Discover Bespoke Destinations with Inspiring Journeys
Date 2 Sep. 2019
With each journey comes an opportunity to discover a destination and a little more about one’s self.
Delve into the soul of what makes each place special – the sights, sounds, smells and tastes that set one location apart from another rand fixes them in our memory forever. Our Inspiring Journeys scratch beneath the surface, sharing not only iconic destinations, but special places that few have had an opportunity to encounter without the guiding hand of an expert.
Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), Northern Territory
Witness the iconic sunrise over the 36 mystical domes of the Kata Tjuta formation and watch them glow as they change colour with the surrounding landscape. Hike around the soaring rock domes and learn about the Traditional Owners of this land, the Anangu, who have lived in the region for tens of thousands of years.
Witness this on our ‘Outback Australia: The Colour of Red’
Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand South Island
Uncover the extraordinary Franz Josef Glacier, a local guide, who’ll explain the history behind Franz Josef Glacier.
Discover this on our ‘The Southern Drift’
Great Barrier Reef, Queensland
Go beyond the ‘great’ and into an underwater wonderland – cruise to discover the magic of the Great Barrier Reef, where you have a unique opportunity to soak up the pristine natural setting before you. Snorkel past iridescent coral formations and colourful marine-life – an undersea treasure-trove as far as the eye can see.
Uncover the Great Barrier Reef on our ‘Inspiring Australia’
Rottnest Island, Western Australia
Board your ferry for the short crossing to magnificent Rottnest Island. The sandy beaches, abundant marine life and friendly wildlife on Rottnest will delight you.
Get up close to the world’s happiest animal on our ‘A Journey to the West’
Footwhistle Cave, New Zealand North Island
Explore the iridescent Waitomo Caves on an exclusive five-star Eco Glowworm experience with a Local Expert.
Experience this on our ‘The Endless Shores
Bay of Fires, Tasmania
This walk is a genuine cultural experience that will deepen your understanding of palawa (a Tasmanian Aboriginal ‘clan’) culture and community history as well as immerse you in the natural, rugged beauty of wukalina and larapuna.
Emabark on the wukalina walk on our ‘Tasmania’s Footsteps & Trails’