Landmarks in Nitmiluk National Park

Nitmiluk National Park in Australia and in particular the northern part of this continent, a distant destination that few people know and visit. The place is really a virgin, especially in the area around the river and its Katherine Gorge.

Nitmiluk National Park is a protected area, but that does not mean that there are major restrictions for tourists. Near River Katherine, starting from Kakadu is ideal for rafting because the water is calm, except for a few high waterfalls. The weather is always sunny and panoramic pictures of this beautiful place are simply required. There are two places for organized camping that are protected against fire and 30 km approved zone for tourism on the river above the town of Katherine. You will notice the many signs that warn visitors of the park for the occurrence of freshwater crocodiles. There is nothing to worry because the incident registered with these reptiles will. Bookmark and Share

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Top attractions in Nitmiluk National Park

Bring water, because temperatures in Nitmiluk National Park in Australia are high even in winter. The gorge itself is up to 50 meters high with several waterfalls along the water. The most beautiful to me are Edith Falls where the water starts ecotrail Jatbula Trail.

Edith Falls are arranged one after the other with a relatively small height. When there is high water on the river Katherine, waterfalls are extremely beautiful. The water is ideal for bathing and should not miss a cooling off during the hot months. The park is home to over 200 species of birds, over 40 species of mammals and reptiles of course.

Another popular trail is the Butterfly Gorge. Here you have the choice for gids in the park. It is preferable to hire aboriginal, who will introduce you to the efforts of people in the conservation of wildlife Nitmiluk National Park in Australia. From May to September is the best time to visit.

Besides three liters of water a day to wear sunscreen, binoculars, camera, first aid equipment and favorite food. During the dry period has several holiday Aboriginal, make it very should not miss - Barunga Festiva and Spirits Festival. These include competition fishing, canoe races and other attractions.

There is an opportunity to see Nitmiluk National Park in Australia of high, join a tour with helicopter. You expect an exciting journey through the natural beauty of Australia. North of the park is a protected area where they live Arnhem Land Aborigines. Experience the culture and traditions and pay attention to rock their colorful drawings.

Discover Nitmiluk National Park in Australia by boat, on foot, by canoe or helicopter, you expect 13 spectacular carved by water and document this in beautiful panoramic photos. If you want to see more interesting destinations visit the help page for phenomena of Australia.

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