Take a tour of the outback by private jet

A&K is launching the first private jet adventure into Western Australia‘s most extraordinary landscapes including the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef and Bungle Bungle range. This sort of itinerary has never been offered before with no more than 30 guests travelling in comfort and style over 13 days on a privately chartered Fokker F70LR aircraft.

Western Australia by private jet

The itinerary includes exclusive access to isolated Aboriginal communities and ancient rock art galleries with expert guides. Guests will also enjoy dune-top luxury at Berkeley River Lodge in the Kimberley, one of the world’s last great wildernesses. The trip will also explore the stunning gorges and wildflowers of Karijini National Park as well as snorkelling and marine experiences at the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef.

The tour starts, which from Perth on 26thAugust 2014 and concludes in Darwin on 7th September 2014, costs £15,925 per person twin sharing, including all experiences, guides, accommodation, food and drinks.

Comments (4)

  1. Isn’t it a bit pricey? I mean a helicopter ride can be a wee bit expensive. But basing on the picture, it maybe worth it. I’ll try to save up for this.

  2. This sounds awesome! I have been to the area in 2011 and loved it. Any loyalty program to exploit for these jet tours? :)

  3. peter says:

    Love the pic,Seems its like a perfect idea to explore the journey,And keep us updated for future updates

  4. Jeff says:

    Looks amazing! I’ve got a trip planned to Australia — flying first class with miles but would love to go via private jet! This seems to cost less if someone were to pay cash for the first class flight.

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