You will be met by our driver/guide at the accommodation pick up/set down area of your hotel.
With an early morning start it’s time to have a rest onboard until we arrive at our first stop on the Arnhem Highway where you can purchase refreshments such as breakfast and use the facilities.
As the sun rises over the vast Territory landscape we will be driving along the Arnhem Highway which offers you the opportunity to either rest or spot some unique and spectacular wild life (Wallabies, Dingoes Buffalo and lots of birds).
We arrive at Jabiru to meet up with additional guests at about 8:30am and transfer to the “Marebu bus” (our off road vehicle) for the journey to Arnhem Land. Crossing the East Alligator river at Cahill’s crossing. From here on we will be on dirt roads and engaging 4wd.
Arnhem Land is Aboriginal lands and permits are required to enter, from now on we are guests of the traditional owners. Arnhem land is where the indigenous culture is dominant and English is the locals second, third or even fourth language spoken.
Be guided over some of the most spectacular landscapes and see first hand vibrant ancient rock art that is interpreted by a local indigenous guide whose ancestors painted and have been telling stories in this traditional way for centuries.
We have lunch atop Injalak Hill and on the return journey we have afternoon tea at the arts center where you have the opportunity to purchase art works.
On our return Journey we once again cross the East Alligator river at Cahill’s crossing and return via Jabiru and return to your nominated drop off hotel in Darwin.