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3 day Kakadu & Litchfield Mindfulness Escape
3 day Kakadu & Litchfield Mindfulness Escape

Mon, 27 May

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KOPI Stop

3 day Kakadu & Litchfield Mindfulness Escape

This camping mindfulness Adventure promises a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Uncover the hidden treasures of Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks, showcasing their unparalleled beauty. Explore Ancient Aboriginal Rock, mesmerising Wetlands, and revitalising waterfalls.

Time & Location

3 more dates

27 May 2024, 8:00 am – 29 May 2024, 5:00 pm

KOPI Stop, 1/2 Harriet Pl, Darwin City NT 0800, Australia

About The Event

This journey is the perfect mix of Fun, Adventure & Mindfulness that will revive your Mind, Body & Spirit. Witness the ancient landscapes of the Top End, experience various mindfulness techniques in some very powerful and unique places and nourish your body with healthy, delicious meals. This adventure will leave you grounded and blissed out ;)

From$1399

SAFE YOUR SPOT! Deposit only $280

***Contact WSR for payment plan!***

Duration

3 days, 2 nights

Departure

KOPI Stop, 1/2 Harriet Pl, Darwin City NT 0800

Max. Guests:

6 passengers

Retreat Highlights:

  • Be guided on an expedition from Darwin to Kakadu, exploring beautiful landscapes, learning about local culture and connecting with like-minded women.
  • See some of the world's most magnificent Rock Art in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park.
  • Participate in mindfulness and mindfulness activities led by a qualified life coach
  • Experience the power of Breathwork and meditation out on this powerful ancient country
  • Guided walks (up to 3 km, grade 2-4)
  • Swim at waterfalls and secluded swimming holes

What's Included:

  • 2 x breakfast, 3 x lunch, 2 x dinner
  • Drinking Water
  • Camping equipment
  • Campsite fees and National Park entry tickets
  • Transport to all destinations in an air-conditioned 4WD.
  • Accredited and Knowledgeable driver-guide
  • Personal development activities
  • 2 Nights camping in Safari Tent or Basic Swag
  • Learn about Indigenous culture and rock art viewing
  • Wetlands River Cruise

Not included:

  • Any drinks besides water
  • Flights
  • Travel Insurance

Day 1: Darwin - Kakadu National Park

We commence our adventure in Darwin, where we'll set out towards Kakadu National Park, making our way to Burrungkuy (Nourlangie). Here, we'll uncover one of the world's most impeccably preserved collections of Aboriginal Rock Art. We'll delve into the rich history of cultural and environmental changes in the region. Our journey then takes us to the renowned Warradjan Cultural Centre, providing us invaluable insights into local Indigenous culture and history. This afternoon we embark on a cruise across captivating Wetlands Region of the Yellow Water Billabong. This presents an exceptional chance to observe an extensive array of wildlife from the Top End. Keep an eye our for crocodiles.

After an eventful day, we retreat to our campsite to prepare a hearty dinner

Meals: Lunch (L), Dinner (D). Accommodation: Kakadu National Park, Swags in Tents. Distance Traveled: 330 kilometers. Hiking Distance and Difficulty: 1-kilometer loop, Grade 2.

Day 2: Kakadu - Litchfield

Today we head towards the south of Kakadu. Here, we dedicate the morning to immersing ourselves in the awe-inspiring natural wonders, traversing lush monsoon rainforests, and indulging in refreshing swims amidst pristine plunge pools. Depending on seasonal access we may choose to explore Barramundi Gorge (Maguk) or Yurmikmik (Motor Car Falls). This afternoon our journey takes us through Pine Creek, a quaint pioneering town located in the Katherine region just outside of Kakadu National Park. This town gained fame in the 1970s for its gold discovery. En route, we pause for a brief revitalising break at the Adelaide River before continuing our journey to the enchanting Litchfield National Park where we will stay overnight

Meals: Breakfast (B), Lunch (L), Dinner (D). Accommodation: Kakadu National Park Safari Tents or Basic Swags. Distance Traveled by Vehicle: 318km. Hiking Distance and Difficulty: 1.5km - 3km. Grade 2-34.

Day 3: Litchfield National Park to Darwin.

