Ultimative Australien Abenteuerreise Australien

Ultimative Australien Abenteuerreise

  • Entdecke das unvergleichliche Down Under vom Roten Zentrum bis zur Ostküste
  • Allrad-Safari auf Fraser Island
  • Sonnenauf- und -untergang am Uluru
  • Segeltörn zu den Whitsunday Islands
  • Zwei Nächte auf einer tropischen Insel
  • Beeindruckender Grampians Nationalpark
  • Bemale deinen eigenen Boomerang im Brambuk Kulturcenter
  • Wanderung zu den MacKenzie Falls
  • Weingutbesichtigung im Clare Valley
  • Besuch einer Känguru-Aufzuchtstation
  • Geführte Wanderung am Kings Canyon
  • Erlebe die Magie der Flinders Ranges
  • Spektakuläre Great Ocean Road & Twelve Apostels
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
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29 Tage Australien

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Auf dieser Australien Abenteuerreise folgen wir der Route von Sydney entlang der Ostküste und durch das Rote Zentrum bis nach Melbourne. Du erlebst in gut 4 Wochen das Beste von Südaustralien, dem Northern Territory und von Queenland. Eine wirklich unvergessliche Reise einmal kreuz und quer durch Australien! Folgende Leckerbissen erwarten dich: Panoramafahrt entlang der spektakulären Great Ocean Road, Camping unter dem Sternenhimmel am Ayers Rock, ein Segeltörn zu den paradiesischen Whitsunday Insel, die Erkundung der Sandinsel Fraser Island und der Aufenthalt auf einer typisch australischen Rinderfarm im Outback. Du begibst dich auf eine geführte Wanderung am Kings Canyon und erfährst, wie sich das Leben in den Weiten Australiens anfühlt.
Erfülle dir einen Traum und mach dich auf zu dieser großen Abenteuerreise durch Australien. Erlebe "Down Under" zusammen mit jungen Travellern aus der ganzen Welt!

1. Tag: Sydney - Crescent Head
2. Tag: Crescent Head - Byron Bay
3. Tag: Byron Bay
4. Tag: Byron Bay - Gold Coast
5. Tag: Gold Coast - Fraser Island
6. Tag: Fraser Island
7. Tag: Fraser Island - Myella Farm
8. Tag: Myella Farm - Emu Park
9. Tag: Emu Park - Whitsundays
10. Tag: Whitsundays - Airlie Beach
11. Tag: Airlie Beach - Magnetic Island
12. Tag: Magnetic Island - Cairns
13.-14. Tag: Cairns
15. Tag: Cairns - Alice Springs
16. Tag: Alice Springs - Uluru
17. Tag: Uluru
18. Tag: Uluru - Kings Canyon
19. Tag: Kings Canyon - Alice Springs
20. Tag: Alice Springs
21. Tag: Alice Springs - Coober Pedy
22. Tag: Coober Pedy - Quorn
23. Tag: Quorn
24. Tag: Quorn - Adelaide
25. Tag: Adelaide
26. Tag: Adelaide - Mt Gambier
27. Tag: Mt Gambier - Halls Gap
28. Tag: Halls Gap - Port Campbell
29. Tag: Port Campbell - Melbourne

