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Even if you’ve travelled to Australia before, you haven’t seen anything yet. Located in Western Australia, the Kimberley is ranked with the Polar Regions as one of the world’s last remaining wildernesses.


Tour and cruise the Kimberley with APT, for a place so remarkable you’ll wonder how you missed it till now. WHY VISIT THE KIMBERLEY?


• OUTSTANDING NATURAL BEAUTY – Home to a world heritage site, the Kimberley is one of Australia’s most rugged, yet beautiful regions.


• THE KIMBERLEY IS VAST – At almost twice the size of the UK and with a population of just 40,000, which is less than half the people that fill Wembley stadium.


• DIVERSITY – Full of dramatic contrasts from red rock and turquoise sea to lush greenery, guests will see something new and unique every day.


• HISTORY – 40,000 years’ worth of Indigenous tradition makes this one of the oldest, continuously living cultures on earth.


WHY CHOOSE APT?


• With over 40 years of experience in the Kimberley, we are an established and knowledgeable Tour Operator.


• No other tour operator offers both land and coastal tours throughout this spectacular region.


• Travel in style with APT aboard custom-designed expedition ships, our fleet of Mercedes-Benz 4WD vehicles and stay at our exclusive Wilderness Lodges.


• We are the only major tour operator in the Kimberley with an Advanced Ecotourism certification and pride ourselves on having minimal impact on the region’s environment.


THE ONLY WAY TO DO THE KIMBERLEY IS WITH APT, BY LAND AND BY SEA.


TO BOOK OR FOR MORE INFORMATION SPEAK TO YOUR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER OR VISITwww.APT-Experts.co.uk


ABTA No.V9080 UK-191


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