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Myanmar Yangon City 3 Days 2 Nights Yangon + Bago Tour  (Glitter Package)

Tour downtown Yangon - the historic Post Office, Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument - and visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos of the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge and Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. As it is a big country, temperatures can vary significantly from area to area.

Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bago’s average annual temperature is 23.2 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 1619 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Bago experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha, whose feet are carved with traditional symbols. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. End your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bago – Yangon (Breakfast)

Mystical Bago
After breakfast, embark on your tour to Bago, capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century and a town steeped in legend. Visit the 55-metre long reclining Shwethalyaung Buddha, the four seated Buddhas at Kyaikpun and the old palace of Kanbawzathadi. Admire the Mon-style Shwemawdaw Pagoda, the most outstanding religious monument in Bago. This golden temple stands at 114 metres tall, higher than Yangon's Shwedagon Pagoda, and can be seen from around 10 kilometres outside of the city. Drop by the town market and a Mon neighborhood where the locals produce beautiful woven textiles. After lunch, proceed back to Yangon. Stop by Taukkyan War Cemetery, an Allied war memorial cemetery for more than 27,000 Allied soldiers who perished during the World War II campaign in Myanmar.

 

Day 3: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Yangon Market Shopping
After breakfast, if time permits, enjoy a visit to the sprawling Scott Market, where you will find interesting Burmese souvenirs, from lacquer ware to gems and jewelry. Take departure transfer to Yangon airport for homebound flight.

 

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Myanmar Yangon + Ngapali 4 Days 3 Nights Yangon + Ngapali Tour  (Sparkle Package)

Tour downtown Yangon - the historic Post Office, Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument - and visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha, whose feet are carved with traditional symbols. Take photos of the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge and Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Ngapali’s average annual temperature is 26.7 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 4470 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely in Yangon and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely in Yangon. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Ngapali experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha, whose feet are carved with traditional symbols. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. End your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Ngapali (Breakfast)

Fly to Ngapali
Take a morning domestic flight to Ngapali and transfer to Ngapali Beach. Located on the Bay of Bengal, Ngapali Beach is charming with white sand, palm tree-lined coast and fishing villages. Relax on the beach or for the more active, enjoy various sports such as snorkeling, surfing or cycling at your own expense.

 

Day 3: Ngapali (Breakfast)

Relaxing Ngapali
Have a leisurely day on the beach where you can sunbathe, swim and have a stroll, or visit nearby fishing villages by bicycle or boat.

 

Day 4: Ngapali – Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Back to Yangon
Afternoon domestic flight to Yangon airport and connect for homebound flight.

 

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Myanmar Yangon, Golden Rock + Bago 4 Days 3 Nights Yangon, Golden Rock + Bago Tour  (Shimmer Package)

Tour downtown Yangon - the historic Post Office, Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument - and visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos of the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge and Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. As it is a big country, temperatures can vary significantly from area to area.

Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bago’s average annual temperature is 23.2 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 1619 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.

Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon, Golden Rock and Bago experience long and constant rainfall from June to August, with Golden Rock becoming misty and cold. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha, whose feet are carved with traditional symbols. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. End your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Golden Rock (Breakfast)

Magical Golden Rock
Enjoy a scenic journey to Golden Rock base camp and transfer to transit junction with an open truck for an authentic local experience. Once you arrive at Golden Rock Pagoda, a major pilgrimage site for the local Buddhists, you can immerse in a spectacular view, especially magical at sunrise and sunset.


Day 3: Golden Rock – Bago – Yangon (Breakfast)

Mystical Bago
Rise and shine for a sunrise stroll. After breakfast, return to base camp to take a tour to Bago, capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century and a town steeped in legend. Visit the local market, Shwemawdaw Pagoda and the 55-metre long reclining Shwethalyaung Buddha, one of the country’s most impressive statues. Thereafter, proceed to Yangon. Stop by Allied War Memorial Cemetery, the final resting place of Allied soldiers who perished during the World War II campaign in Myanmar.


Day 4: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Yangon airport for homebound flight.

 

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Myanmar Yangon, Mandalay + Mingun 4 Days 3 Nights Yangon, Mandalay + Mingun Tour  (Radiant Package)

Enjoy a boat tour on Irrawaddy River to explore Mingun, home to the impressive Mingun Bell, the unfinished Mingun Paya, and the white-washed Hsinbyume Pagoda. Take a stroll through Mingun where local craftsmen craft traditional basketry and other artistic items. After returning to Mandalay, visit the ruins of the Royal Palace and enjoy a commanding view of the city from the Mandalay Hill. You will take a domestic flight back to Yangon and connect for homebound flight.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha, whose feet are carved with traditional symbols. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. End your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay, a city of great cultural importance. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 3: Mandalay – Irrawaddy River – Mingun – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Glimpse of Irrawaddy
Take a boat trip up Irrawaddy River, Maynmar’s largest river, to Mingun. Visit the Mingun Bell, world’s largest intact bronze bell that weighs more than 87 tons. View the unfinished Mingun Paya, which was built with the intention of being the world’s biggest pagoda, and the Hsinbyume Pagoda, a white-washed temple built to resemble Mount Meru. Take a stroll through Mingun where local craftsmen craft traditional basketry and other artistic items. After returning to Mandalay, visit the ruins of the Royal Palace. Round off your day with a commanding view of the city from the Mandalay Hill.

 

Day 4: Mandalay – Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Back to Yangon
Morning domestic flight to Yangon airport and connect for homebound flight.

 

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Myanmar Mandalay, Mingun, Inle Lake + Indein 5 Days 4 Nights Mandalay, Mingun, Inle Lake + Indein Tour  (Glow Package)

Have a traditional tour of Mandalay where you will visit Mahamuni Pagoda, local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops, Golden Palace Monastery, Kuthodaw Pagoda and a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

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Inle Lake One-leg Rower

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Mandalay’s average annual temperature is 27 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm. Inle’s average temperature is 26.8 °C, while the average rainfall is 894 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Mandalay (No meal)

Traditional Mandalay
Upon arrival at Mandalay airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Proceed to visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. Round off your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 2: Mandalay – Irrawaddy River – Mingun – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Glimpse of Irrawaddy
Enjoy a boat trip up Irrawaddy River to Mingun. Visit the Mingun Bell, world’s largest intact bronze bell that weighs more than 87 tons. View the unfinished Mingun Paya, which was built with the intention of being the world’s biggest pagoda, and the Hsinbyume Pagoda, a white-washed temple built to resemble Mount Meru. Take a stroll through Mingun where local craftsmen craft traditional basketry and other artistic items. After returning to Mandalay, visit the ruins of the Royal Palace. End your day with a commanding view of the city from the Mandalay Hill.

 

Day 3: Mandalay – Heho – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Tranquil Inle Lake
Take a domestic flight to Heho, gateway to Inle Lake. Proceed to NyaungShwe for a transfer to the hotel. Enjoy a private boat tour at Inle Lake. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in southern Shan State. Marvel at the local handicrafts, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and traditional blacksmith methods along the way. Discover the Shan and Intha villages on the river banks. Pass the endless floating gardens, houses and monasteries built on stilts. Proceed to Nampan village to visit a local cheroot factory (where Burmese cigars are made) and see canoe carving.

 

Day 4: Inle Lake – Indein – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Cultural Inle Lake
Visit the market where hill tribe people dress in colorful, traditional outfits as they barter. Continue sightseeing in Inle Lake by boat. Visit Indein village and walk though exotic colonnades of stairways and shop stalls. Visit the “long neck” tribal women and weaving and craft villages perched on stilts. See the lake’s unique “leg rowers” – the Intha people row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar.

 

Day 5: Inle Lake – Heho – Departure from Mandalay (Breakfast)

Back to Mandalay
Morning domestic flight to Mandalay airport and connect for homebound flight.

 

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Myanmar Yangon, Bagan + Mandalay 5 Days 4 Nights Yangon, Bagan + Mandalay Tour  (Shine Package)

Tour downtown Yangon - the historic Post Office, Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument - and visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos of the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge and Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. End your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Beautiful Bagan
Morning domestic flight to Bagan and start your tour of the town. Immerse in the bustling market atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. Climb to the top of the temple for magical sunset views.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Irrawaddy River – Bagan (Breakfast)

Scenic Irrawaddy
See most Myanmar people’s real way of life by visiting villages near Bagan. Explore Bagan from a different perspective as you explore the area with a pony cart, which can explore areas that cars are unable to enter. Transfer to jetty where a private wooden river boat is waiting. Enjoy fabulous views as you cruise down the Irrawaddy River to Shwezigon Pagoda. Catch the spectacular sunset from the boat to end off your day.

 

Day 4: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 5: Mandalay – Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Back to Yangon
Morning domestic flight to Yangon airport and connect for homebound flight.

 

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Myanmar Yangon, Golden Rock, Bago + Mandalay 5 Days 4 Nights Yangon, Golden Rock, Bago + Mandalay Tour  (Bright Package)

Travel via an open truck for an authentic local experience and visit the unique Golden Rock Pagoda, a major pilgrimage site for the local Buddhiststhat offers spectacular views, especially magical at sunrise and sunset.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. As it is a big country, temperatures can vary significantly from area to area.

Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bago’s average temperature is 23.2 °C, while the average rainfall is 1619 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon, Golden Rock and Bago experience long and constant rainfall from June to August, with Golden Rock becoming misty and cold. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. End your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Golden Rock (Breakfast)

Magical Golden Rock
Enjoy a scenic journey to Golden Rock base camp and transfer to transit junction with an open truck for an authentic local experience. Once you arrive at Golden Rock Pagoda, a major pilgrimage site for the local Buddhists, you can immerse in a spectacular view, especially magical at sunrise and sunset.

 

Day 3: Golden Rock – Bago – Yangon (Breakfast)

Mystical Bago
Rise and shine for a sunrise stroll. After breakfast, return to base camp to take a tour to Bago, capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century and a town steeped in legend. Visit the local market, Shwemawdaw Pagoda and the 55-metre long reclining Shwethalyaung Buddha. Thereafter, proceed to Yangon. Stop by Allied War Memorial Cemetery, the final resting place of Allied soldiers who perished during the World War II campaign in Myanmar.

 

Day 4: Yangon – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay, a city of great cultural importance. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 5: Mandalay – Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Back to Yangon
Morning domestic flight to Yangon airport to connect for homebound flight

 

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Myanmar Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay + Mingun 6 Days 5 Nights Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay + Mingun Tour  (Sheen Package)

Tour downtown Yangon - the historic Post Office, Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument - and visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos of the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge and Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

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Shwedagon Pagoda


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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Round off your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Beautiful Bagan
Morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. Climb to the top of the temple for magical sunset views.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Irrawaddy River – Bagan (Breakfast)

Scenic Irrawaddy
See most Myanmar people’s real way of life by visiting villages near Bagan. Explore Bagan from a different perspective as you travel on a pony cart. Transfer to jetty and enjoy fabulous views as you cruise down the Irrawaddy River to Shwezigon Pagoda. Catch the spectacular sunset from the boat to end off your day.

 

Day 4: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery and continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 5: Mandalay – Irrawaddy River – Mingun – Mandalay – Yangon (Breakfast)

Glimpse of Irrawaddy
Take a boat trip up Irrawaddy River to Mingun. Visit the Mingun Bell, Hsinbyume Pagoda and the unfinished Mingun Paya. Take a stroll through Mingun where local craftsmen craft artistic items like traditional basketry. After returning to Mandalay, visit the ruins of the Royal Palace. Transfer to the airport for your evening domestic flight to Yangon.

 

Day 6: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

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Tour downtown Yangon - the historic Post Office, Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument - and visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos of the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge and Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm. Inle’s average temperature is 26.8 °C, while the average rainfall is 894 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. End your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Beautiful Bagan
Morning domestic flight to Bagan and start your tour of the town. Immerse in the bustling market atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. Climb to the top of the temple for magical sunset views.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Irrawaddy River – Bagan (Breakfast)

Scenic Irrawaddy
See most Myanmar people’s real way of life by visiting villages near Bagan. Explore Bagan from a different perspective as you explore the area with a pony cart, which can explore areas that cars are unable to enter. Transfer to jetty where a private wooden river boat is waiting. Enjoy fabulous views as you cruise down the Irrawaddy River to Shwezigon Pagoda. Catch the spectacular sunset from the boat to end off your day.

 

Day 4: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 5: Mandalay – Irrawaddy River – Mingun – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Glimpse of Irrawaddy
Enjoy a boat trip up Irrawaddy River to Mingun. Visit the Mingun Bell, world’s largest intact bronze bell that weighs more than 87 tons. View the unfinished Mingun Paya, which was built with the intention of being the world’s biggest pagoda, and the Hsinbyume Pagoda, a white-washed temple built to resemble Mount Meru. Take a stroll through Mingun where local craftsmen craft traditional basketry and other artistic items. After returning to Mandalay, visit the ruins of the Royal Palace. End your day with a commanding view of the city from the Mandalay Hill.

 

Day 6: Mandalay – Heho – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Tranquil Inle Lake
Take a domestic flight to Heho, gateway to Inle Lake. Proceed to NyaungShwe for a transfer to the hotel. Enjoy a private boat tour at Inle Lake. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in southern Shan State. Marvel at the local handicrafts, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and traditional blacksmith methods along the way. Discover the Shan and Intha villages on the river banks. Pass the endless floating gardens, houses and monasteries built on stilts. Proceed to Nampan village to visit a local cheroot factory (where Burmese cigars are made) and see canoe carving.

 

Day 7: Inle Lake – Indein – Yangon (Breakfast)

Cultural Inle Lake
Visit the market where hill tribe people dress in colorful, traditional outfits as they barter. Continue sightseeing in Inle Lake by boat. Visit Indein village and walk though exotic colonnades of stairways and shop stalls. Visit the “long neck” tribal women and weaving and craft villages perched on stilts. See the lake’s unique “leg rowers” – the Intha people row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar. Transfer to the airport for your late afternoon domestic flight to Yangon.

 

Day 8: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Yangon Market Shopping
After breakfast, if time permits, enjoy a visit to the sprawling Scott Market, where you will find interesting Burmese souvenirs, from lacquer ware to gems and jewelry. Take departure transfer to Yangon airport for homebound flight.

 

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Tour downtown Yangon - the historic Post Office, Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument - and visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos of the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge and Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Inle’s average temperature is 26.8 °C, while the average rainfall is 894 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. End your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Beautiful Bagan
Morning domestic flight to Bagan and start your tour of the town. Immerse in the bustling market atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. Climb to the top of the temple for magical sunset views.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Irrawaddy River – Bagan (Breakfast)

Scenic Irrawaddy
See most Myanmar people’s real way of life by visiting villages near Bagan. Explore Bagan from a different perspective as you explore the area with a pony cart, which can explore areas that cars are unable to enter. Transfer to jetty where a private wooden river boat is waiting. Enjoy fabulous views as you cruise down the Irrawaddy River to Shwezigon Pagoda. Catch the spectacular sunset from the boat to end off your day.

 

Day 4: Bagan – Salay – Mount Popa – Bagan (Breakfast)

Wondrous Mount Popa
Explore a colorful morning market at Chauk, en route to Salay. Upon arrival at Salay, learn more about monastic life, Burmese Buddhism and Salay’s unique architectural style. Among the sights you will visit is Yoke Sone Kyaung monastery, one of the oldest wooden halls in the area. Thereafter, head to Mount Popa, which is an extinct volcano standing 1518 meters high. Be treated to remarkable views as you have lunch at Popa Mountain Resort. Mount Popa’s shrine is dedicated to the worship of 37 Nats, the Burmese ancient animist spirits. Learn about nats and nat worship as you climb the stairs to the top and finish your day tour with an impressive view over the Myingyan Plain from the volcanic peak.

 

Day 5: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 6: Mandalay – Heho – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Tranquil Inle Lake
Take a domestic flight to Heho, gateway to Inle Lake. Proceed to NyaungShwe for a transfer to the hotel. Enjoy a private boat tour at Inle Lake. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in southern Shan State. Marvel at the local handicrafts, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and traditional blacksmith methods along the way. Discover the Shan and Intha villages on the river banks. Pass the endless floating gardens, houses and monasteries built on stilts. Proceed to Nampan village to visit a local cheroot factory (where Burmese cigars are made) and see canoe carving.

 

Day 7: Inle Lake – Indein – Yangon (Breakfast)

Cultural Inle Lake
Visit the market where hill tribe people dress in colorful, traditional outfits as they barter. Continue sightseeing in Inle Lake by boat. Visit Indein village and walk though exotic colonnades of stairways and shop stalls. Visit the “long neck” tribal women and weaving and craft villages perched on stilts. See the lake’s unique “leg rowers” – the Intha people row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar. Transfer to the airport for your late afternoon domestic flight to Yangon.

 

Day 8: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Yangon Market Shopping
After breakfast, if time permits, enjoy a visit to the sprawling Scott Market, where you will find interesting Burmese souvenirs, from lacquer ware to gems and jewelry. Take departure transfer to Yangon airport for homebound flight.

 

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Get to know Inle Lake by discovering Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the Shan and Intha villages on the river banks, the endless floating gardens, houses and monasteries built on stilts, and a local cheroot factory and canoe carving at Nampan village via a boat tour.

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Shwedagon Pagoda


Bagan Sunset

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm. Inle’s average temperature is 26.8 °C, while the average rainfall is 894 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. End your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Beautiful Bagan
Morning domestic flight to Bagan and start your tour of the town. Immerse in the bustling market atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. Climb to the top of the temple for magical sunset views.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Salay – Mount Popa – Bagan (Breakfast)

Wondrous Mount Popa
Explore a colorful morning market at Chauk, en route to Salay. Upon arrival at Salay, learn more about monastic life, Burmese Buddhism and Salay’s unique architectural style. Among the sights you will visit is Yoke Sone Kyaung monastery, one of the oldest wooden halls in the area. Thereafter, head to Mount Popa, which is an extinct volcano standing 1518 meters high. Be treated to remarkable views as you have lunch at Popa Mountain Resort. Mount Popa’s shrine is dedicated to the worship of 37 Nats, the Burmese ancient animist spirits. Learn about nats and nat worship as you climb the stairs to the top and be rewarded with an impressive view over the Myingyan Plain from the volcanic peak.

 

Day 4: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 5: Mandalay – Irrawaddy River – Mingun – Sagaing – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Glimpse of Irrawaddy
Take a boat trip up Irrawaddy River to Mingun, home to the impressive Mingun Bell and the unfinished Mingun Paya. Explore Ava and cross Ayeyawaddy River over Ava Bridge to visit Sagaing Hill where there are about six hundred monasteries. Stop by silverware and clay pot making village shops and a nunnery to learn the daily life of Buddhist nuns. Enjoy the sunset from the top of Sagaing Hill.