Leistungen enthalten

  • Australien Rundreise lt. Programm
  • Transport im modernen und klimatisierten Reisebus
  • Unterbringung und Mahlzeiten wie angegeben
  • Inlandsflug (Cairns > Alice Springs)
  • Aktivitäten und Ausflüge gemäß Programm:
    • Weinprobe im Hunter Valley und Traubenstampfen
    • Surfunterricht Crescent Head
    • Regenwald-Wanderung im Springbrook Nationalpark
    • Rundgang durch Brisbane
    • Allrad Jeeptour auf Fraser Island
    • Aufenthalt auf der Myella Outback Farm
    • Aboriginal Experience in Emu Park
    • Whitsunday Segeltörn mit Übernachtung auf einer privaten Yacht
    • Ausflug zum Whitehaven Beach
    • Aufenthalt auf einer tropischen Insel (Magnetic Island)
    • Basewalk rund um den Uluru
    • Geführte Wanderung am Kings Canyon
    • Geführte Wanderung durch das "Tal des Windes" in Kata Tjuta
    • Ausflug Western MacDonnell Ranges
    • Opalminentour in Coober Pedy
    • Nacht unter der Erde in Coober Pedy
    • Besuch einer Känguru-Aufzuchtstation
    • Geführte Wanderung im Wilpena Pound
    • Einführung in die Weinherstellung in Coonawarra
    • Wanderungen im Grampians Nationalpark (MacKenzie Falls & Pinnacles Walk)
    • Boomerang bemalen im Brambuk Cultural Centre
    • Great Ocean Road und Zwölf Apostel

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • optionale Ausflüge / Aktivitäten
  • persönliche Ausgaben
  • Visum Australien
  • Reiseversicherung
  • Flughafentransfers

Unterbringung

25x Hotels, Lodges, Hostel (Mittelklasse)
1x Swag
1x Untergrund-Hotel
1x Segelboot

Die Unterbringung erfolgt in Mehrbettzimmern (wird geteilt mit weiterem/weiterer Reiseteilnehmer/in gleichen Geschlechts).

Auf Wunsch besteht die Möglichkeit gegen Aufpreis die Unterbringung im Doppel- oder Einzelzimmer zu buchen (Ausnahme: Segelausflug, Kings Canyon). Aufpreis bitte bei uns anfragen.

Verpflegung

28x Frühstück
6x Mittagessen
12x Abendessen

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter und Fahrer.

Motivierte Crew:
Die Tourguides wissen alle, wie es ist, unter Fernweh zu leiden - sie bekommen Hummeln im Hintern, wenn sie zu lange an einem Ort bleiben. Alle Crewmitglieder sind selber schon weit gereist und sorgen dafür, dass ihr den besten Urlaub aller Zeiten verbringt. Das Training für die Reiseleiter ist kein Zuckerschlecken: Sieben Wochen intensives Training und Vorbereitung nach dem höchsten Standart der Reiseindustrie stellen sicher, dass die Crew über umfangreiches Wissen verfügt und höchst professionell arbeitet. Doch auch wenn das Training nicht einfach ist, steht am Ende ein gut ausgebildetes und motiviertes Team bereit, das es kaum erwarten kann, seine Leidenschaft für das Reisen mit euch zu teilen.

Keine Trinkgelder:
Die Crew deiner Tour erwartet kein Trinkgeld. Das soll weder für Dich noch für die Crew ein Thema auf der Tour sein.

Transportarten

Reisebus, Flugzeug, Segelboot

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

SYDNEY:
Wake Up Hostel
Einzelzimmer: 110 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 60 EUR p.P.
Mehrbettzimmer: 40 EUR p.P.

MELBOURNE:
Nomads Hostel
- Zeitraum 01.04.2017 - 30.09.2017:
Einzelzimmer: 90 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 50 EUR p.P.
Mehrbettzimmer: 30 EUR p.P.

- Zeitraum 01.10.2017 - 31.03.2018:
Einzelzimmer: 110 EUR
Doppelzimmer: 60 EUR p.P.
Mehrbettzimmer: 40 EUR p.P.

Bitte beachtet, dass sich die angegebenen Preise jederzeit unangekündigt ändern können.

Flughafentransfer

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir beraten dich gerne!

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

Cairns Reef Cruise: 115 Euro (nur bei vorheriger Buchung)
Day 1: Sydney to Crescent Head
Set the tone for this fair dinkum (i.e. authentic) Aussie adventure by crossing Sydney's iconic Harbour Bridge as we venture toward the surfing haven of Crescent Head. Before testing the waters, dip your toes into an oak barrel (literally) in the Hunter Valley.

