Honeymoon Barefoot

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Honeymoon Barefoot

Suggested duration

12 nights, plus a night or two en route where desired or required.

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Australia’s luxury barefoot paradises are exclusive by virtue of their remoteness, their special location and the small number of guests they accommodate at any one time. They offer privacy, outstanding experiences and a sense of understated luxury and romance to ensure your honeymoon is the most memorable holiday of a lifetime.

From darwin airport general aviation take a private 20min flight to private airstrip, then 15min hosted drive to bamurru plains.

1 Bamurru Plains Top End, Northern Territory (3NIGHTS)

This nine room camp exudes ‘Wild Bush Luxury’ ensuring that guests are introduced to the sights and sounds of this spectacular environment in style. On the edge of Kakadu National Park, Bamurru Plains, its facilities and 300km² of country are exclusively for the use of its guests – a romantic, privileged outback experience.

A selection of must do’s

  • Airboat tour – A trip out on the floodplain wetlands is utterly exhilarating and the only way to truly experience this key natural environment. Cut the engine and float amongst mangroves and waterlilies which create one of the most romantic natural sceneries possible.
  • 4WD safaris – An afternoon out with one of the guides will provide a insight to this fragile yet very important environment.
  • Enjoy the thrill of a helicopter flight and an exclusive aerial experience over the spectacular floodplains and coastline of Northern Australia.

1 Bamurru Plains Top End, Northern Territory (3NIGHTS)

This nine room camp exudes ‘Wild Bush Luxury’ ensuring that guests are introduced to the sights and sounds of this spectacular environment in style. On the edge of Kakadu National Park, Bamurru Plains, its facilities and 300km² of country are exclusively for the use of its guests – a romantic, privileged outback experience.

A selection of must do’s

  • Airboat tour – A trip out on the floodplain wetlands is utterly exhilarating and the only way to truly experience this key natural environment. Cut the engine and float amongst mangroves and waterlilies which create one of the most romantic natural sceneries possible.
  • 4WD safaris – An afternoon out with one of the guides will provide a insight to this fragile yet very important environment.
  • Enjoy the thrill of a helicopter flight and an exclusive aerial experience over the spectacular floodplains and coastline of Northern Australia.

15min hosted drive to private airstrip, private 20min flight to darwin airport general aviation, escorted transfer to main terminal, fly 1hr to kununurra airport, 2hr hosted drive to el questro homestead. (el questro operates from apr to oct).

2 El Questro Homestead The Kimberley, Western Australia (3NIGHTS)

The luxury of the El Questro Homestead sits in stark contrast to Western Australia’s rugged Kimberley landscape. Perched on a cliff top, with vistas of over the Chamberlain River, the Homestead is a romantic remote retreat catering for a maximum of 18 guests. Honeymooners should try one of the three new Cliff Side Retreats at the Homestead for total privacy at this luxe wilderness base.

A selection of must do’s

  • Take off on a Helicopter Tour to The Lost City and Miri Miri Falls. Explore the Lost City with an El Questro ranger, followed by a cool dip in the pristine Miri Miri Falls while you enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch.
  • Spend an afternoon at the Zebedee Thermal Springs – A magical place to relax and rejuvenate after a busy day.
  • The Homestead is renowned for serving gourmet cuisine in dramatic locations. Request an intimate dinner beneath the stars, or a table set on the cliff side.

2 El Questro Homestead The Kimberley, Western Australia (3NIGHTS)

The luxury of the El Questro Homestead sits in stark contrast to Western Australia’s rugged Kimberley landscape. Perched on a cliff top, with vistas of over the Chamberlain River, the Homestead is a romantic remote retreat catering for a maximum of 18 guests. Honeymooners should try one of the three new Cliff Side Retreats at the Homestead for total privacy at this luxe wilderness base.

A selection of must do’s

  • Take off on a Helicopter Tour to The Lost City and Miri Miri Falls. Explore the Lost City with an El Questro ranger, followed by a cool dip in the pristine Miri Miri Falls while you enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch.
  • Spend an afternoon at the Zebedee Thermal Springs – A magical place to relax and rejuvenate after a busy day.
  • The Homestead is renowned for serving gourmet cuisine in dramatic locations. Request an intimate dinner beneath the stars, or a table set on the cliff side.

2hr hosted drive to kununurra airport, 1hr flight to darwin airport, overnight darwin, next day 2.5hr flight to ayers rock airport, 15min hosted drive to longitude 131°.

