Explore Kimberley by land, air and sea with Orion
This year, award winning expedition cruise operator Orion Expedition Cruises are to offer fifteen, ten-night voyages exploring Australia's Kimberley region.
Departing between late April and early September, the voyages will travel between Darwin and Broome whilst visiting a number of natural wonders, including:
- King George River and Falls
- Hunter River (for Mitchell Falls)
- Montgomery Reef and Raft Point
- Talbot Pay and the Horizontal Waterfalls
- Crocodile Creek
- Nares Point
The award-winning expedition team at Orion understand that the best way to explore the region consists uses multiple methods, therefore they have selected excursions that will enhance each guests experience ashore.
By land, guests will be able to enjoy plenty of time to explore Kimberley's coastal highlights, visit remote islands and climb to the plateau adjacent to the King George Falls.
By sea, guests can explore the magnificent Montgomery Reef, Horizontal Waterfalls and the mighty rivers of the Kimberley. In addition, guests will be able to venture into waterways in search of saltwater crocodiles and turtles from the comfort and safety of Orions Zodiac expedition craft.
At no additional charge, guests will be able to enjoy a two-hour Bungle Bungle Ranges flight, allowing for unforgettable views of the remote location. Optional helicopter sightseeing tours will also be available to explore the Hunter River and Mitchell Falls. Each evening, guests can look forward to returning to their five-star "base-camp", the Orion and experience world-class service and gourmet cuisine.
With thousands of kilometres of undeveloped shoreline, the Kimberley ranks as one of the world's environmental wonders. A voyage with Orion Expedition Cruises will give you the ultimate experience on exploring the region by land, air and sea.