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West Coast and Ningaloo Reef – 8 Day Boutique Tour
Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Why will you love this tour!
An eight-day adventure like no other. What other trip offers the chance to visit the towering natural limestone Pinnacles, snorkel the waters of Ningaloo Reef – and meet a whale shark (they’re harmless, don’t worry!) – enjoy bushtucker with the Nhanda and Malgana people, catch rock lobsters, go dolphin spotting, and more? None. Book now and experience it for yourself.
Visit to the largest dunes in WA
Walk through the mysterious alien-like limestone towers of the Pinnacles at Nambung National Park
The adventure starts with a welcome meeting in Perth at 8.30am before we set out for the trendy seaside report of Geraldton. But this isn’t just any journey. We’ll stop off along the way to catch the largest dunes in WA and the mysterious alien-like limestone towers of the Pinnacles at Nambung National Park, as well as checking out the Leaning Trees of Greenough and lovely Jurien Bay, where you might spot a sea lion or two. In Geraldton, have a stroll around town before dinner, drinks, and a chance to get to know everyone.
After a leisurely breakfast, we head to historical Northampton, one of the oldest towns in Western Australia. We’ll catch some heritage buildings dating back to the 1800s, and meet the artists at a First Nations gallery. Next up: the Pink Lake at Hutt Lagoon, which truly lives up to its name, before gazing in awe at the wind-eroded sandstone of Nature’s Window, the spectacular Z-Bend Gorge, and the Kalbarri Skywalk at Kalbarri National Park. (B)
It’s a bit of an ocean-themed day today. Jump on a boat at the Kalbarri Marina to learn about the local rock lobster industry – and even pull up some lobster pots yourself, and keep your catch to enjoy later that evening! Then it’s one sealife legend to another, as we head off to scenic Monkey Mia, where the local Dolphin population thrives. Stop via the Hamelin Pool Marine Nature Reserve for some ‘living fossils’, and one of Shark Bay’s picturesque lookout. Put your feet up at Monkey Mia, or hit the water, before an evening First Nations experience courtesy of the Nhanda and Malgana people. This is your chance to try the didgeridoo or traditional conch shell, and taste some bush tucker. (B)
Here’s a post-breakfast activity you don’t get every day: Bottlenose dolphin-spotting with the Parks & Wildlife experts. Learn a bit about these magnificent animals, and then take some well-earned time off to relax on the beach, snap photos to make the folks back home jealous, or sit at the bar and watch the wildlife go by. If you fancy it, there’s a sunset cruise, and you’re invited, feel free to bring a sundowner with you. If you’re lucky you might spot the elusive sea cows, or ‘Dugongs’. (B)
It’s definitely a more spaced out day as we head to Carnarvon Space and Technology Centre for a quick photo stop. It was created to support NASA’s Gemini, Apollo and Skylab programs. Next up, we visit the Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre to learn about the region’s unique culture and country from its First Nations custodians. Relax tonight – maybe take the chance for a stroll along the beautiful foreshore to a local restaurant? (B)
A feast for the eyes awaits. After breakfast we stop to snap some pics of the Carnarvon Cactus Farm, one of the town’s quirkiest sights, before heading to Coral Bay, home to the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef – we pass along the Gascoyne Food Trail. The trail features everything from bananas and avocados, to beans, beef, ice cream, and mangoes. At Ningaloo reef, the world’s largest fringing reef, we’ll embark on a glass-bottom boat tour and snorkel experience, to see up to 250 species of coral and 500 species of fish. Further along the coast we visit Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, with stunning 360 degree views. This evening, take a walk around Exmouth, or relax at your hotel. (B)
It’s your day. Experience a swim with the world famous whale sharks, go whale-spotting, swim with manta rays, or get your hiking boots on – the choice is yours. You can select your optional adventure when you book your tour, or your guide can help you get set up. Why not join your new travel mates for a farewell dinner tonight? (B)
All good things must come to an end, sadly. It’s time to say goodbye to your fellow travellers after breakfast, and head back to Exmouth airport. (Or, if you booked additional accommodation, enjoy an extended stay and the chance to do more activities). Thanks for the memories! (B).
2 Day Exmouth to Perth Express Shuttle
If you need to get from Exmouth to Perth in hurry, but you do not want to either:
Meet at Ningaloo Lodge in the morning and depart for Geraldton. We will make regular bathroom and stops along the way, en-route to our overnight destination, Geraldton. Check into your accommodation and relax for the night.
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