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6D5N DARWIN TOP END HIGHLIGHTS

6D5N DARWIN TOP END HIGHLIGHTS

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From: $2127 From: €2025 From: £1739 From: RM9248 From: CAD2756 From: SGD2950 From: AUD3070 From: HKD16757
Darwin
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Cities to Visit: Darwin - Katherine - Kakadu
Language: English

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Booking Period: from Now till September 30, 2022
Travel Period: from Now till September 30, 2023
  • Day 1: Arrive Darwin

    Darwin is the kind of place that excites all your senses. It’s always steamy, which means you have a constant glow. The aroma of tropical fruits wafts from markets. The horizons are wide and sunsets blazing. And the locals… Well, they’re as colourful as your outlook. You’ll meet some of them on a Darwin city tour taking in sights and attractions that tell stories of the NT capital’s unexpected history. As the day begins to disappear, follow the lead of locals to the Mindil Beach Sunset Market. Your Travel Director will give you the lowdown, highlighting the eclectic range of cuisine on offer – expect everything from Greek to Japanese. What a tasty start to your getaway.

  • Day 2: Darwin - Katherine

    The ancient landscapes of Litchfield National Park are shaped by water, as you’ll fast discover when exploring this immense protected wilderness on a Litchfield tour. There are lakes and rivers, waterfalls and waterholes. Get set to visit Florence Falls, then take a dip in the gin-clear pool of Wangi Falls, this dreamy setting enveloped by monsoon forest. The landscape is also shaped by termites. The national park is pocked with enormous termite mounds, which are architectural feats complete with tunnels and nursery chambers. Small creatures with a big vision.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 3: Nitmuluk (Katherine) Gorge

    Katherine is a little bit tropical, a little bit outback, and a whole lot gorgeous. The region’s main attraction is its gaping Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge, which carves the countryside in spectacular form. Sit back on your boat and enjoy a cruise through this ancient landscape, home to the Jawoyn people for millennia. You’ll learn about First Nations culture with an Jawoyn guide, and will tempt your tastebuds with some bush tucker. Support the community by picking up paintings by Jawoyn artists.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 4: Katherine – Kakadu

    When the first thing you see is 1,545-metre Cradle Mountain, you know you’re in for a good day. This is your backdrop as you wander to Dove Lake on your Cradle Mountain tour, the bucolic landscape here a natural magnet for Bennetts wallabies, echidnas, and pademelons. Just when you thought the west coast couldn’t get any more dramatic, ‘The Nut’ appears on the horizon. This 152-metre bluff created by the remains of an ancient volcanic plug guards over Stanley, an atmospheric fishing village with remarkably well-preserved heritage buildings. Browse boutiques at your leisure, or lace up your walking shoes – The Nut summit awaits.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 5: Kakadu National Park

    If you want a different perspective, sign up for an optional scenic flight over the national park, revealing just how wide, wild and wonderful this part of the world really is. Australia is home to some of the oldest art in the world, and much of it decorates rock walls at Ubirr – this jaw-dropping site protects Aboriginal rock paintings and carvings dating back more than 20,000 years. If you thought that was impressive, wait till you see the view over Kakadu from the top of the escarpment. This afternoon, there’s nothing between you and nature, the dramatic escarpments, waterholes and abundant wildlife of Kakadu looming large. Speaking of large, there are saltwater crocs to spot while you drift away on a Yellow Water Billabong cruise. Your local guide will share the secrets of these ancient waterways. Top off your holiday sharing a Farewell Dinner with your Travel Director and travel mates.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 6: Depart Darwin

    After breakfast, free at own leisure and make your own arrangement to the airport for your flight back home.

