What do you mean "Seize the moment"?
Our people have a different way of living our lives. What we do in the big picture of our lives is carefully planned. It is difficult though for us to stick to day to day plans. We live to make the most of each day. Its about knowing everything you can about your country – the seasons, the cycles, the wonders around you and seizing the moment.
We invite you to make the most of your days. Came with us and seize the moment in exploring the Kimberley. We can show you our country at its best for the exact time of your visit.
Because of our local Indigenous knowledge, we can recommend the best places to go, the destinations in-between and outline your travel and accommodation options.
For example you might want to look at 1000 islands, fly over spectacular waterfalls, catch a sawfish off Broome, hover over the Bungle Bungles in a helicopter, drive the Gibb River Road, sit down to champagne, oysters and mud crabs under the golden staircase to the Kimberley moon or just take it slowly while you learn all about fascinating Indigenous Australian cultures – the possibilities are endless.
What level of fitness is needed to take part in the tours?
Again this is entirely up to you. We can tailor a tour to suit your ability – or inability!
What do the tours cost?
Costs for each tour are calculated according to the itinerary and trave-accommodation options you select. We will guarantee a competitive price for all adventures.
What do I need to bring?
A minimum of hat, good walking shoes, sunglasses (preferably polarized to see all the barramundi!) water bottle and light weight clothing. See list below:
- casual clothing,
- casual dress for travelling & activities
- comfortable walking shoes,
- insect repellent,
- loose long sleeve clothing
- warm sweater/jacket
A maximum of one 20Kg bag
The rest of your luggage can be secured in safe storage until the end of your tour.
How do I get to you?
Uptuyu is based in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. We can arrange pick-ups from the town centres of Broome and Derby.