Some hotels can boast that every room has a plunge pool or its own verandah. Not many, however, can say that they have more than a million acres of untouched wilderness for its guests—much of it truly unexplored. There are few areas on earth more remote than the Kimberley region in the northern part of Western Australia. Roughly the size of California, the Kimberley has only 50,000 residents. Liane can arrange for a tented cabin at the Emma Gorge portion of El Questro; the Station, alongside the Pentecost River; or the Homestead, atop the Chamberlain Gorge, for the ultimate luxury Outback experience. Whichever option you choose at El Questro, you can spend your days on 4WD, hiking, and flight-seeing tours of this vast wilderness or perhaps just soaking in the Zebedee Springs after soaking up some sun.
If you want to be pampered while exploring Australia’s remote and rugged wilderness, visit AFAR Journeys for more details of Liane’s itinerary and other trips to the country.