Safari Tours in Australia / Outback, Cities, Great Barrier Reef....

Safaris are becoming a more popular way to see Australia. They offer a more unique experience than the basic bus tour and, for many people, it is preferable than driving yourself. There are areas of Australia that can be seen that you will not see by driving yourself or by taking a regular coach tour. This concept is based on the ages old safari concept originating in Africa.
An example of a company that really provides an extensive safari experience is Jarmbie Overland Adventures.  If you really want to see the real Australia and what this country has to offer, this type of safari is the way to go. Jarmbie's real benefit is their custom built 23 seat four wheel drive vehicle that can take you to great places way off the well worn tourist routes.
The Jarmbie Vehicle , Safari Tours in Australia
In the Outback, Safari Tours in Australia

Of course the knowledgeable staff are a major asset and will guide you on a unique tour that you will never forget. Stops and sites along the way include the red hot Outback desert, deserted beaches, national parks and cool tropical rainforests.

Some of the activities, other than site seeing, that are offered include kayaking, mountain biking, sheep shearing, scuba diving, horse riding, sailing and white water rafting.

Currently there are 10 different tours offered ( as of July 24, 2002):

# (1) 13 day Darwin to Uluru
Includes Kakadu N.P, Litchfield N.P, Katherine Gorge, Mataranka, Devil’s Marbles, Alice Springs and surrounds, Kings Canyon and Uluru…..

# (2) 14 day Cairns to Darwin
Travelling across the remote wilderness of Australia’s top end. Visit Atherton Tablelands, outback cattle stations, Katherine Gorge, Mataranka, Kakadu National Park to name just a few. Outback at its best….

# (3) 14 day Adelaide to Sydney
– Follow the coastline from Adelaide to Melbourne, discover Coorong National Park, see seals up close at Cape Bridgewater, the Great Ocean Road, the Twelve Apostles, Wilson’s Prom and more….

# (4) 22 day Cairns to Uluru – Combine the essence of number 1 and 2 to get an insight into outback Australia….

# (5) 23 day Darwin to Adelaide – Visit Kakadu N.P, Litchfield N.P, the Red Centre, outback mining town Coober Pedy, Wilpena Pound and the beautiful Flinders Ranges, Barossa Valley wineries before arriving in Adelaide……..

# (6) 26 day Sydney to Cairns – Our most popular trip! Head up the coast visiting working sheep stations, beautiful Byron Bay, the sun drenched beaches of Surfers Paradise, sailing in the Whitsundays, island hopping…

# (7) 27 day Uluru to Sydney – From the outback to the sea. Start at Uluru and make our way south through Coober Pedy, Flinders Ranges, Wilpena Pound, Barossa Valley to the cosmopolitan cities of Adelaide, Melbourne and finally Sydney…

# (8) 39 days Sydney to Darwin – a combination of #1 and #6. A great way to experience Australia….

# (9) 48 days Sydney to Uluru – a combination of #4 and #6.

# (10) 75 days Sydney to Sydney – the ultimate Australian adventure! On this trip you’ll see the true essence of Australia, at a relaxed and leisurely pace. From outback towns and amazing scenery to the hustle and bustle of cities like Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Adelaide and Melbourne. If you’ve got the time, you’ll kick yourself if you don’t do this one!

The prices vary from around $1,000 (AUD) to $6,300 (AUD) for the 75 day tour. This is good value, especially if you are traveling from overseas because of the favorable exchange rate.

If you like adventure and want to see the Australia that other tourists do not get to see, a safari may be right for you.

 
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