VACAYA All-LGBT+ Travel Cruise 11-night luxury expedition from Darwin to Broome via Planetdwellers

10 May – 21 May 2025

Explore ancient Australian landscapes

Of course, VACAYA is known for taking our guests to the far corners of the earth, but now … we’re taking you to a place NO ONE has dared venture before!

Tucked along the northwestern corner of Australia, The Kimberley is one of the world’s last wild frontiers. From rugged sandstone peaks and gushing waterfalls to desert expanses, sunken mangrove forests, and everything in between, VACAYA’s latest expedition is sure to take your breath away.

Whether you’re a seasoned traveler, wildlife enthusiast, natural history buff, or you’re simply seeking a new adventure in one of the most pristine places on Earth, you won’t want to miss this 11-night luxury expedition from Darwin to Broome May 10-21, 2025.

VACAYA’s small-ship adventures have set a new standard in luxury all-gay/all-LGBT+ travel, but NOTHING beats what lies ahead as we partner with Seabourn for the very first time! Their newest expedition vessel, Pursuit, is all ours, and she’ll provide the PERFECT level of luxury, comfort, and adventure for 260 lucky Vacayans.

Where is “The Kimberley”?
The Kimberley is a region located in the northern part of Western Australia. It’s known for its other-worldly landscapes, stunning gorges, and unique geological formations. The Kimberley encompasses a vast area, covering approximately 423,517 square kilometers (163,521 square miles), making it one of the most sparsely populated regions in Australia. On our expedition, highlights include King George Falls, Jar Island, Montgomery Reef, and Talbot Bay Horizonal Waterfalls. Yes… horizontal waterfalls!

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