Why choose between Australia and New Zealand? Experience both on the 22-day guided vacation of a lifetime. Discover iconic Sydney, fashionable Melbourne, and welcoming Auckland; stand in the presence of sacred Uluru; explore ancient rainforests; and get your fill of city life, mountainscapes, glaciers, cultural moments, deserts, hot springs, and photo ops.
The contrasting landscapes of the rugged Kimberley, from its spectacular coastline to its rich mineral fields, will amaze and delight you on this extensive northerly expedition. Cruise on rivers and gorges, hike to waterholes, tour working mines, relax on pristine beaches and stay in safari-style accommodation. Discover the ocean at Broome, Coral Bay and Monkey Mia, and the stunning outback landscapes of the Pilbara.
Explore vibrant cosmopolitan Perth before travelling inland to iconic Kalgoorlie, then watch in awe as the landscape transitions on your approach to the southern coast, where you’ll discover white-sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and ancient forests. Seaside Fremantle and Margaret River’s renowned food and wine culture await you before you head north to meet the wild dolphins at Monkey Mia.
Journey from Adelaide to Darwin via the deserts of the Red Centre on a Fly/Drive journey that will ignite your sense of adventure. Roam the wilds of Kangaroo Island, view Uluru from the back of a camel, and cruise among the crocodiles of Kakadu National Park. You're in "The Land Down Under," so why not explore it from bottom to top!
This 12 day self-drive itinerary takes you the whole 243 km length of the iconic Great Ocean Road, which lies between Melbourne and Adelaide. Discover amazing coastal scenery, adventure and wildlife en route to the festival city of Adelaide before flying to the World Heritage Wilderness of Tasmania, Australia's beautiful island state.
Follow the footsteps of the explorers on an unforgettable 12 day Outback safari. This epic adventure transports you from coastal Adelaide to tropical Darwin via the jaw-dropping landscapes of Australia's Red Centre. Visit curious Coober Pedy, meet desert wildlife in Alice Springs, sleep at an authentic Outback roadhouse and marvel at the gorges of Nitmiluk and Litchfield National Park.
The island of Tasmania is renowned for its pristine wilderness, abundant wildlife, gourmet food and wine, and friendly locals. On this wide-ranging journey, you’ll visit Hobart’s bustling Salamanca Market. Witness the stunning natural beauty of Cradle Mountain and Freycinet National Park, and indulge your tastebuds with fresh Tasmanian artisan cheeses and other delicious treats.