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Australia and Oceania Tour Packages

Australia and Oceania Tour Packages

There is no other part of the world that says island vacation like Oceania. Think of it as a larger scale Venice, but instead of having buildings separated by water, you have nations. Among Oceania's nations, Australia stands out as the biggest and most varied in landscapes, weather and even culture. Australia is the 6th biggest country in the world and occupies the entire Australian continent. It is situated just under the equator, making most of its north a year round summer-zone, while the south even experiences snow in winter. There are over a dozen UNESCO natural sights in Australia, other than the usual attractions of wilderness and wildlife. Australia also offers quite the cosmopolitan lifestyle in its major coastal cities, which rank among the best developed in the world.
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Lorella Springs Wilderness Adventure
Enjoy an eco-friendly adventure, a bird and animal watching, remote trekking, hot water springs and safari style camping during this one week tour in Australia.

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AUD 3450 / Per person
Wildlife Viewing
Hiking & Trekking
Duration: 7 days
Season: May - September
Australia

12 Day Adventure Tour to New Zealand
Connection with the Natural World is an integral part of the process of rejuvenation and New Zealand offers the perfect environment to foster awakening and personal growth.

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NZD 4240 - 5405 / Per person
Boating and Sailing
Duration: 12 days
Season: September
New Zealand

Perth Eco Beach Lodge
One of the world’s most remarkable destinations, this Eco retreat, set amid pristine and untouched landscape, offers guests a perfect blend of beach and bush with the comfort of a top class resort.

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AUD 165 - 1000 / Per day
Eco lodges
Australia

11 Day Cruise Tour, New Zealand
Have an 11-day spiritual tour to New Zealand. Our tours give you the space to clear your mind and become absorbed in your natural surroundings.

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NZD 4750 - 5860 / Per person
Boating and Sailing
Duration: 11 days
Season: December
New Zealand

South Island Tour, New Zealand
This trip includes all the highlights of the South Island, as well as some lesser known secret spots!

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NZD 3950 - 4350 / Per person
Island Vacation
National Parks
Duration: 11 days
Season: October - April
New Zealand

North Island Tour, New Zealand
The North Island Top 2 Bottom is the best value North Island trip available in New Zealand!

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NZD 3950 - 4350 / Per person
Island Vacation
National Parks
Duration: 11 days
Season: October - April
New Zealand

Melanesia Islands Vacation
Discover isolated islands and remote communities as we sail the turquoise waters of Melanesia. Ports of entry include Honiara, San Jorge, Santa Isabel, Malaita, Makira, and many others.

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USD 5995 - 9995 / Per person
Island Vacation
Duration: 5 - 14 days
Season: October - November
Solomon Island
Vanuatu

Melanesia Islands Tour
Uncover the hidden gems of Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands on this 14 day voyage of discovery.

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USD 6995 - 11500 / Per person
Island Vacation
Duration: 14 days
Season: October
Papua New Guinea
Solomon Island

Subantarctic Islands: Forgotten Islands of the South Pacific
Visit the New Zealand Subantarctic Islands, recognized as one of the world's greatest biodiversity hotspots and renowned for mega herb floral diversity.

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USD 4300 - 6600 / Per person
Island Vacation
Marine Biology
Duration: 8 days
Season: December - January
New Zealand

Vacation in Palau, Snorkeling Tour in Yap
Palau is one of the most aesthetic archipelagos imaginable, home to some of the greatest amount of marine biological diversity on Earth! It's the perfect destination for snorkeling enthusiasts.

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USD 6990 - 7740 / Per person
Snorkeling
Island Vacation
Duration: 12 days
Season: March - April
Palau

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Australia and Oceania Travel Stories
Paddling In Paradise
"Sea Kayaking in Tonga with a Canadian couple based at Waitati (Otago) becomes a treasured winter break for a Kiwi from Christchurch." On day one I explore the main town of Vava'u, Neiafu, home to most of the island group's 20,000 locals. There are a dozen or so yachts in the Port of Refuge, one of the best harbours in the Pacific,... read more...

The Tongan Cowboy
Adventurer, sea kayaker and environmentalist Doug Spence and his partner-wife Sharon discovered the Vava'u Islands in the Kingdom of Tonga while on a sea kayaking expedition several years ago. Today they spend half their time in the island group operating their Friendly Islands Kayak Company - introducing other adventurers to the joys of... read more...

A kayaking adventure around Auckland
Two bright magenta sea kayaks are waiting on the little golden beach next to Devonport. We'll certainly be visible on the sea! The harbour is an amazing emerald green, and liquorice allsorts houses glow brightly in the warm evening. It's in a moment of peace, before my swarthy guide, Jamie, from The Little Adventure Company,... read more...

Stalking the Large Trout of Australia
Tasmania the southern most island state of Australia is the premiere fly fishing destination. There are several features that make the trout fishing in Tasmania a unique fly fishing experience. Above all else is the tremendous stalking and sight fishing that's available on many of the Central Highland Lakes. All trout in Tasmania are... read more...

New Zealand Nature Safaris
"I love the Nature Safari outlook on life - very outgoing, making great fun even in extreme conditions ." I rekindled my love and enthusiasm for the mountains and valleys of New Zealand last summer. It came so unexpectedly too. All through joining a 10-day Nelson to Queenstown. New Zealand Nature Safaris turned out to be more... read more...

Paddling Fiji's Kadavu Island
Rationally, I knew cannibals no longer waged brutal, blood-thirsty warfare in these parts. Still, I experienced a brief flicker of doubt as we were escorted into the presence of a rather sinister-looking chief in a remote village called Ravitaki on one of the less-traveled of the Fiji archipelago's 350 inhabited islands. Sure, the natives at the Sheraton on the main island were friendly, but who... read more...

Lasting Impressions
A private visit to the Australian Outback with AndrГ© Vogel of Colonial Pacific. There was a shout of surprised excitement as my four guests looked down from the twin engined Piper Navajo to the dusty little airstrip below. I had been pointing out the homestead of the Australian Outback cattle station, our overnight stop, when six or seven wild camels - bulls, cows and a couple of calves - had... read more...

Walking and Kayaking in New Zealand's Abel Tasman National Park
Near the water's edge, some small irregularity in the smooth surface had caught the eye of our trekking guide. bending down, he scraped away wet, golden sand with the tip of a finger. There was a sudden glint of green. John Glasgow's find was a rare fragment of polished pounamu, the greenstone or nephrite so prized by the Maoris.... read more...