Tour Updates for May 2012- Change of seasons in Kakadu NP

Hello everyone who follows us on Facebook.
We have just moved into another season in Kakadu, called Yegge. This season stretches from around May until June and brings with it dry winds and cooler weather. Even though you may experience random showers whilst on tour, the days should mainly be dry with blue skies and less humidity around.
We did experience some major road closures earlier this year, which stopped us from visiting the Yurmikmik area for quite some time, including waterfalls like Boulder Creek, Motor Car Falls and Kurrundie Falls. However, these falls have all re-opened and we are back on track and able to follow our Green Season Itinerary again. You will be very excited to hear that we have just started to proper bush camp. This gives you the chance to experience camp oven cooking and sleeping in tents to enjoy Kakadu’s amazing night skies.
Just a quick note in regards to seasons and itineraries. We believe, it is wrong to advertise tours as “Dry Season Tours” until Jim Jim and Twin Falls have opened, as these falls are obviously the main attractions in all dry season itineraries. Hence, you won’t be able to book Dry Season tours with us until mid June (please refer to our booking button). Hopefully by then, Jim Jim and Twin will be open. If this is not the case, we will operate a mix of both seasons and we will always make sure you see the best of what Kakadu has to offer. Please contact us for any queries.
We hope to welcome you on one of tours very soon. So book now for an experience you will never forget.

2 Responses to “Tour Updates for May 2012- Change of seasons in Kakadu NP”

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  1. Avatar for Jane Bowen Jane Bowen says:

    Thank you Genda and Winston for our recent 3 day trip into Kakadu National Park. The kids loved it aswell and it was so great to be shown country by Aboriginal Australians – quite a rare treat and an insightful look into skin and country that we seldom get a chance to experience. Also so great for our kids to have such A positive aboriginal experience as opposed to seemingly constant negative media reports from our indigenous community. You looked after us so well, the meals were delicious, the tours, fires, driving, regular stops and enough time spent at the various stunning locations around the park made it such an enjoyable trip. Your knowledge of flora and fauna of the area made it also really interesting .
    So lovely to meet you both , we wish you both the very best and hope to meet you again one day, a pleasure to join you and share country with you . Kind regards Jane ,Brenton ,Lilli and Charlie Bowen

  2. Avatar for Vanessa Fretwell Vanessa Fretwell says:

    A group of myself and 3 friends took the 3 day 4WD trip last week. To say it was an amazing experience just does not do it justice. None of us are seasoned campers but we loved every minute of the trip from fantastic scenery, amazing waterfalls and aboriginal arts to Winston’s great hospitality and campfire cooking. We could not have wished for a better guide. To have the opportunity to learn more about aboriginal history and see such spectacular scenery was amazing.Thanks for making our trip so special . Best Wishes Vanessa, Damien, Mel and Dave

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