Reading Choose Your Own Adventures was awesome, what with the endless storylines, the second-person point-of-view, and the sneaking suspicion that you shouldn't sell the hidden mirror labeled "not for sale" at your Uncle David's antique shop to the voodoo practitioners... or should you? Re-live that awesomeness in person -- in Western Australia -- with Uptuyu.
Uptuyu's an Aboriginal tour company run by a nature-attuned native Aussie dedicated to creating trips in the Kimberley region of the Outback entirely based on your level of adventure/interests/laziness, with the host partial to, and totally approving of, up-to-the-last-second changes based on whim and intuition -- so definitely bring that belt... wait! Maybe don't! Here's how it works: let the main dude know how long you're going for and what your general interests are, and he'll come up with an itinerary, which includes everything from spear/net fishing, to helicoptering over 1000 islands, to cutting a trail through the thick bush (what is this, Wesleyan?). If you want to get Aboriginal, you can concentrate more on their traditions, and do hikes dedicated to crazy-ass local wildlife (crocodiles/emus/etc), go spelunking through caves covered in ancient art, and get a lesson in how to use a boomerang, something Eddie Murphy clearly never took. Ooohh, feel it burn, Eddie Murphy!
Changes in route and additional stops are often made along the way, based on the intuition and knowledge of the tour guide, who also recommends booking a trip during the dry season, which runs from now-ish 'til about October -- book later than that, and the only adventure you'll be choosing is which other trip-goers bag to steal dry socks from -- the creepy guy with the troubled past, or the seemingly friendly Canadians.