How beautiful is this? No wonder my mum rated the Guluyambi Cultural Cruise as her favourite day out on her recent Broome to Kakadu trip.
As you cruise upstream, the East Alligator River divides the country, with Kakadu National Park on one side and Arnhem Land on the other.
Step foot on Arnhem Land and check out the traditional hunting and gathering implements. And you can count crocs!
Check out those views of this heritage listed land! What a beautiful part of the world – and not often seen when you visit Kakadu National Park.
Mum especially loved how personal the tour was and that it was Aboriginal owned and operated. Aboriginal guides help travellers understand more about the river, bush survival skills as well as culture and traditional stories.
Where to stay at Kakadu National Park? Jabiru and Cooinda have caravan parks – both have swimming pools and we remember the excellent range of ranger education sessions when we visited. Or you can camp at over a dozen national park campgrounds. You’ll find them on the CAMPS App and guides.
Images by Kakadu Cultural Tours
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