It was amazing, I loved the tour, highly recommend. We had 2 girls take our tour, Jade & I think Jenna? They were great, really awesome day.
Get up-close access to the jumping crocodiles of the Adelaide River on this river cruise from Darwin. With the expertise and supervision of a guide, you can safely be near the saltwater crocodiles as they jump for pieces of meat dangled over the side of your boat. On the tour you also visit the Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve and peruse exhibits at Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre.
After convenient pickup at your Dawin hotel, travel to Adelaide Rivera in a comfortable tour vehicle.
Board a boat for a cruise where the main event is watching as your guide dangles meat over the edge of the boat to entice saltwater crocs to jump. Learn about their biology and behavior as you cruise, keeping an eye out for white-bellied sea eagles and whistling kites.
Back on land, visit the Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre, with views over the surrounding area and educational displays.
The day's last stop is the Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve, home indigenous birds and reptiles.
Relax on the drive back to Darwin for drop-off.
I booked this tour after meeting a few Aussies that recommended that it was key to see while you are here. It was very confusing at first as a different tour company picks you up. It is a short trip (as compared to Kakadu or...More
We were picked up at our hotel by Jeff the driver. He was very friendly and informative. The window to the wetlands was a bit boring but I can see how some would enjoy it. We did see some cool birds though. We stopped there...More
The jumping croc cruise was well worth the trip, to see these huge animals up close and personal. The staff was excellent, knowledgeable and fun. We were on the smaller of the two boats, which was well set up and gave everyone a very good...More
I expected to see more that two crocodiles after floating downriver for 1 hour. So that expectations was not met. The guide was good, but indicated we were lucky to see two. The crocodiles were condition to being feed even though in the wild. It...More