The Kimberley region is pretty remote, meaning you’ll have lots of room to explore the area’s cliffs, waterfalls, mountains and limestone gorges. There are many different cliff jumping options at the lakes and rivers, but the highest is over the Ord River, which is up to 84 feet above the water.
Great place with perfect cliffs and year-round weather for diving. This is the place to test your warrior spirit. Lana’i has a really nice spot, known as Kahekili’s Leap, where King Kahekili used to jump to challenge his warriors. This cliff also might be the birth place of cliff diving. This 63 feet cliff leads into a shallow 12 feet of water, don’t make this your first cliff jump.
La Quebrada Cliffs have heights up to 136 feet over the ocean. This jump is for the seasoned pro, who can be precise and take into account the three-second trip to reach the water. Generations of locals have trained to jump this death-defying leap, which you can participate in or watch during one of their five daily shows, including four torch-lit night shows.
Rick’s Café is perched on a limestone cliff and is one of the best places on the island to catch the sunset. Locals and tourists come to this café, a popular Cliffside bar, to enjoy a drink or partake in one or all three dives there, the tallest of which reaches 35 feet above the water. There are five vantage points in total, but you’ll find locals jumping from even higher in the trees.
The Azure Window is a natural arch, formed after two limestone caves collapsed. It is popular for its 92 feet arch which leads to deep blue water. This arch was also used in a season of Games of Thrones.