    : Breakfast
Whats Included
~5 nights’ accommodation with daily breakfast
~Specialist team of two highly experienced Travel Director and Driver that are accredited with Kakadu National Parks
~Local Specialists (Guides)
~1 UNESCO World Heritage Site - Kakadu National Park
~Centrally located premium hotels
~Kakadu National Park entrance fees



Whats Excluded
~Return international flight ticket
~Travel insurance
~Personal expenses
~Australian ETA Visa

Where to Visits

SingleTwinTripleChild WITH Bed
RM12038RM9248RM92488338

Information


Booking Period: from Now till September 30, 2022
Travel Period: from Now till September 30, 2023
  • Day 1: Arrive Darwin

    Darwin is the kind of place that excites all your senses. It’s always steamy, which means you have a constant glow. The aroma of tropical fruits wafts from markets. The horizons are wide and sunsets blazing. And the locals… Well, they’re as colourful as your outlook. You’ll meet some of them on a Darwin city tour taking in sights and attractions that tell stories of the NT capital’s unexpected history. As the day begins to disappear, follow the lead of locals to the Mindil Beach Sunset Market. Your Travel Director will give you the lowdown, highlighting the eclectic range of cuisine on offer – expect everything from Greek to Japanese. What a tasty start to your getaway.

  • Day 2: Darwin - Katherine

    The ancient landscapes of Litchfield National Park are shaped by water, as you’ll fast discover when exploring this immense protected wilderness on a Litchfield tour. There are lakes and rivers, waterfalls and waterholes. Get set to visit Florence Falls, then take a dip in the gin-clear pool of Wangi Falls, this dreamy setting enveloped by monsoon forest. The landscape is also shaped by termites. The national park is pocked with enormous termite mounds, which are architectural feats complete with tunnels and nursery chambers. Small creatures with a big vision.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 3: Nitmuluk (Katherine) Gorge

    Katherine is a little bit tropical, a little bit outback, and a whole lot gorgeous. The region’s main attraction is its gaping Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge, which carves the countryside in spectacular form. Sit back on your boat and enjoy a cruise through this ancient landscape, home to the Jawoyn people for millennia. You’ll learn about First Nations culture with an Jawoyn guide, and will tempt your tastebuds with some bush tucker. Support the community by picking up paintings by Jawoyn artists.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 4: Katherine – Kakadu

    When the first thing you see is 1,545-metre Cradle Mountain, you know you’re in for a good day. This is your backdrop as you wander to Dove Lake on your Cradle Mountain tour, the bucolic landscape here a natural magnet for Bennetts wallabies, echidnas, and pademelons. Just when you thought the west coast couldn’t get any more dramatic, ‘The Nut’ appears on the horizon. This 152-metre bluff created by the remains of an ancient volcanic plug guards over Stanley, an atmospheric fishing village with remarkably well-preserved heritage buildings. Browse boutiques at your leisure, or lace up your walking shoes – The Nut summit awaits.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 5: Kakadu National Park

    If you want a different perspective, sign up for an optional scenic flight over the national park, revealing just how wide, wild and wonderful this part of the world really is. Australia is home to some of the oldest art in the world, and much of it decorates rock walls at Ubirr – this jaw-dropping site protects Aboriginal rock paintings and carvings dating back more than 20,000 years. If you thought that was impressive, wait till you see the view over Kakadu from the top of the escarpment. This afternoon, there’s nothing between you and nature, the dramatic escarpments, waterholes and abundant wildlife of Kakadu looming large. Speaking of large, there are saltwater crocs to spot while you drift away on a Yellow Water Billabong cruise. Your local guide will share the secrets of these ancient waterways. Top off your holiday sharing a Farewell Dinner with your Travel Director and travel mates.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 6: Depart Darwin

    After breakfast, free at own leisure and make your own arrangement to the airport for your flight back home.

    : Breakfast
Whats Included
~5 nights’ accommodation with daily breakfast
~Specialist team of two highly experienced Travel Director and Driver that are accredited with Kakadu National Parks
~Local Specialists (Guides)
~1 UNESCO World Heritage Site - Kakadu National Park
~Centrally located premium hotels
~Kakadu National Park entrance fees



Whats Excluded
~Return international flight ticket
~Travel insurance
~Personal expenses
~Australian ETA Visa

SingleTwinTripleChild WITH Bed
RM12038RM9248RM92488338
★★★★☆

64 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia

It's a hotel that's designed just the way you really like it, with a down to earth attitude and an honest sense of humour. A conveniently located hotel that is created for the way we live today, without all the unnecessary extras, but with all the parts that make it a comfortable and practical place to stay, from the hearty new breakfast offering, to the standard 11am check-out time, the comfortable beds and reliable showers.

