Darngku Heritage Cruises offer a unique tour experience through the majestic Geikie Gorge, exploring not only the spectacular geography of the area, but also providing our guests with an insight into the Kimberley region’s rich indigenous history and culture. Board one of their boats and hear timeless stories from the Dreamtime, learn surprising bush medicines and discover sacred sites as the towering Geikie Gorge rock-face drifts by.
2 Hour Morning Cruise
From $120 per person
Just a short hop upstream we’ll stop at Darngku Heritage Cruise’s own bush clearing in the serenity of the Larawan area and boil the billy over a fire. Once we’ve all got a billy tea or coffee, the fun really starts. Your guide will introduce you to the fascinating world of traditional law, including the complex kinship and marriage rules, with guests role-playing to get a real understanding of the way it works. Before we get back on the boat you’ll also enjoy a hands-on bush medicine experience, learning how the local people find, prepare and make use of the plants around the area. On the way back you’ll hear more about the local plants and animals and the important part they play in the lives of the Bunuba people, and your guide will tell you Dreamtime stories that relate the beginning of the world in Bunuba terms.
The Gooniyandi people share a strong connection with Mimbi Caves and the surrounding country. It has been both home and a place of spiritual significance for thousands of years. On the tour, your guides will share ancient Dreaming stories about the caves and their importance to the Gooniyandi people.
An award-winning 4WD tour company, Kimberley Wild Expeditions offer the best value Kimberley tours in Western Australia. Family-owned and operated, and based in Broome WA, we explore the Kimberley and the West Coast with small groups in comfortable custom-built vehicles.
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