The tropical allure of Queensland’s Port Douglas & Daintree region goes beyond just the warm weather and sunshine. It is the uncrowded beaches lined with palm trees, the azures of the ocean scattered with colourful reefs. It is the mountains covered in ancient rainforest and hidden waterfalls and swimming holes. It is that friendly vibe from the locals and relaxed atmosphere that truly offers a sense of escape.
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A journey to Tasmania is a rare chance to disconnect from stress and reconnect with the things that matter.
About 40 percent of the island is protected as national parks, reserves and UNESCO World Heritage areas and, remarkably, these wild places are easily accessible. Hike the tallest sea cliffs in the southern hemisphere and breathe some of the purest air in the world. In World Heritage wilderness, walk in valleys where towering Huon pines grow for thousands of years, where rivers meet rare temperate rainforest, and snow-peaked mountains shadow buttongrass plains. See wildlife that exists nowhere else on Earth.
Queensland’s Gold Coast has a star attraction in its beaches, including the world-renowned stretch of sand at Surfers Paradise.
Go beyond the beaches however and visitors can discover laid-back neighbourhoods, a booming culinary scene and the Gold Coast’s famous theme parks. And be sure to leave enough time for a trip into the subtropical hinterland for rainforest walks and waterfalls.
The Whitsundays is made up of 74 island scattered along the beautiful tropical coast of Queensland, Australia. Right in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, a visit to The Whitsundays is a feast for the senses. The stunning natural landscapes of coast and islands are dotted with secluded beaches and friendly towns and there is much to explore on land or in and under the water. Whether you choose to base yourself on the coast or on the islands, there’s so much to do, you’ll have to work out how to fit it all in.
Central America provides adventurous travellers with the perfect blend of natural beauty, exotic wildlife, ancient & colonial history and vibrant culture.
You’ll stand in smoky awe of the giant, towering and smouldering volcanoes of Guatemala and Nicaragua. Trek through the lush, green jungles of Panama and Costa Rica like the explorers of old to discover exotic wildlife.
Unearth the fascinating history of hidden Mayan and Aztec ruins in Mexico before you thrum and rumba to the decadent and heart-pumping rhythms of Cuban dance. The sheer beauty of the Caribbean beaches of Mexico and Cuba provide the ultimate backdrop for relaxation at either end of your itinerary.
Composed of 83 spectacular islands, the archipelago of Vanuatu features an authentic and unique blend of breathtaking landscapes, rich culture and friendly locals.
After just a short plane ride from Australia, travellers can explore everything the destination has to offer – from untouched nature and exciting adventure to barefoot luxury and tropical beaches.
South America is an amazingly diverse continent, so it can be difficult to know where to start putting an itinerary together.
An increasingly popular destination for Australians, this continent stretches from the balmy Caribbean coast in the north to wild Patagonia in the south; the variety of cultures, climates and landscapes across 13 countries really has to be experienced to be believed.
There are ample opportunities for adventure, witnessing breathtaking nature, marvelling at indigenous and colonial history, enjoying incredible food, wine, and coffee, relaxing on tropical beaches, or getting caught up in the vibrant festivals, music and dance. World-famous icons of Machu Picchu, Rio’s Copacabana Beach, Iguazu Falls, Lake Titicaca, the Andes and the Amazon barely have you scratching the surface of what is on offer. Lesser-known regions such as Patagonia, the Atacama Desert and the Pantanal are quickly becoming popular in Australia too.
There is so much to offer that is very important to understand exactly what your clients are looking for on their holiday – if you get it right you may just book their second and third trip back to this addictive part of the world.
Norway is a Scandinavian country encompassing mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords. Famous for its Viking history and culture, colourful wooden houses, cruises along the fjords, fishing, hiking and skiing to name a few, Norway is country for everyone.
From the capital of Oslo to as far North as the Arctic, Norway has a focus on cleaner conscience, sustainable destinations, delicious local food and green travel. Greener, cleaner – and more authentic is their motto.
Discover unforgettable cultural experiences, travel to super cosy small towns filled with traditions, such as Røros, Lærdal or the villages in Setesdal. Visit the sporty arts and literature city of Lillehammer or experience the combination of culture and farming along The Golden Road at Inderøy in Trøndelag. Or explore the world heritage archipelago Vega at the Helgeland coast, where you can kayak, fish, bike, and see how feathers from the eider duck’s nesting boxes are collected and turned into some of the world’s most exclusive duvets.
Whether it is summer or winter, Norway has a diverse range of things to explore, discover and experience.
Remote and still relatively undiscovered, Papua New Guinea is one of the few places where you can truly go off the beaten track. Whether you’re trekking in remote mountain ranges, searching for the elusive bird of paradise in cloud forests or travelling to off-the-grid villages to get to know some 750 tribes who call PNG their home, you are likely to have the country’s wanders mostly to yourself.
The country comprises about 600 small islands with only 13 percent of people living in urban areas. Papua New Guinea has more than 800 indigenous languages and approximately 312 different tribes, including some uncontacted peoples.
The Galapagos Islands is a group of volcanic islands located in the Pacific Ocean 973km off the west coast of South America. The islands have some of the most diverse wildlife in the world making it a paradise for diving, bird watching and all nature lovers.
Small ship Galapagos Island tours give you the opportunity to watch giant Galapagos tortoises and Blue Footed Boobies in the morning and snorkel with sea lions and marine iguanas in the afternoon. The Galapagos is famed for being one of the most exciting places to dive on earth and almost every scuba diver has these islands on their bucket list.
Patagonia is the region at the southern end of South America, shared by Chile and Argentina, comprising of the southern section of the Andes Mountains and the deserts, pampas, and grasslands to the east. It is one of the few regions that shares a coastline with three oceans, with the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Southern Ocean to the south.
Endless beaches with rolling surf, timeless ruins rich in history and culture, welcoming people, amazing wildlife, unique experiences and flavoursome food make Sri Lanka irresistible.
A country that is moving forward quickly as more and more people discover its myriad charms however remains stuck in time, make Sri Lanka such an alluring country.
Opening in December 2019, New Zealand’s newest and 10th Great Walk the Paparoa Track will traverse the Paparoa Range, replete with limestone landscapes, verdant rainforest and astonishing views.
The rugged west coast of New Zealand’s South Island draws travellers in search of the country’s wild heart. Not only is the Paparoa Track New Zealand’s newest Great Walk, the spectacular trail also features a side trip that serves as a memorial to the 29 men who lost their lives in the Pike River Mine tragedy.
Seattle is a trendy urban haven surrounded by lush, unmatched natural beauty – it ain’t called the Emerald City for nothing! The destination is packed with arts and cultural hotspots, a diverse music scene, world-class restaurants and is the home of five world-famous professional sports teams to boot. Seattle is the city to keep every traveller entertained.
The USA has something on offer for everyone. You can choose between the fast passed East, cosmopolitan cities, the slow-moving south, olden day frontiers, cowboy towns, white sand beaches, great plains, national parks, mountains, desert, red rock canyons and much more.