Free WiFi, Tea/coffee maker in all rooms, Restaurant, Business facilities
★★★☆☆

9 Cyprus St, Katherine East NT 0850, Australia

Contour Hotel is only a short drive from all the Katherine region has to offer. Set amongst 4 acres of tropical gardens it is the ideal base to explore, or to come home to after a long working day.

Swimming Pool, WiFi, Bar, Restaurant, Business facilities
★★★★☆

Flinders St, Jabiru NT 0886, Australia

Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel is an idyllic retreat located in the wilderness of Kakadu National Park. Situated in the township of Jabiru, this hotel is the perfect base to start exploring many of Kakadu's most significant natural attractions such as Ubirr, Nourlangie, Cahills Crossing & Mamukala Wetlands. Cool off in the large outdoor pool, the perfect oasis for relaxing in between discovery tours around Kakadu before feasting on Kakadu bush tucker & gourmet dining at the Escarpment Restaurant and Bar. A collection of Indigenous art including paintings and didgeridoos are located in the on-site gallery and are displayed in the lobby and interior walls. A selection of these locally made artworks are available for purchase. This superb Kakadu hotel is just minutes from Bowali Visitors Centre, a must-see for all visitors to the area. Guests can find out more about Kakadu, its history, the best places to visit and any need-to-know information regarding travel in the area. As the largest National Park in Australia, Kakadu is home to countless wonders just waiting to be discovered. Guests staying at Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel can explore the region's beautiful waterfalls and wetlands, its wildlife and indigenous culture.

Swimming Pool, Free WiFi, Bar, Parking, Restaurant, Business facilities

★★★★☆

64 Cavenagh St, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia

It's a hotel that's designed just the way you really like it, with a down to earth attitude and an honest sense of humour. A conveniently located hotel that is created for the way we live today, without all the unnecessary extras, but with all the parts that make it a comfortable and practical place to stay, from the hearty new breakfast offering, to the standard 11am check-out time, the comfortable beds and reliable showers.

Free WiFi, Tea/coffee maker in all rooms, Restaurant, Business facilities
★★★☆☆

9 Cyprus St, Katherine East NT 0850, Australia

Contour Hotel is only a short drive from all the Katherine region has to offer. Set amongst 4 acres of tropical gardens it is the ideal base to explore, or to come home to after a long working day.

Swimming Pool, WiFi, Bar, Restaurant, Business facilities
★★★★☆

Flinders St, Jabiru NT 0886, Australia

Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel is an idyllic retreat located in the wilderness of Kakadu National Park. Situated in the township of Jabiru, this hotel is the perfect base to start exploring many of Kakadu's most significant natural attractions such as Ubirr, Nourlangie, Cahills Crossing & Mamukala Wetlands. Cool off in the large outdoor pool, the perfect oasis for relaxing in between discovery tours around Kakadu before feasting on Kakadu bush tucker & gourmet dining at the Escarpment Restaurant and Bar. A collection of Indigenous art including paintings and didgeridoos are located in the on-site gallery and are displayed in the lobby and interior walls. A selection of these locally made artworks are available for purchase. This superb Kakadu hotel is just minutes from Bowali Visitors Centre, a must-see for all visitors to the area. Guests can find out more about Kakadu, its history, the best places to visit and any need-to-know information regarding travel in the area. As the largest National Park in Australia, Kakadu is home to countless wonders just waiting to be discovered. Guests staying at Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel can explore the region's beautiful waterfalls and wetlands, its wildlife and indigenous culture.

Swimming Pool, Free WiFi, Bar, Parking, Restaurant, Business facilities

Per Pax
From: $2127 From: €2025 From: £1739 From: RM9248 From: CAD2756 From: SGD2950 From: AUD3070 From: HKD16757
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