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Kakadu Touring - Jim Jim and Twin Falls or Ubirr Rock Art?

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My wife and I are traveling with our kids (four active teenagers with a love for the outdoors) in the Northern Territory with a few days in Kakadu and I am faced with a choice in Kakadu. Because of timing and our itinerary, I am trying to decide between a day on a 4WD guided tour to Jim Jim Falls and Twin Falls or a self-tour of the rock art at Ubirr and the Guluyambi River cruise. We will have spent the previous day exploring some of the southern sections of the park including Nourlangie Rock and some of the smaller falls in the southern part of the park.

Does anyone have any insight into the Jim Jim/Twin Falls guided tours or sone thoughts on the choice. Thank in advance for your help.

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