Included today:
- Wine tasting and grape stomping in the Hunter Valley

Meals: Dinner

Day 2: Crescent Head to Byron Bay
Try a barrel of a different kind with an early morning private surf lesson on one of the best beaches in the world. Here's your chance to become a bona fide surf master. Our road trip continues with a traditional BBQ lunch and a cruise past the Big Banana icon before pulling into Byron Bay – where you can burn incense, sip chai and become a yoga teacher all in one day.

Included today:
- Surf lesson at Topdeck’s surf retreat

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 3: Byron Bay
Anti-McDonald's and anti-anything mass produced (but pro juice bars, beer gardens and beards), Byron is glitzy on the outside but small town-hearted underneath. Hit the shops, test out those newly acquired surfing skills, paddle a sea kayak, or watch whales breach from the Lighthouse in winter. This is the town where peace and tranquillity go to relax. You should too. Or jump out of a plane. Byron doesn't care as long as you're happy.

Included today:
- Byron Bay highlights walking trip

Meals: Breakfast

Optional activities:
- Dolphin kayaking
- Skydiving
- Scuba diving
- Surf lessons

Day 4: Byron Bay to Gold Coast
Leave the blissful buzz of Byron behind you as we head to Springbrook National Park and its major landmark, Natural Bridge. Next, swap the national park for the golden sand beaches and bustling nightlife of Surfers Paradise.

Included today:
- Rainforest walk in Springbrook National Park

Meals: Breakfast

Day 5: Gold Coast to Fraser Island
Next stop: BrisVegas (aka Brisbane). Don't let its namesake fool you - there are no late-night wedding chapels in the sunshine state capital. Get your bearings on a walking tour of the city centre, before catching a ferry bound for UNESCO World Heritage listed, and the world’s largest sand island Fraser Island.

Included today:
- Brisbane city walking tour

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

***We ask that you have packed a small overnight bag to take to Fraser Island with you as luggage space is limited. Pack items like swimmers, beach towel, chargers, hat, sunscreen, camera, jacket, toiletries, sandals/flip flops and casual clothes for 2 days.***


Day 6: Fraser Island
Fraser is literally one huge pile of sand - as if someone dropped the Sahara Desert into the Pacific Ocean and scattered it with dingoes and rainforests. Included four-wheel-drive along the beach highway to mingle with the Pinnacles Coloured Sands (considered a place of good luck for the Indigenous Butchulla women), Eli Creek and the Maheno Shipwreck before testing out your stand up paddling skills on the crystal clear waters of Lake McKenzie.

Included today:
- Fraser Island 4WD tour
- Lake MacKenzie
- Central Station
- Coloured Sands
- Maheno Shipwreck
- Eli Creek

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Optional activities:
- Scenic Flights from the beach

Day 7: Fraser Island to Myella Farm
This afternoon enjoy an authentic outback experience at a 2,500-acre cattle station. Embrace your inner jackaroo and prepare yourself for an adventure-packed afternoon of optional horse riding, motor biking and cow milking. Or go walkabout on a real Aussie farm to find that right spot for the perfect outback sunset. Enjoy a hearty home cooked farm style dinner before you take to whip cracking and lassoing.

Included today:
- Farm sunset

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 8: Myella Farm to Emu Beach
Take to life on the land like a horse to oats with an adventure-packed morning of horse riding and motor biking. Or dirty your boots, milk your first cow, or go walkabout on a real Aussie farm. Then leave the campfire to follow in the footsteps of Captain Cook as we head back to the coast for Emu Park. Take a selfie as you pass into the Tropic of Capricorn. Enjoy the Aboriginal experience where you get to learn about totems and artefacts, see some traditional dancing, try your hand at boomerang throwing and make some artwork to take home. Local Aboriginals will teach you ab

