AU Private Monkey Mia Shark Bay Tour 4D/3N

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Overview

Dinner overlooking the beach at Monkey Mia, 3 hour Dolphin Cruise, Explore World Heritage Shark Bay, Yamaji Art Gallery Experiencing Nature and Heritage with a Personal Touch.

Itinerary

Day 1 - Perth to Kalbarri. At the Pinnacles Desert to view spectacular sight of thousands of limestone pillars that resemble an ancient ruin. We drive on the 4 Kilometre trail to take is this modern phenomenon. After lunch at seaside town of Dongara. Visit Historic Town Northampton, one of the oldest settlements outside Perth. See stunning coastal gorges and magnificent scenery along the coast, including visit to Hutt Lagoon the vivid pink Salt Lake where beta-carotene is harvested for commercial use. And on to the gorgeous Pot Alley with soaring multi coloured cliffs. Late afternoon, we arrive at Kalbarri, which is nestled at the Murchison River mouth and surrounded by stunning coastline, soaring river gorges and protected bays.

Day 2 - Kalbarri to Monkey Mia. In Kalbarri National Park we visit the Murchison River Gorges to see The Loop and Nature’s Window; a natural rock arch that frames the upstream views. In the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, renowned for its white beaches, turquoise waters and rust-red sand dunes, marvel at astonishing world-class natural attractions, terrestrial and marine life. At Hamelin Pool we view Stromatolites, one of the earliest forms of life to evolve on our planet. Walk on the cockles covering Shell Beach and at Eagle Bluff you might spot Sharks, Stingrays, Turtles or Dugongs, and at Monkey Mia, we go for a walk along the beach to see the Dolphins. 

Day 3 - Monkey Mia to Geraldton. A very special morning, experience watching the dolphins come in close to the shore. After breakfast, walk to the beach to see dolphin feeding and hear all about their lives in Shark Bay. Join a 3 hour boat cruise to see the dolphins in their natural environment and other sea creatures of spectacular Shark Bay. After lunch, we drive to Geraldton through isolated country where we will see bushland, long straight roads, and possibly kangaroos and emus. Geraldton is a coastal city in the Mid-West region of Western Australia.

Day 4 - Geraldton is the commercial centre for the Mid-West region, exporting Iron Ore, Mineral Sands, Wheat, Barley and Western Australian Rock Lobster. Visit HMAS Sydney Memorial which features a silver dome of 645 seagulls to represent the loss of HMAS Sydney sailors. And see the Byzantine style architecture of St Francis Xavier Cathedral. Visit Yamaji Art Centre is Aboriginal owned and operated and provides professional services to support and develop Aboriginal artists living in the Lower Murchison region of Yamaji Country. After lunch return to Perth.

Inclusions 

  • Pinnacles Nambung National Park
  • Monkey Mia Dolphins
  • Natures Window and Z Bend Kalbarri National Park 
  • Stromatolites, ShellBeach, Eagle Point
  • Three Hour Cruise to see Dolphins
  • Aboriginal Art
  • Visit HMAS Sydney Memorial Geraldton
  • Shark Bay World Heritage Park

Exclusions

  • Any items of a personal nature.
  • Any meals or drinks not specified in inclusions.
  • Anything not included in the list of inclusions (above).
  • Domestic flights, unless specified in inclusions.
  • Laundry.
  • Travel insurance.

Note, we can arrange all travel to and from tour locations, quote for group bookings, and tailor any packages as required.

*Price

  • Prices may vary due subject to availability and accommodation type, number of travellers and activities.

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The initial deposit is refundable for 5 days - a cooling off period long enough for us to send you precise final terms. Note, many of these are still being negotiated but this first payment will be held in trust, giving us time to determine the conditions for final payment without putting this payment at any risk.

