WESTERN Australian tour operators Walk into Luxury offer all-inclusive walk packages complete with post-walk massages, gourmet food and beverages, and luxury accommodation at award-winning resorts and boutique retreats.
For time poor guests, Walk into Luxury offers private jet and helicopter transfers from Perth to Margaret River, and for those seeking an aerial view of the track, scenic helicopter flights are available that will deliver guests to a local winery for lunch on their last day.
Walk into Luxury has partnered with local operators to ensure every aspect of its ultra-luxe walks is of the highest standard and 100 per cent local. Food, in particular, is a stand-out. Exclusive tasting menus with matching beverages – including from Leeuwin Estate and Wills Domain – are standard inclusions. So are daily in-villa canapes and local wines, and a private in-villa chef experience, which provides guests on the five- and eight-day walks a chance to meet (and be served by) a top local chef. Gourmet hampers provided for guests to enjoy on the track are yet another opportunity to taste the first-rate produce the region is known for.
In addition to supporting local products and businesses, Walk into Luxury has committed to donating 5 per cent profit from every walk sold to regional charities from day one.
Walk into Luxury offers private walking experiences, so guests have the chance to enjoy the Cape to Cape track at their own pace and without the crowds. Private guides are available, or guests can elect to walk self-guided with all maps, safety gear and a monitored GPS device provided by the Walk into Luxury team.
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