Published on : Monday, March 21, 2016
Thirty years after the release of the famous Paul Hogan film, Crocodile Dundee, Kakadu in Western Australia is to be showcased again through its first ever Discovery Month during April. The movie was set largely in Kakadu featuring its spectacular natural attractions; it also introduced the spirituality and culture of the region’s Indigenous people to a wider world.
Follow in the footsteps of Crocodile Dundee with an exciting 18-day bespoke self-drive discovery tour of the spectacular Kakadu National Park and Kimberley region from Battered Suitcase. Created for the independent traveller with a deep sense of adventure, it takes in the remarkable and diverse landscapes and amazing wildlife in remote areas often described as a ‘wilderness’ or the ‘out back’. The itinerary is a suggestion only; Battered Suitcase will tailor it to suit the individual so every experience is different.
Available until October, the tour (excluding flights) is priced from £5,547 per person to include hire of a four wheel-drive, air-conditioned vehicle with maps and full documentation; 17 nights’ accommodation with most meals and some drinks and selected guided tours of choice.
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