11-Day Kimberley Expedition: Waterfalls & Wandjinas

Prices from / per person (US Dollars)

$8,499.00

cruise features

Overview

11 Day / Luxury / Medium Ship (201-500)

Wildlife

Saltwater Crocodiles ● White-tailed Sea Eagles ● Short-eared Rock Wallabies ● Dugongs ● Humpback Whales ● Snubfin Dolphins

Activities

Hiking / Zodiac Cruising / Nature Walking / Snorkeling / Scuba Diving / Lectures / Cultural Tours

Embarkation / Disembarkation

Darwin, Australia / Broome, Western Australia, Australia

Cruise Partner/Vessel

Seabourn Cruise Line / Seabourn Pursuit

Cruise Dates

AUG 13 – AUG 24, 2025

Trip Summary

Follow your Expedition Team to striking coastlines, surreal sandstone formations, and rock art thousands of years old.

With a guest list barely topping 250, your ship has an exclusive yacht-like atmosphere, one reserved for adventurers like you who believe new horizons are best explored in comfort and style. Fascinating strangers quickly become friends as you bond over shared experiences and common interests.

Each ship has a world-class Expedition Team of up to 24 academics, scientists, and general naturalists who share your passion for exploring and learning about some of the world’s remote regions. Through off-ship expeditions and onboard discussions, they’ll help you see your destination through new eyes, answering your questions and awakening your curiosity.

transportation

Premium Suites and Above

A complimentary private car airport transfer of up to 50 miles*

*Not applicable to upgraded occupancy

vessel details

Specifications and Deck Plans

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optional activities

Enjoy Natural Scenery & Local Life

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    No visit to The Kimberley is complete without a saltwater crocodile sighting, and we’ve seen plenty in recent scouting trips along the King George and Hunter rivers. The massive creatures can reach lengths of more than 23 feet and can weigh over 2,200 pounds!

    Seabourn Cruise Line

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