Nestled in the remote Kimberley Coast area, the Kuri Bay coastline is highlighted by magnificent red rock escarpments and a peaceful turquoise bay. Guests will see this beautiful destination up close when they step ashore to visit a working pearl farm in its rustic form. On this approx. 1 1/2 hour walking tour of the property guests will learn about life in this remote wilderness from one of the Paspaley staff that will be your host.
Rich in pearling history, this remote frontier is a location normally next to impossible to visit so to walk through the property hosted by one of the local pearlers is a unique and special experience not to be missed.
Participants will walk up the home made walking trail to a fantastic vantage point to take in the views of their ship anchored in the spectacular bay before walking down and around the camp site.
At the conclusion of the walk guests will have the opportunity to witness the opening of a Paspaley Oyster and see if it could hold that perfect pearl before having time to browse through a small Pearl displays.
Guests must be able to walk on uneven and rough paths unassisted for approx. 1 hour
Guests need to wear appropriate footwear for walking a dirt/bush path
Guests need to bring drinking water as temperatures will be warm with high humidity