Included today:
- Aboriginal experience and artefact souvenir

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch,  Dinner

Optional activities:
- Horse riding
- Motorbike lesson

Day 9: Emu Park to the Whitsundays (Sailing)
This town is your gateway to the beautiful Whitsunday Passage and the 74 nearby tropical islands, and by far the best way to experience the islands is onboard our own private yacht! This will be our home for the night and the experienced sailing crew will provide us with a feast of freshly prepared meals along the way. You’ll be able to learn the basics of sailing by lending a hand with hoisting and trimming the sails and there is plenty of time for swimming and snorkeling the reefs at your leisure too. By night we’ll stargaze at the Milky Way without a worry in the world – it’s a tough life, but someone has to do it!  If there’s a heaven on earth, this is it.

Included today:
- Overnight sailing

Meals: Dinner

Day 10: Whitsunday Islands / Whitehaven Beach - Airlie Beach
Wake up to pure paradise in one of the many sheltered coves that make up the Whitsundays.  Today we’ll set sail for golden sandy beaches, snorkel over coral reefs and soak up the sun. A visit to the famous blinding white sands of Whitehaven Beach and Blue Pearl Bay will also be an option if the weather behaves - fingers crossed! If you’re a budding captain, you can even help set the sails and have a turn at the helm whilst further exploring the islands. Later this afternoon set course for our return to land where we’ll spend the night in Airlie Beach, pool – shower – dinner – dancing all in that order!

Included today:
- Whitehaven Beach
- Snorkeling
- Whitsunday sailing

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 11: Airlie Beach to Magnetic Island
Hard as it will be to leave, our time in the Whitsundays has come to an end and we are heading further up into the Tropics to explore the natural and wildlife wonders of Magnetic Island. A morning Mango smoothie is a must en-route on our morning drive then a quick ferry trip and you have the afternoon to trip around this amazing piece of paradise. Discover secluded beaches, National Park walking trails or just laze by the pool with a cocktail.

Included today:
- Big Mango
- Magnetic Island Hopper Pass
- Bush Walking

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 12: Magnetic Island to Cairns
A private tour of the local wildlife park where you can kiss a baby Crocodile, smooch a Blue Tongue Lizard, and even cuddle a Koala*, is all packed into our morning before we leave the island. Back on the Bruce Hwy and colourful Cairns is our next destination.  You’ll notice a change of scenery on our travels today as we continue our way up the coast to the far north tropic region.  We’ll pass palm tree lined streets this afternoon as we make our way into Cairns, nestled between the Coral Sea and the Great Dividing Range.  After checking in to our centrally located hotel we’ll head out to enjoy a meal* together - you’re spoilt for dining choices here. After dinner the revelry is up to you - head to the famous Night Markets or soak up the local nightlife at one of the many bars and clubs!

Included today:
– Wildlife Part private tour

Meals: Breakfast

Optional activities:
– Koala Cuddles
   
Days 13 & 14: Cairns  
One is never enough so we’ve given you two full days to enjoy in tropical Cairns!  It’s the perfect opportunity to go wild with optional activities and day trips, from white water rafting on the Tully River to a full day tour of the World Heritage listed Daintree region. Why not get up close and personal with a cuddly Koala or even zipline over a Saltwater Crocodile!  There’s also horse riding, quad biking, bungy jumping, tandem skydiving, hot air ballooning - you name it, Cairns has it. If it’s time out you’re after, there are cafes and shops aplenty not to mention the famous art-lined Cairns Esplanade with its lagoon style pools and lush grass sun bathing areas right in the heart of town.

A very popular option and our favourite is of course a day trip to the Great Barrier Reef with our friends at Passions of Paradise. This is certainly an incredible, almost unbelievable day - one that we guarantee you’ll remember forever. Setting sail for the outer reef onboard this multi award winning catamaran; we’ll stop at two unique locations – including the exclusive Paradise Reef. All snorkelling equipment is included and if you’re keen to dive, optional introductory and certified scuba diving is available too. Paradise Reef is an exclusive mooring just for Passions of Paradise so there are no crowds as you snorkel the hard coral reef with depths of up to 25 metres.  There’s also a tasty buffet lunch included on this day trip, freshly prepared by our onboard chef and including prawns and fresh tropical fruit. Also check with your crew for a local walk to point out some of the Cairns top spots and a hike to grab some lasting views.