 

Day 6: Mandalay – Heho – Pindaya – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Stunning Inle Lake
Take a morning domestic flight to Heho. Proceed to Pindaya, most famous for its limestone caves. Visit a quaint village where you will discover friendly locals as well as skilled craftsmen and women either weaving cotton, bamboo mats or making brooms. Take a trip to the west part of Pindaya to visit the famous caves. Proceed to NyaungShwe where you will sample the local wine at Red Mountain Estate, one of Myanmar’s top vineyards. Tour the picturesque grounds and vines, complemented by the stunning backdrop of the Shan Mountains and Inle Lake.

 

Day 7: Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Tranquil Inle Lake
Enjoy a private boat tour at Inle Lake. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in southern Shan State. Marvel at the local handicrafts, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and traditional blacksmith methods along the way. Discover the Shan and Intha villages on the river banks. Pass the endless floating gardens, houses and monasteries built on stilts. Proceed to Nampan village to visit a local cheroot factory (where Burmese cigars are made) and see canoe carving.

 

Day 8: Inle Lake – Heho – Yangon (Breakfast)

Multi-cultural Yangon
Take a morning domestic flight to Yangon. Visit the sprawling Scott Market, where you will find interesting Burmese souvenirs, from lacquer ware to gems and jewelry. Drive through the city and observe the influences of other cultures through various religious sites such as St Mary's Cathedral, Sule Paya and Rangoon Synagogue, where you will meet with Trustee of the Synagogue to learn about the Jewish life in Myanmar. End your tour with a visit to Little India and Chinatown.

 

Day 9: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

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Enjoy a scenic driveto NyaungShwe and get to know Inle Lake by discovering Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, Jumping Cat Monastery, a local cheroot factory and canoe carving at Nampan village, the local market and the Indein and Intha villages via boat tours.

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Shwedagon Pagoda


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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. As it is a big country, temperatures can vary significantly from area to area.

Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm. Pindaya’s average temperature is 19.5 °C, while the average rainfall is 1921 mm. Inle’s average temperature is 26.8 °C, while the average rainfall is 894 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. End your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Beautiful Bagan
Morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. Climb to the top of the temple for magical sunset views.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Salay – Mount Popa – Bagan (Breakfast)

Wondrous Mount Popa
Explore a colorful morning market at Chauk, en route to Salay. Upon arrival at Salay, learn more about monastic life, Burmese Buddhism and Salay’s unique architectural style. Among the sights you will visit is Yoke Sone Kyaung monastery. Thereafter, head to Mount Popa, which is an extinct volcano standing 1518 meters high. Be treated to remarkable views as you have lunch at Popa Mountain Resort. Mount Popa’s shrine is dedicated to the worship of 37 Nats, the Burmese ancient animist spirits. Learn about nats and nat worship as you climb the stairs to the top and be rewarded with an impressive view over the Myingyan Plain from the volcanic peak.

 

Day 4: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 5: Mandalay – Irrawaddy River – Mingun – Sagaing – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Glimpse of Irrawaddy
Take a boat trip up Irrawaddy River to Mingun, home to the impressive Mingun Bell and the unfinished Mingun Paya. Explore Ava and cross Ayeyawaddy River over Ava Bridge to visit Sagaing Hill where there are about six hundred monasteries. Stop by silverware and clay pot making village shops and a nunnery to learn the daily life of Buddhist nuns. Enjoy the sunset from the top of Sagaing Hill.

 

Day 6: Mandalay – Pyin Oo Lwin – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Colonial Pyin Oo Lwin
Visit Pyin Oo Lwin’s local market where there is a colorful array of merchandise including locally-produced jams and fruit wines. Enjoy a traditional horse and carriage ride through town to see the historical houses including Candacraig, and alight at the Botanical Gardens to take a relaxing walk through the beautifully-landscaped gardens.

 

Day 7: Mandalay – Heho – Pindaya – Kalaw (Breakfast)

Stunning Inle Lake
Take a morning domestic flight to Heho. Proceed to Pindaya and visit a quaint village where you will discover skilled craftsmen weaving cotton, bamboo mats and making brooms. Take a trip to the west part of Pindaya to visit the famous Pindaya Cave. Visit a local craft shop that produces paper from mulberry trees.

 

Day 8: Kalaw – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Tranquil Inle Lake
Enjoy a scenic drive to NyaungShwe and take a private boat tour at Inle Lake. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in southern Shan State. Be enthralled by cats trained by local monks to jump through hoops at a unique monastery now affectionately known as the Jumping Cat Monastery. Proceed to Nampan village to visit a local cheroot factory (where Burmese cigars are made) and see canoe carving.

 

Day 9: Inle Lake – Indein – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Cultural Inle Lake
Visit the market where hill tribe people dress in colorful, traditional outfits as they barter. Continue sightseeing in Inle Lake by boat. Visit Indein village and walk though exotic colonnades of stairways and shop stalls. Visit the “long neck” tribal women and weaving and craft villages perched on stilts. See the lake’s unique “leg rowers” – the Intha people row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar.

 

Day 10: Inle Lake – Heho – Yangon (Breakfast)

Multi-cultural Yangon
Take a morning domestic flight to Yangon. Visit the sprawling Scott Market, where you will find interesting Burmese souvenirs. Drive through the city and observe the influences of other cultures through various religious sites such as St Mary's Cathedral, Sule Paya and Rangoon Synagogue, where you will meet with Trustee of the Synagogue to learn about the Jewish life in Myanmar. End your tour with a visit to Little India and Chinatown.

 

Day 11: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

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Be introduced to the beauty of Myanmar in this tour of Yangon and Bagan, as you visit Yangon’s downtown, Chinatown, Little India, and royal and religious sites, as well as Bagan’s important pagodas and temples, villages and market. The most interesting highlight of the package is probably a pony cart ride which gains you access to areas that cars are unable to enter and allows you to explore Bagan from a different perspective.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

City Highlights Tour of Yangon
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. After check-in at your hotel, you will start your private downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha with traditional symbols carved at the feet. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Catch the spectacular sunset from Shwedagon Pagoda, known for its glittering gold stupa, to end off your day.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Architectural Tour of Bagan
Take a morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a vibrant local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. Climb to the top of the temple to watch the sun set behind the ancient pagodas.

 

Day 3: Bagan –  Yangon (Breakfast)

Local Lifestyle Tour of Bagan
Get insights in the culture and local lifestyle by visiting villages near Bagan. Explore Bagan from a different perspective as you travel on a pony cart which gains you access to areas that cars are unable to enter. Transfer to the airport for your late afternoon domestic flight to Yangon.

 

Day 4: Yangon (Breakfast)

Multi-cultural Tour of Yangon
Visit the sprawling Scott Market, where you will find interesting Burmese souvenirs from lacquerware to gems and jewelry. Drive through the city and observe the influences of other cultures through various religious sites such as St Mary's Cathedral, Sule Paya and Rangoon Synagogue, where you will meet with Trustee of the Synagogue to learn about the Jewish life in Myanmar. End your tour with a stroll through Little India and Chinatown.

 

Day 5: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

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Enjoy an authentic local experience as you travel to Golden Rock Pagoda, a major pilgrimage site for the local Buddhists on an open truck. You will also tour Yangon’s city highlights, Bagan’s pagodas and temples, and Bago, capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century and a town steeped in legend. Get ready for an adventure filled with cultural enrichment and magical wonderment.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

City Highlights Tour of Yangon
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. After check-in at your hotel, you will start your private downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha with traditional symbols carved at the feet. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Catch the fabulous sunset from Shwedagon Pagoda, known for its glittering gold stupa, to end the day.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Architectural Tour of Bagan
Take an early morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. In the late afternoon, climb to the top of the temple to watch the sun set behind the ancient pagodas.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Yangon – Golden Rock (Breakfast)

Magical Tour of Golden Rock
Transfer to the airport for your morning domestic flight to Yangon. Upon arrival at the airport, your tour guide and driver will pick you up for a 5-hour drive via Bago. Enjoy a scenic journey to Golden Rock base camp and upon arrival in the afternoon, take a 1-hour transfer to transit junction with an open truck ride for an authentic local experience. Once you arrive at the legendary Golden Rock Pagoda, a small pagoda built on top of a boulder on a steep cliff and a major pilgrimage site for the local Buddhists, you can immerse in a spectacular view, especially magical at sunrise and sunset.

 

Day 4: Golden Rock – Bago – Yangon (Breakfast)

Mystical Tour of Bago
Rise and shine for a sunrise stroll. After breakfast, take the truck to return to base camp before proceeding to Bago, capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century and a town steeped in legend. Visit the local market, Shwemawdaw Pagoda and the 55-metre long reclining Shwethalyaung Buddha, one of the country’s most impressive statues. Thereafter, return to Yangon. Stop by Allied War Memorial Cemetery, the final resting place of Allied soldiers who perished during the World War II campaign in Myanmar.

 

Day 5: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

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5 Days 4 Nights Yangon, Bagan + Inle Lake Tour  (Relic Package) 5 Days 4 Nights Yangon, Bagan + Inle Lake Tour  (Relic Package)

A full day private boat tour awaits at Inle Lake. You will visit important religious sites, enjoy wonderful cultural immersion and marvel at intriguing floating gardens, houses and monasteries built on stilts. Not only will you see the “long neck” tribal women and unique “leg rowers” – people who row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar on this tour package, you will also view the highlights of Yangon and Bagan.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

City Highlights Tour of Yangon
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. After check-in at your hotel, you will start your private downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha with traditional symbols carved at the feet. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Catch the fabulous sunset from Shwedagon Pagoda, known for its glittering gold stupa, to end the day.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Architectural Tour of Bagan
Take an early morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. In the late afternoon, climb to the top of the temple to watch the sun set behind the ancient pagodas.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Heho – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Scenic Tour of Inle Lake
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Heho, gateway to Inle Lake. Enjoy a full day private boat tour at Inle lake. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in southern Shan State. Marvel at the local handicrafts, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and traditional blacksmith methods along the way. Discover the Shan and Intha villages on the riverbanks. Pass the intriguing floating gardens, houses and monasteries built on stilts. Stop by Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery before proceeding to Nampan village to visit a local cheroot factory (where Burmese cigars are made) and see canoe carving.

 

Day 4: Inle Lake – Indein – Yangon (Breakfast)

Cultural Tour of Inle Lake
Resume sightseeing at Inle Lake by boat and watch farmers cultivate their produce in “floating gardens”. Make a stop at Indein village and walk though exotic colonnades of stairways and shops. See the “long necktribal women and weaving and craft villages on stilts. Behold the lake’s unique “leg rowers” – the Intha people row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar, Inle Lake’s iconic sight. Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Yangon.

 

Day 5: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Yangon airport for homebound flight.

 

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5 Days 4 Nights Yangon, Bagan + Irrawaddy Tour  (Stupa Package) 5 Days 4 Nights Yangon, Bagan + Irrawaddy Tour  (Stupa Package)

This tour package covers everything from a downtown tour to a pony cart ride to a private wooden boat ride down Irrawaddy River. You will visit Yangon’s highlights, gain insights in the local culture and lifestyle by visiting villages and view architectural masterpieces at Bagan and Irrawaddy River. Lots of beautiful sunset views await.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

City Highlights Tour of Yangon
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. After check-in at your hotel, you will start your private downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Catch the spectacular sunset from Shwedagon Pagoda, known for its glittering gold stupa, to end off your day.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Architectural Tour of Bagan
Take a morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a vibrant local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. Climb to the top of the temple to watch the sun set behind the ancient pagodas

 

Day 3: Bagan – Irrawaddy – Bagan (Breakfast)

Local Lifestyle Tour of Bagan
Gain insights in the culture and local lifestyle by visiting villages near Bagan. Take a ride on a pony cart which gets you access to areas that cars are unable to enter. Take a late afternoon transfer to the jetty where your private wooden river boat awaits. Cruise down the Irrawaddy River to Shwezigon Pagoda and round off your day with a fantastic view of sunset from the boat.

 

Day 4: Bagan – Yangon (Breakfast)

Multi-cultural Tour of Yangon
Transfer to the airport for your morning domestic flight to Yangon. Visit the sprawling Scott Market, where you will find interesting Burmese souvenirs. Drive through the city and observe the influences of other cultures through various religious sites such as St Mary's Cathedral, Sule Paya and Rangoon Synagogue, where you will meet with Trustee of the Synagogue to learn about the Jewish life in Myanmar. End your tour with a stroll through Little India and Chinatown.

 

Day 5: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Yangon airport for homebound flight.

 

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6 Days 5 Nights Yangon, Bagan + Golden Rock Tour  (Ancient Package) 6 Days 5 Nights Yangon, Bagan + Golden Rock Tour  (Ancient Package)

Enjoy an authentic local experience as you travel to Golden Rock Pagoda, a major pilgrimage site for the local Buddhists on an open truck. You will also tour Yangon’s city highlights, Bagan’s pagodas and temples, and Bago, capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century and a town steeped in legend. Get ready for an adventure filled with cultural enrichment and magical wonderment.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

City Highlights Tour of Yangon
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. After check-in at your hotel, you will start your private downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha with traditional symbols carved at the feet. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Catch the fabulous sunset from Shwedagon Pagoda, known for its glittering gold stupa, to end the day

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Architectural Tour of Bagan
Take an early morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. In the late afternoon, climb to the top of the temple to watch the sun set behind the ancient pagodas.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Irrawaddy – Bagan (Breakfast)

Local Lifestyle Tour of Bagan
Gain insights in the culture and local lifestyle by visiting villages near Bagan. Take a ride on a pony cart which gets you access to areas that cars are unable to enter. Take a late afternoon transfer to the jetty where your private wooden river boat awaits. Cruise down the Irrawaddy River to Shwezigon Pagoda and round off your day with a fantastic view of sunset from the boat.

 

Day 4: Bagan – Yangon – Golden Rock (Breakfast)

Magical Tour of Golden Rock
Transfer to the airport for your morning domestic flight to Yangon. Upon arrival at the airport, your tour guide and driver will pick you up for a 5-hour drive via Bago. Enjoy a scenic journey to Golden Rock base camp and upon arrival in the afternoon, take a 1-hour transfer to transit junction with an open truck ride for an authentic local experience. Once you arrive at the legendary Golden Rock Pagoda, a small pagoda built on top of a boulder on a steep cliff and a major pilgrimage site for the local Buddhists, you can immerse in a spectacular view, especially magical at sunrise and sunset

 

Day 5: Golden Rock – Bago – Yangon (Breakfast)

Mystical Tour of Bago
Rise and shine for a sunrise stroll. After breakfast, take the truck to return to base camp before proceeding to Bago, capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century and a town steeped in legend. Visit the local market, Shwemawdaw Pagoda and the 55-metre long reclining Shwethalyaung Buddha, one of the country’s most impressive statues. Thereafter, return to Yangon. Stop by Allied War Memorial Cemetery, the final resting place of Allied soldiers who perished during the World War II campaign in Myanmar.

 

Day 6: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Yangon airport for homebound flight.

 

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6 Days 5 Nights Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay + Inle Lake Tour  (Shrine Package) 6 Days 5 Nights Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay + Inle Lake Tour  (Shrine Package)

Instagram-worthy places are aplenty in this private tour package – Yangon’s buildings with colonial charm, Bagan’s amazing pagodas, Mandalay’s 200-year-old teak bridge, and Inle Lake’s floating gardens, “long neck” tribal women and “leg rowers”, people who row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar. You will also discover many of the locals’ skills and traditions; gold leaf making, wood, marble and canoe carving, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and blacksmith methods.

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Shwedagon Pagoda


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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

City Highlights Tour of Yangon
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. After check-in at your hotel, you will start your private downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha with traditional symbols carved at the feet. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Observe local pilgrims and monks putting up their offerings at Shwedagon Pagoda, known for its glittering gold stupa, before catching the fabulous sunset view at the pagoda to end the day.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Architectural Tour of Bagan
Take an early morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. In the late afternoon, climb to the top of the temple to get ready to catch the sunset. Sit back and relax as you watch the sun slowly sets behind the ancient pagodas.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Tour of Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery, famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 4: Mandalay – Heho – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Scenic Tour of Inle Lake
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Heho, gateway to Inle Lake. Drive to NyaungShwe where you will pick your boat. After check-in at your hotel, enjoy a full day private boat tour at Inle lake. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in southern Shan State. Marvel at the local handicrafts, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and traditional blacksmith methods along the way. Discover the Shan and Intha villages on the riverbanks, and view the intriguing floating gardens, houses and monasteries built on stilts. Proceed to Nampan village to visit a local cheroot factory (where Burmese cigars are made) and see canoe carving.

 

Day 5: Inle Lake – Indein – Yangon (Breakfast)

Cultural Tour of Inle Lake
Visit the market where hill tribe people barter for goods. Resume sightseeing at Inle Lake, with your boat navigating through scenic channels. Make a stop at Indein village and walk though exotic colonnades of stairways and shops. See the “long necktribal women and weaving and craft villages on stilts. Behold the lake’s unique “leg rowers” – the Intha people row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar, Inle Lake’s iconic sight. Transfer to the airport for your late afternoon domestic flight to Yangon

 

Day 6: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

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7 Days 6 Nights Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay + Inle Lake + Golden Rock Tour  (Sanctuary Package) 7 Days 6 Nights Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay + Inle Lake + Golden Rock Tour  (Sanctuary Package)

Get the most out of your holiday to Myanmar, as you catch its best sights on this week-long journey. From Yangon’s city highlights and Bagan’s architectural marvels to beautiful scenery and intriguing culture and traditions at Mandalay, Inle Lake and Golden Rock, this private tour package takes care of all. At the end of the trip, you will truly understand why many are flocking to this hidden gem of Southeast Asia.

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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm. Inle’s average temperature is 26.8 °C, while the average rainfall is 894 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

City Highlights Tour of Yangon
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. After check-in at your hotel, you will start your private downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha with traditional symbols carved at the feet. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Observe local pilgrims and monks putting up their offerings at Shwedagon Pagoda, known for its glittering gold stupa, before catching the fabulous sunset view at the pagoda to end the day.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Architectural Tour of Bagan
Take an early morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. In the late afternoon, climb to the top of the temple to get ready to catch the sunset. Sit back and relax as you watch the sun slowly sets behind the ancient pagodas.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Tour of Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 4: Mandalay – Heho – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Scenic Tour of Inle Lake
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Heho, gateway to Inle Lake. Drive to NyaungShwe where you will pick your boat. After check-in at your hotel, enjoy a full day private boat tour at Inle lake. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in southern Shan State. Marvel at the local handicrafts, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and traditional blacksmith methods along the way. Discover the Shan and Intha villages on the riverbanks, and view the intriguing floating gardens, houses and monasteries built on stilts. Proceed to Nampan village to visit a local cheroot factory (where Burmese cigars are made) and see canoe carving.

