I've said my fair share of negatives regarding 737 business class (see Ethiopian Business JNB-ADD: The Worst Flight Experience). My flight from Sydney to Darwin was on a 737 but my take on the flight is only positive.
I came to Darwin to see crocs. Stop one was a croc jumping tour on the Adelaide River. For the fair price of $45AUD ($32), croc lovers are taken by boat to one of the habitats of the saltwater crocodile.
Don't you hate when a hotel is too many points to validate booking and not cheap enough to validate paying? The DoubleTree Darwin was 19k points a night or $88.
Croc hunting continued in Kakakdu on the Yellow River cruise. For 90AUD per person, tourists are taken on a two hour cruise with an indigenous guide. Unlike the croc jumping tour which is more of a novelty activity, this was an authentic experience.
I've bungee jumped in Victoria Falls (see 3,2,1 Bungee!). I've tried to dive with Great Whites in South Africa (see Ripoff Alert! Great White Cage Diving in South Africa with SharkLady Adventures). Today, I was put into a death cage with the most amazing animal in the world, the crocodile.
Litchfield National Park Northern Territories is part of the TPOL Down Under Trip Report. The culmination of my croc tour was visiting Litchfield National Park. Thus far I had seen Jumping Crocs, Crocs on the Yellow...