Day Tours, Half Day Tours, Multi Day Tours. Where to start? And what tour do you choose so you know you are on the ‘better’ tour?
To take the confusion out of choosing Tours, get a large piece of paper and write out each area, such as Sydney, Cairns Barrier Reef, Melbourne, Kangaroo Island, for instance.
If you have 3 days in Sydney, block in a Half Day Tour on arrival. How about a Sydney Harbour Cruise? On Day 2, write in a morning Bridge Climb Tour of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. In the afternoon on Day 2, write in a Sydney Sailing Trip. On Day 3, choose from the Blue Mountains or Bondi Beach.
You now have Sydney ready to go. Go towww.Australian.comand click on Tours and you’ll see Sydney. You can now choose your tours, book online, and you’re in great shape!
Repeat this for Cairns Barrier Reef. Be sure to include the Full Day Tour on a Reef Trip, and book easily online a Half Day Hot Air Balloon, or Rafting on the Tully River.
Multi Day Tours are available on the Reef in the Whitsundays. You can sleep onboard a sailing boat and have the most time to snorkel and dive. Even if you do not wish to get in the water, the cruises are available with glass bottom boats and ample beach time to just relax.
Full Day trips to the Daintree Rainforest from Cairns are a must and you should always book this ahead online atwww.Australian.com Easy to book, immediate confirmation, and at the best prices.
Kangaroo Island has a few options and you will fly into Adelaide before flying on to K.I. as the locals call it. Your best option is to not self drive on Kangaroo Island and to join any one of the Day Trips that you can book online atwww.Australian.com.The 4 Wheel Drive guides will pick you up at your hotel, and drop you back after seeing all of the wildlife in the wild.