 

Day 5: Inle Lake – Yangon – Golden Rock (Breakfast)

Magical Tour of Golden Rock
Take a morning domestic flight to Yangon. Upon arrival at the airport, your tour guide and driver will pick you up for a 5-hour drive via Bago. Enjoy a scenic journey to Golden Rock base camp and upon arrival, take a 1-hour transfer to transit junction with an open truck ride for an authentic local experience. Once you arrive at the legendary Golden Rock Pagoda, a small pagoda built on top of a boulder on a steep cliff and a major pilgrimage site for the local Buddhists, you can immerse in a spectacular view, especially magical at sunrise and sunset.

 

Day 6: Golden Rock – Bago – Yangon (Breakfast)

Mystical Tour of Bago
Rise and shine for a sunrise stroll. After breakfast, take the truck to return to base camp before proceeding to Bago, capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century and a town steeped in legend. Visit the local market, Shwemawdaw Pagoda and the 55-metre long reclining Shwethalyaung Buddha, one of the country’s most impressive statues. Thereafter, return to Yangon. Stop by Allied War Memorial Cemetery, the final resting place of Allied soldiers who perished during the World War II campaign in Myanmar.

 

Day 7: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

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 South Africa Cape6 Days 5 Nights South Africa Adventure Tour Package

Visit Cullinan Diamond Mine, the famous mine for rare blue diamonds, Pretoria city tour, adventurous open 4WD game drive at Entabeni Safari Conservancy, game drives at Entabeni Game Reserve, Cape Point Nature Reserve, visiting the Light House at Cape Point with a funicular, and many more!

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South Africa6 Days 5 Nights South Africa Classic Tour Package

Visit Gold Reef City for a mining and gold pouring demonstration, Nelson Mandela Square, Africa’s premier shopping district, Pretoria city tour, visiting Church Square, Statue of Paul Kruger and many more. You will also enjoy early morning game drives at Pilanesberg Game Reserve before departing for Cape Town.

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 South Africa Kruger6 Days 5 Nights South Africa Hidden Secrets Tour Package

Arrive Johannesburg Airport and transfer for Pretoria for a city tour. On Day 2, proceed for your Kruger National Park Game Drive Experience and see if you can spot South Africa’s “Big 5”. Early morning game drives at Kruger National Park before departing for Cape Town on domestic flight. On Day 5, depart for Hout Bay for a cruise to Seal Island- home to thousands of seals then visit Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

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Australia Adelaide City 4 Days 3 Nights Adelaide City + 1 Flexi Tour

As you search for Australia holiday packages, consider visiting the multicultural Adelaide, one of the most liveable cities in the world. This Adelaide holiday package brings you on a tour of Adelaide city, and for the following day, allows you to choose among 3 tour options; Victor Harbour & McLaren Vale with Lunch tour, Grand Barossa Valley with Hahndorf tour or Best of McLaren Vales tour.

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Elegant Parliament House

Grand Barossa Valley

McLaren Vale

St Peter Cathedral

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Adelaide experiences mild winters and a warm, dry summer. It has an average maximum temperature of 29°C (84.2°F) in summer and 15 - 16°C (59 - 60.8°F) in winter. Plan ahead with the information below on temperature and rainfall.

 

Summer (December – February)

During summer, average temperatures range from 16.7 - 28.6°C (62 - 83.5°F) and rainfall is sparse. Occasionally temperatures can soar to 40°C (104°F). Adelaide enjoys the lowest humidity of any Australian city. 

 

Autumn (March – May)

In autumn, the weather is pleasant with average temperatures between 12.7 - 22.7°C (55 - 73°F) and very little rainfall. The city and countryside take on a red, orange and golden hue.

 

Winter (June – August)

In winter, average temperatures drop to between 8 - 16°C (46.5 - 60.8°F), and frosts are common in the nearby Adelaide Hills. June is the wettest month, averaging around 80 mm (3.1″), however Adelaide is the driest of all the Australian capitals.

 

Spring (September – November)

Spring sees weather warm up with average temperatures between 11.8 - 22°C (53.2 - 71.6°F). Rainfall is low but evenings can be quite brisk as temperatures drop quickly.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Adelaide (No meal)

Morning Adelaide City Tour

Welcome to Adelaide! Upon arrival at the airport, make your own way to Adelaide hotel.  

 

Day 2: Adelaide (Breakfast)

Morning Adelaide City Tour
Today city tour includes: Classic Victoria Square - heart of the city; Cosmopolitan Gouger Street - home to Chinatown, great restaurants and bars; Grand Boulevard of King William, Street with Beehive Corner at Rundle Mall; The terraces - north, south, east and west that separate the city from the greenbelts; River Torrens - picturesque garden banks; Elegant Parliament House; State Library; Trinity Church - Adelaide’s oldest church; St Peter’s Cathedral; stunning Adelaide Oval – one of Australia most notable cricket grounds and many more.  

 

Day 3: Adelaide (Breakfast, Lunch)

Choice of 1 Tour from 3 Options
Option 1: Victor Harbour & McLaren Vale Tour with Lunch (Departs Wed & Sat) Tour through scenic Mt Lofty Ranges dotted with small villages and spectacular view, discover historic Strathalbyn on the Angas River, view the river Port of Goolwa where the Murray River meets the lakes and sea. Tour the picturesque coastal towns including Port Elliot and stunning Horseshoe Bay and delightful Victor Harbour on Encounter Bay. After that, enjoy a delicious 3-course carvery lunch. After lunch, free time to explore the town. Visit McLaren Vale, the wine region with its vineyards, leafy olive and almond groves and old stone wineries. 

Option 2: Grand Barossa Valley Tour with Hahndorf (Departs Daily) The world famous wine region of the Barossa Valley is steeped in history and German Heritage, swathed in rolling landscapes of vines, orchards, pasture and bushland and full of great characters. Discover the rich bounty of the Adelaide Hills with its charming villages, so close to the city. Explore the enchanting town of historic Hahndorf with its unique Bavarian ambiance. Enjoy sumptuous 2-course lunch at Barossa Chateau and wine tasting at wineries. 

Option 3: Best of McLaren Vales Tour (Departs Thu & Sat)  Follow the coastline and view the gleaming white sands and crystal waters off Port Noarlunga. Enter McLaren Vale and be surrounded by hills and valleys covered in vines, famous wineries and old colonial homes. Relax and chat over fine cuisine for lunch. Visit one of Australia’s most famous wineries for a special exclusive tasting in the Stables Wine Immersion Centre.  

 

Day 4: Departure from Adelaide (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer (self-arrangement) to Adelaide airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Adelaide City 4 Days 3 Nights Adelaide City Panda + Kangaroo Island

This Adelaide Australia tour package showcases Adelaide city where you will visit Classic Victoria Square, Adelaide Oval and Rundle Mall, to name a few. You will also visit Adelaide Zoo and Kangaroo Island, as well as enjoy not one, but two cruise tours.

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Elegant Parliament House

Kangeroo Island

Adelaide Zoo

St Peter Cathedral

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Adelaide experiences mild winters and a warm, dry summer. It has an average maximum temperature of 29°C (84.2°F) in summer and 15 - 16°C (59 - 60.8°F) in winter. Plan ahead with the information below on temperature and rainfall.

Summer (December – February)

During summer, average temperatures range from 16.7 - 28.6°C (62 - 83.5°F) and rainfall is sparse. Occasionally temperatures can soar to 40°C (104°F). Adelaide enjoys the lowest humidity of any Australian city. 

 

Autumn (March – May)

In autumn, the weather is pleasant with average temperatures between 12.7 - 22.7°C (55 - 73°F) and very little rainfall. The city and countryside take on a red, orange and golden hue.

 

Winter (June – August)

In winter, average temperatures drop to between 8 - 16°C (46.5 - 60.8°F), and frosts are common in the nearby Adelaide Hills. June is the wettest month, averaging around 80 mm (3.1″), however Adelaide is the driest of all the Australian capitals.

 

Spring (September – November)

Spring sees weather warm up with average temperatures between 11.8 - 22°C (53.2 - 71.6°F). Rainfall is low but evenings can be quite brisk as temperatures drop quickly.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Adelaide (No meal)

Free & Easy
Welcome to Adelaide! Upon arrival at the Adelaide airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel.

 

Day 2: Adelaide (Breakfast)

Adelaide City Tour, River Cruise & Pandas
Highlights of today tour includes: Classic Victoria Square - heart of the city; Cosmopolitan Gouger Street - home to Chinatown, great restaurants and bars; Grand Boulevard of King William, Street with Beehive Corner at Rundle Mall; The terraces - north, south, east and west that separate the city from the greenbelts; River Torrens - picturesque garden banks; Elegant Parliament House; State Library; Trinity Church - Adelaide’s oldest church; St Peter’s Cathedral; stunning Adelaide Oval - one of Australia’s most notable cricket grounds and houses the Bradman collection and many more. Next board the famous ‘Pop-Eye’ for a truly memorable scenic cruise on the Torrens River with picturesque scenery and prolific birdlife provide the beautiful backdrop to the city.  Adelaide Zoo is dedicated to conservation and public education about the habitat of animals and endangered species. Explore the zoo where you can view the giant pandas at your leisure. 

 

Day 3: Adelaide (Breakfast, Lunch)

Kangaroo Island Tour, Cruise
Kangaroo Island is a treasure island of renowned natural beauty. You will discover its awesome beauty, rugged un-spoilt wilderness and abundance of marine wildlife and seabirds as well as wallaby, goanna, echidna, koala and kangaroo. Pass through the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula on your way to Cape Jervis; cruise across Backstairs Passage to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island; walk amongst wild seals as they laze on the beach and surf the waves into shore; astounding rock formations at Remarkable Rocks.  

 

Day 4: Departure from Adelaide (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Adelaide airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Cairns 4 Days 3 Nights Cairns Taster

This Cairns Australia tour gives you a taster of Cairns’ offerings of nature. You will explore Kuranda rainforest, Australian Butterfly Sanctuary and Koala & Wildlife Park, and enjoy a cruise tour to Green Island where many activities such as fish feeding display, self-guided island walks and semi-submarine coral viewing tour await. You can even choose between a glass bottom boat tour and snokeling for the day.

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Kuranda Rainforest Cable Car

Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience

Green Island

Green Island Snorkelling

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Cairns, in Tropical North Queensland, situated on the edge of the Coral Sea, is billed as the world's safest tropical city. It's modern and stylish with elegant restaurants, shops and nightlife. It's a great place to acclimatise and prepare for your tropical adventure. Cairns sits on a shallow mangrove bay, which often exposes mudflats at low tide, and is enfolded by the rainforest-draped hills of the Great Dividing Range. Several idyllic tropical white sandy bays are to be found to the north of the city, while Kuranda and the Tablelands beckon from the range. This is tropical Australia: romantic palm-fringed beaches, steaming rainforest and the legendary outback coupled with modern luxuries and unforgettable adventures.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Cairns (No meal)

Free & Easy
Welcome to Cairns! Upon arrival at the Cairns airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2: Cairns (Breakfast, BBQ Lunch)

Classic Kuranda (Departs Daily) – Topic Wings > Inclusion: Kuranda Scenic Railway, Kuranda Village, Army Duck Rainforest Tour, Tropical Fruits Orchard, Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience, Koala & Wildlife Park, World Famous BBQ Buffet Lunch, Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
A Kuranda tour with Tropic Wings is the best way to get up and personal with the Kuranda rainforest and the animals which lives in it. Being only 25km northwest of Cairns, Kuranda rainforests are one of the top things to do in Cairns and its outer region. Travel Kuranda Scenic Railway, wind through tunnels and over bridges on this magnificent journey, passing Stoney Creek and Barron Falls. Wander through Kuranda Village, the picturesque Village in the Rainforest. A must see is the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, marvel at the largest butterfly flight aviary in the country. Enjoy a delicious BBQ Buffet Lunch with a wide selection of salads, cheese and fruits. Travel deep into the rainforest on both land and water on the Army Duck Rainforest Tour with Tropical Fruits Orchard. At Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience, watch the Pamagirri Dancers perform in the rainforest amphitheatre, join the Dreamtime Walk, learn to throw a boomerang and watch spear-throwing and didgeridoo playing. At Koala & Wildlife Park, see crocodiles, wombats, snakes, dingoes and cassowary and hand feed kangaroos and wallabies. Next, transfer to Kuranda Skyrail Rainforest Cableway Terminal for an extraordinary bird-eye-view of the rainforest. 

 

Day 3: Cairns (Breakfast, Lunch)

Big Cat Green Island Reef Cruise including Lunch & Semi Submarine + Free Choice of Glass Bottom Boat Tour OR Snorkeling Gear
Board the Big Cat vessel at the Reef Fleet Terminal to commence a full day cruise to Green Island. Big Cat is a modern air-conditioned 35m catamaran which takes just over one hour to cruise to Green Island. Enjoy over 5 hours on Green Island with many activities such as a semi-sub coral viewing tour, the choice of a glass bottom boat tour or snorkeling equipment for the day, a fish feeding display, self-guided island walks or simply relax on the white sandy beach. Enjoy lunch onboard. 

 

Day 4: Departure from Cairns (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Cairns airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Darwin 4 Days 3 Nights Darwin Wondrous

Consider visiting Darwin, Australia’s only tropical capital city, when for Australia holiday packages. This Darwin holiday package showcases the city’s nature at its best. Explore Kakadu National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Center, where you will enjoy a cruise tour on Yellow River Billabong and visit Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Have a wander about Litchfield National Park where you will be rewarded with views of and dips at spectacular waterfalls.

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Kakado National Park

Kakado National Park

Litchfield National Park

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Darwin has plenty to offer all travellers. Innovative museums celebrate the city's past, chairs and tables spill out of street-side restaurants and bars, and galleries showcase the region's rich Indigenous art. Darwin's cosmopolitan mix consists of more than 50 nationalities are represented here − is typified by the wonderful markets held throughout the dry season.

 

Nature is well and truly part of Darwin's backyard − the famous national parks of Kakadu and Litchfield are only a few hours' drive away, and the unique Tiwi Islands are a boat-ride away. For locals the perfect weekend is going fishing for barra (barramundi) in a tinny (small boat) with an esky (cool box) full of beer.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Darwin (No meal)

Free & Easy
Welcome to Darwin! Upon arrival at the Darwin airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2: Darwin (Breakfast, Lunch)

Kakadu National Park Explorer 
Covering an area of more than 19,800km2, World Heritage listed Kakadu is the largest National Park in Australia. The combination of mangrove fringed coastal areas, expansive flood plains, lowland hills, open woodland and forest habitats make Kakadu one of the most diverse landscape you will ever experience. Be amazed at the population of wildlife in the water, on the land and in the air. Kakadu is home to a myriad of animals, hundreds of bird species and thousands of different insects and plants. Marvel at the concentration of rock art sites that illustrates Aboriginal culture found at Kakadu. Next cruise on the Yellow River Billabong, the picturesque yellow waters are home to saltwater crocodiles and colourful birdlife. The Brninj people are the traditional custodians of Kakadu National Park and after lunch you will visit the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre to introduce you to their way of life.

 

Day 3: Darwin (Breakfast, Lunch)

Litchfield National Park Waterfall 
Established in 1986, Litchfield National Park is a truly stunning destination. Here you can take in splendor of thundering falls, rainforest pockets and sacred historic sites. The termite mounds found here are the incredible architectural works of local termites. Complete with arches, tunnels, chimneys and nursery chambers, the mounds will leave you mystified. View the spectacular double waterfalls of Florence Falls from a high vantage point before making your way down the stairs to take a dip in the gorgeous plunge pool. There is also time for an interpretive walk through the scenic bush and monsoon vine forest. Tolmer Falls is one of the three major waterfalls along the western face of the Tabletop Range. You will marvel at the water cascading down into the deep waterhole at the base of the falls, which is home to several colonies of rare ghost bats and orange horseshoe bats. Time for a well-earned break, enjoy lunch at the Litchfield Café. After lunch, proceed to Wangi Falls, a perfect spot to take another dip. 

 

Day 4: Departure from Darwin (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Darwin airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Gold Coast 4 Days 3 Nights Gold Coast 2 Worlds Play

Movie World, Dream World and SkyPoint Observation Deck are covered in this Gold Coast Australia tour package. During your short getaway, you get to have memorable encounters with the “Hollywood Stars”, go on movie-themed and thrilling rides, get up close with native animals, and enjoy spectacular 360 degree views of Gold Coast.

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Movie World

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast (No meal)

Free & Easy
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead. 

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park
Start your adventure with a hearty breakfast at the hotel before heading to Movie World, a popular movie related theme park. Be immersed in Hollywood and have your photo album filled with characters like Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Tweety Bird and various Looney Tunes characters. Minor street shows including skits and singing performances are also present. Be part of the movie action by taking the various movie-themed rides. You will be driven back to your hotel after your memorable encounters with the “Hollywood Stars”.

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Dream World Theme Park | SkyPoint Observation Deck 
After breakfast at your hotel, transfer to Dream World and enjoy a full day of fun at the Australia’s largest theme park with over 40 rides and attractions. Try out thrilling rides or get up close with some native animals. Next proceed to SkyPoint Observation Deck (transfer not provided) for spectacular 360 degree views of Gold Coast before the day ends. 


Day 4: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Gold Coast 4 Days 3 Nights Gold Coast Adventure, Hot Air Ballooning, Sky Diving + Helicopter Tour

Get ready to be filled with adrenaline on this Gold Coast Australia tour, as you have fun at Sea World, experience thrills with no fears at Indoor Sky Diving and join jet boating, helicopter and hot air balloon tours where you will be rewarded with wondrous views of Gold Coast.

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Sea World

Hot Air Balloon

Indoor Sky Diving

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast (No meal)

Free & Easy
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead. 

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Broadwater Adventure Paradise Jet Boating | Sea World Theme Park | Helicopter Tour 
Start your adventure today with Broadwater Adventure Paradise Jet Boating tour to enjoy spectacular suffers paradise skyline views and beautiful scenery. Next,   proceed to Sea World Theme Park. You will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. Thereafter, experience a flight seeing adventure on the Helicopter Tour. 