To celebrate our new found friendships and such an amazing trip along the East Coast of Australia, there are two nights to check out all of the local restaurants and hotspots in Cairns after dark.

Meals: 2x Breakfast

Optional activities:
– White Water Rafting
- Great Barrier Reef Day Trip
- Horse Riding
- Quad Biking
- Skydiving
- Bungy Jumping
- Daintree National Park Day Trip
- Zip lining
- Hot Air Ballooning

Day 15: Cairns to Alice Springs
Catcha’ later, Cairns. We’re off to Alice. Take to the skies heading south west to meet up with your NT outback crew in Alice Springs.

Included today:
- Airport transfers
- Flight from Cairns to Alice Springs

Meals: Breakfast

Day 16: Alice Springs to Uluru
We're hitting the red ground running as we take to the road and head into Yulara (the gateway resort to Uluru) for lunch . It's off to the breathtaking Uluru in the afternoon for a guided tour, and a glass of bubbles as the glow of sunset morphs through 50 shades of red. Tonight hone your Aussie BBQ skills and cook your own steak (or veggie burger). Welcome to the outback, mate.

Included today:
- Mt Conner
- Uluru Sunset
- National Park entry

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 17: Uluru
Start your day with a big bowl of 'oh my god' thanks to a breathtaking sunrise back at Uluru. Follow in the footsteps of the traditional owners of this sacred World Heritage site with a full base walk, where you can escape the crowds and check out hidden waterholes. Keep watch for wedge-tailed eagles, spinifex hopping mice and thorny devils. Or splurge on a Harley ride or scenic flight and soar over the rock. Later, join an optional meditative dot painting class in the Aboriginal Art Markets and give yourself a free astrology lesson, stargazing at the endless Southern night sky.

Included today:
- Sunrise over Uluru
- National Park entry
- Uluru base walks
- Anangu Visitor centre
- Guided walk by your crew

Meals: Breakfast

Optional activities:
- Scenic flights
- Harley Davidson rides
- Camel tours
- Sounds of Silence
- Guided astrology tour

Day 18: Uluru to Kings Canyon
After a hearty breakfast, we spend a few hours back in the National Park. This time get ready for some soul searching as we venture into the heart of sacred Kata-Tjuta (The Olgas) and walk amongst the 36 red sandstone giants through the Valley of the Winds. After a drive into Watarrka National Park, live the life of a jolly swagman as we sleep under the stars in custom swags. Cue campfire stories and marshmallows tonight. Please be aware that in winter months (May-Sept), nighttime temperatures can drop to near 0 degrees, warmer clothing will be required for the night sleeping in the swag. And please note that the twin / double / or single upgrade is not applicable to the Overnight Swag Night at Kings Canyon. This has not been included in when upgrade rates were calculated.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Included today:
- Valley of the Winds walk
- National Park entry

Day 19: Kings Canyon to Alice Springs
If you would walk 500 miles (steps), then you'll make it through the toughest part of the Rim Walk - Heart Attack Hill. The Kings Canyon Rim Walk is the real deal and the most famous canyon in Oz. Think age-old cycads, eroded dome shapes, a visit to The Lost City - and that's not even the best part. The sheltered valley and waterhole of the Garden of Eden makes today bloody bonza (translation: awesome). After a picnic lunch, we’ll board the bus back to Alice Springs.

Included today:
- Guided hike of Kings Canyon
- Garden of Eden walk

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 20: Alice Springs
Wake up. Rub eyes. Climb into a hot air balloon. Just saying, it’s an option...and an amazing start to the day. Back to earth venture on an excursion out amongst the Western MacDonnell Ranges. Our stops include the peaceful Simpsons Gap and the impressive Standley Chasm. It’s back to Alice Springs to grab a late lunch and explore the town centre. This afternoon, have a wander. There are local Aboriginal art galleries to check out, the Desert Park Gardens to explore and the Reptile Centre to get creeped out in. Book in the optional late afternoon Kangaroo Sanctuary tour for sunset.

