Get an early start with morning pickup at 5:45am in Broome and transfer to the airport for your 6:30am departure.
Your pilot provides a safety briefing and headphones for the flight, then takes off and soars over the Kimbolton Ranges and Fitzroy River. Learn about the rapid tidal movement that created the conditions for the Horizontal Waterfalls, then admire the Thousand Islands and Buccaneer Archipelago.
Your pilot lands at Cape Leveque where you have breakfast or afternoon tea (depending on the day's timing). Near the stunning red cliffs, have free time to swim in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, relax on the sandy beach, and snap photos of the scenery.
Next, a short flight brings you to Cygnet Bay, site of Australia’s oldest family-owned pearl farm. Have a lunch that features barramundi fish, then
take a fast boat tour. The captain steers the boat through giant whirlpools and standing waves in the site of the world’s largest tropical tides.
Swing back to the Cygnet Bay pearl farm for a tour that details the history of pearling, including the process behind cultivating their top quality pearls.
After the pearl farm tour, return to your plane for the flight back to Broome. Pass over coastal landmarks like Pender Bay, Beagle Bay, Carnot Bay, James Price Point, Willie Creek, and Cable Beach en route.
Your tour ends with hotel drop-off in Broome in the late afternoon.