Wula Guda Nyinda Aboriginal Eco Adventures

Most people visit Monkey Mia at Shark Bay for the interaction with the wild dolphins that come in to feed each day, but Darren ‘Capes’ Capewell, a descendant of the Nhanda and Malgana people, can provide a much deeper understanding of the region’s wildlife and history, and reveal some of its other secrets. With Wula Guda Nyinda Aboriginal Eco Adventures, visitors learn Aboriginal stories, animal tracking and bush tucker skills across the red and white sands of the region. There are saltwater kayak tours, sunset tours, a 1.5-hour morning tour, and a night-time adventure that includes storytelling around a campfire.

0429 708 847; www.wulaguda.com.au

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