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Life’s an Adventure Combines Two Iconic WA Walks Into One

June 12, 2019 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

One of Life’s An Adventure’s new pack-free guided walks is their 8-day Cape to Cape and Bibbulmun walk. No other walking tour company offers this great combination.

On their own, the Cape to Cape Track and the Bibbulmun Track showcase some of Australia’s finest wilderness areas and coastal scenery but combined clients not only get a taster for these two iconic walks they also get to try out some of what southern WA is famous for – local food and wine.

“Our clients are keen for a genuine wilderness experience but many are time poor so by combining the best bits of the Cape to Cape and Bibbulmun we’re giving them an achievable adventure,” says Life’s An Adventure CEO Mark Norek.

The first four days are spent walking the best of the Cape to Cape walk in the Margaret River region, with its timeless landscapes of high limestone cliffs and pretty heathlands. From there they head to the Karri Valley near Pemberton to start the Bibbulmun walk. They’ll experience the tranquillity and beauty of the Karri and Tingle Forest as well as some of Australia’s most magnificent coastline.

And for clients who don’t want to walk all day, there’s a daily option for a shorter, easier walk – with the odd vineyard visit thrown in.

“There is wine tasting at Palmers Winery, Leeuwin Estate and others. We have several opportunities to spend a few hours each day to try wines after each day’s walk,” says Mark Norek.

Accommodation is first class, and clients stay at boutique hotels such as the Pullman Bunker Bay Resort on the Cape to Cape and Karri Valley Resort that crosses the Bibbulmun Track near Pemberton.

And one thing Life’s An Adventure clients have grown to expect is the added “Wow!” factor. In the case of the Cape to Cape walk, it’s a scenic helicopter flight from Contos Beach to Leeuwin Estate for a long lunch and a bit of wine tasting.

And for the Bibbulmun part of the walk, it’s a master cooking class with local chef Silas Masih. And on the night’s menu is Silas’ signature marron dish (freshwater crayfish) rubbed with his secret combination of spices – twenty years in the making!

Both walks can also be done individually or combined. Earlybird Prices from: 4-day Cape to Cape walk: $2795; 5-day Bibbulmun walk $2995; 8-day Cape to Cape/ Bibbulmun $5195.

Discounts also apply to past passengers where clients can save an additional hundred dollars. More info:

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