• Megan O'Sullivan | iTravel The Junction & Warners

THE KIMBERLEYS | Vast, remote and breathtaking

Covering over 420,000 square kilometres (three times the size of England), fiery red landscapes contrast against cobalt blue skies in the Kimberley. Towering rock faces send water tumbling into crystal blue seas and secluded gorges hide ancient Aboriginal art, welcoming waterholes and palm-filled oases.

With APT you can be taken through some of the world’s most remote terrain on a 4WD land adventure with no more than 20 people. Your Expert Driver-Guides are the most knowledgeable in the Kimberley, and their experience is invaluable, allowing you to immerse yourself in the sights and culture onboard the custom-designed 4WDs.

Local Indigenous guides join you where possible on selected itineraries, so you will see the Kimberley through the eyes of its traditional custodians and learn about the fascinating history, fauna and flora of the region.

For the ultimate adventure, combine your 4WD land journey with a cruise of the Kimberley’s coast. These expedition cruises are guided by an outstanding onboard Expedition Team of hand-picked specialists in their field. They include naturalists, historians and ecologists.

There’s now more choice than ever when it comes to cruising the stunning Kimberley coast. 2017 presents three expedition ships, each with a unique style of cruising, from APT's very own MS Caledonian Sky to the luxury chartered L'Austral and the boutique charter Coral Discoverer. No matter which ship you cruise upon, an incredible experience is guaranteed.

Through unique partnerships with the traditional landowners, APT have created a network of exclusive wilderness lodges that offer a haven of comfort and a touch of luxury in the wilderness and superb access to the Kimberley’s hidden gems. Immersed in nature and designed to complement their surroundings, each lodge is conveniently located and provides excellent and easy access to some of the Kimberly’s most fantastic destinations. Destinations such as the Mitchell Falls Plateau, the unique beehive domes of the Bungle Bungle Range and of course, the beautiful Bell Gorge set to the dramatic backdrop of the King Leopold Ranges.

Your included Signature Experiences, showcase the best of the Kimberley. Take an exhilarating helicopter ride over Mitchell Fall or savour a sensational sunset over the Bungle Bungle Range. Or perhaps a cruise along East Alligator River as your Aboriginal guide describes the diversity of Kakadu? Uncover fascinating Wandjina and Bradshaw rock art, soak in the thermal Zebedee Springs at El Questro Wilderness Park and cruise to the base of the 80-metre King George Falls.

Vast, remote and timelessly beautiful, the Kimberley is one of the world’s most ancient landscapes and one of its most breathtaking. To discover this truly stunning part of Australia contact itravel The Junction on 4962 1116 or itravel Warners Bay on 4947 1116. What are you waiting for?

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