Arnhemlander cultural and heritage 4WD Tour
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An exceptional Aboriginal cultural and heritage 4WD day tour into Arnhem Land and Northern Kakadu, with an experienced guide.
Guests will be collected from their accommodation in Jabiru and head north, where they’ll journey across Cahills Crossing on the East Alligator River into Arnhem Land.
Meet Aboriginal artists at Injalak Arts and Crafts Centre in Oenpelli. Guests have time to watch Aboriginal people painting and to see the women weaving pandanus baskets. Travel into the Mikkinj valley with its stunning scenery of billabongs, wildlife and towering escarpments. Enjoy lunch beside the Inkiyu Billabong.
Travelling in comfortable 4WDs with forward-facing seats, guests will experience the region’s world-famous landscapes consisting of sandstone escarpment outcrops, rock art sites, forests, floodplains and billabongs with bird life. Arnhem Land permits, refreshments and lunch are included.
When Injalak Arts is not open the tour may spend the afternoon out at Cannon Hill, a beautiful and otherwise restricted area of northern Kakadu.
Tours run between May and November each year. Owned and managed by the traditional owners of the clan estates it visits.
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