Arnhem Land Tours, Northern Territory

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Arnhem land is truly a place like no other. Located at the northern most tip of the Northern Territory, this vast expanse of pristine wilderness is remote in every sense of the word. An Aboriginal reserve home to just 17,000 people, Arnhem Land is one of the last remaining places where traditional aboriginal culture and customs are fully intact and lived each day.

Arnhem Land tours are some of the best ways to explore this challenging territory, especially considering the difficulty travellers would have navigating the remote region alone. Arnhem Land indigenous tours span from 2 to 3 days (depending on your package) and explore Kakadu National Park and parts of Arnhem Land.

Kakadu and Arnhem Land tours explore caves and rockfaces decorated with ancient Aboriginal rock art and include a visit and informative tour of the Warradjan Cultural Centre. Journey the rocky Arnhem Land region in a 4WD as you take in the true scale of this pristine space. Accompanied by a local Aboriginal guide, cruise the renowned Yellow Water Billabong as you keep an eye out for the rare saltwater crocodile.

Accommodated Arnhem Land tours include one or two nights stay in a luxury Kakadu hotel, and include on-site dining, a lagoon pool and thoughtful facilities for a comfortable outback stay. On your final day in the region, jump on board the Guluyambi Cultural Cruise weaving along the East Alligator River. Learn about traditional food gathering and bush tucker preparation, aboriginal land ownership, hunting and bush survival skills. Arnhem Land tours from Darwin will conclude on the Arnhem Land side of the river for a guided tour of Aboriginal hunting and gathering instruments before heading back to the capital.

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