Guluyambi Cultural Cruise on the East Alligator River- K86

Kakadu Cultural Tours - Jabiru

Guluyambi Cultural Cruise on the East Alligator River


A$158 (2 Passengers)


1 hour 45 minutes.

Minimum Passengers:


Maximum Passengers:

50 (2 x 25-seater boats).

Departure Days:

Daily from 01MAY-30NOV.

Departure Time:

9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm.

Departure Point:

East Alligator River Up Stream Boat Ramp.


Not Included.


Not included.


- Not included.

Not Included:

- Kakadu permit.
- Meals.
- Hotel transfers.


On Request


A$158 (2 Passengers)


- Cruise on the East Alligator River.
- Aboriginal cultural display.


Valid for 01APR18-31MAR21:
The Guluyambi Cultural Cruise is a unique boat tour on Kakadu's scenically spectacular East Alligator River. Take in the wonderful pristine wilderness as we leisurely cruise up stream. An Aboriginal guide provides guests with an insight into their culture - local mythology, the river's abundant food chain, traditional uses for many plants and animals as well as bush survival skills. Disembark on the Arnhem Land side of the river and be treated to a display of traditional hunting and gathering implements before heading back down stream. Limited to just 25 guests per boat, the Guluyambi Cultural Cruise ensures an intimate and personalised cultural experience.

Child Policy:

Valid for 01APR18-31MAR21:
Infant: 0-3 years inclusive - free of charge.
Child: 4-14 years inclusive - child rates apply.

Important Information:

Valid for 01APR18-31MAR21:
- The East Alligator River cruise is subject to seasonal conditions and may be substituted for alternative touring. Due to the nature of the terrain and remote areas, weather fluctuations can adversely affect road conditions which may necessitate alterations to itineraries with little or no notice. The driver/guide will verify the best touring experience available to you on the day of travel. 
- Kakadu Cultural Tours reserves the right to modify itinerary and cruise operations to an alternative water system if environmental and cultural issues prevent access to advertised waterway.


On Request