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Hot Air Ballooning 30 Minutes Tour | Indoor Sky Diving 
After breakfast, proceed to the Hot Air Balloon Tour. Enjoy the beautiful views of mountains and park, see the tall towers of Gold Coast skyline. Next, experience the thrills of sky diving without the fear at the Indoor Sky Diving. 

 

Day 4: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy

Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Gold Coast 4 Days 3 Nights Gold Coast Best of 2 World + Paradise Country Farm

Ideal for family fun, this Gold Coast Australia tour package brings you to Sea World, Movie World and Paradise Country Farm where you can join farm activities like sheep shearing and cow milking, watch a sheep dog demonstration, try boomerang throwing, spot kangaroos and emus, and pose for photographs with koalas. You get to even enjoy a sumptuous BBQ lunch.

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast (BBQ Lunch)

Paradise Country Farm Tour
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous BBQ Lunch.

  

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Sea World Theme Park 
Start your adventure today with Broadwater Adventure Paradise Jet Boating tour to enjoy spectacular suffers paradise skyline views and beautiful scenery. Next, proceed to Sea World Theme Park. You will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. Thereafter, experience a flight seeing adventure on the Helicopter Tour. 

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park 
Today, the tour starts at Movie World Theme Park. You will catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. Go for thrilling rides like Superman Escape, Batwing Spaceshot, Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster, etc. 

 

Day 4: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Gold Coast 4 Days 3 Nights Gold Coast Best of Both Worlds

Sea World and Movie World are covered in this Gold Coast Australia tour package. During your short getaway, you get to have memorable encounters with the “Hollywood Stars”, take various thrilling rides, and watch exciting shows. For an additional fee, you can even swim with the marine life.

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast (BBQ Lunch)

Paradise Country Farm Tour
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead. 

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Sea World Theme Park 
Start your adventure with a hearty breakfast at the hotel before heading to Sea World. Founded by Keith Williams in 1958, it was originally known as the Surfers Paradise Ski Gardens. A year later became known as Sea World with the introduction of dolphins and marine displays. You will be spoilt for choice with the exciting Rides, Shows and Marine Attractions. For an additional fee, you can take part in Animal Adventures where you can swim with Sea World's marine life. Our friendly coach driver will send you back to the hotel after your fun-filled day. 


Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park 

After breakfast at your hotel, your friendly driver will send you to meet your favourite movie characters in Movie World, a popular movie related theme park. Be immersed in Hollywood and have your photo album filled with characters like Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Tweety Bird and various Looney Tunes characters. Minor street shows including skits and singing performances are also present. Be part of the movie action by taking the various movie-themed rides. You will be driven back to your hotel after your memorable encounters with the “Hollywood Stars”.  

 

Day 4: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

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Australia Gold Coast 4 Days 3 Nights Gold Coast Classic Duo Parks

Want to have a balance of farm experience, retail therapy and theme park fun on your Australia vacation trip getway? This tour package to Gold Coast is the one for you. You will visit Paradise Country Farm and shop at Harbour Town. You will also enjoy the flexibility to choose to have fun at Movie World or Sea World, where fun rides and exciting shows await.

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast

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G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead. 

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Paradise Country Farm Tour | Harbour Town Shopping
After breakfast, visit Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous local BBQ lunch. Thereafter transfer to Harbour Town for shopping. 

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Choice of Movie World or Sea World Theme Park
Start your adventure with a hearty breakfast at the hotel. At Movie World, catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. At Sea World, you will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. 

 

Day 4: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Gold Coast 4 Days 3 Nights Gold Coast Theme Park Experiences

Want to have a balance of farm experience, retail therapy and theme park fun on your Australia vacation trip getway? This tour package to Gold Coast is the one for you. You will visit Paradise Country Farm and shop at Harbour Town. You will also enjoy the flexibility to choose to have fun at Movie World or Sea World, where fun rides and exciting shows await.

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast

Free & Easy
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead. 

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

BOT2 Pass Koala | Dream World | SkyPoint 
After breakfast at your hotel, transfer to Dream World and enjoy a full day of fun at the Australia’s largest theme park with over 40 rides and attractions. Try out thrilling rides or get up close with some native animals. Get up close and took photos with Koala (includes 6 x 8 photo with Koala). Next proceed to SkyPoint Observation Deck (transfer not provided) for spectacular 360 degree views of Gold Coast before the day ends. 

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Choice of Movie World or Sea World Theme Park
Start your adventure with a hearty breakfast at the hotel. At Movie World, catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. At Sea World, you will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers.

 

Day 4: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Tasmania 4 Days 3 Nights Hobart Flexi Delight Tour

As you look for Tasmania holiday packages, consider visiting Hobart as it is Tasmania’s capital. This tour package to Hobart gives you extreme flexibility as you get to choose the tours you want to join for the 2 days of guided tours. The options for the first day of guided tour are Half Day Afternoon Hobart City tour, Full Day Grand Hobart & Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary tour and Grand Port Arthur, Port Arthur Convict Site & Tasman National Park tour. The options for the second day of guided tour are Port Arthur & Salamanca Market tour, Full Day Huon Valley, Tahune Forest Air Walk & South West Tasmania with Light Lunch tour and Full Day Bruny Island Wilderness Coast tour.

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Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

Huon Valley

Salamanca Market

Tahune Air Walk

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Tasmania abbreviated as Tas and known colloquially as "Tassie") is an island state of Australia. It is located 240 km (150 mi) to the south of the Australian mainland, separated by the Bass Strait. The state encompasses the main island of Tasmania, the 26th-largest island in the world, and the surrounding 334 islands.[12] The state has a population of around 519,100 as of June 2016, just over forty percent of which resides in the Greater Hobart precinct, which forms the metropolitan area of the state capital and largest city, Hobart.

1. Tasmania has a relatively cool temperate climate compared to the rest of Australia with four distinct seasons. Summer is from December to February when the average maximum sea temperature is 21 °C (70 °F) and inland areas around Launceston reach 24 °C (75 °F). Other inland areas are much cooler, with Liawenee, located on the Central Plateau, one of the coldest places in Australia, ranging between 4 °C (39 °F) and 17 °C (63 °F) in February. Autumn is from March to May, with mostly settled weather, as summer patterns gradually take on the shape of winter patterns. The winter months are from June to August, and are generally the wettest and coolest months in the state, with most high lying areas receiving considerable snowfall. Winter maximums are 12 °C (54 °F) on average along coastal areas and 3 °C (37 °F) on the central plateau, as a result of a series of cold fronts from the Southern Ocean. Inland areas receive regular freezes throughout the winter months. Spring is from September to November, and is an unsettled season of transition, where winter weather patterns begin to take the shape of summer patterns, although snowfall is still common up until October. Spring is generally the windiest time of the year with afternoon sea breezes starting to take effect on the coast.

2. Geographically and genetically isolated, Tasmania is known for its unique flora and fauna. Tasmania has extremely diverse vegetation, from the heavily grazed grassland of the dry Midlands to the tall evergreen eucalypt forest, alpine heathlands and large areas of cool temperate rainforests and moorlands in the rest of the state. Many flora species are unique to Tasmania, and some are related to species in South America and New Zealand through ancestors which grew on the super continent of Gondwana, 50 million years ago.The island of Tasmania was home to the thylacine, a marsupial which resembled a fossa or some say a wild dog. Known colloquially as the Tasmanian tiger for the distinctive striping across its back, it became extinct in mainland Australia much earlier because of competition by the dingo, introduced in prehistoric times. Owing to persecution by farmers, government-funded bounty hunters and, in the final years, collectors for overseas museums, it appears to have been exterminated in Tasmania. The Tasmanian devil became the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world following the extinction of the thylacine in 1936, and is now found in the wild only in Tasmania. Tasmania was one of the last regions of Australia to be introduced to domesticated dogs. Dogs were brought from Britain in 1803 for hunting kangaroos and emus. This introduction completely transformed Aboriginal society, as it helped them to successfully compete with European hunters, and was more important than the introduction of guns for the Aboriginals

3. World Heritage-listed penitentiary buildings around Tasmania tell the story of almost 50 years of harsh convict life in the 19th century. Australia's most notorious convict settlement sits in the beautiful coastal setting of Port Arthur, a one hour drive east of Hobart. If you're feeling brave, stick around for the nightly ghost tour.

4. A short walk from the car park at Freycinet National Park brings you to a lookout platform above the flawless white curve of Wineglass Bay on the eastern Freycinet Peninsula (three hours drive north-east of Hobart). From here, walk down to the beach and feel the sand between your toes. You'll probably meet a kangaroo or two on the beach, and may see dolphins playing in the water.

5. Once a year, Tasmania's Table Cape becomes awash with colour for the Bloomin' Tulips Festival. The festival runs as part of a three-week event calendar (other notable highlights include the Bloomin' Tulips Cocktail Party and the Mayoral Ball). If you miss the festival, there is also the Bloomin' Tulips Foreshore Market, held on the first and third Sunday of each month along the East Wynyard foreshore.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Hobart, Tasmania

Free & Easy
Welcome to Tasmania!     
Upon arrival at the Hobart, Tasmania airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Hobart (Breakfast)

Choice of 1 Tour (3 Options)
Option 1: Half Day Afternoon Hobart City Tour (Daily Departure)

Spend the afternoon being driven in an old fashion coach tram. The driver guides will share with you what life is like on the ‘Apple Isle’ and give you an insight on the history of this wonderful city. There are four main stops during the tour including the option to walk and view the exterior of the Cascade Brewery, visit the Female Factory, Rosny Hill Lookout for views of Hobart and Mt Wellington and visit the beautiful landscapes at the Royal Botanic Gardens.  

Option 2: Full Day Grand Hobart & Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary (Depart Nov - Apr: Daily except Sat & Sun. May - Oct: Tue & Thu)
Grand Hobart is a combination tour of Mt Wellington, the Hobart City tour and afternoon Tasmania Devils tour. You will travel up to the summit of Mt Wellington, where the views over Hobart and beyond are breathtaking. Next, a comprehensive tour through the streets of Hobart, stopping at places like Royal Botanic Gardens, the Female Factory and Rosny Hill Lookout. In afternoon meet the furry little Tasmania Devils as well as many other Australian animals at Bonorong Wildlife Park. 

Option 3: Grand Port Arthur, Port Arthur Convict Site, Tasman National Park (Depart Daily except Sat)
Step back in time and explore the historic buildings and ruins of Port Arthur Historic Site. Visit highlights of Tasman National Park. Wonder at the spectacle of Tasman Arch. Be amazed at the magnitude of the Devil’s Kitchen

 

Day 3:  Hobart (Breakfast)

Choice of 1 Tour (3 Options)
Option 1: Port Arthur with Salamanca Market (Depart only Sat)

Delight in a shopping experience at Hobart’s popular and colourful outdoor marketplace, Salamanca Market. Spend the morning tasting the best fresh produce in Tasmania, try a local favourite Scallop Pie, wander through the market and look for unique knick knacks. In the late morning, hop on the coach and travel to the historically significant of Port Arthur. Take a guided walk of the site and then have free time to explore the fascinating ruins or relax at café on site.  

Option 2: Full Day Huon Valley, Tahune Forest Air Walk, South West Tasmania with Light Lunch (Depart Oct - Apr: Mon, Wed, Fri.  May - Sep: Mon, Wed) 
Pass through quaint villages and roadside stalls selling the freshest fruit on the way to the wilderness that is the Huon Valley. Trek through the treetops of the lush forest over the Huon River where the lookout at the end is truly breathtaking. There are also suspension bridges over the Picton and Huon Rivers to cross. After the rainforest walk, quench your thirst with some Australia finest ciders. 

Option 3: Full Day Bruny Island Wilderness Coast (Depart Daily)
Arrive at the charming boating village of Kettering, drive onto the ferry for the crossing to Bruny Island. Upon arrival at Adventure Bay at Bruny Bay, board a custom-designed yellow boat and let it take you on an exhilarating journey around sea cliffs, sea stacks, seals, bird nesting colonies and other amazing scenery. You may be lucky to spot a dolphin or whale! 

 

Day 4:  Departure from Hobart  (Breakfast) 

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Free till departure transfer to Hobart,Tasmania airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Launceston Cruise 4 Days 3 Nights Launceston Cruise + Bay Park Tour

Searching for Tasmania holiday packages? Consider this tour package to Launceston, Tasmania’s famous riverside city, as it brings you Launceston’s beautiful offerings. You will enjoy a cruise tour of the famous Cataract Gorge and for the following day, choose between Bay of Fires tour and Cradle Mountain National Park tour.

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Tasmania abbreviated as Tas and known colloquially as "Tassie") is an island state of Australia. It is located 240 km (150 mi) to the south of the Australian mainland, separated by the Bass Strait. The state encompasses the main island of Tasmania, the 26th-largest island in the world, and the surrounding 334 islands.[12] The state has a population of around 519,100 as of June 2016, just over forty percent of which resides in the Greater Hobart precinct, which forms the metropolitan area of the state capital and largest city, Hobart.

1. Tasmania has a relatively cool temperate climate compared to the rest of Australia with four distinct seasons. Summer is from December to February when the average maximum sea temperature is 21 °C (70 °F) and inland areas around Launceston reach 24 °C (75 °F). Other inland areas are much cooler, with Liawenee, located on the Central Plateau, one of the coldest places in Australia, ranging between 4 °C (39 °F) and 17 °C (63 °F) in February. Autumn is from March to May, with mostly settled weather, as summer patterns gradually take on the shape of winter patterns. The winter months are from June to August, and are generally the wettest and coolest months in the state, with most high lying areas receiving considerable snowfall. Winter maximums are 12 °C (54 °F) on average along coastal areas and 3 °C (37 °F) on the central plateau, as a result of a series of cold fronts from the Southern Ocean. Inland areas receive regular freezes throughout the winter months. Spring is from September to November, and is an unsettled season of transition, where winter weather patterns begin to take the shape of summer patterns, although snowfall is still common up until October. Spring is generally the windiest time of the year with afternoon sea breezes starting to take effect on the coast.

2. Geographically and genetically isolated, Tasmania is known for its unique flora and fauna. Tasmania has extremely diverse vegetation, from the heavily grazed grassland of the dry Midlands to the tall evergreen eucalypt forest, alpine heathlands and large areas of cool temperate rainforests and moorlands in the rest of the state. Many flora species are unique to Tasmania, and some are related to species in South America and New Zealand through ancestors which grew on the super continent of Gondwana, 50 million years ago.The island of Tasmania was home to the thylacine, a marsupial which resembled a fossa or some say a wild dog. Known colloquially as the Tasmanian tiger for the distinctive striping across its back, it became extinct in mainland Australia much earlier because of competition by the dingo, introduced in prehistoric times. Owing to persecution by farmers, government-funded bounty hunters and, in the final years, collectors for overseas museums, it appears to have been exterminated in Tasmania. The Tasmanian devil became the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world following the extinction of the thylacine in 1936, and is now found in the wild only in Tasmania. Tasmania was one of the last regions of Australia to be introduced to domesticated dogs. Dogs were brought from Britain in 1803 for hunting kangaroos and emus. This introduction completely transformed Aboriginal society, as it helped them to successfully compete with European hunters, and was more important than the introduction of guns for the Aboriginals

3. World Heritage-listed penitentiary buildings around Tasmania tell the story of almost 50 years of harsh convict life in the 19th century. Australia's most notorious convict settlement sits in the beautiful coastal setting of Port Arthur, a one hour drive east of Hobart. If you're feeling brave, stick around for the nightly ghost tour.

4. A short walk from the car park at Freycinet National Park brings you to a lookout platform above the flawless white curve of Wineglass Bay on the eastern Freycinet Peninsula (three hours drive north-east of Hobart). From here, walk down to the beach and feel the sand between your toes. You'll probably meet a kangaroo or two on the beach, and may see dolphins playing in the water.

5. Once a year, Tasmania's Table Cape becomes awash with colour for the Bloomin' Tulips Festival. The festival runs as part of a three-week event calendar (other notable highlights include the Bloomin' Tulips Cocktail Party and the Mayoral Ball). If you miss the festival, there is also the Bloomin' Tulips Foreshore Market, held on the first and third Sunday of each month along the East Wynyard foreshore.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Hobart, Tasmania

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Welcome to Tasmania!     
Upon arrival at the Launceston, Tasmania airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Launceston (Breakfast) 

Cataract Gorge Cruise (Depart Daily)
Explore the Old Launceston Seaport before cruising to Kings Wharf viewing historic vessels and Launceston delightful riverfront precinct. The highlight of the experience is then cruising into the spectacular Cataract Gorge aboard the quiet and smooth vessel of the Lady Launceston. View the sheer cliffs and cascades from your comfortable seat with unobstructed views on the multi award winning 1890’s style vessel. Enjoy the captivating commentary on the history of this fascinating area.

 

Day 3:  Launceston (Breakfast)

Choice of 1 Tour (2 Options)
Option 1: Bay of Fires (Depart Mon & Fri)

Visit one of the world most beautiful beaches at the Bay of Fires. Crystal azure blue waters with pristine white beaches and outcrops of orange lichen covered granite rocks, the scenery at the Bay of Fire is simply breathtaking. This tour takes you through some of the prettiest locations in Tasmania, from the green rolling hills and fertile farmlands around Lilydale and Scottsdale, to the temperate rainforest of the Weldborough Pass, the spectacular coastal region of the Bay of Fires, to the open grazing lands of the Fingal Valley and Northern Midlands. 

Option 2: Cradle Mountain National Park (Depart Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun)
Awaken your senses at the magnificent Cradle Mountain National Park. Go deep into the Tasmania forest and experience the solitary wilderness of waterfalls, glacial lakes, rainforest, wildlife and unsurpassed beauty of World Heritage listed National Park. Discover many walks throughout the rainforest, catch your breath as you first glimpse the craggy outcrop of majestic Cradle Mountain towering above sparkling Dove Lake plateau. 

 

Day 4:  Departure from Launceston  (Breakfast) 

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Free till departure transfer to Launceston,Tasmania airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Melbourne City 4 Days 3 Nights Melbourne City + 1 Flexi Tour

Want to join guided tours for your exploration of city and Melbourne’s favourite attractions at far-flung areas for your Melbourne Australia vacation trip? This tour package allows you to choose the tours you want to join for the 2 days of guided tours. The options for the first day of guided tour are Morning Melbourne City tour and Afternoon Melbourne City tour. The options for the second day of guided tour are The Penguin Parade tour, Mt Buller Snow Day tour, Sovereign Hill tour, Great Ocean Road Adventure tour, Puffing Billy with Wineries & Lunch tour and Puffing Billy with Wildlife & Lunch tour.

