This day tour to Litchfield National Park departs from Darwin and explores the highlight of the Northern Territory. You will see a landscape that has been formed by water and time with abounding waterfalls, monsoon rainforest, bush walking tracks, swimming holes and amazing Magnetic and Cathedral Termite Mounds. Enjoy a BBQ lunch with your fellow travellers and relax in this truly amazing part of 'The Territory'.
Special -- Book this Litchfield National Park day tour for a departure before 31 March 2015 for only $99, including a fantastic BBQ lunch. Select "Wet Season Special" fare type when booking online.
Litchfield Day Tour Price Includes:
Professional guide, travel in an air-conditioned minibus, BBQ lunch, reference books and drinking water (please provide your own bottle).
What you need to bring:
Wide brimmed hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, water bottle (1.5 litres), walking shoes/boots, swim wear, towel and camera.
- Itinerary may change due to cultural reasons, seasonal changes, operational logistics and accessibility.
- Tour is not suitable for children under 5 years of age.
- Wangi Falls can close during the Tropical wet season and will be substituted during this time.
- Please call our Reservations Team (1300 551 510) at least 48 hours prior to departure to confirm pick-up location and time.
Day One (Lunch)
You will be collected from your Darwin accommodation at approximately 7.00 am and then our adventure begins as we travel towards Litchfield National Park. Magnetic and Cathedral Termite mounds are an amazing architectural feat containing arches, tunnels, chimneys. They are plentiful in this region and can stand as high as 6 metres. We stop to view some of these amazing insect habitats as we make our way into the park.
Once we arrive you will explore waterfalls, spring-fed streams and the rugged sandstone escarpments of Litchfield National Park. Swim, hike and explore Florence and Wangi Falls*. Enjoy a tasty BBQ lunch within the park and discover the many rock holes and cascading waterfalls of Buley Rockhole before our early evening arrival back in Darwin.