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4WD SAFARI IN THER CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA (2)

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duration: 20 Days

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ADELAJDA - BAROSSA VALLEY - MENGLER HILL - HAHNDORF - WYSPA KANGURA - STOKES BAY - GÓRY FLINDERSA - WILPENA POUND - SZLAK OODNADATTA - COOBERY PEDY - FINKE - ULURU - KATA TJUDA - KINGS CANYON - ALICE SPRINGS - SYDNEY - GÓRY BŁĘKITNE


 

DAY 1 Welcome to Australia
Evening landing in Adelaide, a private group transfer to the hotel for a well deserved break.


DAY 2
Late breakfast. Then we go on a tour of Adelaide. We will see the key facilities of the city - North Terrace, St. Catharines Cathedral. St. Peter's Square, Victoria Square. We also stop at Haigh's Chocolate Factory. One of the fascinating places where we can get acquainted with Australia's culinary preferences will be Adelaide Market, which is a food market full of local produce (if this day falls on a Sunday or Monday, the tour will take place on another day). Then we will go to Glenelg - a beach district where we can walk along the sunshine-lit coastline.Cola in the Polish House. Return to hotel and overnight.

DAY 3
Breakfast. Get off to the famous Barossa Valley region, where world-famous Australian wines are produced. On our way we will pass through Adelaide to the north. We will see how the landscape changes slowly as we approach the destination of our journey. Our first steps will be directed to the Visitor Center at the famous winery Jacob's Creek, winner of many wine prizes. We will have the opportunity to taste their famous products at specially prepared tastings, visit the nearby vineyards and wine regions and enjoy a morning tea overlooking the vast vineyards. We leave the vineyards of Jacob's Creek and drive to the Mengler Hill Lookout, which offers sweeping views of the valley and the Saltram Wine Estate in Angaston. We will have a 150 year history of this vineyard and will try some of the high-quality wines produced here. After a pleasant tasting of liquors, head to the South Australian Restaurant and Kitchen for a delicious lunch. Local products are served here, and the way they are made is specific to this region. We will have a delicious, 2-course lunch (including a large plate of specialties), and we will be able to sample the wines from the two boutique local vineyards.
In the afternoon we will pass through the picturesque hills of Adelaide Hills, where we will stop for a while at the Tree of Herbig Family in Springton. This hollow trunk served as a "home" to Friedrich and Caroline Herbig, and two of their 16 children until 1860. Then we will come to the town of Hahndorf (the oldest German settlement in the vicinity of Adelaide), where we will have the opportunity to choose between another wine tasting in a small RockBare wine cellar or spend some time exploring the main street of Hahndorf. We will find many shops and galleries full of local art, crafts, local delicacies, as well as pubs with German beer. Return to the hotel. Accommodation.

DAY 4
Breakfast. Departure to Kangaroo Island. We leave Adelaide heading for the McLaren Vale vineyards and the Fleurieu Peninsula hills to Cape Jervis. A modern and comfortable ferry will take you to Kangaroo Island. It has a view deck allowing you to admire the island's charms from the sea. Arrival to Penneshaw. We take a seat in the coach and we move into the island. Prospect Hill Lookout. We will start our adventure from walking along the isthmus connecting the Dudley Peninsula to the main part of the island. We will have a wonderful view of the north and south coasts of the island and the American River water reserve.
Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery. Transferred from generation to generation. The eucalyptus leaves obtained here are used for the production of medicines, soaps, body lotions and many other products. Then drive to Stokes Bay by North Coast Rd. Stokes Bay is an idyllic Australian beach where you can indulge in the pleasures of swimming, explore the rock pools or just relax by strolling along the sea shore. During the ride, we can see the koalas sitting on the roadside.
We will stay at the Flinders Chase Farm for the night. It is located on the edge of the National Park of the same name. After sunset, we host an Australian BBQ. After dinner, an overnight walk option to observe the nightlife of the area. Usually many large kangaroos visit the farm after dark ...

 

DAY 5
Another day on Kangaroo Island. Admire the sunrise colors at breakfast. After a meal we head for the National Park to discover the beauty of Remarkable Rocks, Cape De Couedic and Admirals Arch. The south coast, heavily weathered, and above all the strong Antarctic winds, has a very varied terrain. Their home was a colony of sea lions. Remarkable Rocks is one of the most spectacular examples of rock erosion in Australia. In Flinders Chase National Park we will have a picnic at lunchtime to recharge for further sightseeing. Hanson Bay Koala Sanctuary is a place where you can see koalas in their natural environment. In Seal Bay we will take a guided walk, a park guard, to the rare species of seals. We will hear and learn all about the habits and behavior of these animals.Transfer back to the Australian continent. Accommodation in Adelaide.

