Kakadu Tours, Tracing The Path Of The Rainbow Serpent – Kakadu Is Calling You

Kakadu falls

Located three hours from Darwin, immerse yourself in this World Heritage-listed area
famous for scenes in the movie Crocodile Dundee.

Join us on an adventure to trace the path of the Rainbow Serpent as Adventures
Beyond opens your eyes and your mind to the wonders of the stunning Kakadu
National Park.

Australia’s largest National Park
Covering an area half the size of Switzerland, the Kakadu National Park anchors a
broad ecological and biological diversity to the tropical landscapes of Australia’s Top

Water-lily dotted billabongs, open woodland, rocky outcrops and monsoon rainforests –
it’s a truly spectacular region home to one quarter of Australia’s freshwater and
estuarine fish species, about 2000 types of plants, and rare wildlife such as the
Leichardt’s grasshopper.

Bird watchers will rejoice with an astonishing 280 different bird species to look for. For
information about Kakadu birds, you can download this free iPhone application from
the iTunes Store https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kakadubirds/id571626635?mt=8
Parks Australia also has concise information about Kakadu wildlife, geology and
Aboriginal culture.

Did you know? Kakadu is home to more than 10,000 crocodiles! Freshwater crocodiles
grow up to 3 metres long, while the big guys ‘the salties’ (saltwater crocodiles) can
sprout to 6 metres in length.

Spiritual and cultural significance
The traditional Aboriginal Bininj/Mungguy people have lived on and cared for the lands
for more than 50,000 years.

Adventures Beyond will show you these sacred lands so you can share in the spiritual
connection with the oldest living culture on earth.

Aboriginal art Kakadu

Aboriginal art
One of the reasons for Kakadu’s World Heritage status is the Aboriginal rock art, with
some paintings up to 20,000 years old.

Art subjects include religious ceremonies, creation stories, sorcery and hunting.
Paint was created by crushing mineral pigments and mixing with water. Ancient
brushes were crafted from reeds, feathers, sticks and human hair.

Today, the Bininj/Mungguy people continue to paint on bark, fabric, canvas and paper
and their art allows them to express their cultural identity.

(image: Wikipedia)

A six season wonderland
Many visitors to Australia are familiar with the wet and dry seasons. However, Kakadu
is the Disneyland of climatic changes with six different seasons, signalled by small
variations in weather, flowering plants and bush food.

When to visit Kakadu Kakadu is an outstanding area with rich cultural and natural history. It can also be a
harsh environment.

Adventures Beyond are experts in adventure tours to Kakadu, and we understand the
climate and varying seasonal attractions.

We can guide you to learn the traditional Aboriginal story of the Rainbow Serpent,
swim in natural plunge pools under cascading waterfalls, canoe beneath sandstone
cliffs and marvel at towering termite mounds.

We have a range of tours to suit your budget and time frames, with professional
expertise on the best times of the year to visit.

kakadu Wildlife

Great package options
For travellers with limited time, a 2 Day Kakadu Dreaming Tour offers you value for
money and a chance to see stunning waterfalls, wildlife and wetlands.

Off-the-beaten track journeys reach new heights with our action-packed 3 or 4 Day
4WD packages that include all your food, water, camp tents/swags, transport and entry
fees giving you a hassle-free Kakadu experience.

For a full-featured Top End package, Adventures Beyond travels from Kakadu to Alice
Springs on a 6 Day Tour where you travel in an air-conditioned mini bus. Search for
crocodiles on a two-hour wetlands cruise, soak in thermal springs fringed by paperbark
trees and enjoy a beer at a local Aussie pub.

To book your Kakadu tour now, visit our Kakadu Tours page