Bonus $1000 Shipboard Credit

All-Inclusive Kimberley Expedition Fly & Cruise Package

  • 12 Jun ‘25
  • 10 nights
  • Darwin, Northern Territory
  • Silver Cloud
Price From $20,799*/pp

*Based on Suite.

What's Included

EXPERIENCE ALL -INCLUSIVE LUXURY IN THE KIMBERLEY WITH THIS SMALL SHIP 10 NIGHT PACKAGE INCLUDING FLIGHTS, TRANSFERS AND EXPEDITION CRUISE.

Ancient art, cliffs sculpted by the elements and sapphire blue waters welcome you to the spectacular Kimberley Coast. Bookended by tropical Darwin’s charms, discover a coastline steeped in rich human heritage. Explore the mighty Buccaneer Archipelago’s maze of islands, and marvel at Montgomery Reef, a marine wonderland unveiled by dramatic tidal shifts. A thrilling journey of close-quarter wildlife encounters and early Aboriginal artworks.

Experience the wonders of the Kimberley region in unparalleled luxury aboard Silver Cloud, where adventure meets indulgence amidst rugged landscapes and untamed wilderness.

Your Package Includes:

⚓ Private executive transfers from your home to the airport
⚓ Return economy class flights, or upgrade to business class from $1,349 each way*
⚓ Transfer from the airport to the ship.
⚓ 10-Night luxury expedition cruise on Silver Cloud, Darwin return
⚓ Suite accommodation onboard with butler service for every suite
⚓ Beverages in-suite and throughout the ship including champagne, select wines and spirits
⚓ Expedition activities including Zodiac cruising and kayaking with a dedicated Expedition team
⚓ Port charges, government fees and onboard cruise gratuities
⚓ Transfer from the ship to the airport
⚓ Private executive transfers from the airport to your home

Plus, book now for these additional bonus offers:

Suite upgrade from a Vista Suite to a Veranda Suite*
Shipboard Credit of $1000 per suite*

This is door-to-door service with Silversea. Relaxing and seamless from the moment you depart home, your fare includes airfare, transfers and expedition activities. Book your Kimberley expedition with your Cruise Travel Advisor today and prepare yourself for an unforgettable journey, where exploration knows no limits.

YOUR ITINERARY

Date
Port
Info
Arrive
Depart
Day 1
12th Jun 2025
Darwin, Northern Territory

Your Silverseas’ experience will start as soon as ...

Darwin, Northern Territory

Your Silverseas’ experience will start as soon as you leave home, with a private chauffeur service* taking you from your home to your domestic airport for your flight. This luxury service is included as part of your all-inclusive offer on this voyage. Once your flight arrives in Darwin, a private transfer will take you from the airport to the ship.

Arrive
Depart
19:00
Day 2
13th Jun 2025
Koolama Bay, Western Australia

Discover the beauty of Koolama Bay, located at the mo ...

Koolama Bay, Western Australia

Discover the beauty of Koolama Bay, located at the mouth of the King George River in the Kimberley region. This stunning bay got its name from a ship that was beached here during World War II after a Japanese aerial attack. Embark on a Zodiac cruise from Koolama Bay to explore the majestic King George Falls, towering at an impressive 260 feet (80 m) high, making them one of Australia’s tallest waterfalls. As you journey through the river, surrounded by dramatic red rock formations, you’ll encounter an array of wildlife including saltwater crocodiles, magnificent birdlife like giant raptors, and the striking Brahminy Kite.

Arrive
12:30
Depart
18:00
Day 3
14th Jun 2025
Swift Bay, Western Australia

Discover the jaw-dropping Kimberley region in Australia, home t ...

Swift Bay, Western Australia

Discover the jaw-dropping Kimberley region in Australia, home to some of the oldest collections of rock art. This ancestral art, depicting warriors, animals, and nature, is an authentic testament to Aboriginal culture, rituals, and traditions. Tranquil Swift Bay offers you the opportunity to explore astonishing Wandjina art galleries and awaken the adventurer in you. A quick zodiac ride on the turquoise waters allows you to admire the coast’s spectacular scenery, while a short walk across the rocky and wild landscape – 250 meters from the landing site – leads you to the historic and artistic caves. In these ancient galleries, you can observe two different styles of rock art: the Gwion Gwion style, featuring long and skinny human-like figures, and the rounder Wandjina style, both equally impressive and special. To admire the most spectacular of the ancient paintings, you’ll need to keep your wits about you as it is painted on the ceiling and only visible by lying down. However, beware if you have claustrophobia, as the ceiling is only about a meter above your head. Those who do manage to wiggle into the best position will fully appreciate the artwork’s enormous scale and size, leaving them undoubtedly captivated by the experience.

