A crocodile in Kakadu National Park
Kakadu National Park is Located in the Northern Territory in Australia. It is a superior park, but little known: a perfect location for remote adventures far away from civilization. Solitude in its most pristine form.
The most famous “asset” of the park are the crocodiles. The 15-foot beasts that have survived since the bygone days of the dinosaurs. They now stil laze in the undisturbed rivers in the Kakadu National Park.
The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its natural wonders as well as the 5,000 ancient rock paintings of the Aborigines in the rock caves. Some of these paintings can be as old as 25,000 years.
Camping and hiking is very popular. To avoid the flood waters of the rainy season, you may wish to travel here from April to October. Either way, this park is a great place to go for pristine wilderness and history.