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Spirit of Kakadu Adventure Tours

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Kakadu National Park is the unforgettable Australian experience. An opportunity to go beyond simple tourism to witness one of the world's great nature reserves and one of the few World Heritage Areas listed for both cultural and natural heritage. The name Kakadu derived from the Gagudju speaking people, a language used in the northern area of the park until the turn of the 20th century. Kakadu Tourism is today partly owned by the Gagudju Association of traditional owners.

For Indigenous Australians, the Stories of the Dreaming - of their history and culture - are thousands of years old. Now you can share in a little of the wonder and mystery of this ancient land.The adventure of a lifetime is delivered with the style of accommodation that suits you best. The relaxed atmosphere of the Mecure Crocodile Hotel or the experience of Cooinda Lodge Kakadu with lodge, budget and camping options. Whatever you decide, you’ll be perfectly located to enjoy the ultimate outback experience.

Not to be missed are the world-renowned Yellow Water Cruises and the Warradjan Cultural Centre. Who could resist a journey through Kakadu’s majestic wetlands, barely touched by mankind, or the opportunity to gain a real understanding of a culture that spans millennia?

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Cancellation Policy

Tours subject to road and environmental conditions. Itinerary subject to change without notice. A 100% cancellation fee will apply if your is cancelled within 48 hours of departure. Children under 8 years are not permitted.