Arrive
07:30
Depart
18:00
Day 4
15th Jun 2025
Ashmore Reef, Australia

Located in the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean, Ashmore Reef ...

Ashmore Reef, Australia

Located in the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean, Ashmore Reef Marine Park is an Australian External Territory situated 630 km off the coast of Broome. Encompassing 583 square km, this protected area is a haven of natural beauty with its diverse shades of blue, stunning underwater wonders, and enchanting wildlife. Comprising three tiny islands and their surrounding waters, Ashmore Reef is a flourishing oasis of wildlife. Home to over 40 bird species, including crested terns, white-tailed tropicbirds, and greater frigatebirds, it is a favorite nesting ground for more than 100,000 seabirds annually. Additionally, the islands serve as a sanctuary for thousands of migratory shorebirds such as curlew sandpipers, bar-tailed godwits, and great knots, some of which travel from as far as Siberia. Beneath the surface, the vibrant reef teems with around 500 species of fish, as well as marine turtles, dugongs, and playful dolphins. To preserve the rich and delicate ecosystem, Ashmore Reef has been designated a Sanctuary zone, offering the highest level of protection for the wildlife and minimizing human disturbance. While only scientific research is allowed in this area, visitors can explore the Recreational Use Zone, which includes a small section of West Island, and marvel at the unique beauty of this special place.

Arrive
13:30
Depart
18:00
Day 5
16th Jun 2025
Adele Island, Western Australia

Like a magical oasis in the Indian Ocean, Adele Is ...

Adele Island, Western Australia

Like a magical oasis in the Indian Ocean, Adele Island emerges as a haven of peace and tranquility. Located 65 miles off Kimberley’s rugged coast, this sandy paradise is a sight to behold. The sands of Adele Island shift and change with the tides, creating a mesmerising dance of nature right before your eyes. At the heart of the island lies a stunning tidal lagoon teeming with biodiversity. Adele Island serves as a bustling habitat for breeding birds and turtles, while its waters provide a playful playground for young humpback whales and bottlenose dolphins. Keep a lookout for the majestic silhouettes gliding beneath the surface of the shallow sea. The crystal-clear waters make it easy to spot a variety of sea creatures gracefully swimming by. Be cautious, though, as there may be watchful crocodiles lurking nearby. Encounter beautiful sea turtles, colorful fish, and unique bird species such as the lesser frigate bird and brown booby as you explore this pristine island retreat. Marvel at the sight of seabirds swirling around you like a gentle whirlwind. The seabed is adorned with vibrant coral reefs, resembling underwater cities bustling with life. Surrounded by the soothing sounds of the waves, the crunching of sandy footsteps, and the melodious songs of birdlife, Adele Island is a harmonious symphony for the senses.

Arrive
12:30
Depart
18:30
Day 6
17th Jun 2025
Buccaneer Archipelago Region

Located off the coast of Western Australia, the B ...

Buccaneer Archipelago Region

Located off the coast of Western Australia, the Buccaneer Archipelago is a hidden gem of the Kimberley region. Covering an area of 50 square kilometers, this archipelago consists of approximately 800 islands that serve as a natural barrier, protecting the mainland from the powerful 12-meter tides and rapid currents of the Yampi Sound. While swimming in these waters may not be advisable due to their strength, they create stunning natural wonders like the horizontal reversible waterfall in Talbot Bay. This unique phenomenon is caused by the tidal pull, which also creates narrow passages between the islands, posing a challenge for sailors. The history of the Buccaneer Archipelago dates back to 1688 when it was first sighted by William Dampier. However, it wasn’t until 1821 that the region was named Buccaneer by Captain Phillip Parker King in honor of Dampier’s visit. Commander John Lort Stokes also mentioned the area in his records in 1838. In the 180s, the archipelago attracted adventurous individuals seeking opportunities in pearling and mining. Pearling activities were concentrated in Cygnet Bay, Cascade Bay, Cone Bay, and Strickland Bay in the 1880s, while mining operations focused on extracting iron ore from Koolan Island on the eastern side of the Sound. Today, this location remains a source of some of the world’s richest iron ore. The Buccaneer Archipelago offers a blend of history, natural beauty, and economic opportunities, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking an adventure in Western Australia.

