Gently cruising up Prince Regent and King George rivers for freshwater waterfalls, finding ancient rock art, walking on the exposed Montgomery Reef and zipping over the saltwater Horizontal Falls in a Zodiac are among the highlights of APT’s 11-day small ship cruises along the Kimberley coast.
APT has exclusive departures on this Broome-Darwin trip in July and August, cruising on the 48-passenger Coral Princess.
The price is from $6450 per person twin share which includes cruising, all meals and excursions, featuring the above activities as well as the turtle nursery at Lacepede Islands, Careening Bay’s famed boab tree and Naturalist Island.
Scenic helicopter flights at Naturalist Island are extra.
Contact: call 1300 656 985, visit www.aptouring.com.au or see a travel agent.
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