A Bespoke Holiday in Australia is Fantastic for the Solo Traveller!
Australia or Down Under as locals call it is an amazing land. Packed full of history, tropical islands, coral reefs, national parks, wildlife, rainforests, and its own unique culture, Australia is a big land with a big story and one that begs to be visited. Australia’s Aboriginal people are one of the oldest on the planet. Given its size, however, where to go and what to see?
These days, tour operators try and help you put together your itinerary for a visit to Australia. This way, you won’t miss anything that you would have probably really liked, and best of all you get to know local rather than tourist Australia.
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So with this in mind, let’s look at some trips. The great thing about using a bespoke Australian tour operator is that they put holidays together that are suitable for solo, couples, friends, and families.
Trips are often put together for what you want to do and see. This breaks down into three categories:
– Laidback Aussie style.
– Active, think cycling and water sports.
– Adventurous, think camping under the stars.
– Trips tend to range between 3 to 5 weeks so you won’t miss a thing.
For the Solo Traveller
As a solo traveller, you are in for a treat. Your tour based in Queensland will bring you face to face with Earth’s oldest culture, the Kuku Yalarji people. You will have your own guide and you will feel warm and welcomed by the Kuku Yalarji people.
They will teach you to throw a boomerang and a spear and you will discover nature’s medicine and have fantastic bush tucker (food).
Once done, you’ll hit the Blue Mountains with a new guide and a fresh view of Down Under. Tours of this part of Australia are limited to five people and the vehicle will take you where normal cars can’t reach.
The Blue Mountains National Park is home to 92 species of eucalyptus trees. Did you know they give off a blue haze which is how the mountain got it’s name? One of the great opportunities when visiting the Blue Mountains is that you get to walk through a rainforest where you’ll savour waterfalls and cliffs.
It is not all nature orientated, however, as the town of Leura is home to great places to eat. You can also pick your mode of travel: The world’s steepest railway or cable car.
Litchfield National Park
If that wasn’t good then visiting the iconic Top End of the country is something you’ll never forget. You’ll travel in a small group to the Litchfield National Park. Your guide is an indigenous Australian who will bring the whole place to life providing insightful and engaging context.
One of the amazing things about the Australian landscape is how diverse it is. You’ll experience stunning waterfalls, and pristine rainforests, and get to have tucker (lunch) dining on kangaroo and crocodile, and wild barramundi.
Australia is an amazing country and one you should experience at your earliest opportunity. Be sure to go to the places you want to go and do the things you want to do. It may be the best visit you’ve ever had.
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