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Great Ocean Road

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Melbourne is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian state of Victoria, and the second-most populous city in Australia and Oceania. The name "Melbourne" covers an urban agglomeration spanning 9,992.5 km2 (3,858.1 sq mi), which comprises the broader metropolitan area, as well as being the common name for its city centre. The metropolis is located on the large natural bay of Port Phillip and expands into the hinterlands towards the Dandenong and Macedon mountain ranges, Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley.

1. Melbourne is located in the south-eastern part of mainland Australia, within the state of Victoria. Geologically, it is built on the confluence of Quaternary lava flows to the west, Silurian mudstones to the east, and Holocene sand accumulation to the southeast along Port Phillip. The southeastern suburbs are situated on the Selwyn fault which transects Mount Martha and Cranbourne.

2. Melbourne extends along the Yarra River towards the Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges to the east. It extends northward through the undulating bushland valleys of the Yarra's tributaries—Moonee Ponds Creek (toward Tullamarine Airport), Merri Creek, Darebin Creek and Plenty River—to the outer suburban growth corridors of Craigieburn and Whittlesea.

3. Melbourne is an international cultural centre, with cultural endeavours spanning major events and festivals, drama, musicals, comedy, music, art, architecture, literature, film and television. The climate, waterfront location and nightlife make it one of the most vibrant destinations in Australia. For seven years in a row (as of 2017) it has held the top position in a survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit of the world's most liveable cities on the basis of a number of attributes which include its broad cultural offerings. The city celebrates a wide variety of annual cultural events and festivals of all types, including Australia's largest free community festival—Moomba, the Melbourne International Arts Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Melbourne Fringe Festival. The culture of the city is an important drawcard for tourists, of which just under two million international overnight visitors and 57.7 million domestic overnight visited during the year ending March 2014.

4. On an average weekday around 903,000 people use the city, and each year Melbourne hosts over a million international visitors.

5. Melbourne’s art reflects the distinctive life of our city, and also helps make it what it is: a confident cultural capital with a global reputation for its diversity, energy and creativity.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Melbourne

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Welcome to Melbourne!     
Upon arrival at the Melbourne airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. Free for the rest of the day to discover the charm of Melbourne. 

 

Day 2:  Melbourne (Breakfast) 

Choice of 1 Free Tour (2 options)  
Option 1: Morning Melbourne City Tour, Departs Daily
The morning Melbourne tour is a great introduction to this beautiful city. Head NE of the city and tour through 'Little Italy' with its plethora of restaurants and boutique shops. See the exquisite architecture of Melbourne University and Royal Exhibition Building before making a brief photo stop at St Patrick's Cathedral. Spend time at Fitzroy Gardens. A guided walk through some of Melbourne's best arcades and laneways with the chance to enjoy the atmosphere and have a coffee break (own expense).

Option 2: Afternoon Melbourne City Tour, Departs Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun
A half day afternoon tour of the highlights of Melbourne that includes a visit to the Royal Botanic Gardens, tour through the relatively new Docklands waterfront development and make your way over the Bolte Bridge to travel along the bayside suburbs of Port Melbourne, St Kilda, Elwood and Brighton. A refreshment stop in trendy Acland Street in St Kilda and a photo stop at Brighton Beach bathing boxes are a real highlight! 

 

Day 3:  Melbourne (Breakfast) 

Choice of 1 Tour (6 Options)
Option 1: The Penguin Parade, Departs Daily
Phillip Island is a treasure trove of Australian wildlife; seals, koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, birdlife and penguins! Visit Churchill Island where you can explore this working farm or simply enjoy ocean views from the cafe. At Koala Conservation Centre, look for koalas in their natural habitat and before sunset, head to the Penguin Parade where you can wander through the "Penguin Experience" exhibit to learn more about them. Walk out to Summerland Beach and take your seat for the Penguin Parade with premium viewing area for best views of the penguins' arrival. Option 

Option 2: Mt Buller Snow Day, Departs from early June to Late September
Mt Buller - an exhilarating winter experience. This alpine wonderland is nestled high on the ski fields with quaint lodges, luxury hotels, cosy restaurants and cafes. Snowshoe walking, board riding, skiing, tobogganing or simply enjoy the village atmosphere. Ample time to spend on the mountain exploring the village atmosphere and all its amenities, eateries and shops.

Option 3: Sovereign Hill, Departs Mon, Tues, Thu & Sat
Travel the stage coach route of the 1850's along Western Highway to Ballarat, steeped in history with the discovery of gold. Tour through this gracious town with exquisite gardens, noble statues and magnificent architecture. Pass by the Eureka Stockade, site of the 1854 miner's rebellion. Spend the rest of your day at Sovereign Hill where Ballarat's first 10 years after the discovery of gold in 1851 is re-created. Try your luck at gold panning in Red Gully Creek or head underground on the Red Hill mine tour. Don't forget to visit the Gold Museum too!

Option 4: Great Ocean Road Adventure, Departs Daily
Get ready for an exciting day of visual wonderment and one of the best coastal drives you will ever experience! Your day tour along iconic Great Ocean Road takes in spectacular coastal views of long sandy beaches, rolling surf, precipitous coastal cliffs and river inlets. Travel through popular resort towns Anglesea, Lorne, Wye River, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell. Stops include Twelve Apostles boardwalk, Loch Ard Gorge and Island Arch. A refreshment stop is made at Port Campbell before heading inland back to Melbourne. 

Option 5: Puffing Billy with Wineries and Lunch, Departs Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun
From the charm of the Blue Dandenongs and Puffing Billy steam train, tour the picturesque Yarra Valley wine region. Enjoy a delicious, hearty spit roast lunch accompanied by a glass of wine at Fergusson's Winery. There is opportunity for a tasting at the cellar door after your lunch. For a taste of something sweet, visit the ever so popular and relatively new Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery. Be amazed at their product range! Continue a structured wine tasting at award winning Rochford Wines and wine tasting, complimentary cheese and crackers and tour at Dominique Portet. 

Option 6: Puffing Billy with Wildlife and Lunch, Departs Min, Wed, Fri & Sun
Puffing Billy with Healesville Sanctuary is a wonderful full day tour to experience lush rainforest of the Blue Dandenong Ranges as you ride on the original steam locomotive we affectionately call Puffing Billy. Culinary joys today include our special Aussie style Bush Billy Tea for morning tea, a delicious spit roast lunch at a winery and sweet samples for dessert from Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery. Walk off today's treats at Healesville Sanctuary where you will be taken on a guided tour of Australia's native animals

 

Day 4:  Departure from Melbourne  (Breakfast)

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Australia Melbourne City 4 Days 3 Nights Melbourne Discovery Fun Tour

Discover fun at idyllic scenic spots on this Melbourne Australia tour package as you visit Dangenong Ranges where you will ride Puffing Billy through the rainforest, and journey through Great Ocean Road where you will view magnificent cliffs and the famous Twelve Apostles.

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Melbourne is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian state of Victoria, and the second-most populous city in Australia and Oceania. The name "Melbourne" covers an urban agglomeration spanning 9,992.5 km2 (3,858.1 sq mi), which comprises the broader metropolitan area, as well as being the common name for its city centre. The metropolis is located on the large natural bay of Port Phillip and expands into the hinterlands towards the Dandenong and Macedon mountain ranges, Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley.

1. Melbourne is located in the south-eastern part of mainland Australia, within the state of Victoria. Geologically, it is built on the confluence of Quaternary lava flows to the west, Silurian mudstones to the east, and Holocene sand accumulation to the southeast along Port Phillip. The southeastern suburbs are situated on the Selwyn fault which transects Mount Martha and Cranbourne.

2. Melbourne extends along the Yarra River towards the Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges to the east. It extends northward through the undulating bushland valleys of the Yarra's tributaries—Moonee Ponds Creek (toward Tullamarine Airport), Merri Creek, Darebin Creek and Plenty River—to the outer suburban growth corridors of Craigieburn and Whittlesea.

3. Melbourne is an international cultural centre, with cultural endeavours spanning major events and festivals, drama, musicals, comedy, music, art, architecture, literature, film and television. The climate, waterfront location and nightlife make it one of the most vibrant destinations in Australia. For seven years in a row (as of 2017) it has held the top position in a survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit of the world's most liveable cities on the basis of a number of attributes which include its broad cultural offerings. The city celebrates a wide variety of annual cultural events and festivals of all types, including Australia's largest free community festival—Moomba, the Melbourne International Arts Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Melbourne Fringe Festival. The culture of the city is an important drawcard for tourists, of which just under two million international overnight visitors and 57.7 million domestic overnight visited during the year ending March 2014.

4. On an average weekday around 903,000 people use the city, and each year Melbourne hosts over a million international visitors.

5. Melbourne’s art reflects the distinctive life of our city, and also helps make it what it is: a confident cultural capital with a global reputation for its diversity, energy and creativity.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Melbourne

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Welcome to Melbourne!     
Upon arrival at the Melbourne airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. Free for the rest of the day to discover the charm of Melbourne. 

 

Day 2:  Melbourne (Breakfast)

Full Day Mt Dangenong and Puffing Billy Tour 
The Dangenong Ranges are beautiful low mountain ranges just 35km east of Melbourne. At their peaks, they rise to more than 630m and are cloaked in lush rainforests of Mountain Ash trees (the tallest flowering plant in the world), waterfalls, rolling hills and steep valleys. The region is home to the famous Puffing Billy Railway, numerous art and craft stores and cafes offering delicious homemade produce. Puffing Billy is the most fun way to tour the Dangenong Ranges. The rattling red carriages run across three historic timber bridges, uphill and down dale through valleys and plains filled with tree ferns and under the towering mountain ash, making a wonderful opportunity to relax and breathe in the fresh air whilst the train makes its way through the rainforest. 

 

Day 3:  Melbourne (Breakfast) 

Full Day Great Ocean Road Scenery via Ocean Road 
The Great Ocean Road span 243km along the stunning coastline of Victoria's southwest. Take in the panoramic views as the road winds along cliff tops, up to breathtaking headlands, down onto the edge of beaches, across river estuaries and through lush rainforests. The stretch between Lorne and Apollo Bay is considered by many to be the most picturesque section of the Great Ocean Road. The highway is carved into sheer cliffs that drop away into the ocean, offering commanding views of the waves from Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean swelling and crashing onto the rocks and beaches below. Outside Apollo Bay the road winds through the centre of the Great Otway National Park with its beautiful untouched rainforests, before returning to hug the coast for the entire length of the Port Campbell National Park. This is the most famous section of the Great Ocean Road featuring an amazing collection of rock formations known as the 12 Apostles which have been carved out of the headland by the fierce waves of the Southern Ocean.

 

Day 4:  Departure from Melbourne  (Breakfast) 

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Australia Melbourne City 4 Days 3 Nights Melbourne Twin Flexi Tour

This Melbourne Australia tour package offers you extreme flexibility as you get to choose the tours you want to join for the 2 days of guided tours. The options are The Penguin Parade tour, Mt Buller Snow Day tour, Sovereign Hill tour, Great Ocean Road Adventure tour, Puffing Billy with Wineries & Lunch tour and Puffing Billy with Wildlife & Lunch tour.

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Melbourne is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian state of Victoria, and the second-most populous city in Australia and Oceania. The name "Melbourne" covers an urban agglomeration spanning 9,992.5 km2 (3,858.1 sq mi), which comprises the broader metropolitan area, as well as being the common name for its city centre. The metropolis is located on the large natural bay of Port Phillip and expands into the hinterlands towards the Dandenong and Macedon mountain ranges, Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley.

1. Melbourne is located in the south-eastern part of mainland Australia, within the state of Victoria. Geologically, it is built on the confluence of Quaternary lava flows to the west, Silurian mudstones to the east, and Holocene sand accumulation to the southeast along Port Phillip. The southeastern suburbs are situated on the Selwyn fault which transects Mount Martha and Cranbourne.

2. Melbourne extends along the Yarra River towards the Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges to the east. It extends northward through the undulating bushland valleys of the Yarra's tributaries—Moonee Ponds Creek (toward Tullamarine Airport), Merri Creek, Darebin Creek and Plenty River—to the outer suburban growth corridors of Craigieburn and Whittlesea.

3. Melbourne is an international cultural centre, with cultural endeavours spanning major events and festivals, drama, musicals, comedy, music, art, architecture, literature, film and television. The climate, waterfront location and nightlife make it one of the most vibrant destinations in Australia. For seven years in a row (as of 2017) it has held the top position in a survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit of the world's most liveable cities on the basis of a number of attributes which include its broad cultural offerings. The city celebrates a wide variety of annual cultural events and festivals of all types, including Australia's largest free community festival—Moomba, the Melbourne International Arts Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Melbourne Fringe Festival. The culture of the city is an important drawcard for tourists, of which just under two million international overnight visitors and 57.7 million domestic overnight visited during the year ending March 2014.

4. On an average weekday around 903,000 people use the city, and each year Melbourne hosts over a million international visitors.

5. Melbourne’s art reflects the distinctive life of our city, and also helps make it what it is: a confident cultural capital with a global reputation for its diversity, energy and creativity.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Melbourne

Free & Easy
Welcome to Melbourne!     
Upon arrival at the Melbourne airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. Free for the rest of the day to discover the charm of Melbourne. 

 

Day 2 and Day 3: Melbourne (Breakfast)

Choice of 2 Tours (6 options)

Option 1: The Penguin Parade, Departs Daily
Phillip Island is a treasure trove of Australian wildlife; seals, koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, birdlife and penguins! Visit Churchill Island where you can explore this working farm or simply enjoy ocean views from the cafe. At Koala Conservation Centre, look for koalas in their natural habitat and before sunset, head to the Penguin Parade where you can wander through the "Penguin Experience" exhibit to learn more about them. Walk out to Summerland Beach and take your seat for the Penguin Parade with premium viewing area for best views of the penguins' arrival. 

Option 2: Great Ocean Road Adventure, Departs Daily
Get ready for an exciting day of visual wonderment and one of the best coastal drives you will ever experience! Your day tour along iconic Great Ocean Road takes in spectacular coastal views of long sandy beaches, rolling surf, precipitous coastal cliffs and river inlets. Travel through popular resort towns Anglesea, Lorne, Wye River, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell. Stops include Twelve Apostles boardwalk, Loch Ard Gorge and Island Arch. A refreshment stop is made at Port Campbell before heading inland back to Melbourne.

Option 3: Mt Buller Snow Day, Departs from early June to Late September
Mt Buller - an exhilarating winter experience. This alpine wonderland is nestled high on the ski fields with quaint lodges, luxury hotels, cosy restaurants and cafes. Snowshoe walking, board riding, skiing, tobogganing or simply enjoy the village atmosphere. Ample time to spend on the mountain exploring the village atmosphere and all its amenities, eateries and shops.

Option 4: Sovereign Hill, Departs Mon, Tues, Thu & Sat
Travel the stage coach route of the 1850's along Western Highway to Ballarat, steeped in history with the discovery of gold. Tour through this gracious town with exquisite gardens, noble statues and magnificent architecture. Pass by the Eureka Stockade, site of the 1854 miner's rebellion. Spend the rest of your day at Sovereign Hill where Ballarat's first 10 years after the discovery of gold in 1851 is re-created. Try your luck at gold panning in Red Gully Creek or head underground on the Red Hill mine tour. Don't forget to visit the Gold Museum too!

Option 5: Puffing Billy with Wineries and Lunch, Departs Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun
From the charm of the Blue Dandenongs and Puffing Billy steam train, tour the picturesque Yarra Valley wine region. Enjoy a delicious, hearty spit roast lunch accompanied by a glass of wine at Fergusson's Winery. There is opportunity for a tasting at the cellar door after your lunch. For a taste of something sweet, visit the ever so popular and relatively new Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery. Be amazed at their product range! Continue a structured wine tasting at award winning Rochford Wines and wine tasting, complimentary cheese and crackers and tour at Dominique Portet. 

Option 6: Puffing Billy with Wildlife and Lunch, Departs Min, Wed, Fri & Sun
Puffing Billy with Healesville Sanctuary is a wonderful full day tour to experience lush rainforest of the Blue Dandenong Ranges as you ride on the original steam locomotive we affectionately call Puffing Billy. Culinary joys today include our special Aussie style Bush Billy Tea for morning tea, a delicious spit roast lunch at a winery and sweet samples for dessert from Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery. Walk off today's treats at Healesville Sanctuary where you will be taken on a guided tour of Australia's native animals. 

 

Day 4:  Departure from Melbourne  (Breakfast)

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Australia Perth 4 Days 3 Nights Perth Discovery Tour

Consider visiting the laid-back Perth that enjoys wonderful weather all year round, as you search for Australia holiday packages. This Perth holiday package brings you on a tour of Perth city and Fremantle, and for the following day, allows you to choose among 3 tour options; 4WD Sand Dune, Sand Boarding, Koalas & Pinnacles tour, Margaret River, Caves, Wine & Busselton Jetty tour or Wave Rock, York, Wildflower & Aboriginal Cultural tour.

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Perth is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. It is the fourth-most populous city in Australia, with a population of 2,022,044 living in Greater Perth. Perth is part of the South West Land Division of Western Australia, with the majority of the metropolitan area located on the Swan Coastal Plain, a narrow strip between the Indian Ocean and the Darling Scarp. The first areas settled were on the Swan River at Guildford, with the city's central business district and port (Fremantle) both later founded downriver.

1. The central business district of Perth is bounded by the Swan River to the south and east, with Kings Park on the western end, while the railway reserve formed a northern border. A state and federally funded project named Perth City Link sunk a section of the railway line, to link Northbridge and the CBD for the first time in 100 years. The Perth Arena is a building in the city link area that has received a number of architecture awards from various institutions such as the Design Institute of Australia, the Australian Institute of Architecture, and Colorbond. St Georges Terrace is the prominent street of the area with 1.3 million m2 of office space in the CBD. Hay Street and Murray Street have most of the retail and entertainment facilities. The tallest building in the city is Central Park, which is the eighth tallest building in Australia. The CBD until 2012 was the centre of a mining-induced boom, with several commercial and residential projects being built, including Brookfield Place, a 244 m (801 ft) office building for Anglo-Australian mining company BHP Billiton.

2. Embrace Perth's relaxed magic with a sunset drink on Cottlesloe Beach, a cruise down the Swan River or live music in inner-city enclaves. Walk Kings Park and visit historic Fremantle.  Swim, bike and catch rock lobster along Rottnest Island's secluded bays.  Combine Perth with a journey to the Pinnacles, Monkey Mia or the beaches and goldfields of the state's south-west.

