Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Indigenous Experiences in Australia’s Northern Territory

Indigenous Experiences in Australia’s Northern Territory

Australia is home of the culture of the old world living with indigenous Aboriginal people having a continuous history spanning more than 50,000 years. Visit the Australia is the opportunity to discover a culture like no other on Earth and experience first-hand through art, dance, stories, music, and the land around you.
the indigenous Australians have a strong connection to the land with the creation of the world attributed to ancestral spirits coming to Earth and the creation of all life and landscapes. Their culture includes a fascinating understanding of the Earth and their spiritual connection is told through their Dreamtime stories, art, dance and music being passed from generation to generation.

If significant Aboriginal sites are not confined to a single area of the Australia, the northern territory offers a large number of attractions and experiences that highlight the unique culture past and present of the Australian native.

Capital city of Darwin in The Northern Territory is an ideal starting point to explore the region and Aboriginal culture. Easily accessible by airlines, Darwin offers visitors a city full of festivals in outdoor, weekend markets, water's edge restaurants and tropical greenery. You basic to Darwin and make your way to the excursions to the Park National of Litchfield, the Tiwi, Kakadu and Arnhem Land Islands or even head South through the center of Australia to Adelaide in South Australia on the spectacular train trip Ghan.
just to the East of Darwin is of Kakadu National Park, an area world heritage, with a certain number of Aboriginal operators offering experiences guided special to maximize your time here. Discover the art of rock paintings, an abundance of bird life, the many rivers and billabongs and landscapes that make up this park. Take a one day trip from Darwin or camping in comfort with the locals and their customs and traditions.

Mt. Borradaile - Arnhemland
Mt. Borradaile - buys, by Tourism Australia

Kakadu is a small part of the vast region of the land of Arnhem, regarded as a distant and mysterious area a bastion of Aboriginal culture and tradition. Small planes and helicopters make it easy to reach otherwise remote safari camps in the expanse of the Earth of Arnhem and gain a true sense of isolation. Here you can discover a number of exclusive and indigenous intensive experiences that connects you with this unique country and culture.

The remarkable Katherine Gorge sits on the southern edge of Arnhem Land and is the jewel in the Crown of the Park National:. The rugged sandstone cliffs were carved over millions of years and feature spectacular waterfalls and lush rainforest. Aboriginal culture is strong in this area and you can join a local Jawoyn people on a tour through the region through many sites of significant rock art and other culturally significant places. Take a scenic flight to take the spectacular panorama of the areas, or take the challenge with the five days Jatbula path takes you through 37 miles of land following the line of the song of the local Jawoyn people.
Park National of Litchfield lies a few hours west of Darwin and picturesque features viewing points, clearly offering refreshing swims and pools of the picturesque waterfalls that are easily accessible to visitors. An Aboriginal guide can show you several areas of the park that are accessible to the general public and you provide great insight in their cultural and environmental understanding. Discover the giant mounds, rainforests and magnificent rock formations which all contribute to the natural ecosystem diverse in this region.

Florence Falls, Litchfield National Park, by Tourism Australia 

Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park
Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park, by Tourism Australia

Travel to the northeast corner of Arnhem Land and Gove Peninsula, where the people of Yolngu continues to maintain close links with the land and their traditions. The annual Garma Festival is the native event more important of the Australia attracting more than 2,000 visitors to discover a spectacular demonstration of cultural practices, including the ancient tales, Visual arts, dance and music.

A lot of Aboriginal Australians consider Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (the Olgas name) and its surroundings to be the spiritual heart. The local Anangu see these towering rock formations as one of the most sacred places, and they feature strongly in their cultural and spiritual beliefs.

You're looking for adventure, the traditions, the kitchen or landscapes take the opportunity to discover this fascinating culture directly from an Aboriginal guide. What be your interests are there is the possibility to access some more exclusive sites of Australia with your Aboriginal guide, including pristine beaches, lush tropical forests, hidden waterfalls, remote islands and rugged gorges. A totally different perspective and take a fascinating Aboriginal culture through captivating.