DAY 6
Breakfast. From Adelaide we head north to visit one of the oldest mountain ranges on Earth - Flinders Mountain. We will take a walk through the Alligator Gorge National Park, where we will be able to see the incredible views of the mountains and the Gulf of Spencer. In the meantime, lunch break. Then we take the picturesque Pichi Richi Pass to the historic town of Quorn, through which the route of the famous Ghan train once ran. As we roam the camels in the spirit of Afghan camels, we will take a trip around the ridge of these animals, then sit down for a nutritious dinner prepared on camp fire. Tonight we will join the Aboriginal elders to tell us about our history and culture. Time to develop sleeping bags and fall into a healthy dream under the night sky lit with millions of stars.

DAY 7
Breakfast. Today we will visit a site covered with Aboriginal art in the caves of Yourambulla, where the guide will familiarize us with the history of the Flinders Mountains. Then head to Wilpen Pound for a walk through the bush to see this amazing natural amphitheater, one of the unique wonders of the world. We have lunch in the heart of Wilpena Pound, and we set out on a breathtaking ride along the north side of Wilpena, to the famous Bunyeroo and Brachin Gorges, known as the "Hallways of Time". This wonderful experience will show us 130 million years of geological history of this area. Perhaps we can also see the endangered yellowstone mountain rock. Accommodation and dinner on the camping field.

DAY 8
Breakfast. We leave the magnificent rocky mountain scenery and set off further north, deeper in Outback. It's time to meet the famous Oodnadatta trail and follow the historic camel trail and the old Ghan railway. We continue north to Marree for lunch and to the center of Aboriginal Arabian, where we will see Aboriginal art and weapons, and we will talk to the tribal elders. Then we head to Eyre Lake where we reach the fence over the dingo. We take a dip in the water at Coward Springs and cool off with a cold beer at the real ale in the wilderness of William Creek, which is inhabited by just a few people! Accommodation and dinner on the camping field.

DAY 9
Breakfast. In the morning, we set off for Coober Pedy, the world's capital for opal mining. We will go down to the ground to visit one of the mines where we will try our luck in the search for fuel, and we will look at the techniques of extraction and cutting. We will also meet local residents living in homes built underground in one of the most dense places in the world. In the meantime, lunch break. In the afternoon, we set off for the Painted Desert and break camp in the beautiful hills of Arkaring. Accommodation and dinner in the camp.

DAY 10
After breakfast, we will take a look at the Pink Roadhouse Inn in Oodnadatta in the morning to have a good start to the day. In Oodnadatta is still operating first hospital Flying doctors. As we explore, we move north to the remote corner of South Australia, traversing the red dunes of the Simpson Desert. We will once again see wild camels, horses and dingo dogs. In between lunch break. At the end of the day we can swim and refresh in the desert oasis of Euring Waterhole, and if someone was too cold, there are also hot springs of Dalhousie. Then just a big bonfire, great food and a sleeping bag! Accommodation and dinner in the camp.

DAY 11
After breakfast, we drive north-west to the Aboriginal settlement Finke, from where we head to the so-called. The Lambert Center, which is the geographical center of the continent. We spend the rest of the day traversing the desert, because by evening we reach the majestic Uluru (Ayers Rock). In between lunch break. In the evening we camp, dinner, overnight.

DAY 12
Breakfast. This morning we will be rewarded with an unforgettable view of Uluru during the sunrise. We will recognize the cultural and spiritual significance of this great monolith for the culture of this Anungu people. We will take a walk around Uluru with a guide who will tell us about the traditional ways of gaining food, as well as the spiritual myths associated with this place. After traveling all 9 km of the route, we will go to the Cultural Center, where we will rest and listen to more interesting stories from the life of the Aborigines and see an exhibition of their art and everyday objects. In the meantime, lunch break. In the evening we will have another performance - this time we will see the changing colors of the great rock during the sunset. Overnight and dinner at the Yulara Camp Ground.