3. Lake Hillier is a pink-coloured lake on Middle Island, the largest of the islands that make up the Recherche Archipelago off the coast of Esperance. From above the lake appears a solid bubble gum pink. The lake is about 600 meters long, and is surrounded by a rim of sand and dense woodland of paperbark and eucalyptus trees. A narrow strip of sand dunes covered by vegetation separates it from the blue Southern Ocean. No-one fully knows why the lake is pink. Scientists speculate that the colour comes from a dye created by bacteria that lives in the salt crusts.

4. Perth enjoys hot, dry summers and mild winters. During summer rain is unusual, but winter can bring downpours of rain and thunderstorms. Plan ahead with our information on temperature and rainfall.

5. Just north of Perth on the Swan River, lies the Swan Valley, Western Australia's oldest wine region. Handpick a bottle or two from one of the Swan Valley's state-of-the-art boutique wineries. Follow the Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail and indulge your appetite in fine restaurants, relaxed winery cafes, breweries and distilleries, and roadside stalls selling fresh local produce. Dine alfresco in vineyard restaurants or pack a picnic and head to a national park. Cycle the historic Swan Valley Heritage Trail or explore the region in a romantic horse-drawn carriage, chauffeured limousine or a gourmet cruise on the Swan River.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Perth

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Welcome to Perth!     
Upon arrival at the Perth airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Perth (Breakfast)

Morning Perth City and Fremantle Tour (Departs Daily)
Begin the day at the beautiful Kings Park Botanical Gardens. You will have time to experience a walk through the tree canopies on the Tree Top Walkway, giving you a birds-eye view of Perth city skyline. Continue to one of Perth best beaches, Cottesloe Beach before arriving at the historic port town of Fremantle. Here you can walk down the main street, enjoy a coffee at one of the many cafes (own expense) or part with the group to explore other famous attractions. Join back with the coach and return to Perth by road travelling past Perth most exclusive suburbs, the University of Western Australia, Royal Perth Yacht Club, the Old Swan Brewery, Barrack Street Jetty, the famous Bell Tower and Perth Mint.

 

Day 3:  Perth (Breakfast, Picnic Lunch)

Choice of 1 Full Day Tour (3 Options)
Option 1: 4WD Sand Dune, Sand Boarding, Koalas, Pinnacles (Depart Daily)

Arrive at Caversham Wildlife Park, home to a vast array of native wildlife where you will enjoy the opportunity of hand feeding the friendly kangaroos and getting up close to the cuddly koalas. Explore the spectacular Nambang National Park where thousands of limestone pinnacles rise in fascinating formations from within the shifting sands. Your guide will take you on a relaxed walking tour amid a range of unique flora and fauna to enjoy the astonishing sight of the Pinnacles. After that you will enjoy the thrilling adventure of 4WD, zooming across the pure white crests and with opportunity for trying your skill at sandboarding as well. 

Option 2: Margaret River, Caves, Wine, Busselton Jetty (Depart Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat) 
Travel south to the iconic Busselton Jetty, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere. Indulge in a lunch of local Margaret River product. After lunch, visits a local winery, taste some of the very best wines of the region whilst gaining some insight in to the industry. Next, explore Mammoth Cave. Pass through the stunning Boranup Forest and be awestruck at the size of these massive Karri Tree.

Option 3: Wave Rock, York, Wildflower & Aboriginal Cultural Tour (Depart Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun)
York offers a delightful insight into the days of yore, with turn of the century Victorian buildings and well serviced facilities. Wave Rock is a flared granite slope 15m high and 110m long, with appearance of a giant breaking wave. You will join a Aboriginal Cultural Tour that will have you fascinated with dreaming stories, history of the area and visits to other special Aboriginal sites

 

Day 4:  Departure from Perth  (Breakfast) 

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Australia Perth 4 Days 3 Nights Perth Signature Tour

Make the most of your Perth Australia tour by visiting Perth’s top attractions. In this holiday package to Perth, you will explore Swan Valley, Caversham Wildlife Park, Kings Park, Perth Town Hall and Fremantle, to name a few.

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Perth is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. It is the fourth-most populous city in Australia, with a population of 2,022,044 living in Greater Perth. Perth is part of the South West Land Division of Western Australia, with the majority of the metropolitan area located on the Swan Coastal Plain, a narrow strip between the Indian Ocean and the Darling Scarp. The first areas settled were on the Swan River at Guildford, with the city's central business district and port (Fremantle) both later founded downriver.

1. The central business district of Perth is bounded by the Swan River to the south and east, with Kings Park on the western end, while the railway reserve formed a northern border. A state and federally funded project named Perth City Link sunk a section of the railway line, to link Northbridge and the CBD for the first time in 100 years. The Perth Arena is a building in the city link area that has received a number of architecture awards from various institutions such as the Design Institute of Australia, the Australian Institute of Architecture, and Colorbond. St Georges Terrace is the prominent street of the area with 1.3 million m2 of office space in the CBD. Hay Street and Murray Street have most of the retail and entertainment facilities. The tallest building in the city is Central Park, which is the eighth tallest building in Australia. The CBD until 2012 was the centre of a mining-induced boom, with several commercial and residential projects being built, including Brookfield Place, a 244 m (801 ft) office building for Anglo-Australian mining company BHP Billiton.

2. Embrace Perth's relaxed magic with a sunset drink on Cottlesloe Beach, a cruise down the Swan River or live music in inner-city enclaves. Walk Kings Park and visit historic Fremantle.  Swim, bike and catch rock lobster along Rottnest Island's secluded bays.  Combine Perth with a journey to the Pinnacles, Monkey Mia or the beaches and goldfields of the state's south-west.

3. Lake Hillier is a pink-coloured lake on Middle Island, the largest of the islands that make up the Recherche Archipelago off the coast of Esperance. From above the lake appears a solid bubble gum pink. The lake is about 600 meters long, and is surrounded by a rim of sand and dense woodland of paperbark and eucalyptus trees. A narrow strip of sand dunes covered by vegetation separates it from the blue Southern Ocean. No-one fully knows why the lake is pink. Scientists speculate that the colour comes from a dye created by bacteria that lives in the salt crusts.

4. Perth enjoys hot, dry summers and mild winters. During summer rain is unusual, but winter can bring downpours of rain and thunderstorms. Plan ahead with our information on temperature and rainfall.

5. Just north of Perth on the Swan River, lies the Swan Valley, Western Australia's oldest wine region. Handpick a bottle or two from one of the Swan Valley's state-of-the-art boutique wineries. Follow the Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail and indulge your appetite in fine restaurants, relaxed winery cafes, breweries and distilleries, and roadside stalls selling fresh local produce. Dine alfresco in vineyard restaurants or pack a picnic and head to a national park. Cycle the historic Swan Valley Heritage Trail or explore the region in a romantic horse-drawn carriage, chauffeured limousine or a gourmet cruise on the Swan River.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Perth

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Welcome to Perth!     
Upon arrival at the Perth airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Perth (Breakfast, Picnic Lunch)

Full Day Tour: Swan Valley, Entry for guided tour & live farm show at Caversham Wildlife Park, Chocolate Company & Local Winery for product tasting, Perth City Tour, Kings Park – Tree Top Walkway, Pass by WACA, Bell Tower (view only), Perth Town Hall, St  Georges Terrace
Travel through the Swan Valley and you will arrive at Caversham Wildlife Park, home to a vast array of native wildlife. You will watch a live farm show and a guided tour here. The scenery in Swan Valley is so lovely, the pace a little slower and the produce is outstanding. Next visit the Chocolate Company and Local Winery. You will get to sample beautiful wines and delicious handmade chocolate truffles. Embark on a Perth City tour that includes some of the city most popular icons such as the WACA, the Swan Bell Tower, Perth Town Hall, St George Terrace and more. Stop and smell the flowers at Kings Park, the lush green heart of the city and one of the world biggest inner city parks. Walk through the tree canopies on the Tree Top Walkway for views of the Perth city skyline.

 

Day 3:  Perth (Breakfast)

Morning Tour: Fremantle, Monument Hill, Roundhouse, Fremantle Market & E-Shed Market
Wander at the streets of the historic Fremantle, a centre of cosmopolitan cafes and restored old building. Explore the Monument Hill, Roundhouse, Fremantle Market and E-Shed Market. 

 

Day 4:  Departure from Perth  (Breakfast) 

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Australia Sydney 4 Days 3 Nights Sydney 3 Merlin Attractions Choices + Free & Easy

You may want to plan your own itinerary for your Sydney Australia vacation trip. This package makes it easier for you, as it brings together 5 of Sydney’s favourite attractions; Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Wild Life Sydney Zoo, Sydney Tower Eye, Manly Sea Life Sanctuary and Madam Tussauds; for you to choose 3 from. Tickets to these attractions are prepared for you, so you are saved the hassle of buying them.

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Sydney Tower Eye

Wild Life Sydney Zoo 

Sea Life Sydney Aquarium

Sydney Opera House

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Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour and sprawls about 70 km (43.5 mi) on its periphery towards the Blue Mountains to the west, Hawkesbury to the north and Macarthur to the south. Sydney is made up of 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 contiguous regions. Residents of the city are known as "Sydneysiders". As at June 2016 Sydney's estimated population was 5,029,768.

1. Sydney’s skyline is large and widely recognisable. Sydney also possesses a wide array of diversity of modern and old architectural style. They range from the simple Francis Greenway's Georgian buildings to Jorn Utzon’s Expressionist Sydney Opera House. Sydney also has a large amount of Victorian buildings, such as the Sydney Town Hall and the Queen Victoria Building. The most architecturally significant would be the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, among many others. Skyscrapers in Sydney are also large and modern. Sydney Tower just rising above the rest of the Sydney skyline.

2. Sydney is comfortable for travellers to visit any time of year. The city enjoys over 300 sunny days each year. Though it has 104 days of clear skies.

3. The largest steel arch bridge in the world, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic landmark spanning one of the finest natural harbours. Opened in 1932, the bridge is fondly nicknamed the Coathanger by Sydneysiders. You can walk and cycle across the bridge or climb to the top for stunning views. The bridge walk is on the eastern side of the bridge. Stairs next to the pedestrian crossing on Cumberland Street, in the historic Rocks, lead up to the bridge walk. Along the walk is the south-eastern Pylon Lookout, offering a spectacular panorama and a fascinating exhibition on the bridge.

4. Shopping and dining in Australia begins at Westfield Sydney, with over 250 fashion, food and lifestyle stores, located in the centre of Sydney city.Offering a mix of top Australian designers and international high street fashion across four levels, with a further three levels of dining, Westfield Sydney is the ultimate shopping and dining destination.

5. Enjoy world-famous Bondi Beach, from swimming and surfing to great coastal walks, beachside cafes, hip bars and fine dining. There are weekend markets to browse and fabulous events to enjoy. You’ll find plenty of accommodations options for a short break, weekend escape or beach holiday.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Sydney

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Welcome to Sydney!     
Upon arrival at the Sydney airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Merlin Entertainments Group, Combination of 3 Tickets, Own Transfers (5 Options) 

Option 1: Sea Life Sydney Aquarium
Sea Life Sydney Aquarium has the world largest collection of Australian aquatic life. From sharks and dugongs to stingrays and seahorses, discover 14 themed areas on a journey through Sea Life Sydney Aquarium. You can even snorkel with sharks.  

Option 2: Wild Life Sydney Zoo
Wild Life Sydney Zoo is Australia most unique and best wildlife park.  Walk through iconic Aussie habitats and encounter some of the most loved and feared animals that call Australia home. See creatures of the night; meet the world's deadliest snake; cuddle up to koalas at Koala Encounters and much more.

Option 3: Sydney Tower Eye
For a breathtaking experience high above the city centre, step onto the Skywalk glass-floor viewing platform at the Sydney Tower Eye. You will be 268 metres above Sydney’s streets and have 360-degree views of the city and its beautiful attractions. 

Option 4: Manly Sea Life Sanctuary 
Experience animal conservation in action at Manly Sea Life Sanctuary and learn more about breed, rescue and protect program. Join in interactive talks and feeding demonstrations and be charmed by Green Sea Turtle, or amazed by huge sharks and stingrays.

Option 5: Madam Tussauds
Walk the red carpet and experience the glittering world of fame at Madame Tussauds Sydney. With lifelike figures and interactivity at every turn, you’ll meet world leaders, sports heroes, A-listers and music stars.

 

Day 3:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
After breakfast, spend the day at leisure.

 

Day 4:  Departure from Sydney  (Breakfast) 

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Australia Sydney 4 Days 3 Nights Sydney Blue Mountains, Wildlife & Cruise + Hunter Valley

This Sydney Australia tour package presents Sydney at its most beautiful. Bask in happiness as you explore Blue Mountains, tour Hunter Valley, visit Featherdale Wildlife Park and enjoy a sunset cruise down Parramatta and Sydney Harbour.

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Sydney Tower Eye

Blue Mountains 

Hunter Valley

Sydney Opera House

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Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour and sprawls about 70 km (43.5 mi) on its periphery towards the Blue Mountains to the west, Hawkesbury to the north and Macarthur to the south. Sydney is made up of 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 contiguous regions. Residents of the city are known as "Sydneysiders". As at June 2016 Sydney's estimated population was 5,029,768.

1. Sydney’s skyline is large and widely recognisable. Sydney also possesses a wide array of diversity of modern and old architectural style. They range from the simple Francis Greenway's Georgian buildings to Jorn Utzon’s Expressionist Sydney Opera House. Sydney also has a large amount of Victorian buildings, such as the Sydney Town Hall and the Queen Victoria Building. The most architecturally significant would be the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, among many others. Skyscrapers in Sydney are also large and modern. Sydney Tower just rising above the rest of the Sydney skyline.

2. Sydney is comfortable for travellers to visit any time of year. The city enjoys over 300 sunny days each year. Though it has 104 days of clear skies.

3. The largest steel arch bridge in the world, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic landmark spanning one of the finest natural harbours. Opened in 1932, the bridge is fondly nicknamed the Coathanger by Sydneysiders. You can walk and cycle across the bridge or climb to the top for stunning views. The bridge walk is on the eastern side of the bridge. Stairs next to the pedestrian crossing on Cumberland Street, in the historic Rocks, lead up to the bridge walk. Along the walk is the south-eastern Pylon Lookout, offering a spectacular panorama and a fascinating exhibition on the bridge.

4. Shopping and dining in Australia begins at Westfield Sydney, with over 250 fashion, food and lifestyle stores, located in the centre of Sydney city.Offering a mix of top Australian designers and international high street fashion across four levels, with a further three levels of dining, Westfield Sydney is the ultimate shopping and dining destination.

5. Enjoy world-famous Bondi Beach, from swimming and surfing to great coastal walks, beachside cafes, hip bars and fine dining. There are weekend markets to browse and fabulous events to enjoy. You’ll find plenty of accommodations options for a short break, weekend escape or beach holiday.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Sydney

Free & Easy
Welcome to Sydney!     
Upon arrival at the Sydney airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Blue Mountains & Australia Wildlife including Sunset Cruise (Departs Daily)
Today, explore the World-Heritage listed Blue Mountains. See Katoomba, the resort region capital of Blue Mountains. Enjoy breathtaking views over the Jamison Valley. Visit Scenic World, walk on the valley floor board walk under a canopy of tall tree ferns. Stop at Echo Point and see the famous Three Sisters rock formation up-close. Discover the shops in the quaint mountain village of Leura. Embark on a unique experience at Featherdale Wildlife Park which has the world’s largest collection Australian native birds and mammals in a lush bushland environment. Photo opportunities as you walk through Koala Sanctuary, handfeeding kangaroos, wallabies and Pademelons. Lastly, finish the day with a relaxing cruise down the Parramatta and Sydney Harbour and enjoy the sunset! 

 

Day 3:  Sydney (Breakfast, Lunch)

Hunter Valley Wine & Café Lunch (Departs Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun)
The Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest and most renowned commercial wine producing district with over 7000 acres under vine. Famous wine styles include Semillon, Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and earthy Pinot Noirs. You will learn about the wine making process, a truly informative and educational experience. Stroll amongst the vines. Enjoy private wine tastings at boutique wineries. Enjoy a light café style lunch. Learn about and taste some of the Hunter’s other great local produce including cheese, chocolates and olives. 

 

Day 4:  Departure from Sydney  (Breakfast) 

Free and Easy 
Free till departure transfer to Sydney airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Sydney 4 Days 3 Nights Sydney City & Bondi Beach, Blue Mountains + Wildlife & Cruise

When you travel to Sydney Australia, you will most definitely want to see its most iconic sights. This package brings you to tour Sydney city, Bondi Beach with its historic rocks area, Blue Mountains and Featherdale Wildlife Park. You even get to enjoy a sunset cruise down Parramatta and Sydney Harbour.

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Sydney Tower Eye

Blue Mountains 

Bondi Beach

Sydney Opera House

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Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour and sprawls about 70 km (43.5 mi) on its periphery towards the Blue Mountains to the west, Hawkesbury to the north and Macarthur to the south. Sydney is made up of 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 contiguous regions. Residents of the city are known as "Sydneysiders". As at June 2016 Sydney's estimated population was 5,029,768.

1. Sydney’s skyline is large and widely recognisable. Sydney also possesses a wide array of diversity of modern and old architectural style. They range from the simple Francis Greenway's Georgian buildings to Jorn Utzon’s Expressionist Sydney Opera House. Sydney also has a large amount of Victorian buildings, such as the Sydney Town Hall and the Queen Victoria Building. The most architecturally significant would be the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, among many others. Skyscrapers in Sydney are also large and modern. Sydney Tower just rising above the rest of the Sydney skyline.

2. Sydney is comfortable for travellers to visit any time of year. The city enjoys over 300 sunny days each year. Though it has 104 days of clear skies.

3. The largest steel arch bridge in the world, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic landmark spanning one of the finest natural harbours. Opened in 1932, the bridge is fondly nicknamed the Coathanger by Sydneysiders. You can walk and cycle across the bridge or climb to the top for stunning views. The bridge walk is on the eastern side of the bridge. Stairs next to the pedestrian crossing on Cumberland Street, in the historic Rocks, lead up to the bridge walk. Along the walk is the south-eastern Pylon Lookout, offering a spectacular panorama and a fascinating exhibition on the bridge.

4. Shopping and dining in Australia begins at Westfield Sydney, with over 250 fashion, food and lifestyle stores, located in the centre of Sydney city.Offering a mix of top Australian designers and international high street fashion across four levels, with a further three levels of dining, Westfield Sydney is the ultimate shopping and dining destination.

