Adelaide is generally known to be a place of Churches but there is more to the place and you can take pleasure in the city’s spirited blend of lush green parklands, colonial grandeur, libraries and museums and a lot more. With this Best of North and South Australia 7 Nights and 8 Days Tour Package, start exploring by visiting the St. Peter’s Cathedral, Adelaide Oval and the city’s oldest church that is the Trinity Church. You can make a visit to the Kangaroo Island and enjoy your encounter with some of Australia’s native animals like the koalas, echidnas, and kangaroos.
As soon as you reach at the airport in Adelaide- South Australia's capital, you will be warmly greeted by our staff representative who will then guide you to your place of stay.Upon successfully checking in to the hotel, you can spend the day at leisure or entirely on your own to gear up for the tour. Have an amazing dinner at the hotel followed by a good night’s sleep.
After having a mouth watering breakfast meal, set off to tour the striking city of Adelaide. Start off by visiting the famous Victoria Square, which comprises of some of the most important structures of the region. Walk past the Federal Court of Australia, the Supreme Court of South Australia and the popular church of St. Francis Xavier. Then, head to Cosmopolitan where you will find some amazing restaurants and bars which is a great way to explore the city.Later in the day, you will be visiting some of the significant places like the Parliament House, St. Peter’s Cathedral, Adelaide Oval and the city’s oldest church – Trinity Church.Enjoy a factory tour and get some insights about chocolate manufacturing and have fun during the chocolate tasting sessions of some of the finest milk and dark chocolate.Then, return to your hotel to have dinner followed by an overnight stay.
After having a scrumptious breakfast meal, set off for a tour to the Kangaroo Island. The incredible sea link will guide you through to ensure that you have an excellent experience.Take plunge in a guided walk on the beach followed by visiting the National Parks Ranger where you will be sighting some rare and wild Australian Sea Lions.
Next, proceed to Vivonne Bay Bistro and take part in a mouth-watering two-course lunch before heading out to the Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary where you will get to see koalas relaxing on trees. In the afternoon, visit the Flinders Chase National Park which houses some of the great native Australian animals like kangaroos and echidnas among many others.
You will definitely enjoy taking a tour of the park that will take you through the craggy southern coastline for a walk on Admirals Arch and Remarkable Rocks which makes for an excellent photography spot.Return back to your hotel to have dinner followed by an overnight stay.
Upon arrival at the Alice Springs Airport, you will get transferred to your hotel. After safely checking-in, take some rest and relax for the day. In the afternoon, tour the sights of 'The Alice' including The School of the Air and get to learn how the children who cannot access schools are educated via radio. Next, stop by at the significant Telegraph Station which marks the original site of the first European settlement in Alice Springs. Then, visit the Royal Flying Doctors Service wherein you will get to see how medical aid reaches those who live in the remote areas.
Also, make a stop at the Alice Springs Reptile Centre where you will get to observe some lizards and snakes of Central Australia's semi-arid desert, such as the Perentie Lizard and the Thorny Devil. The tour finally concludes with a picturesque view of the township of Alice Springs and the MacDonnell Ranges from the top of Anzac Hill. Afterwards, you can return to your hotel to have dinner followed by an overnight stay.
After having a scrumptious breakfast meal, you can join the full day seat in coach West MacDonald ranges tour which includes minor walking through rough terrains.Your first stop will be Angkerle (Standley Chasm). Here, you may take a walk along the stony watercourse which is known to attract a wide variety of wildlife and birds. Your next stop will be Ellery Creek Big Hole, which is a magnificent watercourse. After this, you will visit the Ochre Pits to sight the natural ochres in the cliff face that have offered a number of materials for indigenous people for many years. Upon reaching Ormiston Gorge, you will get captured by the jagged panorama which has a permanent waterhole in the neighborhood which attracts a number of water birds and fish. In the afternoon, have lunch at Glen Helen Gorge and then your final stop will be Simpson Gap which is one of the best destinations in the ranges. Later on, return to your hotel to have dinner followed by an overnight stay.
Alice Springs - Ayers RoAfter having a scrumptious breakfast, check-out out of the hotel and travel south through the MacDonnell and James Ranges followed by a visit to the camel farm where you can enjoy a short camel ride at your own expense. Later, have lunch at Mount Ebenezer and head to majestic Atila (Mt. Conner) before returning to your hotel. Later on, take part in the Uluru Sunset Tour which will transfer you to Field of Light Self Guided Tour. Return to your hotel to have dinner followed by an overnight stay.
Today, spend the entire day at Watarraka National Park but go prepared, you must carry with yourself 3 liters of water. Have breakfast on the way at Kings Creek Station. Then, make the rocky climb to the rim of the canyon for sighting picturesque views of the Watarraka National Park. If time permits, you can also descend into the green oasis of the 'Garden of Eden' and take walks. Then in the afternoon, take lunch and after some time return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
This day will mark the end of the tour as today; the tour will come to an end. After having a scrumptious breakfast meal, you will be transferred to the airport in a private cab by our tour representative.