12 Day Karijini & Ningaloo Explorer

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$4,799
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$5,219 PP
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12 Day Karijini & Ningaloo Explorer

✓ Incredible sightseeing, including the deep canyons, hidden waterfalls and swimming holes of Karijini National Park, the turquoise waters and abundant wildlife of the Ningaloo Reef, and the dramatic views of Cape Range National Park 
✓ Small group experience, with no more than 15 guests
✓ Fully escorted from arrival in Paraburdoo to departure in Exmouth
✓ Included flights from Perth to Paraburdoo and Exmouth to Perth
✓ 25 meals, including 9 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 9 dinners
✓ 9 nights camping under the stars in spacious semi-permanent tents
✓ 2 nights in a centrally located Perth Hotel
✓ Pack-free hiking in some of Australia’s most stunning scenery
✓ Dedicated transport in an air-conditioned vehicle
✓ All national park entry fees and permits
✓ 7 Day Cooling Off Period

12 Day Karijini & Ningaloo Explorer

✓ Incredible sightseeing, including the deep canyons, hidden waterfalls and swimming holes of Karijini National Park, the turquoise waters and abundant wildlife of the Ningaloo Reef, and the dramatic views of Cape Range National Park 
✓ Small group experience, with no more than 15 guests
✓ Fully escorted from arrival in Paraburdoo to departure in Exmouth
✓ Included flights from Perth to Paraburdoo and Exmouth to Perth
✓ 25 meals, including 9 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 9 dinners
✓ 9 nights camping under the stars in spacious semi-permanent tents
✓ 2 nights in a centrally located Perth Hotel
✓ Pack-free hiking in some of Australia’s most stunning scenery
✓ Dedicated transport in an air-conditioned vehicle
✓ All national park entry fees and permits
✓ 7 Day Cooling Off Period

From PP Twin Share

$4,799
SOLO
$5,219 PP
Product Awards Accredited Travel Agent
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