Adelaide and Kangaroo Island Tours
|Duration||2 Day/ 1 Night|
|Meals||All Meals Included|
|Group Size||Maximum of 21 People|
|Accommodation||Included Accommodation In A Classical Australian Farm House|
Experience the uniqueness of one of Australia's largest Islands - Kangaroo Island. Kangaroo Island is home to diverse species of wildlife, including Kangaroos, Koalas, Platypus, seals and sea lions. You will be able to learn about and discover each of these different creatures in their natural habitats.
The tour will also allow you to trek through the stunning Flinders Chase National Park, have your breath taken away at the sight of the unique shapes of the Remarkable Rocks and admire the breaking waves from Admirals Arch lookout. You will get a true taste of Australia's natural beauty as you quad-bike through the country side, hike through the national park and relax by the camp fire at night.
Day One - You will be picked up from Adelaide and the tour will continue on towards Kangaroo Island via the Fleurieu Peninsula, which is known for it's beautiful coastal views. We will arrive at Cape Jervis, ready to jump onto the ferry to travel across the Backstairs Passage to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island. After arriving on the island you will be able to admire the panoramic views of the Island and Ocean from Prospect Hill.
You will be able to choose from a number of activities in the afternoon, including, an up close encounter with sea lions at Seal Bay, Kayaking down Harriet River, snorkelling and swimming at the North Coast beaches and at sunset, optional quad biking around the Island.
Night One - Accommodation will be in a classical Australian farm house, surrounded by Koala's, Possums and Kangaroos. Following a delicious Aussie feast for dinner, you will be invited to spend the night relaxing around the camp fire, telling stories, spotting Koala's and Possums waking up for their breakfast and learn to play the Didgeridoo. Sleeping will be in comfortable bunk beds with all bedding provided.
Day Two - The next morning, we will explore the famous Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch, where you can also observe a colony of New Zealand Fur Seals. You will also have time to explore the various hiking tracks located in the Flinders Chase National Park, where we sometimes discover the elusive platypus as well as lots of other native Australian wildlife, hidden among the untouched wilderness. At the end of the day we will make our way back to Penneshaw to catch the ferry to Cape Jervis, before driving back into Adelaide and arriving around 8:30pm.
Departure Time: 6am from Adelaide & Glenelg accommodation every Wednesday and Saturday - Daily Departures from November to April.