Karijini National Park & Ningaloo Reef will blow your mind!

Mar 23, 2023

Our 7-day Karijini National Park and Ningaloo Reef pack-free guided walk is out of this world!

This tour may well offer one of the most exciting week’s of your life!

Hancock Gorge, Karijini NP.

 

From the spectacular red gorges and spinifex rangelands of the Pilbara through to the vibrant, turquoise waters and rich reefs of the Indian Ocean, this tour takes in some of the most remarkable scenery in Western Australia.

We visit the unique Karijini National Park and travel to the coastal beauty of the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef with an itinerary that showcases the scenic grandeur of both locations.

Pink Mulla Mulla wildflowers.

 

In Karijini National Park you will walk through deep, stunning gorges as well as climb some of Western Australia’s highest mountains.

At Ningaloo, the world’s largest fringing reef, you have the opportunity to snorkel with Ningaloo’s famous whale sharks as well as walk the coastline’s ancient limestone gorges in Cape Range National Park.

Signs in Karijini National Park.

 

Add to this some of Western Australia’s world-famous wildflower displays and this guided pack-free walk ticks all the boxes.

Also by flying into Paraburdoo and out of Exmouth we minimise driving time and despite the remote locations this tour includes first-class accommodation and food, ranging from luxury glamping and station stays to beachside resorts.

Natural spa, Hamersley Gorge, Karijini NP.

 

As travel writer Mark Daffey wrote after experiencing this tour, “Despite its relative remoteness, Hamersley Gorge is the most accessible gorge in the park.

“Following a short descent down a rocky stairway into the bottom of the chasm, we’re confronted by crimson walls that are so intensely buckled, they’ve practically backflipped. But the main attraction is an intimate spa bath where we float on our backs with the water swirling around us, thinking of nowhere else we’d rather be.”

Whale Shark, Ningaloo Reef.

 

“By the trip’s conclusion, I’m unsure whether Karijini’s gorges or swimming with the whale sharks ranks as my highlight. But if it’s a choice between the two, I really can’t lose.”

We have plenty of available mid-year dates and if you book and pay in full at time of booking you can save up to $500 per person! Click here for all the info.

Red rocks, Karajini National Park.

 

(Pics: Getty supplied by Great Walks)

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