Northern Territory Small Group Tours and Travel
Delve into the spectacularly diverse ecosystems of Australia's 'Top End' with northern territory small group tours. The Top End is famed for its exceptional national parks, rich representation of Aboriginal culture and hidden corners bursting with native wildlife, tranquil waterholes and tumbling waterfalls.
Darwin is the starting point with Northern Territory small group tours to Australia's largest National Park Kakadu and equally as incredible Katherine Gorge and Nitmiluk National Parks.
Looking for Australian culture? This is the place to be with authentic northern territory small group tours and expeditions into Arnhem Land. The traditional land owners are the Yolngu people who have kept their cultural way of life to the present day in a region that is arguably one of the last areas in Australia that could be seen as a completely separate country.
Heading west experience adventures of a lifetime to Broome, or even all the way to Perth. Red centre adventures travel to Alice Springs and Uluru, or keep going to the southern coastal cities of Adelaide and Melbourne.
The 'Top End' can be a wild place, with the largest population of salt water crocodiles in the world and Australia's largest national park Kakadu, the way to go is northern territory small group tours. Smaller groups mean getting close to the wildlife, intimate cultural experiences and getting to the best places off the beaten track with custom built four-wheel drive vehicles.
Tour leaders on northern territory small group tours are 'Ozzies' who know their destinations better than anyone and love what they do. With expert local knowledge, a passion for wildlife, the great outdoors and leaders in responsible travel your Top End adventure will be second to none.
SustainableTravel and Eco Tourism
Tree Hugger Travel promotes group tours and travel in Tasmania that are committed to sustainable travel and eco tourism principles. Australia, although an advanced country, is still learning from environmental mismanagement and ecological breakdowns. Therefore we believe travel must be conducted in a responsible manner, helping echo a call for protection of our unique plants, animals and multitude of eco-systems by showcasing them to international travellers.
With every tour listing you will find information on how that tour gives back and/or its eco accreditation and other awards.
Tree Hugger Travel - Giving Back
Or unique customer eco-rewards programme in partnership with the World Land Trust funds, purchases and protects threatened rainforest habitats globally. Every group tours and travel in Australia adventure will stay how much rainforest will be protected by you simply booking the tour.
Trip Styles - choosing the style that suits you:
Our Basix style trips are designed for travellers who want exceptional value, plenty of free time and having the flexibility to choose where and how their time and money is spent. By working plenty of free time into the itineraries and keeping many of the activities optional, we aim to make travel possible for those on even the most slender of budgets. After all, why pay for an activity or excursion you wouldn’t otherwise be interested in? Or a level of comfort you don’t require?
Depending on the region you’re travelling in, Basix trips stay in either shared permanent tents at established campsites – some powered, some not – or in dorm-share accommodation. Sleeping bags are required when camping on Basix trips and some regions also feature the option of sleeping under the stars in a swag (a waterproof canvas bedroll, with a built in mattress).
Classix style trips run at a relaxed pace, include plenty of free time, are built from local know-how and have an off-the-beaten-track vibe. Travellers love them because they’re the opposite of the clichéd big bus group tour: think small, fun and adventurous.
Classix style camping is in shared permanent twin-share tents that feature cosy beds, wooden floors, full linen, lighting, power points, a bedside table and fans. In some places, twin-share hostel/motel rooms are the go. Those travelling solo aren’t charged any extra if they’re happy to room-share with someone of the same gender. For those who’d prefer their own room, single supplements are sometimes available.
Travelling on a Comfort style trip means encountering all that the real world has to offer, but with an added degree of comfort. The travel pace is more relaxed and the accommodation a touch nicer. You will also be treated to more included meals, visits to popular restaurants or eateries, more leader-led activities and get a greater immersion in all things local.
Handpicked comfortable hotels with pivate amenities and often plenty of local character with an emphasis on.