DAY 13
Early breakfast. At sunrise we set off for another holy place of the Anungu people. We climb among the spectacular canyons and amazing rock formations of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). We will learn about the edible plants growing in this place, and also we will be able to capture in the pictures some of the most magnificent views that the desert has to offer. After dinner we head for Watarrka National Park. We camp on the red sandy hills covered with majestic desert oaks. Accommodation and dinner in the camp.

DAY 14
Breakfast. Today is probably the most interesting walk on this expedition - thanks to the approximately 5 hours of walking we will know the beauty of Kings Canyon. We will reach places like Amphitheater or Lost City. If it is hot you can swim in the pond of the Garden of Eden. In the meantime, lunch break. We will spend the afternoon admiring the meteor crater Gosses Bluff. If time permits, we will also visit Hermannsburg and the Palm Valley. At the end of the day we will try to silence. This is the last evening together under the skies of the desert. Dinner and dinner in the camp.

DAY 15
Breakfast. Today we travel along the chain of the MacDonnell Mountains, stopping first at the Glen Helen Gorge and then at the Ormiston Gorge. Before going to Alice Springs in the late afternoon, we can still swim at Ellery Creek Big Hole or Simpson Gap. In the meantime, lunch break. In the evening we propose to go out to the city. Expeditions are conducted by experienced guides / drivers who know and understand Aboriginal culture. Accommodation in Alice Springs and overnight stay.

DAY 16
Breakfast. In the morning in Alice Springs we have free time - a chance to relax by the pool. Then transfer to the airport and depart for Sydney. Landing in Sydney. Welcome by Polish-speaking guide and transfer to the hotel. After accommodating in the hotel the opportunity to walk around the area, overnight.

DAY 17
After breakfast we start to explore the largest and most beautiful city of Australia. Darling Harbor, the fascinating Sydney Aquarium, the largest aquarium in Australia, where you can admire the colorful underwater world, walk through the monorail by the monorail just above the streets of the center and the Queen Victoria Building - are just some of the attractions that await us. We will dine at the Sydney Tower Restaurant at 305 m above the city streets. The tower rotates 360 degrees around its axis allowing you to observe the incredible views of every part of Sydney. In the evening free time to enjoy the nightlife in the nearby pubs for beer during "happy hour" or the possibility of walking around the center.

OPTIONAL (from $ 140)
In the evening, dinner on a boat cruising Sydney Harbor, Sydney's "by night" views from the water, panoramic views of the beautifully lit center and the Sydney Opera House, live music, dance shows and unlimited wine and beer during a 2 hour trip.

DAY 18
After breakfast, have a guided tour and walk through Hyde Park and then walk to the famous Circular Quay. We will visit the Sydney Opera House from the outside and then we will go to the Botanical Gardens, where we can relax in the subtropical vegetation. Dinner at the restaurant with beautiful views of Sydney Harbor. Then take a ferry to Manly Beach on the way while admiring the city built around a beautiful natural bay. In Manly Beach there is a chance to walk along this magnificent and famous beach, relax on warm soft sand, swim in the Pacific Ocean or surf the surf to try this Australian national sport. After resting on the beach we will head to North Heads from where we can admire the unique and breathtaking views of Sydney Harbor and the ocean coast. Then we visit the Q station, a historic quarantine facility for immigrants arriving in Australia, especially important at the beginning of the 20th century, when the flu epidemic in the world was raging. Drive to the hotel via the famous Harbor Bridge. In the evening, we recommend to visit Kings Cross, Sydney's Red Light District.

OPTIONAL ($ 210)
For adrenaline lovers, climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge, still the tallest steel arch bridge in the world, due to its shape called the "coat hanger". A 3.5 hour tour will lead us up to 134 meters, with the help of a special guide. From the top of the bridge we can admire the amazing 360 degree panoramic view of the city. This will definitely be an unforgettable experience and a "team building experience".

DAY 19
Breakfast. Take the bus to the Blue Mountains National Park. Their name comes from the evaporating eucalyptus oil, which creates a delicate blue mist over the mountains. On your way visit Homebush - the place to play the summer Olympics in 2000. Then drive through the park, where you can meet Australian animals: kangaroos, koalas, parrots, emu and wombats. Then drive to Katoomba - the center of the Blue Mountains. Dinner buffet. We will go to the viewpoint of Echo Point, from where you can see the rock formation of Three Sisters. Then we will take a glass cable car over the Jamison Valley to enjoy the magnificent views of the surrounding mountains. Return to the hotel. Free evening.


DAY 20
Breakfast. Transfer to the airport. Departure.

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