In the silence of of still forest valleys and rock face escarpments lies the Litchfield National Park, an Aboriginal dreamtime region that that remains mysterious and spiritual.
Start your tour at Francis Bay on Darwin Harbour, then head south on the spectacular Stuart Highway. Reach the town of Batchelor and take a short break: the colorful scenery will leave you in awe. Continue your journey to arrive at the Meridean Termite Mounds and learn about Cathedral history. Take in stunning views of Florence Falls or take a short walk down to the plunge pool for a swim in this beautiful oasis. You will then visit Buley Rockhole, a stunning panorama of cascades and rockpools where you can also take a refreshing swim. You will then reach Tolmer Falls, another breathtaking valley that offers opportunity to see the coast in the distance over cattle stations.
Travel along monsoon forests and woodland areas and enjoy a homestyle lunch with cold meats, salad and tea or coffee. You will have another chance to refresh yourself when we reach the stunning Wangi Falls, where you will find a delightful plunge pool boarded by river pandanas palms. Relax in this serene environment or take a stroll through the lush tropical forest that surrounds you – look close and you will also spot bats!