Black-necked Stork (Jabiru)
Tours commence in Darwin. Lords Kakadu & Arnhemland Safaris can organise airport and hotel pickups upon arrival. Darwin International Airport is a major gateway for international flights, offering easy access from Europe, North America and Asia. For shorter trips, Darwin's proximity to Asia makes it easy to reach destinations in Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, China and Hong Kong.
Darwin is also easily accessible from destinations across Australia with domestic airlines such as Qantas and Virgin, operating flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
The 'Top End' has a tropical climate. The monsoon season is November throught to April, characterised by high humidity, magnificent thunderstorms and torrential monsoonal downpours. From May to August cool, mild winters (May/Jun/Jul/Aug). The buildup is (Oct/Nov) with high humidityand very little rain. The shoulder seasons where the weather can still be cooler but changeable are (Apr/Sep)
Guests enjoy a permanent private campsite including an eating house, and beds with sheets, known as ‘glamping’. Your guide will prepare hors d’oeuvres and dinner while you relax with a drink by the campfire. There is also hotel accommodation in Kakadu and luxury camps outside of the Park to choose from.
Guests are required to have a moderate amount of fitness and be steady on their feet, however, each tour is designed with the groups needs in mind.