Included today:
- Stanley Chasm
- Simpsons Gap

Meals: Breakfast

Optional activities:
- Hot air balloon ride
- Desert Park
- Alice Springs Reptile Centre
- Kangaroo Sanctuary

Day 21: Alice Springs to Coober Pedy
Check out the world's longest Dingo Fence (good thing there's a gate) and truck on past some very remote roadhouses before crossing the border into South Australia. It's time to cross the gemstone littered and soft grounds of the Moon Plain up the middle of Australia. Then we roll into the next gem on our list to check out where 75% of the world's opals come from and a chance to meet the orphans of the kangaroo world.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 22: Coober Pedy to Quorn
After a #saltlakeselfie stop and a meet-and-greet with the sheep farming township of Glendambo (with a population of 30) we're riding south into the Flinders Ranges. You'll want to keep your camera charged for this one. Round off the day with a pub meal – tomorrow's going to be epic.

Included today:
- Opal mine & town tour
- Kangaroo orphanage

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 23: Quorn
Flinders Ranges National Park is a spoiled brat, it has everything. From mountains to gorges and creeks to rivers, you're lucky you get to play in it today. Take a hike to Wilpena Pound – a natural amphitheatre about three times the size of Uluru. Then to rock art site Arkaroo Rock, and the Kanyaka Ruins – an abandoned sheep and cattle farm.

Included today:
- Wilpena Pound guided walk
- National Park entry

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 24: Quorn to Adelaide
We start our way away from the outback today with some dramatic scenery changes – we are heading for the city! A visit to the Barossa Reservoir Whispering Wall – there's a time and a place for confessions. This isn't it. Tonight take in some of Adelaide’s finest local food and entertainment.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 25: Adelaide
You've made it to one of the world's coolest cities (according to Lonely Planet). Today's a free day for the adventurous to head out to spot seals, kangaroos and penguins on Australia's answer to the Galapagos: Kangaroo Island. Learn about some of the 46 endemic species. Spend the day slurping noodles in the Adelaide Central Market, or take a tram to the seaside village of Glenelg.

Meals: Breakfast

Optional activities:
- Kangaroo Island day trip
- Barossa Valley day trip

Day 26: Adelaide to Mt Gambier
Stroll through the Valley Lake conservation area and learn about the pre-human flora and fauna existence. Snap madly away on the camera as you spot a Skippy - hot tip: don’t go to hug one. Before kicking on to Adelaide, check out the Blue Lake (depending on what time of the year you visit, the lake changes colour) and the Umpherston Sinkhole. Because no South Australian voyage is complete without wine, we get to concoct our own potion as we stop at Wynn’s Coonawarra vineyard. Chin chin!

Included today:
- Make your own blended wine class

Meals: Breakfast

Optional activities:
- Naracoorte Caves

Day 27: Mt Gambier to Halls Gap
Stroll through the Valley Lake conservation area and learn about the pre-human flora and fauna existence. Snap madly away on the camera as you spot a Skippy - hot tip: don’t go to hug one. Before kicking on to Adelaide, check out the Blue Lake (depending on what time of the year you visit, the lake changes colour) and the Umpherston Sinkhole. Because no South Australian voyage is complete without wine, we get to concoct our own potion as we stop at Wynn’s Coonawarra vineyard. Chin chin!

Included today:
- Make your own blended wine class

Meals: Breakfast

Optional activities:
- Naracoorte Caves

Day 28: Halls Gap to Port Campbell
Meet the traditional land owners, whose ancestors were scratching and dabbing their Dreamtime stories onto rock long before the Pyramids of Egypt were conceived, then paint your own story onto a boomerang. This afternoon is all about the Twelve Apostles, aka the Stonehenge of Australia and a sunset to write home about.

