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By Jessica Plautz
August 25, 2017

You may not know the name, but you've likely seen at least part of Kakadu National Park: The natural wonder in Australia's Northern Territory served as an unforgettable backdrop in “Crocodile Dundee.”

The region is remote, and relatively difficult to get to: To fly to Darwin airport (the closest international option), U.S. travelers are unlikely to make less than two connections — for travel times upwards of 30 hours. And the park is still another three hours' drive from the airport.

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But if you're wondering if it's worth the travel time, your answer is in the video above. And that answer is a resounding “Yes.”

The Aboriginal groups that own the land gave special permission for Tourism Northern Territory to take drone footage of the area. The resulting video is like a love letter to the planet — and especially the Australian continent.

Watching the video, we're having a hard time not booking a flight right now. Maybe one-way ... you know, to save some money.