Arrive
07:00
Depart
18:30
Day 7
18th Jun 2025
Freshwater Cove, Western Australia

Located next to Montgomery Reef on the mainland, Freshwate ...

Freshwater Cove, Western Australia

Located next to Montgomery Reef on the mainland, Freshwater Cove – also known locally as Wijingarra Butt Butt – offers a warm welcome from Aboriginal guides with a traditional ochre ceremony on the beach. The striking rock formations along the shore hold significance as spiritual ancestors connected to the historic Wandjina battle. Nearby caves feature ancient rock art, accessible only through guided tours. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the area with a visit to Freshwater Cove.

Arrive
07:00
Depart
12:00
Day 7
18th Jun 2025
Montgomery Reef, Western Australia

Montgomery Reef spans an impressive 300 square kilometers and bo ...

Montgomery Reef, Western Australia

Montgomery Reef spans an impressive 300 square kilometers and boasts a dramatic tidal change of up to 4 meters. As the tide recedes, the reef appears to emerge from the water, revealing a mesmerising semi-submerged world. At low tide, a river is unveiled, offering access to a unique and enchanting landscape. Venturing further into the river on Zodiacs, visitors will be greeted by cascading waterfalls reaching heights of up to 3 meters at the reef’s edge. Along the way, one can marvel at the diverse array of reef birds and sea creatures, including turtles and manta rays. A trip to Montgomery Reef is a rare opportunity that hinges on the tides, but it promises to be an unforgettable experience of a lifetime.

Arrive
13:30
Depart
18:30
Day 8
19th Jun 2025
Hunter River Region, Western Australia

The Hunter River boasts a vast mangrove system, surrounded ...

Hunter River Region, Western Australia

The Hunter River boasts a vast mangrove system, surrounded by towering red sandstone cliffs. Within the narrow mangrove channels, you can spot various bird species, mudskippers, fiddler crabs, and the infamous saltwater crocodile – one of the most aggressive crocodile species known to man. At Naturalist Island, located at the river’s mouth, there is a breathtaking sandy beach, perfect for small helicopters to land and pick up visitors who want to explore the Kimberley’s vast interior. A must-see inland is the renowned Mitchell Falls, where four tiers of waterfalls cascade into deep pools that then flow into the mighty Mitchell River. The headwaters of the falls offer cool waters, providing a refreshing escape from the heartland’s heat.

Arrive
07:00
Depart
18:00
Day 9
20th Jun 2025
Vansittart Bay (Jar Island), Western Australia

Located near the northern tip of Western Australia, Vans ...

Vansittart Bay (Jar Island), Western Australia

Located near the northern tip of Western Australia, Vansittart Bay is a historically significant area named by Phillip Parker King during his surveys in the early 19th century. One of the highlights of the bay is Jar Island, where visitors can explore the unique Bradshaw (Gwion Gwion) and Wandjina styles of rock art at two nearby sites. For those interested in more recent history, the Anjo Peninsula offers an intriguing experience. A beach landing and a short hike across a lagoon, or a walk around the lagoon depending on tides, will lead you to a World War II site. Here, you can view the almost intact wreck of an old C-53 airplane, providing a glimpse into the past.

Arrive
07:00
Depart
17:30
Day 10
21st Jun 2025
Darwin, Northern Territory

Your ship docks in port in Darwin late this evenin ...

Darwin, Northern Territory

Your ship docks in port in Darwin late this evening, and disembarkation will begin in the morning. This tropical city is a hidden gem in this vast and diverse country, located 2,000 miles from Sydney and Melbourne. Named after Charles Darwin by British settlers, this historically isolated outpost has a unique charm that will enchant and captivate you. Despite its remote location, Darwin has a resilient spirit forged through its history of being on the front line during the Pacific War and enduring the devastation of Cyclone Tracy in 1973.