Prepare to be enchanted by Litchfield's pristine natural haven, where spring-fed streams meander through rugged sandstone escarpments. Here, you'll have the opportunity to relish moments of tranquility at some of the idyllic rock pools and cascading waterfalls. like Buley Rockhole, Wangi Falls, or Florence Falls, where you can indulge in rejuvenating dips. There are a lot of places to choose from in Litchfield, we will choose the best ones for each group.

Meals: Breakfast (B), Lunch (L). Distance Traveled by Vehicle: 185km. Hiking Distance and Difficulty: 1 to 2 km. Grade 1-2.

Food and Accommodation on tour

FOOD

You will enjoy delicious and nutritious meals catered for any dietary requirements (Please let us know before our trip any dietary requirements you have). All meals are prepared onsite, and everyone will have an opportunity to come together to pitch in and help with the preparation.

ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation in Tent with Swag and Pillow provided

Fitness:

This is an active trip involving daily short hikes and walks, sometimes over uneven terrain, ranging from a few hundred meters to 3km, through rocky riverbed, stepping up and down, over rocks and boulders, or from boulder to boulder. Medium to high fitness level recommended. You are most welcome to come along, even if you aren't super fit. But keep in mind you might have to sit some of the walks out. However there is NO age limit, everyone is welcome. Our trips are often quite mixed in terms of age, where people are from and what they do. However there is a weight restriction of max 90kg due to limited seating in the vehicle, being a 4WD car and not a bus

Who is this for?

This retreat is for those who want more than just a holiday and more than just a retreat. This is a perfect combination of both. Connect with like-minded people, laugh together, overcome challenges together, and learn how to conquer the mind.

This trip is whatever you want it to be:

- Just a relaxing fun holiday away from your phone and everyday stress, or

- A mind and body reset, learning new tools and trick to implement in everyday life, or

- A life changing experience, that will shift something big for you and how you view things, empowering you to take that next step.

Finish point:

Our trip will finish in Darwin at approximately 5 pm on the last day of the journey. We will drop you back in Darwin Cbd. It is recommended that your departure flight is not until the following day, in case of any delays along the way.

Getting there:

If you are flying into Darwin Airport, we recommend arriving the day before our adventure to avoid any flight delays or cancellations. Information on how to get to your accommodation can be found at https://www.darwinairport.com.au/transport-options.

Where to Stay:

People always ask for cheap, quiet and central... Darwin doesn't really do that. If you stay central, like on mitchel or on smith street (backing onto mitchel) it will most likely be pretty noisy.

Some decent options are:

Capitanos

Darwin poinciana Inn

Vitina Studio Motel

Frontier Hotel

Alatai Holiday Apartments

These range between 120$ - 200$ and all are between 5-10 min walk from our starting location.

Important information:

  • Our tours are active participation-based tours. We rely on the goodwill of all passengers to make them a success. This includes your assistance in preparing meals, washing up, gathering firewood and loading/unloading vehicles.
  • *All activities and site visits are dependent upon weather and seasonal closure. Suppose any attractions are inaccessible or closed for whatever reason. In that case, we will do our best to offer an equally attractive alternative or spend more time in the locations that we visit.
  • *Itinerary may change due to cultural reasons, seasonal changes, operational logistics and accessibility.
  • Luggage is restricted to 10kg per person.
  • Travel insurance is highly recommended for all guests.
  • We offer a healthy and diverse menu on a tour that caters to most diets, including vegetarian and, if possible, gluten-free and vegan. If you have specific food requirements outside of this, we advise you to bring your own food as we operate in remote areas and catering to all isn't always possible

PLEASE READ OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS BEFORE BOOKING

BY MAKING A BOOKING YOU AGREE TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

What to Bring:

  • Journal if you have one
  • Yoga Mat (if you prefer your own - please let us know if you would like us to provide one)
  • Towel
  • Swimmers
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellant
  • Wide brimmed hat
  • Sturdy walking shoes/boots
  • Jacket/Jumper and long pants (nights can be cool)
  • Camera/ gopro
  • Power bank (there may not be charging at campgrounds)
  • Head torch
  • Day pack (small backpack to use during day times)
  • Water bottle 1.5l
  • sleeping bag (if you prefer to use your own - hire 20$)
  • Toiletries
  • comfortable and casual clothing for the length of the trip.

Tickets

  • Deposit

    $280.00
    Tax: GST included
  • Standard Ticket

    $1,399.00
    Tax: GST included

Total

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