Como The Treasury, a luxury hotel in Perth, has launched two new five-night experiences in partnership with El Questro Homestead and Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef Safari Camp. Inspired by the environment, the new partnership aims to encourage travelers to experience the remote natural wonders of Western Australia (WA).
After a two-night’s stay at Como The Treasury, guests will head north to explore WA’s wilderness, with a three-night “Experience the Kimberley” package at El Questro Homestead in the Kimberley region or a three-night “Escape to the Ningaloo Coast” experience at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef on the northwest coast of Western Australia.
The “Experience the Kimberley” package allows guests to explore deep gorges, cascading waterfalls and ancient rock art in the Kimberley outback. River journeys by boat and private helicopter trips to the Bungle Bungles, a World Heritage site, can also be added to the itinerary on a bespoke basis. After venturing through the outback, guests will stay the night at El Questro Homestead in a Homestead Garden Room or can upgrade to a Cliffside Retreat for additional comfort. Additionally, guests have the option of taking private tours exclusively through El Questro Homestead, such as guided gorge walks and the use of Zebedee thermal springs.
Alternatively, during “Escape to the Ningaloo Coast,” guests can explore the Ningaloo Reef, one of the world’s longest near-shore reefs. Guests will see turtles, tropical fish and manta rays congregate in large numbers, as well as whale sharks as they pass over the reef. Guided walks, snorkeling and kayaking tours are all included, as well as paddle boards, wetsuits and snorkel gear. After swimming through the reef, guests will stay at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef’s beachside safari camp in a luxury wilderness tent.