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Amazing place

Kakadu gorge is amazing, tour guides are friendly and knowledgeable , the food available could have... read more

Reviewed 27 November 2015
Ben V
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Brisbane Region, Australia
Kakado camping

What awesome trip! My wife and I went on a three day group tour in a 4 wheel drive bus. Saw some... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2015
Doug P
,
Port Macquarie, Australia
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Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

A great experience. Narelle our tour guide was great. What a great commentary and very knowledgable. Nareda and Mark

1  Thank Nareda L
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Reviewed 18 July 2017

We have had a wonderful tour! With a really nice guide, Matt, who had a big sense of humor and was a very friendly guy! We loved his timing, because he brought us to JimJim falls, where we were the only ones there! We had a wonderful night in our tent, and even saw the Milky Way for the first time in our life!

I could write a lot more... but to summarize it... this trip was perfect!

1  Thank Lisa K
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Reviewed 3 July 2016 via mobile

We had a great day the guide was informative
and took good care of group as it was a challenge to get to the falls by foot .lunch provided was excellent

3  Thank Bert K
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Reviewed 14 June 2016

We did the 6 day 5 night walking tour of Kakadu which incorporated the majority of the must-do sights of Kakadu. Only 8 of us on the bus, so plenty of room and really great, knowledgeable guides who knew their stuff. Although we walked and swam each day, I'm sure we put on weight with the excellent fare provided from the camp kitchens at the end of each day. Our tour included the Padakul cultural tour which has it's own page, but well worth searching out even if you don't have the time for a 6 day adventure. Also a Yellow River boat tour. Walking is a great way to experience the beauty of this place and discover many quiet waterholes which are cooling after a hot walk, but safe from the crocs. The camps were already set-up with tents and comfortable swags on stretchers, plus the convenience of hot showers and flushing loos !

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Reviewed 6 May 2016

We are a 55/75 yr old couple doing it all NOW. We'd initially wondered if an active 2 day camp to Kakadu would be beyond our capabilities but found it very doable for those with a basic level of fitness. Rich, our guide was solicitous and informative, having vast knowledge of the area, flora, fauna and indigenous cultures. Whilst visiting all the 'sights' he made sure our group was the only one there so we could fully appreciate 'solitude'. A highlight was the truck breaking down and having to be rescued by indigenous men who towed us to the nearer campsite where we were treated by the company to a superb meal among the sights and sounds of the remote NT life including cane toads the size of small dogs in the washrooms! We were relieved to find full mattress comfy beds in our permanent tents surrounded at night by howling dingos and raucous birds. Swimming in the waterfalls was incredible and a treat after the hot dry 3km walk across rough terrain. This trip was simply unmissable.

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