Arn­hem Land Sa­fari

Arn­hem Land is a place most have heard of but few ever get to see. A life­time can’t pre­pare you for the sense of won­der­ment in this wild land­scape where iconic an­i­mals out­num­ber peo­ple.

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Mt Bor­radaile is a reg­is­tered abo­rig­i­nal sa­cred site in an ex­clu­sively leased 700 km2 area nes­tled against the Arn­hem Land es­carp­ment. Its rugged ranges are fringed by idyl­lic bil­l­abongs, flood plains, pa­per bark swamps and mon­soonal rain­forests. Val­leys, over­hangs and caves have been oc­cu­pied for over 50,000 years and of­fer mag­nif­i­cent gal­leries of rock art. The Mt Bor­radaile 4 star sa­fari camp is man­aged via hon­orary custodian sta­tus con­ferred on Max David­son and his staff by the tra­di­tional landown­ers. En­joy Max’s prodi­gious knowl­edge of Arn­hem Land's ex­tra­or­di­nary nat­u­ral as­sets.

High­lights:

The unique op­por­tu­nity to stay in Arn­hem Land and help con­trib­ute to the ex­pert man­age­ment of this tra­di­tional site En­joy guided tours of the bil­l­abongs, flood­plains, pa­per­bark forests and rich es­carp­ments View a rich di­ver­sity of wildlife in an area of un­spoilt beauty and di­ver­sity See some of Aus­tralia's most spec­tac­u­lar rock art

Itin­er­ary:

Day 1 A scenic flight from Darwin into Mt Bor­radaile, where you’ll be greeted by the guides and driven to your lux­ury tented ac­com­mo­da­tion to set­tle in and en­joy a chef-pre­pared din­ner.

Day 2-3 Ev­ery­thing is in­cluded and there are ac­tiv­i­ties to en­joy through­out the days as you are guided to ex­plore on foot or take a bil­l­abong cruise to see the sun­set over Mt Bor­radaile, en­joy a glass of wine, ob­serve the lo­cal wildlife and rock art. At the end of day 3, your char­ter flight will take you back to Darwin.

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