Perth, Ningaloo Reef, Broome & El Questro Homestead from $10,999 per person including international flights

The ultimate Western Australia honeymoon and romance package. Experience Australia's most remote locations as you visit Ningaloo Reef, Cable Beach and El Questro Homestead. Feel like you are on a safari spending your nights in luxury tented accommodations just steps away from the ocean, stroll along the beach while you ride a camel at Cable Beach and El Questro, captivating with its serene beauty and surroundings.


  • 3 nights in Perth at the Intercontinental Perth City Centre in a King Classic Room 
  • Lanes & Arcades walking tour of Perth
  • Full-day Rottnest Island Experience with coach tour or cycle
  • 2 nights at the Luxury Lodge Sal Salis including all meals, drinks, and Sal Salis daily activities
  • 3 nights at Cable Beach Club Resort in a Garden View Studio
  • Half-day Broome city tour
  • 3 Nights at El Questro Homestead including all meals & select activities
  • Private car airport transfers in Perth
  • Shared airport transfers in Broome, Sal Salis & El Questro


Day 1 - Depart US
Depart the US for your flight to Perth, connecting via Sydney or Melbourne. Ask about our options with Premium Economy and Business Class airfare.

Day 2 - Cross International Dateline

Day 3 - Arrive Perth
Welcome to Perth! Upon arrival, you will be transferred to the Intercontinental Perth City Centre by car service.

Perth is a scenic and sophisticated city, renowned for its abundant sunshine, relaxed lifestyle, and easy-going manner. The city's modern skyline blends with magnificent colonial architecture, housing excellent retail outlets. King Street, a historic and lovingly restored commercial precinct, is known for its fashion houses, cafes, art galleries, and specialist bookstores. The city’s prime position, flanking the broad reaches of the Swan River, provides an excellent setting for enjoying alfresco dining in one of the many outdoor restaurants and cafes. Visitors to Perth also have a choice of more than 80 kilometers of white sandy beaches within easy reach.

ACCOMMODATION - Intercontinental Perth is located at the heart of Perth's King Street precinct, a diverse cultural, fashion, and art hub. The collective hub of local restaurants and bars is the place to experience the city. Elizabeth Quay is 600 meters from the property. Defining luxury, this property features a fresh and modern design and a uniquely crafted art collection. The contemporary and elegant guest rooms and suites offer breathtaking views of Perth City, modern facilities, a relaxing walk-in rain shower, and luxury amenities

Day 4 - Arcades & Laneways Perth city walking tour
On this tour, over two hours, explore the more than 2.5km of arcades and various lesser-known laneways throughout the city. Due to Perth's warm climate, the city center was built with many arcades to keep shoppers shaded and cool. Through churches, shopping malls, and public areas, these arcades and laneways provide interesting routes for locals to navigate through the city center. Art Deco, ultra-modern, and even faux-Tudor are wonderful parts of the city that you will visit on this tour and learn of their origins and impact on the city. In recent years, some forgotten and underutilized laneways in Perth have been given a new lease on life. Through Government investment, the establishment of small bars and cafes, pop-up cultural events, and a proliferation of street art, these once-ignored places are now hip and happening. It is very easy to spend a couple of leisurely hours exploring these hidden yet bustling/vibrant elements of life in Perth. With plenty of opportunities to grab a coffee on the go, have a tasty treat, or find some awesome places to return to after the tour, your friendly guide will help set you up for an enjoyable adventure through the lesser-known parts of Perth.

Day 5 - Rottnest Island Experience
Cruise to Rottnest Island and receive a guided introduction walk. Then, enjoy cycling around the island at your own pace or taking a guided coach tour to discover its beauty and tranquility. Enjoy lunch at Rottnest Lodge, followed by free time at your leisure. Rottnest Island is lined with 83 of the most beautiful bays and beaches you will ever see, but what it’s really known for is being home to the happiest animal in the world. Quokkas are small marsupials, much like a very tiny kangaroo. Thousands of quokkas call Rottnest their island home and pose for the perfect picture. You’ll also spot dolphins and seals year-round, plus humpback whales from September to December. One of the best ways to see Rottnest is by bike – no cars are on the island. It’s the perfect day trip from Perth, and don’t forget a #QuokkaSelfie is free!

Day 6 - Perth to Exmouth
You will be collected by private car for your transfer to Perth airport. Upon arrival in Exmouth, board your shared transfer to Sal Salis.

Step off the shore near Exmouth, swim a few meters through the clearest turquoise water on Earth, and you'll find yourself drifting over the world's largest fringing reef - the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef. This underwater paradise is a popular spot for all kinds of visitors, from dolphins, manta rays, turtles, and humpback whales, to the largest fish in the ocean - the gentle whale shark.

ACCOMMODATION - A remote, beachside safari camp nestled in the dunes of Western Australia’s Cape Range National Park, an incredibly isolated yet stunning location where the corals of Ningaloo Reef are just meters offshore.  Luxury wilderness tent accommodation is designed to expose the sights and sounds of the great outdoors - a red kangaroo grazing amongst the dunes, the beautiful song of a butcherbird, or a humpback whale breaching just beyond the reef.  Enjoy a few key comforts that are crucial to luxury camping like a supremely comfortable bed, 100% cotton linen, a choice of pillows, an en-suite bathroom, and delicious food.  The tents are spacious and naturally comfortable and removed from the distractions of the modern world so there are no mini-bars, televisions, or telephones.  It is a simple luxury in sync with nature.  

