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Litchfield National Park Day Tour from Darwin

By: AAT Kings
Highlights
  • Full-day guided tour to Litchfield National Park, from Darwin
  • Take in the amazing scenery of the Tabletop Range
  • Visit several popular spots including Florence Falls, Tolmer Falls and Wangi Falls
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Litchfield National Park Day Tour from Darwin
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Litchfield National Park Day Tour from Darwin
From US$135.62
Overview
Explore a landscape of ancient rock formations, monsoon forests and cascading waterfalls on this full-day tour from Darwin to Litchfield National Park. Marvel at massive termite pillars, take a dip in natural swimming holes and explore rock pools at the base of the sparkling falls. Enjoy lunch at the Litchfield Café, and learn of the Aboriginal legends that surround this pristine landscape.
What to Expect
Take a break from the urban bustle on a full-day escape to Litchfield National Park. After morning pickup at your Darwin hotel or a central meeting point, soak up the scenery and listen to your guide’s narration on the approximately 2-hour drive to the park. As you approach, you’ll be greeted by inspiring views of Tabletop Range, a sandstone plateau adorned with a curtain of cascading waterfalls. 
Inside the park, marvel at giant cathedral termite mounds and learn how these astonishing structures are built by armies of tiny insects. Continue on to Florence Falls, where a 135-step stairway leads to an enchanting natural swimming hole. Take a refreshing dip if you like, and enjoy the surrounding monsoon forest.
Rest and recharge with a cold buffet lunch at the Litchfield Café, where you can indulge in a slice of famous cheesecake. After lunch, travel to nearby Wangi Falls, where year-round currents pour into a large swimming hole. Go in for another swim (during drier months), or simply admire the lush rain forest scenery if water levels are too high. Finally, visit one last glorious cascade, Tolmer Falls, which empties into a deep rock pool. 
On the return drive to Darwin, relax in the late afternoon light and listen to local Aboriginal legends about the park’s ancient attractions. Your tour concludes with drop-off back at your Darwin hotel in the evening.
Reviews (105)
1 - 5 of 13 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Spectacular scenery

The driver/tour guide gave a very interesting commentary on the drive to Litchfield National Park. Seeing the termite mounds up close was amazing and very interesting. We visited three waterfalls all of them beautiful and were able to swim at two of them. A great...More

Thank OldJill
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Brilliant waterfalls

Visited fabulous scenery in Litchfield park. Take the opportunity to swim in the waterfalls, and enjoy this amazing experience.

Thank Cate M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Worth a few hours on a coach

Beautiful water falls and amazing termite mounds are spectacular in different ways. Several days into the official start of the wet season we took an AAT King’s coach tour. Driver gave a good commentary. Took us to several waterfalls with opportunities for swimming at 2....More

Thank GilaRivka
Reviewed 22 October 2018
Great scenary, knowledgable driver/guide

Litchfield has some great scenery and is well worth the visit from that perspective. Added to this is the commentary from AAT Kings driver/guide. From 4 tours with AAT Kings in Darwin I've learnt that all their drivers are able to provide relevant commentary on...More

Thank Mythaluk
Reviewed 9 October 2018
Amazing

This is another long day but well worth it. It’s stunning scenery all the way. The trip down the Stuart Highway is very interesting with plenty of communication from a very knowledgable driver The water falls are spectacular and the swimming areas wonderful. The visit...More

1  Thank Richard G
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bchane2017
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Response from Karen S | Reviewed this property |
The road is sealed and is mostly highway It was very smooth in a large bus
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