Oceania

Island, country, continent… Australia and New Zealand are big enough a marvel whichever way you choose to look at it. The essence of the place is the exotic diversity in geography: deserts, coral reefs, tall forests, snow-cloaked mountains and the multicultural melting-pot cities.

 

Cities here are a lot of fun, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth or the sun-kissed Harbor City, is a glamorous collusion of beaches, boutiques and bars. If you're looking for contrast, the tropical northern frontier town of Darwin and chilly southern sandstone city of Hobart couldn't be more different. But whichever city you're wheeling into, you'll never go wanting for a decent coffee, a great meal, Aussie beer, live bands, art-gallery openings or music festival mosh-pits. Australia is tailor made for the aimless vagabond. The national parks and secluded corners rich with Aboriginal culture tucked away far from civilization are custom-made for down-the-dirt-road camping trips. So embrace the inner road warrior in you, Get your motor running and head out on the highway with kangaroos keeping you company. Befriend the aboriginal people, discover an ancient way of life and learn from them the secret to make a boomerang!  Wear you cowhide leather hat and get ready to discover the mean crocodiles at Steve Irwin’s Crocodile Park or take a helicopter ride to see the magnificent 12 apostles of Victoria. Try your hand at wind surfing and surfing in the beaches of Western Australia. Interact with the cute teddy bear like Koalas in the Cohunu Koala Park. Take a romantic evening cruise along the Darling River and watch the lights show of the beautiful Opera House in Sydney. Jump into the waters of the Great Barrier Reef, home to the world’s busiest and most varied marine habitats and pose for underwater photos with your loved ones. Experience driving nirvana with a stunning drive across the stretch of coastline running between Melbourne and Adelaide. Don’t miss the iconic sights of Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon in the Australian Heartland. Get away from the hustle and bustle of city life with a trek into the mighty Blue Mountains. 

 

Australia is just one half of the wonder that is the Oceania region, New Zealand is one of the most picturesque locations of the planet. We are all familiar with the outrageously photogenic landscapes, otherworldly peaks and valleys of New Zealand that were portrayed as Middle Earth in the Lord of the Rings series. Apart from the mind blowing natural beauty, the islands’ rich Maori culture, passion for rugby, sheep outnumbering people and warmth of the kiwi people create a country that defies even the most imaginative adventurers’ expectations. Get adrenalines rushing through your veins by bungee jumping, black-water rafting and zorbing from some of the most picturesque locations on the planet in New Zealand before embarking on the most beautiful ferry ride in the world. The three hour journey between Wellington and Picton is one of New Zealand's most iconic tourist experiences and acknowledged as one of the most spectacular cruises in the world. Walk the famous Routeburn Track, one of the most beautiful places on the planet. Swim with dolphins in the deep waters where there is a mixing of warm and cold currents off Kaikoura in South Island or soak and surf at the Coromandel Peninsula.

 

 As successfully portrayed in the popular TV Show, Master Chef Australia, food is a integral part of the Oceania region. The wide variety in sea food, poultry and vegetarian cuisines would whet anybody’s appetite. Travel through the Oceania region; experience an Island, a country and a continent…..

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NEW ZEALAND

 

NEW ZEALAND - 10 Days 9 Nights

 

 

DAY 1: ARRIVE CHRISTCHURCH

 

Upon arrival, you will be met by our representatives and transferred to the hotel.

CHRISTCHURCH - the Garden City, lies on the level plains that initially attracted the closely knit Church of England settlers that settled the area. The largest of the South Island cities, Christchurch retains something of the English nature of its origins - the willow and oak-lined River Avon and clustered mediaeval stone buildings.

 

 

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Island, country, continent… Australia and New Zealand are big enough a marvel whichever way you choose to look at it. The essence of the place is the exotic diversity in geography: deserts, coral reefs, tall forests, snow-cloaked mountains and the multicultural melting-pot cities.

 

Cities here are a lot of fun, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth or the sun-kissed Harbor City, is a glamorous collusion of beaches, boutiques and bars. If you're looking for contrast, the tropical northern frontier town of Darwin and chilly southern sandstone city of Hobart couldn't be more different. But whichever city you're wheeling into, you'll never go wanting for a decent coffee, a great meal, Aussie beer, live bands, art-gallery openings or music festival mosh-pits. Australia is tailor made for the aimless vagabond. The national parks and secluded corners rich with Aboriginal culture tucked away far from civilization are custom-made for down-the-dirt-road camping trips. So embrace the inner road warrior in you, Get your motor running and head out on the highway with kangaroos keeping you company. Befriend the aboriginal people, discover an ancient way of life and learn from them the secret to make a boomerang!  Wear you cowhide leather hat and get ready to discover the mean crocodiles at Steve Irwin’s Crocodile Park or take a helicopter ride to see the magnificent 12 apostles of Victoria. Try your hand at wind surfing and surfing in the beaches of Western Australia. Interact with the cute teddy bear like Koalas in the Cohunu Koala Park. Take a romantic evening cruise along the Darling River and watch the lights show of the beautiful Opera House in Sydney. Jump into the waters of the Great Barrier Reef, home to the world’s busiest and most varied marine habitats and pose for underwater photos with your loved ones. Experience driving nirvana with a stunning drive across the stretch of coastline running between Melbourne and Adelaide. Don’t miss the iconic sights of Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon in the Australian Heartland. Get away from the hustle and bustle of city life with a trek into the mighty Blue Mountains. 

 

Australia is just one half of the wonder that is the Oceania region, New Zealand is one of the most picturesque locations of the planet. We are all familiar with the outrageously photogenic landscapes, otherworldly peaks and valleys of New Zealand that were portrayed as Middle Earth in the Lord of the Rings series. Apart from the mind blowing natural beauty, the islands’ rich Maori culture, passion for rugby, sheep outnumbering people and warmth of the kiwi people create a country that defies even the most imaginative adventurers’ expectations. Get adrenalines rushing through your veins by bungee jumping, black-water rafting and zorbing from some of the most picturesque locations on the planet in New Zealand before embarking on the most beautiful ferry ride in the world. The three hour journey between Wellington and Picton is one of New Zealand's most iconic tourist experiences and acknowledged as one of the most spectacular cruises in the world. Walk the famous Routeburn Track, one of the most beautiful places on the planet. Swim with dolphins in the deep waters where there is a mixing of warm and cold currents off Kaikoura in South Island or soak and surf at the Coromandel Peninsula.

 

 As successfully portrayed in the popular TV Show, Master Chef Australia, food is a integral part of the Oceania region. The wide variety in sea food, poultry and vegetarian cuisines would whet anybody’s appetite. Travel through the Oceania region; experience an Island, a country and a continent…..

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  NEW ZEALAND - 10 Days 9 Nights     DAY 1: ARRIVE CHRISTCHURCH   Upon arrival, you will be met by our representatives and transferred to the hotel. CHRISTCHURCH - the Garden City, lies on the...
  AUSTRALIA (Gold Coast, Cairns & Sydney)     Day-1 Arrive Brisbane – Onto Gold Coast   On arrival at Brisbane, our representative will meet you and assist with your transfer to the hotel...
  AUSTRALIA (Melbourne and Adelaide)   Day 1 ARRIVE MELBOURNE  On arrival at Melbourne, our representative will meet you and assist with your transfer to the hotel. In the evening transfer to...