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Half-Day Buccaneer Archipelago by Air and Land from Broome

  • Half-Day Buccaneer Archipelago by air and land from Broome
  • Soar over the Buccaneer Archipelago on a small plane flight
  • Touchdown at Cape Leveque to enjoy a delicious lunch at a seafront restaurant
Half-Day Buccaneer Archipelago by Air and Land from Broome
From USD 454.09
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Half-Day Buccaneer Archipelago by Air and Land from Broome
USD 454.09
Admire the lush islands, red cliffs, and coral reefs of the Buccaneer Archipelago from all angles on a round-trip flight from Broome. Soar over natural wonders including the Horizontal Waterfalls and Kimberley Reefs on a small plane flight, then touch down at Cape Leveque for a delicious lunch and a swim in the ocean.
What to Expect
You will be picked up from your accommodation before meeting your pilot and boarding the aircraft. Everyone gets a window seat, complimentary bottle of water and there will be plenty of opportunity to take amazing photos. Heading directly for the incredible Horizontal Waterfalls, you will fly overhead to photograph and witness these powerful tidal movements from the air.

After the thrill of the Falls, treat your eyes to the never ending natural beauty that is the 1000 islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago and keep your eyes out for whirlpools, secluded beaches and coves, coastal patterns and Kimberley reefs. You will also fly past the incredible Koolan and Cockatoo mining islands.

Landing at picturesque Cape Leveque, you will enjoy a meal freshly prepared by an award winning chef, a swim in the warm waters and an up close look at the spectacular pindan-red cliffs. During this time, you are able to do as much or as little as you please at a relaxed pace.
As you depart back to Broome, fly over Cape Leveque for an aerial view before heading down the coast at low level, seeing the remote beaches and creeks slipping along past your window. During the dry season, keep a look out for the Humpback whales that traverse this coastline in large numbers, often with calves in tow. You also often see giant turtles, manta rays, sharks and dolphins.

Arriving back in Broome you will see Cable Beach, Roebuck Bay and the Broome Peninsula from the air. After landing you will be transferred to your accommodation or place of your choosing in our air conditioned bus.
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1 - 5 of 19 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Flying adventure that exceeded expectations

Wonderful adventure. Pilot and all involved were informative, friendly and accomodating. Regularly reminded that “ it’s your day” and treated brilliantly.

Thank Jennie H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Shane the Irish Pilot

There we are, standing in front of our C206 UBR being given the safety briefing by Shane our pilot for our flight. Silver gray hair not matching his youth, Shane completes his duties with the professionalism you would expect from someone flying a much larger...More

2  Thank gregdavie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fantastic tour of the Horizontal Falls & Cape Leveque

Enjoyed an interesting & smooth flight in a 6 seat Cessna from Broome north to Derby, and over the Horizontal Falls, Cockatoo Island & the Buccaneer Archipelago. Landing at Cape Leveque for lunch, a swim & a tour of the amazing beach cliff formations. Then...More

3  Thank Lindsay S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Must do!

We had a fantastic day with Tom our pilot, tour guide and 4wd driver. Thanks for showing us some of our beautiful country. It was extraordinary.

Thank Sharon A
Reviewed 16 July 2018 via mobile
Halfday KL1

We had high expections of this trip and it was surpassed... Peter was our pilot very informative and the views were spectacular. Peter also went out of his way to get us good views of whales,dolphins and turtles from the air. The horizontal falls were...More

Thank Bazzah28
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Claire M
23 July 2018|
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Sorry 👆 I thought that question would be a private message & I can’t seem to delete it.