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9 Day Cape York Expedition

9 Day Cape York Expedition

9 Day Cape York Expedition

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$99 pp available

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$3,799 USD

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$4,796 USD pp

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$3,799 USD BOOK NOW
Single Traveller
$4,796 USD
Deposit

$99 pp available

✓ Incredible sightseeing, stand at the northern most point of the Australian mainland, relax in the pristine waters of Fruit Bat Falls, stay at the iconic Bramwell Station and tour historic Cooktown
✓ Small group experience, with no more than 25 guests
✓ 17 meals, including 6 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 6 dinners
✓ 8 nights in comfortable ensuite accommodation, including 2 nights at the 4-star Pacific Hotel in Cairns
✓ Fully escorted by a driver-guide from Day 2 to 8
✓ Included flight from Cairns to Horn Island
✓ Stand at the northern most tip of Australia
✓ Dedicated transport in an air-conditioned 4WD vehicle
✓ All national park entry fees and permits
✓ 7 Day Cooling Off Period

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