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Over Wildman Wilderness Lodge
In April 2011 heeft deze tropische lodge haar deuren geopend. Deze kleinschalige lodge ligt temidden van de Mary River Wetlands. Hier wordt u getrakteerd op een echte 'wetlands'- ervaring. Ga zoutwaterkrokodillen ('salties') spotten tijdens een boottocht over de Mary River of maak excursies naar het prachtige Kakadu National Park. Hier ervaart u de tropische omgeving van Top End als geen ander. Aan het einde van de middag geniet u van een heerlijke maaltijd onder het genot van een Australisch wijntje. Zó hoort vakantie te zijn!
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: Luxe 50m2 tent met fan, en suite badkamer.
Kamers zijn voorzien van airco en compleet ingerichte badkamer.
Temidden van de Mary River Wetlands, halverwege tussen Darwin en Kakadu National Park.
Kakadu wordt in de volksmond ook wel 'Kaka Do' genoemd. Dit geeft al aan dat dit nationale park eigenlijk niet mag ontbreken op een reis door het Northern Territory van Australië.
Kakadu National Park is even groot als Denemarken of Ierland en is het grootste National Park van Australië.
"Unreal real NT experience "
Flew in by helicopter remote adventures NT amazing place great staff so surreal good food not overpriced . Amazing stories from the hunter himself . Great pool to. Might get hot though but hey that's NT great fire pit would be nice in cooler months
"Overpriced and under serviced!"
From the moment of our poorly received check in from the General Manager to all the small things that are lacking in detail of service ("get your own bikes down in the shed they should be ok to go") self service of wine and water at dinner, canned fruit at motel style buffet breakfast, totally disappointed all round.
"Nice relaxing time but expensive"
Expensive mini break not sure it lived it up the price. Stayed in a habitat room which was lovely.....has lovely air con in comparison to the tents I believe. Lovely verandah at the front with wildlife dotted about. The food was reasonably good The Kakadu day tour was very interesting and would recommend but a long time in the mini bus..thanks god for the swimming pool after a long day traveling...lots of kids splashing about so not relaxing for a luxury quiet stay but pool lovely in itself. Biggest down side and may be it was just the season......we have never eaten dinner so quickly due to al the flies and insects inside.....we would look up and at least a handful of insects in our food and drink and we were constantly wiping down the white table cloth.ive done many safaris in plenty of other continents and I've never seen anything like it ! The only other thing, and it's only because of the price of the place....was hoping you would get clean towels when the room was made up but they weren't replaced.
"Close(ish) to luxury"
When we arrived at Wildman, we were super excited. Splurged over 600 bucks on a night at a wilderness lodge, glamping it up in a safari tent in the bush, with a three course dinner and breakfast included. Sounded perfect. In reality, it was good. Had issues, was way over priced, and it just isn't quite luxury in either service or standard of accommodation. But we did enjoy it and I would go back. They lost our booking on arrival and then we were asked if we booked using 'the Easter 20% off special' when they offered to find us a room. I said I didn't think so and they didn't honour the discount even though they couldn't find the booking. I wasn't too bothered but the classy thing to do would have been to offer it once it had been mentioned. We stayed in a safari tent which was really nice, but as humid and hot as it was, for over 600 bucks, wow you need aircon. It was oppressive in the tent and there were way too many bugs everywhere for it to be luxurious. Tent was a bit old with plenty of holes for wrigglers to get into and so we found we were sharing with millions of ants and a lot of flies once the night lights came on. It's fine, it's the bush, but it wasn't luxurious which you'd expect for the price. Maybe the tents are a bit old, but they are nicely done out. Just need some TLC and repairs. Food was great, drinks flowed, pool was lovely for a dip but full of kids and therefore not so relaxing. Staff were friendly and really good people but again it wasn't 600 a night service by any stretch. And that's not me being unrealistic about what can be achieved in the bush, it's just what you expect in the price bracket relative to a similar glamping eexperience in NSW or Victoria. So I would recommend it if you don't mind the cost and can deal with the bugs, just don't expect a perfect African safari lodge because it's not that.
"Quality accommodation, food, and customer service. A+"
We stayed at the property for four nights in April 2017 in a "habitat". We were very satisfied with the quality of the accommodation, the food, and customer service provided by the staff. We also thoroughly enjoyed the activities. We went on the airboat tour of the wetlands and a helicopter tour of Kakadu National Park. We highly recommend this property.
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1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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