, including egrets, herons, jabirus, brolgas, and the iconic magpie geese. It’s also a prime habitat for other wildlife, such as crocodiles, buffalo, and various species of fish.
Visitors to Yellow Water can explore the wetland on guided boat cruises, which offer opportunities to spot wildlife up close while learning about the cultural and natural significance of the area from knowledgeable guides. These cruises typically operate year-round and provide a unique perspective on the wetland environment
Duration: 2 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Hotel Breakfast
• Lunch: Picnic Lunch
No accommodation included on this day.


Darwin, Northern Territory

Powered by:
Darwin, Northern Territory
On the Ground, Sightseeing Tours
From price per



Complete the form below and one of our Australian Travel specialists will be in touch within 1 business day

    Why book with

    Travel Experts

    We’re not just experts, we’re travellers and we’re here to help you.

    Real Locals

    We are an Australian team which means you’re dealing with a local.


    Each Holiday Package is hand-picked and tested by our expert team.

    Best Value

    Get the lowest prices on the best accommodation, tours & activities

    Full Support

    Before, during and after your Holiday, we’re with you all the way.

    Plan & Book

    Choose one of our packages, and our team will build and book you a detailed itinerary.

    Freedom & Flexibility

    Our Packages are totally flexible. Change what you want whenever you want.

    No Booking Fees

    There’s no booking fees when you choose an Holiday Package.

    Sit back & relax

    You'll get an interactive itinerary with everything you need for your holiday.



    We would like to thank our partners and associations for their support and ongoing commitment to ensure we provide our customers with the best products and services.

    Get in touch

    Our dedicated team can answer and question or query you have. Contact us by phone or email.