Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Tour of the Week – 1 Day Kangaroo Island Tour $249


With its pristine beaches, lush greenery, and array of native animal life, Kangaroo Island is probably one of the most picturesque spots you can visit in Australia. There are so many opportunities to get up close and personal with nature and see a variety of cute critters in their natural habitats.

With our Kangaroo Island tour from Adelaide, you’ll have the chance to explore the amazing scenery for yourself and learn more about the conservation efforts that go into keeping the island as beautiful as it is.

If you want to see Australian favourites like kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, and echidnas, Kangaroo Island is definitely the place to go, and we’ll show you all the best spots on this memorable tour.

The Fleurieu Peninsula

On the way to Kangaroo Island, we pass through the incredible Fleurieu Peninsula, which boasts incredibly blue waters and a paradise backdrop. As we sail past Backstairs Passage, you’ll get to see the impossibly white sands of Penneshaw draw nearer.

Wild Seal Encounters
Kangaroo Island is known for its wild Australian Sea Lions that bask on Seal Bay. You’ll have the chance to walk amongst these fascinating creatures and learn more about their lifestyles.



Aussie-style Lunch

We’ll break for lunch in true Aussie style against the beautiful backdrop of the island. While you’re tucking into lunch, keep your eyes open for koalas and echidnas.

Flinders Chase National Park

Flinders Chase National Park boasts some of the best scenery on Kangaroo Island. Packed full of vibrant flowers, un-spoilt wilderness, and an eclectic mix of wildlife, you’ll be able to take a stroll along the natural trails and take in the surreal formations at Remarkable Rocks. Remember to pack a camera, so you have memories of the mesmerizing landscape for years to come.

Admirals Arch

After seeing the Remarkable Rocks, we’ll head on to Admirals Arch, where you’ll be able to
catch a glimpse of New Zealand Fur Seals as they laze about in the sunshine. There are also plenty of sea bird species to spot in this area, as well as beautiful sea views to enjoy.

After seeing all these amazing sights, we’ll make our way back to Penneshaw and board the boat back to Cape Jervis, soaking up the scenery as we go. We’ll sail back past Backstairs Passage and through the breath-taking scenery of the Fleurieu Peninsula. Then it’s back to Adelaide, where your trip to paradise finishes.


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