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Fly or Drive Across the Kimberley in Style with APT

October 24, 2014 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

APT has introduced a new 24 page flip brochure, showcasing its new intimate group Kimberley 4WD & Air Tour itineraries for Bungle Bungle, Mitchell Falls and Kununurra alongside its network of Kimberley Wilderness Lodges for the self-drive traveller.

Having refined its independent 4WD and Air Touring product for 2015, APT is offering a choice of four itineraries ranging from two to four days in length.

With maximum group sizes of just four people on the guided land touring, guests travel with an APT guide in an air conditioned Land Cruiser and fly aboard light aircraft.unnamed (18)

APT has committed to running every tour with a minimum of just two guests and is the only operator offering this level of personalised small group touring in the Kimberley.  All 4WD and Air Tour itineraries include all flights, accommodation, transfers, sightseeing and meals.

Also featured in the brochure is APT’s Kimberley Wilderness Lodges for the self drive traveller.

APT has three lodges in its portfolio: Bungle Bungle, Mitchell Falls and Bells Gorge Wilderness Lodges which all offer tented accommodation with ensuites. Also available is Mt Hart Homestead, a former working cattle station, located off the Gibb River Road.

Included in the nightly tariff at each property is a three course dinner and full breakfast and self-drive guests are welcomed throughout the season, which runs from May to September.

Commenting on the new brochure, General Manager for APT’s Kimberley portfolio, Rob Tandy, said, “Just as the Kimberley is growing in popularity, according our travel trade partners, so too is the appetite for personalised touring in remote locations. We are keen to capitalise on this with our new air tours itineraries.

“In addition we are seeing more self drive travellers wanting to book our accommodation and so we have dedicated half the brochure to cater to this demand; including information about driving directions, distances and times, which we hope will assist guests when booking their trip,” he added.

Guests who stay at APT’s Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge in 2015 will be the first to experience the new Ungolan Pavilion. Built with the support of the local Kandiwal community, it features a fusion of indigenous and Australian design influences. Facilities include a lounge, bar, library and dining areas, along with an Indigenous art gallery, with 100 percent of proceeds going to the local community.

APT’s new Kimberley 4WD & Air Tours and Kimberley Wilderness Lodge 2015 brochure is available now. Call 1300 196 420, visit kimberleywilderness.com.au or see your local business development manager for further information.

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