3 Longitude 131° Ayers Rock - Uluru, Northern Territory (3 Nights)

At Longitude 131°, a gathering of luxury pavilions overlooking Uluru, the vibe is intimate and civilised. The desert retreat fans out from the cool sanctuary of the Dune House, site of lounging, dining and Rock gazing, the perfect base from which to explore the World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta. Camping certainly doesn’t come more glamorous nor the view from the ‘tent’ more spectacular than this.

A selection of must do’s

  • Table 131° – Dine out on sumptuous fare at an exclusive venue among the dunes and be mesmerised by the sounds of an ancient culture. Later, Longitude’s resident astronomer regales the gathering with tales of the southerly constellations.
  • Sunset Camel Ride – Explore the great Central Australia desert at a slow and relaxed pace, accompanied by an expert guide, regaling you with colourful anecdotes about life in this remarkable region.
  • Journey to Uluru in the late afternoon and arrive at Kantju Gorge at dusk to witness the gorge walls illuminated in the vivid evening light. Enjoy sunset drinks and canapés in the silence and solitude.

3 Longitude 131° Ayers Rock - Uluru, Northern Territory (3 Nights)

At Longitude 131°, a gathering of luxury pavilions overlooking Uluru, the vibe is intimate and civilised. The desert retreat fans out from the cool sanctuary of the Dune House, site of lounging, dining and Rock gazing, the perfect base from which to explore the World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta. Camping certainly doesn’t come more glamorous nor the view from the ‘tent’ more spectacular than this.

A selection of must do’s

  • Table 131° – Dine out on sumptuous fare at an exclusive venue among the dunes and be mesmerised by the sounds of an ancient culture. Later, Longitude’s resident astronomer regales the gathering with tales of the southerly constellations.
  • Sunset Camel Ride – Explore the great Central Australia desert at a slow and relaxed pace, accompanied by an expert guide, regaling you with colourful anecdotes about life in this remarkable region.
  • Journey to Uluru in the late afternoon and arrive at Kantju Gorge at dusk to witness the gorge walls illuminated in the vivid evening light. Enjoy sunset drinks and canapés in the silence and solitude.

15min hosted drive to ayers rock airport, 3hr flight to sydney airport, overnight in sydney, next day 2hr flight to lord howe island airport, 5min hosted drive to capella lodge.

4 Capella Lodge Lord Howe Island, New South Wales (3NIGHTS)

Inspired by the Australian beach-house, Capella Lodge, is celebrated as a haven of understated luxury and Lord Howe’s premium retreat. Often referred to as the ‘Last Paradise’, the tiny island is an intoxicating blend of pristine beaches, lush rainforests and sheer volcanic peaks, including Mount Gower rated as one of Australia’s best day walks. Below the surface, the world’s southern-most coral reef is home to an abundance of marine life. This is barefoot luxury at its best.

A selection of must do’s

  • World class diving with species endemic to the region. Expect to see schools of Violet Sweep, Amberjack, Kingfish, Silver Drummer, Ballina Angelfish, Rainbow Runners and occasionally Marlin, Dolphins and Wahoo.
  • Pamper yourselves in the petite Capella Spa, offering luxurious a menu of rejuvenating treatments inspired by the island’s endemic kentia palms, volcanic basalt rocks and pristine marine environment.
  • Be part of a tradition that has enchanted visitors for generations – make your way to Neds Beach to hand-feed the ‘locals’ including the royalty of Lord Howe fish, metre-long kingfish.

4 Capella Lodge Lord Howe Island, New South Wales (3NIGHTS)

Inspired by the Australian beach-house, Capella Lodge, is celebrated as a haven of understated luxury and Lord Howe’s premium retreat. Often referred to as the ‘Last Paradise’, the tiny island is an intoxicating blend of pristine beaches, lush rainforests and sheer volcanic peaks, including Mount Gower rated as one of Australia’s best day walks. Below the surface, the world’s southern-most coral reef is home to an abundance of marine life. This is barefoot luxury at its best.

A selection of must do’s

  • World class diving with species endemic to the region. Expect to see schools of Violet Sweep, Amberjack, Kingfish, Silver Drummer, Ballina Angelfish, Rainbow Runners and occasionally Marlin, Dolphins and Wahoo.
  • Pamper yourselves in the petite Capella Spa, offering luxurious a menu of rejuvenating treatments inspired by the island’s endemic kentia palms, volcanic basalt rocks and pristine marine environment.
  • Be part of a tradition that has enchanted visitors for generations – make your way to Neds Beach to hand-feed the ‘locals’ including the royalty of Lord Howe fish, metre-long kingfish.

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