domingo, 19 de abril de 2015

Exclusive Trip to Australia

Australia Travel has designed this special outing, with services and exclusive services to discover this wonderful destination with the convenience of taking private transfers, excursions in small groups, daily breakfast, lunch largely excursions and dinner at the famous board Melbourne Colonial Tramcar Restaurant and dinner at The Eye restaurant in Sydney.


The city center is known for its historic charm with streets and galleries (the most notable are Block Place and Royal Arcade) which contain a variety of shops and cafes. Melbourne's CBD, compared with other Australian cities without self limits height restrictions and contains five of the six tallest buildings in Australia, the tallest of these is the Eureka Tower. 

The CBD and surrounding areas also contain many significant historic buildings such as the Royal Exhibition Building, the Melbourne Town Hall and Parliament. 

Melbourne is one of the typical capital cities of Australia in that after the turn of the twentieth century, extended with the notion of an "A quarter acre of home, garden and pool" for each family, known locally as the Australian dream, is currently the largest city in Australia and the fifth largest in the world second only to the area of ​​New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Tokyo and Phoenix.

Breakfast. Morning private city tour where we visit the old Customs House, Flagstaff Gardens, Victoria Market and Captain Cook Shack. We will have the opportunity to climb the Eureka Tower, skyscrapers 297.3 m at Skydeck 88, located on the 88th floor elevator in just 44 seconds, where we have a view of the city of Melbourne.

In the evening enjoy dinner aboard the Melbourne Colonial Tramcar Restaurant, walk through the streets of the city and south of Melbourne, St Kilda, Prahran and Malvern with privacy assured thanks to the one-way windows. 

The restaurant on wheels Melbourne is painted with a distinctive bright burgundy color and is specially equipped with velvet and brass, as the luxurious Pullman style European trains of the past. Return to hotel included.

Breakfast. Full day excursion by Ocean Road (Great Ocean Road). Melbourne output by the Westgate Bridge. Through the Great Ocean Road, enjoy spectacular views of the cliffs and beaches. Lunch at Apollo Bay. Continue to the "Twelve Apostles" and Loch Ard Gorge. Return to Melbourne. Accommodation.

Breakfast and when indicated, airport transfer. Arrival in Adelaide, airport assistance and transfer to your hotel.

 Adelaide / Kangaroo Island

4x4 excursion with guide in Castilian on Kangaroo Island.

Breakfast. Early in the morning, drive to Cape Jervis to board Kangaroo Island ferry destination. Your experience begins (guided tour in Castilian) exploring the different habitats of the island as well as the flora and fauna in their natural environment, since Kangaroo Island is home to some 250 species of birds, echidnas, kangaroos, reptiles and flowers wild. In the spectacular Seal Bay may walk the beach next to the largest colony of sea lions in Australia. After lunch (included), will continue into the interior of the island to reach the spectacular beaches of the north coast. At dusk you can see how the kangaroos come out of the forest.

 Kangaroo Island / Adelaide

Breakfast. Departure to the Flinders Chase National Park, one of the oldest and largest in Australia where you can see close kangaroos, wallabies, a variety of birds and seals at Cape du Couedic. Drive along the coast of the park to admire the views of the Remarkable Rocks and Admiral's Arch. Lunch included. During the day will see koalas in the treetops. Ask for special permission to enter the Kelly Hill Conservation Park to see kangaroos and other wildlife in the wild. Continue to Point Ellen at Vivonne Bay, voted one of the best beaches in Australia. The tour ends at the airport for the flight back to Adelaide, arrival and transfer to your hotel.

 Adelaide -Cairns.

Breakfast. When I agreed transfer to airport to take the flight to Cairns. Arrival and transfer to hotel.

The city is named after William Wellington Cairns (former Governor of Queensland). It was formed to serve miners went towards the gold mine Hodgkinson River, but suffered a setback in its development by the discovery of an easier route for Port Douglas. Cairns has used its natural environment as an advantage, with the construction of several small theme parks for tourists. Among them are the Rainforestation Nature Park, Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park and the cable car to Kuranda, which stretches 7.5 km above the Wet Tropics of Queensland.

Breakfast. Catamaran tour (maximum 25 people) Full day Great Barrier Reef and visit Grean Island, the world's largest coral reef, located in the Coral Sea, with 2600 Km in length and can be distinguished from the space and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1981. During the tour you will have the opportunity to snorkel to enjoy the marine life and the reef, lunch included.

Breakfast and departure to the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural where we see the descendants of the oldest living culture in the world in the foothills of the Barron Gorge Rainforest for a full day of interactive fun shows, activities and demonstrations, lunch included (Boomerang Restaurant).

We will continue our trip to Kuranda, accessed from the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, cable car invites you on a fascinating journey on the pristine rainforest north of Cairns Heritage Site. Glass cabins carrying up to six people on the tops of the trees, above the Barron Gorge and inside the jungle. The Skyrail travels about 7.5 miles away.

Reach the village of Kuranda, known for the many markets where you could find almost everything from produce grown in Kuranda to delicate craftsmanship, didgeridoos and boomerangs, etc.

Output Kuranda Scenic Railway- in Heritage Class, ride that combines the wonders of nature with human achievement, providing a route with beautiful scenery besides being an educational adventure. Along the way a recording describes the difficulties faced pioneers for the duration of the construction of this railway.


Breakfast. When I agreed to transfer to the airport for departure to Ayers Rock. Arrival and transfer to hotel.

The Ayers Rock, is a sacred place for the natives of the place, as they feel it is the site of origin of all they know. The first time I saw the white man came Uluru 1873. explorer William Gosse, discovered the mound that rises in the middle of the desert plain and named it Ayers Rock in honor of Henry Ayers (Australian Prime Minister that then).

In the afternoon transfer to Sunset Point to enjoy a fascinating sunset over Uluru rock, accompanied by sparkling wine.

Sidney Ayers Rock

Breakfast. By early morning, enjoy a sunrise over Uluru Rock, 348 meters high. Later visit to the base of the sacred rock of Uluru, 9 kms in circumference to appreciate Aboriginal paintings that tell fascinating legends about the place and flight to Sydney. Arrival and transfer to hotel housekeeper.

Sidney, one of the largest ports in the South Pacific. As the largest city of Australia, plays an important role as a financial and commercial center. Sidney is a wonderful human chimera of races and cultures, sounds and smells pleasantly mobilizing the senses of the traveler. The safety and comfort of the infrastructure of the city and the friendliness of its inhabitants, besides the crucible of choices for all tastes, make this destination a perfect place for travelers. Arrival and transfer to hotel.


Breakfast. Today they made half day visit to the city touring "The Rocks", the colorful district of Kings Cross and the famous Bondi Beach. At noon we will enjoy an exclusive cruise (Sydney 2000), by the Sydney Harbour with lunch that we can enjoy spectacular views of the Opera House, the famous Bay Bridge and Fort Denison.

Breakfast at the hotel and departure for a full day excursion to the Blue Mountains. Peaks of almost 2,000 meters high, paintings of ancient humans, the rail world's steepest railway, a blue mist covering the treetops, among other peculiarities are those held by the Blue Mountains located just 50 kilometers to west of the city of Sydney in Australia. 

Because of the importance of their surviving eucalyptus forests and wildlife from the release of Gondwana, part of the Blue Mountains have been declared World Heritage by UNESCO, the tour includes a visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park where we will have the opportunity to learn about Australian wildlife, visit the Blue Mountains Scenic Scender and Scenic Railway. Return to hotel in Sydney and accommodation (including lunch). Farewell dinner at The Eye restaurant.

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