The 65-guest Oceanic Discoverer easily navigates the mighty rivers and tiny inlets of the Kimberley region.
At Low Rock, skies fill with the movements and sounds of thousands upon thousands of seabirds.
Activities at Talbot Bay are planned around the tides.
The Kimberley is one of the most remote and captivating regions on earth—a land of towering cliffs, plunging waterfalls, ancient cultures and exotic wildlife. Discover the region’s iconic wildlife, including elusive rock wallabies, huge colonies of flying foxes, and massive saltwater crocodiles.
Australia's Kimberley: Voyage to the Outback Your Western Australian adventure travels take you to gaze upon the dramatic gorges and pools of Mitchell Falls, search for an astonishing variety of wildlife in the Prince Regent Nature Reserve, discover desert-scapes dotted with bizarre boab trees and photograph the sublimely beautiful isles of the Buccaneer Archipelago. 15-day tour from $12,980
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