5. Enjoy world-famous Bondi Beach, from swimming and surfing to great coastal walks, beachside cafes, hip bars and fine dining. There are weekend markets to browse and fabulous events to enjoy. You’ll find plenty of accommodations options for a short break, weekend escape or beach holiday.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Sydney

Free & Easy
Welcome to Sydney!     
Upon arrival at the Sydney airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Free Morning City Harbour and Bondi Beach Tour including Rocks Walking Tour (Departs Daily)
Today, you will see some of the many iconic sights of Sydney. Sydney Opera House is a masterpiece of late modern architecture and a world class performing arts venue. Next proceed to Hyde Park, Australia oldest park and home to 580 mature exotic and native trees. Conservatorium of Music is Australia premier music institution. Follow by a guided walking tour of the historic rocks area. Continue the city tour and drive past the Parliament House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Darling Harbour, bustling Chinatown and much more!

 

Day 3:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Blue Mountains & Australia Wildlife including Sunset Cruise (Departs Daily)
Today, explore the World-Heritage listed Blue Mountains. See Katoomba, the resort region capital of Blue Mountains. Enjoy breathtaking views over the Jamison Valley. Visit Scenic World, walk on the valley floor boardwalk under a canopy of tall tree ferns. Stop at Echo Point and see the famous Three Sisters rock formation up-close. Discover the shops in the quaint mountain village of Leura. Embark on a unique experience at Featherdale Wildlife Park which has the world’s largest collection Australian native birds and mammals in a lush bushland environment. Photo opportunities as you walk through Koala Sanctuary, handfeeding kangaroos, wallabies and Pademelons. Lastly, finish the day with a relaxing cruise down the Parramatta and Sydney Harbour and enjoy the sunset!

 

Day 4:  Departure from Sydney  (Breakfast) 

Free and Easy 
Free till departure transfer to Sydney airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Sydney 4 Days 3 Nights Sydney City & Manly Beach, Blue Mountains + Wildlife

This Sydney Australia tour package not only takes you on a tour of Sydney city and Manly where you will savor the chill beach lifestyle, but also brings you to the scenic Blue Mountains and interactive Featherdale Wildlife Park where you can hand-feed kangaroos, wallabies and emus and enjoy face-to-face encounter with the friendly koalas.

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Sydney Tower Eye

Blue Mountains 

Manly Beach

Sydney Opera House

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Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour and sprawls about 70 km (43.5 mi) on its periphery towards the Blue Mountains to the west, Hawkesbury to the north and Macarthur to the south. Sydney is made up of 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 contiguous regions. Residents of the city are known as "Sydneysiders". As at June 2016 Sydney's estimated population was 5,029,768.

1. Sydney’s skyline is large and widely recognisable. Sydney also possesses a wide array of diversity of modern and old architectural style. They range from the simple Francis Greenway's Georgian buildings to Jorn Utzon’s Expressionist Sydney Opera House. Sydney also has a large amount of Victorian buildings, such as the Sydney Town Hall and the Queen Victoria Building. The most architecturally significant would be the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, among many others. Skyscrapers in Sydney are also large and modern. Sydney Tower just rising above the rest of the Sydney skyline.

2. Sydney is comfortable for travellers to visit any time of year. The city enjoys over 300 sunny days each year. Though it has 104 days of clear skies.

3. The largest steel arch bridge in the world, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic landmark spanning one of the finest natural harbours. Opened in 1932, the bridge is fondly nicknamed the Coathanger by Sydneysiders. You can walk and cycle across the bridge or climb to the top for stunning views. The bridge walk is on the eastern side of the bridge. Stairs next to the pedestrian crossing on Cumberland Street, in the historic Rocks, lead up to the bridge walk. Along the walk is the south-eastern Pylon Lookout, offering a spectacular panorama and a fascinating exhibition on the bridge.

4. Shopping and dining in Australia begins at Westfield Sydney, with over 250 fashion, food and lifestyle stores, located in the centre of Sydney city.Offering a mix of top Australian designers and international high street fashion across four levels, with a further three levels of dining, Westfield Sydney is the ultimate shopping and dining destination.

5. Enjoy world-famous Bondi Beach, from swimming and surfing to great coastal walks, beachside cafes, hip bars and fine dining. There are weekend markets to browse and fabulous events to enjoy. You’ll find plenty of accommodations options for a short break, weekend escape or beach holiday.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Sydney

Free & Easy
Welcome to Sydney!     
Upon arrival at the Sydney airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Complimentary Half Day City Sights – Magical Manly & Beyond (AM, No Hotel Drop Off)
Today you will see some of the best sights that this beautiful harbour has to offer as you weave through the bustling city streets to key landmarks. First, you will head over to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the largest steel arch bridge in the world, also one of the city’s most well-known and photographed icon. Next proceed to the picturesque Milsons Points, one of Sydney more affluent suburbs, with streets filled with beautiful homes, churches and schools. From here, you will get a fantastic view of the iconic Sydney Opera House, a masterpiece of late modern architecture and a world class performing arts venue. Manly is famous for its beaches with relaxed outdoor lifestyle. Take some time wandering on the beaches and checking out the sights. 

 

Day 3:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Blue Mountains & Australia Wildlife
Today, you will enjoy the World Heritage Blue Mountains. Head along the Bradfield Highway towards the Blue Mountains. Your journey takes you to Scenic World, where you will enjoy 360o views, taking in the vast never-ending vista of the Jamison Valley, home to the famous Scenic Railway and Scenic Cableway. Entering the national park, you will take in spectacular views of Megalong Valley before arriving at Echo Point, with views stretching across to the Three Sisters – a trio of rocky pinnacles. Next, stop at the picturesque and quaint town of Leura. The beautiful town will take you back in time and is famous for its antique stores and candy store which is stocked floor to ceiling. Here you can grab a bite at one of the many restaurants and cafes. Featherdale Wildlife Park has one of Australia largest private collections of Australian native animals and bird life. You will be able to hand feed kangaroos, wallabies and emus and enjoy face-to-face encounter with the friendly koalas. 

 

Day 4:  Departure from Sydney  (Breakfast) 

Free and Easy 
Free till departure transfer to Sydney airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Adelaide City 5 Days 4 Nights Adelaide City + 2 Value Tours

Make the most of your Adelaide Australia tour by visiting Adelaide’s top attractions. In this holiday package to Adelaide, you will explore Adelaide city, Victor Harbour, McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley and Hahndorf.

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Elegant Parliament House

Grand Barossa Valley

McLaren Vale

St Peter Cathedral

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Adelaide experiences mild winters and a warm, dry summer. It has an average maximum temperature of 29°C (84.2°F) in summer and 15 - 16°C (59 - 60.8°F) in winter. Plan ahead with the information below on temperature and rainfall.

Summer (December – February)

During summer, average temperatures range from 16.7 - 28.6°C (62 - 83.5°F) and rainfall is sparse. Occasionally temperatures can soar to 40°C (104°F). Adelaide enjoys the lowest humidity of any Australian city. 

 

Autumn (March – May)

In autumn, the weather is pleasant with average temperatures between 12.7 - 22.7°C (55 - 73°F) and very little rainfall. The city and countryside take on a red, orange and golden hue.

 

Winter (June – August)

In winter, average temperatures drop to between 8 - 16°C (46.5 - 60.8°F), and frosts are common in the nearby Adelaide Hills. June is the wettest month, averaging around 80 mm (3.1″), however Adelaide is the driest of all the Australian capitals.

 

Spring (September – November)

Spring sees weather warm up with average temperatures between 11.8 - 22°C (53.2 - 71.6°F). Rainfall is low but evenings can be quite brisk as temperatures drop quickly.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Adelaide (No meal)

Free & Easy
Welcome to Adelaide! Upon arrival at the airport, make your own way to Adelaide hotel.  

 

Day 2: Adelaide (Breakfast, Lunch)

Morning Adelaide City Tour
Highlights of today tour includes: Classic Victoria Square - heart of the city; Cosmopolitan Gouger Street - home to Chinatown, great restaurants and bars; Grand Boulevard of King William, Street with Beehive Corner at Rundle Mall; The terraces - north, south, east and west that separate the city from the greenbelts; River Torrens - picturesque garden banks; Elegant Parliament House; State Library; Trinity Church - Adelaide’s oldest church; St Peter’s Cathedral; stunning Adelaide Oval – one of Australia most notable cricket grounds and many more. 

 

Day 3: Adelaide (Breakfast, Lunch)

Victor Harbour & McLaren Vale Tour with Lunch (Departs Wed & Sat)
Tour through scenic Mt Lofty Ranges dotted with small villages and spectacular view, discover historic Strathalbyn on the Angas River, view the river Port of Goolwa where the Murray River meets the lakes and sea. Tour the picturesque coastal towns including Port Elliot and stunning Horseshoe Bay and delightful Victor Harbour on Encounter Bay. After that, enjoy a delicious 3-course carvery lunch. After lunch, free time to explore the town. Visit McLaren Vale, the wine region with its vineyards, leafy olive and almond groves and old stone wineries. 

 

Day 4: Adelaide (Breakfast, Lunch)

Grand Barossa Valley Tour with Hahndorf (Departs Daily)
The world famous wine region of the Barossa Valley is steeped in history and German heritage, swathed in rolling landscapes of vines, orchards, pasture and bushland and full of great characters. Discover the rich bounty of the Adelaide Hills with its charming villages, so close to the city. Explore the enchanting town of historic Hahndorf with its unique Bavarian ambiance. Enjoy sumptuous 2-course lunch at Barossa Chateau and wine tasting at wineries. 

 

Day 5: Departure from Adelaide (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer (self-arrangement) to Adelaide airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Adelaide City 5 Days 4 Nights Adelaide City, Flexi Tour + Kangaroo Island

This Adelaide Australia tour package not only brings you on a tour of Adelaide city and Kangaroo Island where you will enjoy a cruise tour, but also offers you flexibility as you get to choose the guided tour you want to join on the third day. The options are Victor Harbour & McLaren Vale with Lunch tour, Grand Barossa Valley with Hahndorf tour and Best of McLaren Vales tour.

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Elegant Parliament House

Kangeroo Island

McLaren Vale

St Peter Cathedral

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Adelaide experiences mild winters and a warm, dry summer. It has an average maximum temperature of 29°C (84.2°F) in summer and 15 - 16°C (59 - 60.8°F) in winter. Plan ahead with the information below on temperature and rainfall.

Summer (December – February)

During summer, average temperatures range from 16.7 - 28.6°C (62 - 83.5°F) and rainfall is sparse. Occasionally temperatures can soar to 40°C (104°F). Adelaide enjoys the lowest humidity of any Australian city. 

 

Autumn (March – May)

In autumn, the weather is pleasant with average temperatures between 12.7 - 22.7°C (55 - 73°F) and very little rainfall. The city and countryside take on a red, orange and golden hue.

 

Winter (June – August)

In winter, average temperatures drop to between 8 - 16°C (46.5 - 60.8°F), and frosts are common in the nearby Adelaide Hills. June is the wettest month, averaging around 80 mm (3.1″), however Adelaide is the driest of all the Australian capitals.

 

Spring (September – November)

Spring sees weather warm up with average temperatures between 11.8 - 22°C (53.2 - 71.6°F). Rainfall is low but evenings can be quite brisk as temperatures drop quickly.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Adelaide (No meal)

Free & Easy
Welcome to Adelaide! Upon arrival at the airport, make your own way to Adelaide hotel.

 

Day 2: Adelaide (Breakfast)

Morning Adelaide City Tour
Today city tour includes the heart of the city - Classic Victoria Square; Cosmopolitan Gouger Street - home to Chinatown, great restaurants and bars; Grand Boulevard of King William, Street with Beehive Corner at Rundle Mall; The terraces - north, south, east and west that separate the city from the greenbelts; River Torrens - picturesque garden banks; Elegant Parliament House; State Library; Trinity Church - Adelaide’s oldest church; St Peter’s Cathedral; stunning Adelaide Oval – one of Australia most notable cricket grounds and many more.  

 

Day 3: Adelaide (Breakfast, Lunch)

Choice of 1 Tour form 3 Options

Option 1: Victor Harbour & McLaren Vale Tour with Lunch (Departs Wed & Sat) 
Tour through scenic Mt Lofty Ranges dotted with small villages and spectacular view, discover historic Strathalbyn on the Angas River and the river Port of Goolwa where the Murray River meets the lakes and sea. Tour the picturesque coastal towns including Port Elliot and stunning Horseshoe Bay. After that, enjoy a delicious 3-course carvery lunch. After lunch, visit McLaren Vale, the wine region with its vineyards, leafy olive and almond groves and old stone wineries. 

Option 2: Grand Barossa Valley Tour with Hahndorf (Departs Daily) 
The famous wine region of the Barossa Valley is steeped in history and German Heritage, swathed in rolling landscapes of vines, orchards, pasture and bushland. Discover the rich bounty of the Adelaide Hills with its charming villages. Explore the enchanting town of historic Hahndorf. Enjoy sumptuous 2-course lunch and wine tasting. 

Option 3: Best of McLaren Vales Tour (Departs Thu & Sat)  
Follow the coastline and view the gleaming white sands and crystal waters off Port Noarlunga. Enter McLaren Vale and be surrounded by hills and valleys covered in vines, famous wineries and old colonial homes. Relax and chat cover fine cuisine for lunch. Visit one of Australia’s most famous wineries for a special exclusive wine tasting.  

 

Day 4: Adelaide (Breakfast, Lunch)

Kangaroo Island Tour, Cruise
Kangaroo Island is a treasure island of renowned natural beauty. You will discover its awesome beauty, rugged un-spoilt wilderness and abundance of marine wildlife and seabirds as well as wallaby, goanna, echidna, koala and kangaroo. Pass through the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula on your way to Cape Jervis; cruise across Backstairs Passage to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island; walk amongst wild seals as they laze on the beach and surf the waves into shore. 

 

Day 5: Departure from Adelaide (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer (self-arrangement) to Adelaide airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Melbourne 5 Days 4 Nights Best of Melbourne Grand Tour

This Melbourne Australia tour package showcases the city’s magnificence as it takes you to Sovereign Hill where you can venture underground on a gold mine tour or catch a horse-drawn coach and tour the town. You will also enjoy wonderful views as you take a jaunt up Great Ocean Road and ride Puffing Billy at Dangenong Ranges.

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Melbourne City

Mt Dandenong 

Puffing Billy Tour

Great Ocean Road

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Melbourne is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian state of Victoria, and the second-most populous city in Australia and Oceania. The name "Melbourne" covers an urban agglomeration spanning 9,992.5 km2 (3,858.1 sq mi), which comprises the broader metropolitan area, as well as being the common name for its city centre. The metropolis is located on the large natural bay of Port Phillip and expands into the hinterlands towards the Dandenong and Macedon mountain ranges, Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley.
 
1. Melbourne is located in the south-eastern part of mainland Australia, within the state of Victoria. Geologically, it is built on the confluence of Quaternary lava flows to the west, Silurian mudstones to the east, and Holocene sand accumulation to the southeast along Port Phillip. The southeastern suburbs are situated on the Selwyn fault which transects Mount Martha and Cranbourne.
 
2. Melbourne extends along the Yarra River towards the Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges to the east. It extends northward through the undulating bushland valleys of the Yarra's tributaries—Moonee Ponds Creek (toward Tullamarine Airport), Merri Creek, Darebin Creek and Plenty River—to the outer suburban growth corridors of Craigieburn and Whittlesea.
 
3. Melbourne is an international cultural centre, with cultural endeavours spanning major events and festivals, drama, musicals, comedy, music, art, architecture, literature, film and television. The climate, waterfront location and nightlife make it one of the most vibrant destinations in Australia. For seven years in a row (as of 2017) it has held the top position in a survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit of the world's most liveable cities on the basis of a number of attributes which include its broad cultural offerings. The city celebrates a wide variety of annual cultural events and festivals of all types, including Australia's largest free community festival—Moomba, the Melbourne International Arts Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Melbourne Fringe Festival. The culture of the city is an important drawcard for tourists, of which just under two million international overnight visitors and 57.7 million domestic overnight visited during the year ending March 2014.
 
4. On an average weekday around 903,000 people use the city, and each year Melbourne hosts over a million international visitors.
 
5. Melbourne’s art reflects the distinctive life of our city, and also helps make it what it is: a confident cultural capital with a global reputation for its diversity, energy and creativity.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Melbourne

Free & Easy
Welcome to Melbourne!     
Upon arrival at the Melbourne airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. Free for the rest of the day to discover the charm of Melbourne. 

 

Day 2:  Melbourne (Breakfast)

Full Day Sovereign Hill Tour
At Sovereign Hill, you can venture underground on a gold mine tour or catch a horse-drawn coach and tour the town. See steamdriven machinery in action and chat with wheelwrights, candlemakers and confectioners as they ply their trades. On the street and in the theatre, ne entertained by costumed goldfields characters who are happy to pose for a great photo. 

 
Day 3:  Melbourne (Breakfast) 
 

Full Day Great Ocean Road Scenery via Ocean Road 
The Great Ocean Road span 243km along the stunning coastline of Victoria's southwest. Take in the panoramic views as the road winds along cliff tops, up to breathtaking headlands, down onto the edge of beaches, across river estuaries and through lush rainforests. The stretch between Lorne and Apollo Bay is considered by many to be the most picturesque section of the Great Ocean Road. The highway is carved into sheer cliffs that drop away into the ocean, offering commanding views of the waves from Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean swelling and crashing onto the rocks and beaches below. Outside Apollo Bay the road winds through the centre of the Great Otway National Park with its beautiful untouched rainforests, before returning to hug the coast for the entire length of the Port Campbell National Park. This is the most famous section of the Great Ocean Road featuring an amazing collection of rock formations known as the 12 Apostles which have been carved out of the headland by the fierce waves of the Southern Ocean.

 

Day 4:  Departure from Melbourne  (Breakfast) 

Full Day Mt Dangenong and Puffing Billy Tour
The Dangenong Ranges are beautiful low mountain ranges just 35km east of Melbourne, cloaked in lush rainforests of Mountain Ash trees (the tallest flowering plant in the world), waterfalls, rolling hills and steep valleys. The region is home to the famous Puffing Billy Railway, numerous art and craft stores and cafes offering delicious homemade produce. Puffing Billy is the most fun way to tour the Dangenong Ranges. The rattling red carriages run across three historic timber bridges, uphill and down dale through valleys and plains filled with tree ferns and under the towering mountain ash, making a wonderful opportunity to relax and breathe in the fresh air whilst the train makes its way through the rainforest. 
 

