Half Day Cruise (5.5 hours) Adults $175

https://restaurantmartinwishart.co.uk/atom/3129 The best way to experience Darngku and gain an understanding of the Bunuba way of life is to take this powerful, dynamic tour. Be sure and wear sturdy footwear because this tour takes you across sharp limestone, and there’s a climb that’s not overly strenuous but involves a little difficulty.

see this We’ll start at the gazebo with a short introductory talk, then board the boat for a trip upstream to the Bunuba Sandbar. We’ll get out and walk across the sandbar for an ‘up close and personal’ look at the ancient, gnarled rocks of the cliff case, and climb to the lookout. There, while you enjoy magnificent views of the gorge, your guide will teach you about bush medicines, which you’ll get to hold, smell and feel the effects of some local medicinal plants.

disabled dating northern ireland Back on board, we’ll cruise to Manganambi, a site of powerful significance to the Bunuba people. A sacred spring, Manganambi was used during initiations many years ago and holds many stories and history. Heading back downstream, we’ll disembark again and stroll into the tranquil setting of the Larawan area for lunch with billy tea and damper. Then, as the tour comes to a close and we cruise back to the dock, your guide will tell Dreamtime stories and more tales about the local animals and plants.

Adults $175 Children 4 – 13 years $140


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Indigenous Heritage

The Kimberley region has an Indigenous history dating back between 40,000 and 60,000 years, the oldest established culture on earth. In the Darngku region the indigenous people are known as ‘Bunuba’.