Included today:
- Paint your own souvenir boomerang
- National Park entry
- 12 Apostles

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 29: Port Campbell to Melbourne
Today our trips comes to an end. See you soon!
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TOURSTIL:
Diese Australien Rundreise hat nichts mit den traditionell geführten Busreisen zu tun, wo der Reiseleiter die Reisenden wie eine Herde Schafe von Sehenswürdigkeit zu Sehenswürdigkeit herumscheucht. Unsere Reisen für Junge Leute machen Spass, sind individuell, kreativ, jung und flexibel. Wir glauben, dass wir die unterschiedlichsten Erwartungen erfüllen können. Und auch wenn ihr bei uns die angenehmen und praktischen Vorzüge einer organisierten Busreise genießt, habt ihr immer und überall genug Zeit und Möglichkeit, jeden Ort so individuell zu genießen und zu erleben, wie ihr es euch vorstellt. Unser freundliches und entspanntes Team freut sich schon darauf, euch das Beste dessen zu zeigen, was die besuchte Region zu bieten hat.

FREIZEIT:
Wir wissen, dass jede/r Einzelne andere Erwartungen an eine Reise stellt. Daher ist es für uns besonders wichtig, euch immer und überall genug Zeit und Raum zu geben, die Destinationen genau so zu erleben, wie ihr es wollt. Indem wir euch so viel Freizeit wie möglich geben, könnt ihr eure Reise nach euren Vorstellungen und Vorlieben gestalten - ob ihr nun Museen oder Märkte besucht, am Strand surfen gehen, mit einem Bungeeseil in die Tiefe stürzt oder einen Koala knuddeln wollt, alles ist möglich!

ENTSPANNTES REISEN:
Mal ehrlich: Wer schleppt schon gerne sein schweres Reisegepäck durch Bahnhöfe und über Bussteige? Oder wie wäre es mit dem langen Fußweg vom Bahnhof zum Hostel in 35 Grad Hitze? Keine Freiwilligen? Das haben wir uns gedacht :-)) Bei dieser Tour nehmen wir euch diese Last ab, damit ihr euch den angenehmen Seiten des Reisens widmen könnt.

REISEGEFÄHRTEN:
Das Beste an einer Gruppenreise ist die Möglichkeit, eure Reiseerlebnisse mit Gleichgesinnten zu teilen. Alle Tourteilnehmer sind zwischen 18 und irgendwas in ihren 30ern, und somit seid ihr umgeben von Leuten, die schon bald eure Freunde sein können und die alle das gleiche Ziel haben - den besten Urlaub aller Zeiten zu erleben. Mit anderen zusammen macht alles einfach mehr Spaß. Und was ist, wenn ihr alleine an Bord kommt? Kein Problem, mehr als die Hälfte unserer Reisenden sind ohne Begleitung unterwegs. Es kostet euch keine Cent mehr, die Reise allein anzutreten. Ihr werdet sehen - am Ende der Tour habt ihr viele neue Freunde!

FREE WI-FI:
Ihr könnt während der Fahrt im Reisebus Eure E-Mails checken und auf Facebook und Twitter posten, denn die Fahrzeuge sind mit WI-FI ausgestattet. WI-FI ist verfügbar während der Fahrten in Neuseeland und in Australien in den Regionen Queensland, New South Wales, Süd-Australien und Victoria (nicht verfügbar im Northern Territory, in Tasmanien, auf Tagesausflügen und Stopovers). WI-FI ist abhängig von der örltichen Signalverfügbarkeit.

KOMBIREISE:
Diese Tour setzt sich aus verschiedenen Tourabschnitten zusammen, daher können sich die Gruppenzusammensetzung und Reiseleitung während der Tour ändern.

VARIANTE
Diese Tour ist auch in umgekehrter Richtung buchbar:

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