Starting From AU$115.00
Starting From AU$115.00

Half Day Jumping Crocodile Tour from Darwin

Get your heart racing with a close encounter with an apex predator without any cages or perspex glass onboard our half-day Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise. A must-see bucket list item when visiting Northern Territory. With hassle-free daily transfers to/from Darwin including cruise ...

1/2 Day Jumping Crocodile Cruise Highlights:

  • Travel onboard the Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise
  • Cruise the Adelaide River wetlands and waterways
  • Explore the diverse ecosystem of Northern Territory
  • Abundance of Australian reptiles and birdlife
  • Supporting traditional land owners

Day 1 : Half Day Darwin to Adelaide River
Join us for one of Darwin's most iconic must do activity… a ½ Day Jumping Croc Cruise on the Adelaide River. Departing the city, we journey about 60km South East towards the Marrakai wetlands, home to not only an apex predator, the crocodile, but 117 different species of reptiles and 280 different types of birds. A truly exhilarating and unique experience for our guests to get up close and personal to some of nature's most aggressive and dangerous wildlife located in the naturally occurring waterways of the Northern Territory. It is said that Australia’s Top End hosts over 100,000 saltwater crocodiles predominantly in and around the Darwin, Adelaide River and Mary River areas. So there is no need to worry, you be sure to See the biggest reptile in the world and oldest creature to walk the planet since dinosaurs, these prehistoric beasts growing up to 6 meters in length (the size of a small bus) and can weigh up to 1000kg. An infamous crocodile called “Sweetheart” was captured not too far from the Adelaide River after repeatedly chewing the motors off the back of fisherman's boats and stealing the farmers cows. Sweetheart unfortunately passed away and can now be seen taxidermied in the Darwin Museum. Our jumping crocodile cruise partners are highly trained to ensure the safety of both the crocodiles and passengers at all times. Crocodiles are fed buffalo meat, so that guests can see firsthand the powerful and spectacular hunting techniques of a saltwater crocodile. All staff are issued with Wildlife Permits by National Parks and Wildlife for our interactions and no animals are harmed in any way during our wildlife interactions. Meals: n/a Driving Distance: 120 km Hike Distance: - n/a *Note itinerary is interchangeable during seasonal fluctuations.
Meals :None

Operates: Daily (May-Nov) / Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun (Dec-Apr)

Our primary meeting point for this tour is: Travelodge Resort Darwin - 64 Cavenagh St Darwin City @ 07:30am.

Please note - Guests must arrive at your pickup location at least 10 minutes prior to your allocated pickup time.  We accept no responsibility if you fail to nominate a pickup location- this must be confirmed at least 24 hours prior with our reservations department, failure to nominate and board the bus will result in fare forfeiture