Traveling by coach, you will make your way to the Adelaide River, one of eight rivers in the Top End which have large floodplains in their catchments. These floodplains create a great expanse of coastal wetlands that are home to a great variety of unique animals and plant life. The Northern Territory is also well known as crocodile country.
Your first stop will be at the Window on the Wetlands Visitors Centre where you will have the opportunity to learn more about life in this tropical region. Following a brief visit here, you will proceed to your main destination - the Adelaide River, for a cruise which brings you almost face-to-face with the famous jumping crocodiles. Keep watch for the tell-tale ripples of an approaching reptile, camera ready in anticipation of capturing that breathtaking moment as a crocodile leaps out of the water to almost its full body length. For your refreshment, a soft drink will be offered while you are aboard the vessel.
At the conclusion of this truly memorable cruise, your coach will return you to the pier by way of the outer suburbs of Darwin.
Please note: This tour is not recommended to guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability. The cruise is non exclusive to cruise ship guests. It is recommended that guests wear comfortable walking shoes with non-slip soles and bring a sun hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and insect repellent. The order of sights visited may vary and the itinerary may be reversed. This tour does not operate with a separate guide, but rather with a driver/guide.