Experience The Beauty Of Nature With A Kakadu Tour
The Kakadu National Park of Australia is one of the amazing tourist spots you should visit at least once in your lifetime. The park is located in the northern territory of the country and homes a lush green nature and wildlife. Kakadu national park is around 124 miles east of Darwin. You can either opt for the bus service to reach the park for the Kakadu tour or drive by yourself. The park became popular after the 1986 movie "Crocodile Dundee", and made it a popular destination for thousands of tourists.
Kakadu National Park is the ancestral land of an aborigines tribe, called the Gagjudju. In 1978, the land was leased to the Australian National Parks by the native tribes and after a year, the park was regarded as a National Park Today, it has been designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
The Kakadu tour promises its visitors a plethora of flora and fauna and natural terrains. The park spreads over 7,304 square miles and you can experience the nature in its raw form. As per the records, Kakadu is a home to over 1,000 species of plants, 60species of mammals, 275 species of birds, 75 species of reptiles and 100 species of aquatic animals.
One of the best ways to experience the Kakadu tour is to hire the touring services of a guide. The guide will let you know of the exclusive species of birds, animals and plants throughout your trip to the park. A popular place of attraction for the tourists is the termite mounds, which measure from smaller to as big as 20feet high. Also, the scenic waterfalls and gorges are mesmerizing, which make the Kakadu tour memorable.
Jabiru is the largest tourist center of the National Park. The center was built closer to a uranium mines. Jabiru offers many facilities to the tourists enjoying the Kakadu tour, which includes lodgings, shopping center, service station and a medical center. You will also see a small airport, presently, there is no air service active from Darwin at the moment. But do not worry, you can enjoy your Kakadu tour throughout the scenic drive on the road running across the park, city of Katherine and back to Darwin.
If you wish to stay in Jabiru, you have many options for accommodation. You can choose from a regular campsite to an exclusive up-market suite. You can also visit a resort named Kakadu. To enter the resort, you walk through the jaws of a giant 250meter crocodile and reach the beautiful lobby.
If you are not comfortable with this option, you can opt for a villa in the Cooinda. You can drive to this location, which is about an hour away towards the south. The Kakadu tour, along with the Cooinda will let you some of the finest and exclusive aboriginal art collection, making your vacation memorable.