Larapinta Goddess Walk

July 22' - Sep 23', 2 nights

Larapinta Goddess Walk
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Retreat Highlights

  • Discover the stunning beauty of the ancient red centre walking on the West MacDonnell Ranges
  • Rejuvenate your senses with early morning yoga and meditation sessions
  • Completely unwind with stress free all female passengers and guides
  • Relax in our exclusive eco-campsites
  • Enjoy delicious meals cooked by your guides

The Larapinta Goddess Walk is a specially crafted getaway for adventurous women looking to experience the beauty of the Larapinta whilst harnessing their inner yogi. This revitalising 3 day program combines morning yoga and meditation sessions with invigorating walks to breathtaking highlights of the Larapinta Trail. These all female departures incorporate a rejuvenating and enriching combination of cultural and wellness activities to revitalise the mind and body while enjoying all the comforts of our award winning exclusive permanent campsites, including hot showers, comfortable lounges and heated dining shelter all in the spectacular surrounds of the Australian Red Centre.




About The Host

World Expeditions

World Expeditions

World Expedition pioneered trekking on the Larapinta Trail in 1995. We are the originals and have been the number one operator of Larapinta Treks ever since. World Expeditions own and operate our exclusive Larapinta Trek program, so we can offer unmatched experience, exceptional value and a huge range of dates, itineraries and private group trips. The Larapinta Trail has grown to be our most popular destination based entirely on word of mouth and repeat business. However we remain focussed on the wilderness values of the Red Centre and every trip is designed so that it feels like you have the trail to yourself Our trips cater to people from many walks of life, age groups and motivations. World Expeditions offers more than 30 tailored Australian itineraries that incorporate trekking, walking, rafting, cycling and climbing throughout Australia.



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