Australia Luxury Tour - Journey into the Golden Triangle
Come and discover the wonders of Australia with this tailor-made tour and luxury holiday in this marvellous land! A trip and and self-drive vacation with elegant and luxurious accommodations to enjoy the relaxing Australian colors and flavors.Read more
Here are the highlights of your tour in the name of luxury and charm:
Free days available for relaxation and individual activities. Sydney is one of Australia's icons, bright and lively, it offers incomparable natural beauty, such as its bay and the many beaches like Manly or Bondi, historic areas and shopping centers, theaters, cultural performances of all kinds and a beautiful botanical garden.
Free transfer to the airport and flight to Adelaide. Arrival and free transfer to the hotel.
Today's excurision with return flights to Kangaroo island includes: transportation to and from the hotel in Adelaide, transfers to and from Kangaroo Island by plane, Kangaroo Island tour with English speaking guide, BBQ lunch on excursion, jeep tours up to 6/8 participants per vehicle.
Kangaroo Island is a truly spectacular place, where you can find cliffs overlooking the stormy sea, peaceful beaches, a blue-colored flamboyant ocean, vast woodlands of eucalyptus, protected bays and hidden coves.
Sightseeing will include:
Free transfer to the airport and departure for Alice Springs. Arrival and pick-up of the reserved vehicle at the city's depot: a Toyota Landcruiser with unlimited mileage and basic insurance included. Fee transfer to the hotel, accommodation in Room Mountain view. Overnight at the hotel.
Alice Springs, a town with just 24,000 inhabitants, is located at the center of the Australian continent like an oasis in the desert, surrounded by rocky mountains and nestled in an arid landscape of indescribable colors, truly spectacular. The population has a strong Aboriginal presence and, not surprisingly, the center offers numerous art workshops where you can buy beautiful and expensive aboriginals paintings, but also more affordable shops of souvenirs linked to the traditions of the ancient inhabitants of these areas.
Don't forget to visit the Old Telegraph Station, Desert Park, opened in March 1997, located on the Mac Donnel Ranges highlands, a spectacular desert environment and introduction to its typical fauna, the Royal Flying Doctor Service, the helicopter emergency service, a reference point for the entire Central Australia, the School of the Air, in which hundreds of young people and children receive schooling by radio.
Today continue to Kings Canyon along Larapinta Drive through the West MacDonnell Ranges. You may want to stop every now and then and take routes of different lenghts, each one interesting in its own way, such as: Simpson Gap, Standley Chasm, Serpentine Gorge, Ormiston Gorge (the longest and more demanding). Beyond the historic town of Hermannsburg, now home to an Aboriginal community, you enter Mereenie Road, a new road connection to Kings Canyon officially opened to tourism just a few years ago.
Along the way you can watch a magnificent scenery: Gosse Bluff. It is an aboriginal reserve officially inaccessible but with tact and education you can access it without problems. You will probably arrive in Kings Canyon just before sunset, do not miss the magic of the colors of the evening on the canyon, perhaps by taking the shortest route within the canyon, leaving the longest and most difficult one for the following morning. Overnight at the resort, in a spa deluxe room.
In the morning opportunity to take a journey of about 3 hours through the valley. Continue to Ayers Rock. Upon arrival in the afternoon the car will be released at the depot at the airport. Meeting with the staff of Longitude 131 ° and transfer to the resort in the middle of the Outback. Accommodation in luxury tents. All meals and activities included.
The symbol par excellence of Australia, the Ayers Rock will reveal all its charm. This mysterious sand monolith is not a rock, but the tip of a conglomerate of pebbles, the bottom of what was an inland lake about 600 million years ago. To the Aborigines, the Rock is the "Holy Place of Dreams", and all around there are cave paintings. It's interesting to observe how the rock drastically changes color depending on the light and time. Past Ayers Rock Resort hotel complex where you will stay tonight, you will enter Uluru National Park (17 AUD) and then travel back rapidly to The Olgas, Aboriginal sacred mountains and then back up to the Ayers Rock in time to admire the spectacle that the setting of the sun creates around the monolith.
Today you will wake up in a luxury tented camp, unique in its style for those who want to enjoy the adventure without sacrificing luxury; 3 km from Ayers Rock Resort, in the heart of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park, with spectacular views of the monolith. The 15 accommodations in tented lodges are equipped with every comfort, from air conditioning direct phone, from hair dryers to linen bedspreads, cd player, etc. The central part of the "luxury safari camp" is called Dune House and hosts the bar area, the restaurant and a raised observatory covered by a futuristic tent with spectacular sight on Ayers Rock monolith.
Breakfast included for the entire duration of the stay. Nestled in Daintree rainforest, one of the oldest in the world, at the edge of the Mossman Gorge, the Silky Oaks Lodge is a luxury resort and an ideal base to explore the Tropical North Queensland area.
It's an eco-lodge built on the banks of Mossman river, within Daintree Rainforest National Park, set in lush vegetation, an exclusive paradise for those who wish to immerse themselves in nature away from it all. It's a lodge built with natural materials, featuring wooden furnishings that give a touch of class to this stylish property. Beautiful is the new "Healing Waters Spa", where treatments are practiced with natural products, in harmony with the ancient Aboriginal culture.
Provided for all guests at the Silky Oaks is a rich program of excursions which are accompanied by expert guides. The 45 Treehouses are designed to ensure maximum privacy. Built in wood, they are surrounded by lush vegetation, they have a small sitting area and a veranda with a hammock. They feature king size beds, air conditioning and ceiling fan, telephone, minibar, bathroom with shower / bath tub, CD player and a stove for aromatherapy oils.
Free days available for relaxation and individual activities. Known as "The Jewel of the Great Barrier Reef", Lizard Island is famous for its location on the Barrier Reef, whose extraordinary beauty can be seen at a short distance. Scuba diving or swimming at the renowned "cod hole" is among the most beautiful experiences you can do underwater. You can swim among tropical fish such as giant "Potato" groupers, visit the "Clam Garden" where you'll find the giant bivalve clams that are 150 years old.
First class accommodation and food, along with tropical temperatures all year round, and the incredible natural beauty have earned the island the reputation as an ideal destination for the holidays. Recently substantially renovated, the resort is today at its best. It has 40 luxury suites. All rooms offer maximum pivacy and overlook the sea and the reef (with the exception of 6 Anchor Bay rooms). Ask for a picnic lunch, and with your small boat reach one of the 24 private beaches, where you will be the only audience of a heavenly location.
Numerous free activities are available: gym, catamaran tours, glass-bottom boat trips, small outboard hire, use of tennis courts day and night. It is possible to rent equipment for snorkeling and fishing (not deep sea), and take related courses, as well as nature walks, slide shows, picnics on the beaches. For a fee: massages and beauty treatments at the spa center The Pavillion, diving (there are no Open Water PADI courses) and snorkelling at the Great Barrier, deep sea fishing.
How to get there: flight from Cairns (about an hour, maximum baggage allowance 16 kg per person).
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