Over 20 kilometres of sun-kissed white sand, turquoise water and spectacular Indian Ocean sunsets, have put Cable Beach on the world map as one of the most stunning, must-see beaches on Earth. Riding a camel train along the sand at sunset is the best way to take in all its exotic splendour.
A short trip north from Broome, along the Dampier Peninsula, brings you to Cape Leveque to witness first-hand how South Sea pearls are cultured. The local pearl farming tours offer a glimpse into the processes that produce one of the most coveted pearls on Earth.
From here, you’re within reach of the only two horizontal waterfalls in the world. The spectacle is awe-inspiring to view from a scenic flight, and the white waters are thrilling to ride by jet boat tour.
In contrast, south of Broome brings a gentler pace, where you can soak up the natural serenity of Eco Beach with all the luxuries of glamping tents at the Eco Beach resort.
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