Pacific

Bamurru Plains

In Australia, a Cessna crosses the low-lying areas towards Bamurru Plains in the Kakadu National Park. We fly for only 25 minutes before reaching a panorama of jungle and brown earth, seemingly loosing itself in the Mary River, reminding us slightly of the Delta of the Okavango.

9 tents are set up in this paradise for birds, wallabies and buffalos, facing red stretches of land as far as the eye can see and the marshy plain. The tents are surprising, mounted on wooden towers, they are made of large tin roof and three compact mosquito nets as walls, leaving no chance for a special encounter with the wilderness.

We are very well located in these tents, as close as possible to the show the buffalo offer by seemingly crossing the bush just in front of the bed! At nightfall, the Chef starts his magic before setting up a large table for all the guests, where one enjoys a local gastronomy accompanied by the famous Australian wines.

On a daily basis, excursions escorted by passionate guides are suggested to discover the local fauna and flora. Hovercraft rides through the plains, or boat trips on the river to try to spot crocodiles, fishing, 4×4 safaris and on foot, guided trekking or quad …