Jumping Crocodile Cruise
Your adrenaline will be flowing when you watch a six-meter-long saltwater crocodile leap out of a murky river metres from where you are sitting. On a jumping crocodile tour down the Adelaide River, you may see all of this and more. An professional guide will provide intriguing comments about crocodiles and other species as you cruise around the wildlife-rich waters.
Crocs rush from the water to feast on meat dangling from the boat along the trip, providing an up-close view of these prehistoric monsters as well as excellent photo opportunity. Other species, such as white-bellied sea eagles and whistling kites, will also be visible.
The Jumping Crocodile Trip on the Adelaide River tour from Darwin is a handy option to take this cruise and see the adjacent wetlands. This five-hour tour includes pick-up and drop-off from your central Darwin hotel, as well as visits to the Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre, where you can learn more about the surrounding ecosystems through interactive displays, and the Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve. Important bird and reptile species, as well as animals like water buffalo and wallabies, are protected in this wetlands and wildlife refuge. This is one of Darwin’s most remarkable experiences.