8 Days Ningaloo Reef & Pilbara Adventure

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$3,098 USD
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8 Days Ningaloo Reef & Pilbara Adventure

✓ Travel with Intrepid Travel
✓ Take this 8-day adventure as the perfect taste of the best bits of Australia’s nature
✓ Spend time soaking up sun and snorkelling in Turquoise Bay at Ningaloo Reef
✓ Keep an eye out for the famous whale sharks the whole time before heading inland
✓ Pass the classic outback scenes of auburn landscape and limitless horizons
✓ Spend an awesome time at Karijini National Park
✓ Learn about the ancient culture of the Banyjima, Kurrama and Innawonga people
✓ Swim in the secluded natural pools
✓ Hike through the vibrant gorges
✓ 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 5 dinners

8 Days Ningaloo Reef & Pilbara Adventure

✓ Travel with Intrepid Travel
✓ Take this 8-day adventure as the perfect taste of the best bits of Australia’s nature
✓ Spend time soaking up sun and snorkelling in Turquoise Bay at Ningaloo Reef
✓ Keep an eye out for the famous whale sharks the whole time before heading inland
✓ Pass the classic outback scenes of auburn landscape and limitless horizons
✓ Spend an awesome time at Karijini National Park
✓ Learn about the ancient culture of the Banyjima, Kurrama and Innawonga people
✓ Swim in the secluded natural pools
✓ Hike through the vibrant gorges
✓ 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 5 dinners

From PP Twin Share

$3,098 USD
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$3,747 USD PP
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