Tailored small group safaris

Escape the crowds and join a private guided safari. This is the Kimberley as few people get to see it. Choose from our existing advertised itineraries and your local guide will tailor the itinerary to your interests whether your group is interested in:

  • Photography
  • Travelling with kids
  • Indigenous art, including Bradshaw (Gwion Gwion) 
  • Geology
  • Ornithology

Tailored safaris have been our speciality since 2006 and we look forward to helping you plan your dream Kimberley holiday.


Suggested destinations

We have had a wide variety of folks on previous tours including photographers, geologists and families. Here are a few favourite destinations from previous tailored safaris:

  • Mornington Wildlife Conservancy
  • Mitchell Plateau
  • Mount Hart
  • Cape Leveque
  • Purnululu (Bungle Bungles)
  • Home Valley Station (kids love the horse riding here!)
  • Lake Argyle
  • Gibb River Road
  • El Questro wilderness park


To get a general idea of our rates, please look at our advertised tours (see links on homepage).

Landcruiser - 4 max. 

Note - we have 2 additional seats in the back of the Landcruiser, accommodating an additional 2 people (6 passengers in total), however, these seats are small and are only suitable for children.

Isuzu - 16 max.
Price on application

Part of the family

“The clients have just popped into the office to rave about how wonderful everything was, and how impressed they were with your services.  To quote his words "it felt like we were part of the family. I cannot praise you or the company highly enough.”

— Brigitta Boulton (travel agent), Australia, 2007

One of the best trips ever

“I got to spend over a week exploring the Kimberley with Kimberley Spirit guide Scott Connell. It was one of the best trips I have ever done.”

— Sean Scott, Australian photographer, 2015

Highly recommended

“This is a beautiful part of the Kimberley and I can highly recommend anyone wishing to explore this breathtaking region to travel with Kimberley Spirit. You will not be disappointed.”

— Gail George, Australia, 2015