BUSHWALKING YOGA

ADVENTURE

3-5 September- Fully booked

17-19 September- Open for bookings (early bird fee before 10 September)

This tour will delight people who love bush walking, camping, swimming and yoga. You need to bring your own light gear. You will carry your pack with everything (tent, sleeping bag, clothes, etc) for the first two hours of the tour.

This adventure includes: 

  • Two 3 course dinners
  • 4 wheel drive to Litchfield and back
  • 4 yoga sessions with a highly experienced teacher
  • Highly experienced guide
  • Like-minded people
  • Environmentally sound
  • Security PLB, Sat phone
  • NT Park cost and permit
  • Boiling water for breakfast

This is an exclusive tour with only 8 participants

Things to bring

Essential Bushwalking Items. This is the gear you must take on a tour with us. 

PACKS 

 Backpack

Between 50 and 75 litres with quality harness. When full, your pack should weigh between 10 and 15kg. If it is more than 15kg, it means you will carry some stuff that you will not use during the walk. It is important for your comfort and wellbeing to keep the weight as low as possible. Food bags will weigh from 2 to 3kg so your pack should not exceed 12 kg before I give you the food bags.

Daypack Foldable

The daypack will be used to carry a pair of sandals, a lunch, a bottle of water, a torch sometimes and small personal gear. It should be light and simple.

SLEEPING

Tent

There is now plenty of single 1kg tents on the market. I strongly advise you to take the fly. Even if the chance of rain is very unlikely during the dry season, it remains a possibility.

Sleeping bag

Nights can be surprisingly cold in North Australia during the dry season (May to September). You will need a 0° to 10°celcius sleeping bag, depending of your cold capacities. You must take a sleeping bag is not an option to participate without during the dry season.

Mattress 3 seasons

Air mattress can be as light as 360 grams. They will isolate you from the ground and keep your night comfortable when we will sleep on gravel or irregular ground.

Pillow

It is not a compulsory item but for 50 grams, it will improve the quality of your nights.

Head Torch

Take some spare batteries even if one set should be enough for the length of the tour.

COOKING AND WATER

Bottles

You have to be able to carry 2 litres of water. I will always ask you to carry at least 1 litre during our walks.

Cup

For the tea/coffee and conviviality

Bowl

Take a bowl wide enough to help for the serving of food

Fork

For the spaghetti, noddles…

Spoon

For the soups, meals…Don’t forget it!

CLOTHES, SHOES, GAITERS AND GLASSES

Shoes

Your shoes must have been used for at least 15 days. They have to be comfortable and in good state. It should not be damaged in any parts

Sandals

For the camp and for river crossing

Socks

At least 2 pairs of light merino socks (200 base layer). Socks with 50% merinos, 45% polyamide and 5% Elastane are a great compromise. They will protect you from blisters. They are very comfortable, dry fast and reduce the smell.

If you are subject to blisters, I advise you to wear two pairs of light merino socks. It should reduce friction enough to prevent blisters

Gaiters

Off track walking means walking in sting grass and through scrubby areas. Gaiters will protect your skin and you trouser.

Trouser

I advise you to wear long legged trousers

Shirt or tee-shirt:

I advise you to wear long sleeved shirts or t-shirts

Hat

It is absolutely essential to wear a broad brimmed hat in North Australia!

Sun Glasses

It is an essential item of sun protection

Gloves

Strongly advised to protect your hands in the scrubby areas. Personally, I take a simple pair of construction gloves. There is some from $5 to $10 at Bunnings

 TOILETRY AND FIRST AID

Sun cream

You will have to protect naked skin from the sun at all time (never before swimming!). 

Personal hygiene

Toothbrush, Toothpaste.

Trowel

Will be necessary to dig a 20 cm deep hole for toileting. I can get a trowel for you on request.

Toilet paper

Please reduce the amount of paper you will use. Paper can be replaced by water.

Personal First Aid kit

For small bruises and personal medication.

 

 

 

17-19 September 2021

Leave for Litchfield Friday 8am

Return to Darwin Sunday between 4am and 6pm.

This is an exclusive tour with only 8 participants.

Cost: $749

(Early Bird: $699 before 10 September)