Arrive
21:00
Depart
Day 11
22nd Jun 2025
Darwin, Northern Territory

Your expedition finishes today in Darwin as you di ...

Darwin, Northern Territory

Your expedition finishes today in Darwin as you disembark from your ship in the morning. From the ship you’ll be transferred to the airport for your return flight to your home city. Once you land at your home airport, a private executive transfer will transfer you back to your house.

Arrive
Depart

YOUR SHIP - The Silver Cloud

After extensive refurbishment, Silver Cloud is the most spacious and comfortable ice class vessel in expedition cruising. Her large suites, her destination itineraries and her unparalleled service make her truly special. Her four dining options will tantalise your taste buds and as 80% of her suites include a veranda, watching a breaching whale or a few cavorting penguins has never been so personal. A limited number of guests in polar waters, mean that Silver Cloud has the highest space to guest and crew to guest ratios in expedition cruising. With her 18 zodiacs, 10 kayaks, possibilities are almost limitless with ship-wide simultaneous explorations.

Description

After extensive refurbishment, Silver Cloud is the most spacious and comfortable ice class vessel in expedition cruising. Her large suites, her destination itineraries and her unparalleled service make her truly special. Her four dining options will tantalise your taste buds and as 80% of her suites include a veranda, watching a breaching whale or a few cavorting penguins has never been so personal. A limited number of guests in polar waters, mean that Silver Cloud has the highest space to guest and crew to guest ratios in expedition cruising. With her 18 zodiacs, 10 kayaks, possibilities are almost limitless with ship-wide simultaneous explorations.

STATEROOMS

    Suite

    Available as a one-bedroom configuration oras two bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoiningwith a Vista Suite. Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional large picture window. Living room with sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area. Separate dining area. Twin beds or queen-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed. Marble bathroom with full-sized bath and separate shower; bedroom two has additional marble bathroom with shower (no bath as indicated in diagram). Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe. Vanity table(s) with hair dryer. Writing desk(s). Bose Sound system with Bluetooth Connectivity. Unlimited Premium Wifi. Illy Espresso machine.

Important Notice

*Fares are per person, in AUD, in complete twin accommodation based on the lead category for each stateroom type at time of publication, inclusive of all discounts, taxes, fees and port expenses (which are subject to change). In select categories, enjoy a two-category suite upgrade on Ocean-going voyages – or a one-category suite upgrade on Expedition cruises – a $1,000 shipboard credit per suite ($500 per guest) and a refundable 15% reduced deposit. All fares include: “Air Programme”, “Shore Excursions Programme”, “Private Executive Transfers Service”, and the “Expedition Package” (on Expedition Cruises only). Cruise fares also cover certain shipboard services including: suite accommodations, butler service in any suite, unlimited Wi-Fi, onboard meals and entertainment, 24-hour dining service, beverages aboard ship including select wines, champagnes, spirits, soft drinks, water, tea and coffee, gratuities aboard ship (except spa). Offer combinable with Venetian Society loyalty rewards. Included Economy Class and specially priced Business Class roundtrip airfares are available to guests opting to book the Silversea Air Programme. Such airfares are capacity controlled, limited to select gateways, air carriers and routings of Silversea’s choosing. Airfares may also vary depending on the departure/arrival gateway. Guests should book early to secure the best airfare and flight schedule. Economy class will be substituted when necessary. Silversea may choose to withdraw or modify Air Programme’s airfares at any time without advance notice. The Door-to-Door is subject to availability (determined at Silversea’s sole discretion). Silversea’s Air Programme package is referred to as the “Air / Sea Package” and includes roundtrip Economy Class air and group transfers between airport / pier on days of embark / debark. Silversea, in partnership with Blacklane will offer chauffeured transportation from the guests’ home to their departure airport and return service (home) at the end of their vacation. Silversea will cover the cost of a pre-determined distance (based on the cruise), up to 50 miles. Should the distance of the trip be longer than the covered mileage guests will be able to pay for the additional miles directly with Blacklane. Offer ends 31 May 2024. For full terms and conditions please speak to your Travel Advisor at Cruiseabout.

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