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.
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.
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
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.