Explore the rugged Kimberley region from Broome to Kununurra
Explore Australia’s rugged Kimberley region on this 13-day adventure through the red heart of the west. Explore the underground caves at Tunnel Creek, the tranquil pools at Bell Gorge and the lily-filled waters at Galvans Gorge. Trek through sandstone ranges at El Questro, spot wildlife in Geikie Gorge and hear stories from a descendant of the traditional owners of the Sunday Islands. Visit pearl farms at Cygnet Bay, admire the iconic Bungle Bungles and camp by a billabong (Banjo Patterson-style) on a cattle station. Get as active as you want or simply enjoy the serenity of this unusual corner of Australia.
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A Guide and a host will accompany you on this trip
Enjoy an experience in Tunnell Creek, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm tour, Island of the Giant Tides and Geikie Gorge cruise
Spend two nights staying in the iconic El Questro Wilderness Park, with plenty of free time to take part in activities such as swimming in the gorges, trekking through the bush and bird watching
This itinerary covers all of the highlights across the Great Kimberley and accommodates for a more relaxed style of travelling
Cape Leveque is one of Australia's most beautiful, spiritual and remote places. Not many people visit this part of the world, but you will.
This trip is a bit more comfortable than a rustic camping experience, as there are a few more added home comforts. There's nothing wrong with being comfortable though, right?
The weather conditions can be challenging in the Kimberley, please ensure you are aware of the heat encountered in this region
Expect some early morning starts! It is nicer to walk in the cooler morning and travel in the vehicle during the heat of the day.
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There are currently no scheduled departures on our The Great Kimberley Overland (Basix) trip. If you are interested in other trips in the region visit one of the links below.
1. Tour commences in Broome on day 1 at 6:30am and finishes in Broome day 13 after breakfast. Onward travel can be booked at any time.
2. This trip is available in Basix and Original styles, see PKOL-O for Original camping.
3. This trip requires a sleeping bag
Our The Great Kimberley Overland (Basix) trips score an average of 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews in the last year.
I was disappointed that Intrepid failed to advise me that I should contact the tour operator when arriving in Broome. Intrepid failed to disclose that Kimberley Wild operated the trip - not Intrepid. I may not have taken this trip if I had known. In the end, it was better than most trips I have been on. This review should provide other comments than the topics selected by Intrepid
Review submitted 25 Jun 2018
Long hours in a bus, scenery was average, saw little wetlands and no wildlife. We saw none of what the Kakadu uses as its advertising. The brochure needs to be revised.
Review submitted 13 Jun 2018