Le Grand 4x4 Beach Adventure
- Duration: 4 Hours (approx.)
- Location: Esperance, Western Australia
- Product code: T1
Don't miss one of Australia's most beautiful places, Cape Le Grand National Park. Take the path less-travelled with a 4x4 tour in our comfortable off-road vehicle including up to 50km of beach driving** with expansive views over spectacular turquoise waters.
Our tour departs Esperance Daily, starting with a 25km beach drive to the Cape Le Grand National Park via Wylie Beach onto Le Grand Beach. Entering the National Park from Le Grand Beach, we explore the rugged wilderness and beautiful scenery including Frenchman Peak, Mount Le Grand. Hellfire Bay and Thistle Cove.
From here we drive out onto the famous Lucky Bay Beach. Certified as having the whitest sand in Australia, the beach is also home to friendly kangaroos which we will stop to meet.
As we drive a few more kilometres to the far end of Lucky Bay, you will marvel at the turquoise water contrasting with the snow-white sand.
Stopping at the end of the beach, you will disembark the vehicle to enjoy a delicious morning tea of locally baked goods, together with tea, coffee, and cool refreshments.
You will then have some free time to explore, take pictures or relax on the beach while you soak up the natural beauty of the area.
Back aboard the comfort of our 4x4, we retrace our path back down Lucky Bay, through the National Park and back down Le Grand Beach to Wylie Bay, giving passengers on the other side of the vehicle expansive views of the Ocean as we traverse the white sands.
This tour can be paired with either the Fly | Lunch | Fly or Lake Hillier | Le Grand Scenic Flights on the same day or a different day.
**Actual distance of beach driving may vary depending on tides and beach conditions. During times of very high tides, vehicle may only be able to travel one direction on the beach, with the other direction having to be travelled on the road.
- Complimentary accommodation pick-up and drop-off.
- Morning Tea
- Coffee, Tea and cold refreshments