Your time at Sal Salis includes all meals, alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages from a select bar, Use of all snorkel gear & wet suits, Guided wilderness activities, guided snorkel tours, kayaking snorkel tours, and guided walks in Cape Range National Park.

Day 7 - Sal Salis
Today take your pick from the multiple activities on offer at Sal Salis – snorkeling, kayaking, or walking tours.

Day 8 - Sal Salis to Cable Beach, Broome

You will be transferred by shared vehicle to Learmonth Airport. Fly northeast to Broome, and board your shared transfer to Cable Beach Resort. 

Where the red dirt meets the ocean, colorful Broome beckons travelers from around Australia and the world. Once a sleepy outback pearling town, Broome has long been renowned for its relaxed atmosphere and unique character. The town is surrounded by the tropical turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, with the white sandy stretch of Cable Beach contrasting with the red rocks of Gantheaume Point and the dusky sands of Roebuck Bay. Learn about the rough and tumble early days of pearling, when Broome’s name was known the world over for the size and quality of its mother of pearl. It is also the gateway to further adventure in the Kimberley region, with extended tours and cruises departing from Broome as well as car and campervan hire. 

ACCOMMODATION - This award-winning property is the only resort that overlooks Broome's iconic Cable Beach. Set against the backdrop Kimberley outback, the resort offers rooms that are styled to reflect the Asian and colonial cultures which shape the identity of Broome. The diverse choice of accommodation is complimented by the acres of landscaped gardens hosting artifacts from around the world. The interior of the resort is adorned with an impressive art collection, boasting commissioned works from Australian icons such as Sir Sidney Nolan.

Day 9 - Broome Panoramic City Tour

Immerse yourself in a leisurely 2.5 hour journey led by passionate locals, exploring iconic landmarks such as Cable Beach, Gantheaume Point, Roebuck Bay, Chinatown, and the renowned Japanese Cemetery. Capture beautiful photos, hear fascinating stories, and indulge in the vibrant colors of Broome. At the completion of your tour, you will be transferred to your Broome accommodation.

Day 10 - Cable Beach Club Resort
At your leisure, enjoy Cable Beach and Broome

Day 11 - Broome - El Questro Homestead
You will be collected from Cable Beach Club resort by shared transfer. Depart Broome by flight to Kununurra, and on arrival, board your shared transfer to El Questro Homestead.

Kununurra puts you at the heart of the East Kimberley action. Take a helicopter flight over one of the world's most unique ranges - the Bungle Bungle Range. Cruise the wildlife-rich waters of a man-made lake so huge it's classed as an inland sea. Follow in the tracks of pioneering legends along the Gibb River Road, chase the mighty barramundi, or gain a true connection to the country with one of the oldest surviving cultures on Earth. 

ACCOMMODATION - The Homestead at El Questro is an exclusive retreat situated atop the Chamberlain Gorge. The resort accommodation features magnificent panoramic views of the Chamberlain Gorge and river systems from sunrise to sunset. Nestled privately in the rustic Australian wilderness, the Homestead is the ideal place to fully appreciate the untamed beauty of the Kimberley. Guests at the Homestead are immersed in luxury with air-conditioned rooms featuring modern bathrooms and furnishings, surrounded by lush tropical gardens. El Questro provides the highest standards of service and cuisine, while maintaining true outback experiences for all who visit.  

Days 12 - 13 - El Questro Homestead
At your leisure, experience the homestead. Each day a ranger will lead you on a different guided walk.  After lunch, you will cruise on the Chamberlain Gorge, which is one of the best introductions to the history and ecology of El Questro. A 3km fresh waterhole bound by dramatic and towering escarpments, it is home to a range of flora and fauna. There are no crowds here as the Gorge can only be accessed by boat. Enjoy sparkling wine and freshly sliced melons as you take in the breathtaking scenery and informative commentary from your knowledgeable guide.

Day 14 - Depart El Questro Homestead 
Depart El Questro for Kununurra Airport by shared transfer for your return flight to the US.


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Costing Per Person starting from $10,999 per person

  • Note: Daily departures, this package is an independent itinerary with flexible departures (not a group tour)
  • Single Supplement: From $6,799

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  • Upgrade to premium economy from $1,100 per person each way*
  • Upgrade to business class from $4,000 per person each way*
  • Can take the upgrade one way or round trip and combine premium/business classes on same ticket

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Terms & Conditions:

The package from pricing is based on double occupancy (2 people sharing a room) for low-season stays for travel Mondays through Thursdays in both directions. A $60 air supplement applies each way for international travel from Friday to Sunday. Add-on fares are available from other cities. Specific blackout dates apply to the accommodation and tour value offers. Seats are limited and may not be available on every flight. Hotels are subject to availability. All prices reflect a discount for purchases made by check/wire; please see terms and conditions for credit card payments. Cancellation penalties and other restrictions apply. The purchase of travel insurance is highly recommended for travel to Australia. Aspire Down Under partners with CSA Travel Protection

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