Ethical Adventures NT

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Ethical Adventures offers the highest quality small group public tours and bespoke options across the Top End.

Working with the landscape, environment and people, Ethical Adventures gives you the ultimate in friendly professional touring and the standout in fun interpretive tours in the Top End.

Tours include and operate within:
Darwin City
Mary River
Adelaide River
Litchfield National Park
Kakadu National Park
Douglas Daly
Arnhemland

Options range from short Darwin city tours to full day adventures in the regions national parks as well as multi-day excursions to Kakadu National Park and Arnhemland.

All experiences are characterized by flexible itineraries, fresh homemade snacks and refreshments as well as spacious air conditioned touring vehicles.

The small group size (max 10) enables more time to spend with you individually, answering questions, telling stories or just relaxing with a minimum of impact on all aspects of the environment.

It is Ethical Adventures objective to treat each guest as if they are family and in so doing satisfy our commitment to Fair Trade, Responsible & Sustainable Touring.

Facilities

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Air Basic Birdwatching Boating Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Cultural and Theme Tours Customised Disabled access available Ecotourism Certified (EA) Extended Family Friendly Food and Wine Tours Full Day Half Day or Less International Land - Motorised Moderate Nature and wildlife Non Smoking Public Toilet Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Scenic Drives Sightseeing Tours Swimming The Ecotourism Association of Australia Visitor Information Centre Walk Walking and Biking Tours Water - Motorised

Services

$225

The Litchfield Wanderer is for those who want to get out and about and truly appreciate what the Top End has to offer.
Ancient stone fringed paths, pristine creeks and water holes fed by cascading waterfalls are the backdrop for your experience.

Qualified local eco friendly Australians are your guides.

Anything is possible on the Litchfield Wanderer one day tour from Darwin.

Get away from the city and come on a true adventure.

Features
• Morning tea at / in Berry Springs
• Exclusive dining at the Batchelor Museum (entry included)
• Exploration of Litchfield National Park
• Waterfalls, Walks, Photo opportunities
• Home prepared snacks and refreshments
• Education (history, culture, bush foods & medicines)
• Small friendly group (max. 10)
• Local qualified eco-friendly Australian guide
• Mercedes Benz touring vehicle

Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet

From $85 to $125

1/2 Day City Sights & Northern Beaches experience designed to showcase the highlights of the City but also what it is actually like to live here.
‘Discover Darwin City and the pristine natural beauty of the Top End during a guided city sightseeing tour and an excursion to several of the region’s breathtaking beaches.
Join us as we trace a meandering route throughout Darwin City and Northern Beaches pausing to admire Casuarina Coastal Reserve, Nightcliff Jetty, and East Point Reserve before delving into the vibrant heart of the city.
Nature, modern lifestyle and that sense of the Top End are what we are experiencing today.
Feature List:
• Maximum group size of only 10 guests
• Executive comfort touring vehicle (Mercedes)
• Flexible itinerary
• Live Commentary
• East Point Reserve
• Casuarina Coastal Reserve
• Nightcliff Jetty
• Cullen Bay
• Darwin City
• Darwin Museum and Art Gallery
• Short walk options including beach walks
• Ample photo opportunities
• Full city orientation tour

Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet

From $185 to $235

THE ULTIMATE wildlife viewing tour in the Top End.
Greet the outback sunrise as you are picked up from your hotel around 0545 am and relax in comfort.
As the warm golden rays highlight the red tones of the landscape, you’ll head south on your way to Fogg Dam Conservation Area.
Here you will learn some of the bush foods and medicine plants of the Top End whilst marveling at the massive diversity of wildlife in and around the floodplain region.
With over 230 different species of birds recorded here you are bound to find a favourite.
Take time to capture that iconic photo or to just sit and watch the wild antics as you sip on a lovely cup of tea whilst enjoying our breakfast snack of homemade ham and cheese croissants, cereals, fruits and yoghurt.
Having set the scene we then move on to Corroboree Billabong to enjoy a 1.5 hour cruise viewing and learning more of nature in its’ natural state. Snakes, crocodiles and more are regular features on this cruise so come prepared.
Having answered the call of the wild a picnic lunch in the outback is called for before making tracks back to Darwin.

Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet

$95

The perfect way to get to know the wildlife and habitats of the Top End.
Come on our shuttle to the Territory Wildlife Park and self guide your way around one of the territories finest attractions.
400 acres of natural wilderness complete with the animal characters which call it home the Wild Explorer is a relaxed full day of involvement and discovery.
On arrival at the park we will give you a full orientation to set you up for the day.
From here it is all in your hands, plenty of interactive demonstrations to view with the highly qualified and approachable rangers or perhaps find those quiet spots and study the actions of the animals!
Whatever you are interested in you will find it here.

Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet

From $215 to $225

For those who want to see the wild side of the Top End. This is for you.
Witness the power of nature as it unleashes tropical storms, swollen creeks and pounding waterfalls.
Appreciate the lush green, ancient landscape providing sanctuary to wild and unique flora and fauna, all the while taking in the rugged beauty which is the Top End.
Get to know the history and hear the stories 1000′s of years in the making whilst learning of present day issues and threats.
​This is a true adventure.
Features
• Morning tea and entry to Batchelor Museum (entry included)
• Exploration of Litchfield National Park
• Waterfalls, Walks, Photo opportunities
• Home prepared snacks and refreshments
• Education (history, culture, bush foods & medicines)
• Small friendly group (max. 10)
• Local qualified eco-friendly Australian guide
• Mercedes Benz touring vehicle
• Safe swimming option

Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet

Join ‘Colours of Kakadu’ as ethical adventures journeys into the heart of Top End indigenous culture.

Surrounded by the internationally significant World Heritage national park of Kakadu you will witness the countless centuries of human endeavour carefully recorded on this ancient landscape.

Meet the present-day traditional owners of Kakadu National Park. Hear their stories of creation, feel their love for the country and understand some of the issues.

Featuring Ubirr, Nourlangie, Anbanbang Billabong, Warradjan Culture centre, Bowali centre and including local indigenous guides and cruises.

The ‘Colours of Kakadu’ – 2 Day Kakadu tour, is ethical adventures way of introducing you to the people, culture and history of indigenous Australians

The ultimate Top End tour to Kakadu National Park.

‘Colours of Kakadu’ is the premium ALL-INCLUSIVE bespoke Kakadu tour.

A maximum of only 6 guests.

Hosted by dedicated local professionals.

Family Friendly Public Toilet

From $1385 to $1450

‘Sounds of Stone’ is a journey of the soul into indigenous culture and country.

Focusing on aboriginal people, art and environmental interaction across Kakadu and Arnhemland.

Featuring a small group (max. 10 guests) and hosted by dedicated local professionals.

This is a comprehensive 2 Day Kakadu experience.

Public Toilet

From $355 to $425

For those looking for an adventurous immersion into Litchfield National Park – AWAKEN IN THE WILD.

2 Days of exploration, hiking trails, waterfalls, scenic spots and camping in one of Australia’s greatest national parks.
Tread monsoon trails on your way to secluded swim spots and waterfalls. Hike to the top of the stone country for the expansive views and drift through the moonlit night in search of nocturnal animals.
This is the way to get to know Litchfield.
Max of only 6 guests.
Lets get personal.

Public Toilet

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