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Kimberly, King George Falls, Northwest Australia Kimberley Region, Kimberley
Kimberly, King George Falls, Northwest Australia Kimberley Region, Kimberley
ExpeditionsKimberley Expedition: Northwest Australia and Indonesia

Kimberley Expedition: Northwest Australia and Indonesia

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Discover dramatic landscapes etched with ancient human history in Australia's Kimberley region, and sail to remote island villages of Indonesia where history comes alive in traditional ceremonies. Search for spectacular wildlife, from the giant saltwater crocodiles of the Kimberley to prehistoric Komodo dragons. Snorkel and dive among pristine coral gardens. Zodiac to the base of King George Falls and learn the history of the Moluccas, fought over among English, Portuguese, and Dutch colonizers.

Highlights

Aboriginal guides presenting Wandjina cave artwork in sandstone caves at Raft Point, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia
  • Experience both Gwion Gwion and Wandjina rock art dating from 4,000 to 12,000 years in age

  • Zodiacs land virtually anywhere and take us up close to the unique wildlife in this region—watch for crocodiles, migrating humpback whales, and endearing wallabies

  • Visit the remarkable Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, to go in search of the legendary Komodo dragon

  • Snorkel and dive remote reefs with galaxies of colorful fish in Indonesia

  • Capture your best photographs alongside a Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic Certified Photo Instructor

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$16,745

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duration
16 Days

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Australia & New Zealand 2024

From

$16,745

/ per person

Was $25,128Save $8,383

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duration
16 Days
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Australia & New Zealand 2024

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Expedition Spotlight - Finding the Komodo Dragon The World's Largest Lizard

  • Feb 2024

On several of our Indonesian expeditions, our ships call on the beautiful island of Komodo, a UNESCO World Heritage site, national park, and home to the world’s largest living lizard. The famed Komodo dragon, which reaches up to 150 lbs and 10 feet in length, can be found roaming the island’s trails amongst the company of vibrant tropical birds twittering in the trees, or lounging near crystalline shores during the dry season. In this Expedition Spotlight, join Naturalist Mike Greenfelder as he spots these apex predators in the wild and shares more about one of the rarest reptile species on the planet.

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Featuring 53 cabins, the gracious and intimate National Geographic Orion takes travelers to little-known waters and isles in New Zealand, Australia, French Polynesia, the Pacific Islands, Asia, and the Mediterranean to experience each location's natural and cultural wonders up close. With her high ice-class rating, National Geographic Orion is strong enough to explore the polar regions, yet her elevated maneuverability allows for navigation practically anywhere accessible by sea.

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Over 50+ years of exploring, Lindblad Expeditions’ veteran staff and the quality companionship they provide has established the company’s reputation. From expedition leaders to naturalists, most hold advanced degrees and are established authorities in their fields. Some join a few expeditions each year to explore the same sites, some of them spending some time in the field away from rigorous academic work. And others lead expeditions all around the world—with many guests saying, “Where you’re going, we’re going,” and returning time after time to travel with them. Browse our team directory to discover the full cast of expedition staff.

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