Darwin Crocodile Tour Highlights
- Travel onboard the Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise
- Cruise the Adelaide River wetlands and waterways
- Explore the diverse ecosystem of Northern Territory
- Abundance of Australian reptiles and birdlife
- Supporting traditional land owners
Crocodile day trip from Darwin
The crocodile day trip from Darwin boards the cruise at the Adelaide River. 238-kilometers in length, The Adelaide River is a stunning sight to behold and is renowned for being highly populated with crocodiles. Whilst the reptiles were once considered to be in danger of extinction in the Northern Territory, it’s clear to see that there is now a thriving population here in the area, with an estimated 150,000 saltwater crocodiles and 100,000 freshwater crocodiles in the region. Freshwater crocodiles can grow up to three meters in length whereas saltwater crocs can be as long as six meters and way over 100 kilograms.
Onboard you’ll learn so many more interesting facts and discover fascinating details about these incredible reptiles that will blow your mind.
Our Darwin crocodile tour is both thrilling and an educational experience. Our guides provide a wealth of fascinating information and live commentary along the way that teach you astounding facts about the biology and behaviour of crocodiles and the local ecosystem.