Kakadu Culture Camp is a place not to be missed if you're planning a trip to the Northern Territory. Andy, Jenny, Catherine, Jesse and the crew at Kakadu Culture Camp are fabulous hosts and very generous with their stories about their life, relationship to the Park and Aboriginal culture...I learned so much about what it is like to live in Kakadu and so many special elements of the camp and the park as a whole. The Kakadu by night trip on the billabong was amazing - sleeping birds galore, but no crocodiles the night we went! Together with a fabulous BBQ for dinner and an amazing night's sleep in one of the safari tents made this a stay I will never forget. I can't thank Andy and the crew enough for their hospitality and I highly recommend Kakadu Culture Camp to anyone who's really interested in a small insight into what Kakadu National Park is all about.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kakadu Culture Camp has only 5 deluxe safari tents. Located in a delightful bush setting, they are clean and comfortable. All come with double bed and double bunks. Ideal for guests on our Kakadu by Night boat cruise, the tarrif includes dinner and breakfast in our 'bush bistro'. Centrally located to all of the Kakadu National Park World Heritage attractions, the camp offers a unique oprtunity to camp overnight with an Aboriginal family. ... more less
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