Four-day Perth to Monkey Mia tour safari

4 day Perth to Monkey Mia tour safari

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Four-day Perth to Monkey Mia tour safari

Monkey Mia is a popular tourist destination located north of Perth, Western Australia. The
reserve is 25 km northeast of the town of Denham in the Shark Bay Marine Park and World
Heritage Site. The main attractions are the bottlenose dolphins coming close to shore.

Day 1 – Perth to Kalbarri

Our first stop today is the impressive Pinnacles Desert in Nambung National Park. Enjoy a
fully guided tour through these unique limestone formations and drop in at the Discovery
Centre before we have lunch by the sea. After a quick stop in Geraldton, it’s on to Kalbarri to see the Coastal Cliffs and check in to our overnight accommodation.

Day 2 – Kalbarri to Shark Bay

Today, we visit the marvels of The Murchison Gorge, Nature Window and Z-Bend in
Kalbarri National Park. Here, you have the option to try abseiling into the gorge. If conditions allow us, we will cool off with a swim in the Murchison River before we’re back on the bus travelling north to Shell Beach and the town of Denham for our accommodation.

Day 3 – Shark Bay to Northbrook

We will meet the famous Monkey Mia Dolphins this morning and get fantastic up-and-close photos. Then join the optional 1-hr wildlife sail, hire a Kayak, go for a
paddle, and chill out on the beach or at the resort. We will be back on the road this afternoon, and then we will be visiting the breathing rock formations and the Stromatolites. Our last night’s accommodation will be at Northbrook on a farm stay.

Day 4 – Northbrook to Perth

On our final day, we head to Lancelin Sand Dunes, where you can try your hand at the unique sport of sandboarding and visit a wildlife park where you can interact with Australian wildlife.

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