1. RESERVATIONS
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2. CANCELLATIONS
All cancellations must be made in writing to Wildiaries, and all tours are subject to the following cancellation charges based on the number of days before tour departure: Over 60 days:   No refund of tour deposit Between 0 and 60 days:   No refund of tour cost There is no refund for any unused portions of the tour once the tour has commenced. [Please note that if the reason for cancellation falls within the terms of any holiday insurance policy which you hold, then any such charges will normally be refunded to you by the insurance company, subject to the terms of your insurance]. Any cancellation fees imposed by hotels, ground operators or other principals or suppliers of goods and services will be charged to you in addition to the cancellation amounts stated above.

3. BAGGAGE
Baggage restrictions may apply to charter air travel and small group tours and must be strictly adhered to. We recommend that you ensure you adhere to any weight restrictions indicated.

4. WILD ANIMALS
Please be aware that travel may take you into areas of extreme weather conditions [eg. heat] or bring you in close contact with wild animals. Cases of dehydration and attacks by wild animals are rare, but no tour can guarantee that this will not occur. Neither Wildiaries, its contractors, agents or staff can be held responsible for any injury or incident on your tour. Neither does Wildiaries guarantee sightings of any wild animals, even if these are listed as animals possible to see on a tour.

5. PASSPORT, VISAS & DEPARTURE TAX
The onus is upon you to ensure that passports and visas are valid. Wildiaries, their contractors, agents or staff cannot be held liable for any visas etc. not held by you. The onus is on you to ensure departure tax is included when the airline ticket is purchased prior to arrival in any country.

6. RESPONSIBILITIES
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7. CHANGES TO SCHEDULES
Although every effort is made to adhere to schedules it should be borne in mind that Wildiaries reserves the right to alter any tour arrangements due to local conditions while providing similar tour inclusions.

8. REFUNDS
Whilst Wildiaries uses its best endeavours to ensure that all anticipated accommodation is available as planned, there shall be no claim of any nature whatsoever against Wildiaries for a refund either in the whole or part, if any accommodation or excursion is unavailable or the passenger was unable to use that service. [Please note that if the reason for cancellation falls within the terms of any holiday insurance policy it is your responsibility to refer the matter to your insurance company to seek a refund].

9. INSURANCE
You must take out comprehensive insurance cover before travel for cancellation, medical expenses, personal baggage and money. This should be arranged at the time of payment of any non-refundable costs to cover you for cancellation at that time.

10. PRICING & INSURANCE
We will do the utmost to keep to the prices published. Should increases be forced on us by tour operators, etc. Wildiaries reserves the right to surcharge without notice. All tour costs are based on all known costs at the time of publication.

(a) This agreement is made subject to and shall be governed by and construed according to the laws of Australia.

(b) Wildiaries cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies or changes which may occur after that time. All materials contained in any brochure and web site including text, maps, graphics and photographs remain the property of Wildiaries and may not be copied or reproduced.

(c) Clients with special dietary problems are advised to warn us in advance of departure.

(d) For flight information on how to get to the starting point of your tour, contact your travel agent. Please ensure that you re-confirm all your flights prior to air travel.

11. MEDICAL & HEALTH
(a)Hospital facilities in remote locations are often unavailable and evacuation can be difficult and expensive. Wildiaries assumes no liability regarding provision of medical care. A Medical Certificate must therefore be filled out and returned to Wildiaries. If you are aged 65 or older, the Medical Certificate must be signed by your physician. Once you have been confirmed on a trip, normal cancellation penalties apply if your doctor does not approve the Medical Certificate.

(b). It is vital that persons with medical problems make them known to us well before departure. The tour leader has the right to disqualify anyone at any time during a tour if he or she feels the tour member is incapable and/or if a tour member’s continued participation will jeopardise the individual involved or the group. Refunds are not given under such circumstances. The tour leader’s decision is final and neither Wildiaries nor the tour leader shall be subject to any claims or liability in respect of such disqualification.

12. CONSENT
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PLEASE NOTE
(a) Share Basis for Single Travellers
Accommodations (both hotels and tented) are usually based on double occupancy. If you are travelling alone and wish to share accommodations, we will assign you a room-mate if possible. If there is no one with whom you can share, or if you prefer single accommodations, you are requested to pay a Single Supplement Fee.

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NOTE:
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