Day 5:  Departure from Melbourne  (Breakfast) 

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Free till departure transfer to Melbourne airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Cairns 5 Days 4 Nights Cairns Experience

Make the most of your Cairns Australia vacation trip by visiting and immersing yourself in Cairns’ famous nature spots. Explore Kuranda rainforest, Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, Koala & Wildlife Park, Wildlife Habitat and Cape Tribulation Beach & Boardwalk. Cross the Daintree River on the cable-driven ferry, and enjoy a cruise tour to Green Island where many activities such as fish feeding display, self-guided island walks and semi-submarine coral viewing tour await. You can even choose between a glass bottom boat tour and snokeling for the day.

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Kuranda Rainforest Cable Car

Daintree Wilderness

Green Island

Green Island Snorkeling

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Cairns, in Tropical North Queensland, situated on the edge of the Coral Sea, is billed as the world's safest tropical city. It's modern and stylish with elegant restaurants, shops and nightlife. It's a great place to acclimatise and prepare for your tropical adventure. Cairns sits on a shallow mangrove bay, which often exposes mudflats at low tide, and is enfolded by the rainforest-draped hills of the Great Dividing Range. Several idyllic tropical white sandy bays are to be found to the north of the city, while Kuranda and the Tablelands beckon from the range. This is tropical Australia: romantic palm-fringed beaches, steaming rainforest and the legendary outback coupled with modern luxuries and unforgettable adventures.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Cairns (No meal)

Free & Easy
Welcome to Cairns! Upon arrival at the Cairns airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2: Cairns (Breakfast, BBQ Lunch)

Classic Kuranda (Departs Daily)
A Kuranda tour with Tropic Wings is the best way to get up and personal with the Kuranda rainforest and the animals which lives in it. Travel Kuranda Scenic Railway, wind through tunnels and over bridges on this magnificent journey, passing Stoney Creek and Barron Falls. Wander through Kuranda Village, the picturesque Village in the Rainforest. A must see is the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, marvel at the largest butterfly flight aviary in the country. Enjoy a delicious BBQ Buffet Lunch with a wide selection of salads, cheese and fruits. Travel deep into the rainforest on both land and water on the Army Duck Rainforest Tour with Tropical Fruits Orchard. At Pamagirri Aboriginal Experience, watch the Pamagirri Dancers perform in the rainforest amphitheatre, join the Dreamtime Walk, learn to throw a boomerang and watch spear-throwing and didgeridoo playing. At Koala & Wildlife Park, see crocodiles, wombats, snakes, dingoes and cassowary and hand feed kangaroos and wallabies. Next, transfer to Kuranda Skyrail Rainforest Cableway Terminal for an extraordinary bird-eye-view of the rainforest. 

 

Day 3: Cairns (Breakfast, Lunch)

Big Cat Green Island Reef Cruise including Lunch & Semi Submarine + Free Choice of Glass Bottom Boat Tour OR Snorkeling Gear
Board the Big Cat vessel at the Reef Fleet Terminal to commence a full day cruise to Green Island. Big Cat is a modern air-conditioned 35m catamaran which takes just over one hour to cruise to Green Island. Enjoy over 5 hours on Green Island with many activities such as a semi-sub coral viewing tour, the choice of a glass bottom boat tour or snorkeling equipment for the day, a fish feeding display, self-guided island walks or simply relax on the white sandy beach. Enjoy lunch onboard. 

 

Day 4: Cairns (Breakfast, Lunch)

Cape Tribulation & Daintree Wilderness (Departs Daily) 
Cape Tribulation is located within the Daintree National Park. Travel to Port Douglas via the Captain Cook Highway, one of Australia most scenic coastal drives. Join a guided tour at Wildlife Habitat and see the endangered cassowary and other wildlife. Enjoy a Morning Tea then cross the Daintree River on the cable-driven ferry. Travel along the rainforest-fringed Cape Tribulation Road through Daintree National Park, a magnificent wilderness region. Arrive at Cape Trib Beach House for a Tropical Lunch. Next visit Cape Tribulation Beach and Boardwalk for a guided rainforest walk with great photo opportunities. Stop at Alexandra Lookout for magnificent views before the Daintree River Cruise. You can spot crocodiles, birds and other wildlife as you journey through the mangroves. 

 

Day 5: Departure from Cairns (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Cairns airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Darwin 5 Days 4 Nights Darwin Wanderlust

This Darwin Australia tour package brings you to Darwin’s top scenic spots. Explore Kakadu National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Center, where you will enjoy a cruise tour on Yellow River Billabong and visit Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Cruise along East Alligator River with an Aboriginal guide and take a short walk on Arnhem Land. Have a tour of Litchfield National Park where you will be rewarded with views of and swims at amazing waterfalls.

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Darwin has plenty to offer all travellers. Innovative museums celebrate the city's past, chairs and tables spill out of street-side restaurants and bars, and galleries showcase the region's rich Indigenous art. Darwin's cosmopolitan mix consists of more than 50 nationalities are represented here − is typified by the wonderful markets held throughout the dry season.

 

Nature is well and truly part of Darwin's backyard − the famous national parks of Kakadu and Litchfield are only a few hours' drive away, and the unique Tiwi Islands are a boat-ride away. For locals the perfect weekend is going fishing for barra (barramundi) in a tinny (small boat) with an esky (cool box) full of beer.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Darwin (No meal)

Free & Easy
Welcome to Darwin! Upon arrival at the Darwin airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2: Darwin - Kakadu National Park (Breakfast, Lunch)

Kakadu National Park Explorer 
Today, you will commence a three day Kakadu and Litchfield National Park tours. Covering 20,000km2, Kakadu is Australia largest National Park. Kakadu vast wetlands and ancient escarpment are home to one of the Australia largest and most diverse bird population. Visit rock art sites at Nourlangie Rock. Enjoy lunch before boarding the Yellow Water billabong cruise to observe saltwater crocodiles and the colourful range of birdlife that this region is renowned for. Late in the afternoon visit Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre and view the informative displays and exhibits depicting the traditions of the Aboriginal people in Kakadu. 

 

Day 3: Kakadu National Park - Darwin (Breakfast, Lunch)

Guluyambi Cultural Cruise 
Travel to Ubirr to explore the galleries of an ancient Aboriginal artwork. After lunch, join the Guluyambi Cultural Cruises along the East Alligator River with an Aboriginal guide. Watch for a variety of wildlife including crocodiles and learn about the ancient culture and legends of the region. With permission from the local custodians, disembark on the Arnhem Land Side of the river for a short walk into Arnhem Land. Visit the Bowali Visitor Center then in the late afternoon commerce the return journey to Darwin. 

 

Day 4: Darwin (Breakfast, Lunch)

Litchfield National Park Waterfall 
Follow the Stuart Highway to Litchfield National Park. Visiting the main falls of the park, you have the opportunity for scenic and interpretive bush and monsoon vine forest walks. View magnetic termite mounds then travel to view Florence Falls before making your way down the stairs to the plunge pool below with an opportunity to swim. Then visit Tolmer Falls for a magnificent view of the water cascading down to the deep waterhole below. Enjoy a picnic lunch. Venture to Wangi Falls for another opportunity for a swim in the large crystal clear pool.   

 

Day 5: Departure from Darwin (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Darwin airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Gold Coast 5 Days 4 Nights Gold Coast 1 World + Tangalooma Dolphin Experience

Looking for Australia tour packages that offer family fun in the form of theme park, adventures and educational nature-based experiences? Consider this holiday package to Gold Coast, as it brings you to Movie World and Tangalooma Island Resort where fun and adventurous land- and water-based activities await, including the star attraction of hand-feeding wild dolphins.

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast

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G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead. 

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park
After breakfast at your hotel, your friendly driver will send you to meet your favourite movie characters in Movie World, a popular movie related theme park. Be immersed in Hollywood and have your photo album filled with characters like Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Tweety Bird and various Looney Tunes characters. Minor street shows including skits and singing performances are also present. Be part of the movie action by taking the various movie-themed rides. You will be driven back to your hotel after your memorable encounters with the “Hollywood Stars”.  

 

Day 3: Gold Coast – Tangalooma Island Resort (Breakfast)

Holt Street Wharf | Wild Dolphin Feeding 
After breakfast, transfer to Holt Street Wharf to Tangalooma Island Resort, which is located on Moreton Island, approximately 40 kilometres off the coast of Brisbane. The resort is the perfect family holiday destination for guests seeking a unique adventure, educational or nature based experience. Enjoy the activities in the resort island including the star attraction, which is the unique activity of hand-feeding a pod of wild dolphins, a chance to get up close and personal with these playful creatures.  (weather & tide dependent) 

 

Day 4: Tangalooma Island Resort – Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Return Journey 
Bid farewell to Tangalooma this morning and head back to Gold Coast. 

 

Day 5: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 5 Days 4 Nights Gold Coast 1 World, Mt Tambourine, Morning Cruise + Glow Worm

Have a balance of theme park fun, scenic enjoyment and rainforest adventures on this Gold Coast Australia tour package. Choose among Sea World, Movie World and Dream World for your theme park fun. Enjoy the scenery on your Canal Cake & Coffee Cruise tour. Explore the rainforests on your 4WD Outback Tracks tour and Glow Worm tour.

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast

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G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead. 

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Choice of Sea World, Movie World or Dream World Theme Park
At Sea World, you will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. At Movie World, catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. At Dream World, enjoy a full day of fun at the Australia’s largest theme park with over 40 rides and attractions. Try out thrilling rides or get up close with some native animals.

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Mt Tambourine 
Today tour starts with a half day 4WD Outback Tracks Tour to the rainforests of Mt Tambourine. The tour includes guided rainforest walk, chance to spot native animals in the wild, spectacular views and much more.  

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Canal Cake & Coffee Cruise | Glow Worm Tour 
This morning, you will go for a Canal Cake & Coffee Cruise (transfer not provided) departs from Wyndham Cruise Office Tiki Village Surfers Paradise. Next proceed for Glow Worm Tour. You will explore the subtropical rainforest to view wildlife, waterfall and glow worms in the most natural environment in a National Park. 

 

Day 5: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 5 Days 4 Nights Gold Coast Farm Tour, 1 World + Signature Day Tour

In addition to visiting Paradise Country Farm and shopping at Harbour Town, this Gold Coast Australia tour package also offers you flexibility to choose to have fun at Movie World or Sea World, and brings you to Yuen’s Market at Mermaid Waters, Catch a Crab Tour, Star Buffet Seagull Club, Point Danger Lookout, Super Bee Honey World, Mount Nathan Winery and Abalone World.

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Movie World

Point Danger Lookout

Super Bee Honey World

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast

Free & Easy
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead.

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Paradise Country Farm Tour | Harbour Town Shopping 
After breakfast, visit Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous local BBQ lunch. Thereafter transfer to Harbour Town for shopping. 

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Choice of Movie World or Sea World Theme Park 
Start your adventure with a hearty breakfast at the hotel. At Movie World, catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various moviethemed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. At Sea World, you will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. 

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Full Day Signature Day Tour (Except Sunday) 
Today tour will start with visit to the Yuen’s Market at Mermaid Waters. The market provides an array of fresh fruits and vegetables directly from local farmers. Next would be Catch a Crab Tour which include morning tea, mud crab and oyster tasting. After that, enjoy an all you can eat buffet lunch at the Star Buffet Seagull Club before heading to the next activity. Point Danger Lookout is situated on the border of Queensland and New South Wales. It is one of the most scenic spots in Australia with a panoramic view of the city. Super Bee Honey World is the home of live bee shows and a large range of honey and bee hives. Be entertained by the bee show and honey tasting before proceeding to Mt Nathan Winery, an award winning winery to enjoy a wine tasting session and have your pictures printed on the wine bottle as a memento. Your day tour will end with free abalone tasting at the Abalone World.

 

Day 5: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 5 Days 4 Nights Gold Coast Paradise Country Farm Tour + 3 Worlds

Maximise family fun on this Gold Coast Australia tour package, as you visit Sea World, Movie World, Dream World and Paradise Country Farm where you can join farm activities like sheep shearing and cow milking, watch a sheep dog demonstration, try boomerang throwing, spot kangaroos and emus, and pose for photographs with koalas. You get to even enjoy a sumptuous BBQ lunch.

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.
 
1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.
 
2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.
 
3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.
 
4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.
 
5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast (BBQ Lunch)

Arrival/Paradise Country Farm Tour 
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous BBQ Lunch.

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Sea World Theme Park
Start your tour today at the Sea World Theme Park. You will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. 

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park 
Visit the Movie World Theme Park. Catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. 

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Dream World Theme Park 
Today, transfer to Dream World and enjoy a full day of fun at the Australia’s largest theme park with over 40 rides and attractions. Try out thrilling rides or get up close with some native animals.  

 

Day 5: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

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Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 5 Days 4 Nights Gold Coast Tangalooma Day Trip + 2 Worlds

Looking for Australia tour packages that offer family fun in the form of theme park, adventures and educational nature-based experiences? This holiday package to Gold Coast is perfect for you, as it brings you to Sea World, Movie World and Tangalooma Island Resort where fun and adventurous land- and water-based activities await, including a Desert Safari tour, Sand Tobogganing and the unique activitiy of hand-feeding wild dolphins.

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast

Free & Easy
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead. 

 

Day 2: Gold Coast – Tangalooma – Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Holt Street Wharf | Dolphin Feeding | Desert Safari Tour
After breakfast, transfer to Holt Street Wharf to Tangalooma Island Resort, which is located on Moreton Island, approximately 40 kilometres off the coast of Brisbane. The resort is the perfect family holiday destination for guests seeking a unique adventure, educational or nature based experience. Take the Desert Safari Tour and be dazzled by the bright white sands and try out unusual sport of Sand Tobogganing. Enjoy other the activities in the resort island including the star attraction, which is the unique activity of hand-feeding a pod of wild dolphins, a chance to get up close and personal with these playful creatures.

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Sea World Theme Park
Start your tour today at the Sea World Theme Park. You will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. 

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park 
Visit the Movie World Theme Park. Catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. 

 

Day 5: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

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This Gold Coast Australia tour package offers family fun through educational nature-based experiences, theme park adventures and farm tour. Fun nature-based activities await at Tangalooma Island Resort, including hand-feeding wild dolphins. Choose between Movie World and Sea World for your theme park fun. Visit Paradise Country Farm where you can join farm activities like sheep shearing and cow milking, watch a sheep dog demonstration, try boomerang throwing, and pose for photographs with koalas. You get to even enjoy a sumptuous BBQ lunch and shop at Harbour Town.

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Gold Coast

Holt Street Wharf | Tangalooma Island Resort
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in. Transfer to Holt Street Wharf Pinkenba to Tangalooma Island Resort, which is located on Moreton Island, approximately 40 kilometres off the coast of Brisbane. The resort is the perfect family holiday destination for guests seeking a unique adventure, educational or nature based experience. Enjoy the activities in the resort island including the star attraction, which is the unique activity of hand-feeding a pod of wild dolphins, a chance to get up close and personal with these playful creatures! 

 

Day 2: Tangalooma – Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Tangalooma Island Resort 
After breakfast, enjoy activities in the resort island before you proceed to the pier (4pm ferry) back to wharf and transfer to Gold Coast for the night. 

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Choice of Movie World or Sea World Theme Park 
Start your adventure with a hearty breakfast at the hotel. At Movie World, catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. At Sea World, you will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers.

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast, BBQ Lunch)

Paradise Country Farm Tour | Harbour Town Shopping 
After breakfast, visit Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous local BBQ lunch. Thereafter transfer to Harbour Town for shopping. 

 

Day 5: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Melbourne City 5 Days 4 Nights Melbourne City + 2 Flexi Tour

In addition to offering 2 options of city tours to choose from, this Melbourne Australia tour package also offers you flexibility as you get to choose the guided tours you want to join on the third and fourth days. The options are The Penguin Parade tour, Great Ocean Road Adventure tour, Mt Buller Snow Day tour, Sovereign Hill tour, Puffing Billy with Wineries & Lunch tour and Puffing Billy with Wildlife & Lunch tour.

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The Penguin Parade 

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Great Ocean Road

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Melbourne is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian state of Victoria, and the second-most populous city in Australia and Oceania. The name "Melbourne" covers an urban agglomeration spanning 9,992.5 km2 (3,858.1 sq mi), which comprises the broader metropolitan area, as well as being the common name for its city centre. The metropolis is located on the large natural bay of Port Phillip and expands into the hinterlands towards the Dandenong and Macedon mountain ranges, Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley.

1. Melbourne is located in the south-eastern part of mainland Australia, within the state of Victoria. Geologically, it is built on the confluence of Quaternary lava flows to the west, Silurian mudstones to the east, and Holocene sand accumulation to the southeast along Port Phillip. The southeastern suburbs are situated on the Selwyn fault which transects Mount Martha and Cranbourne.

2. Melbourne extends along the Yarra River towards the Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges to the east. It extends northward through the undulating bushland valleys of the Yarra's tributaries—Moonee Ponds Creek (toward Tullamarine Airport), Merri Creek, Darebin Creek and Plenty River—to the outer suburban growth corridors of Craigieburn and Whittlesea.

3. Melbourne is an international cultural centre, with cultural endeavours spanning major events and festivals, drama, musicals, comedy, music, art, architecture, literature, film and television. The climate, waterfront location and nightlife make it one of the most vibrant destinations in Australia. For seven years in a row (as of 2017) it has held the top position in a survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit of the world's most liveable cities on the basis of a number of attributes which include its broad cultural offerings. The city celebrates a wide variety of annual cultural events and festivals of all types, including Australia's largest free community festival—Moomba, the Melbourne International Arts Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Melbourne Fringe Festival. The culture of the city is an important drawcard for tourists, of which just under two million international overnight visitors and 57.7 million domestic overnight visited during the year ending March 2014.

4. On an average weekday around 903,000 people use the city, and each year Melbourne hosts over a million international visitors.

5. Melbourne’s art reflects the distinctive life of our city, and also helps make it what it is: a confident cultural capital with a global reputation for its diversity, energy and creativity.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Melbourne

Free & Easy
Welcome to Melbourne!     
Upon arrival at the Melbourne airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. Free for the rest of the day to discover the charm of Melbourne. 

 

Day 2:  Melbourne (Breakfast)

Choice of 1 Free Tour (2 options)
Option 1: Morning Melbourne City Tour, Departs Daily
The morning Melbourne tour is a great introduction to this beautiful city. Head NE of the city and tour through 'Little Italy' with its plethora of restaurants and boutique shops. See the exquisite architecture of Melbourne University and Royal Exhibition Building before making a brief photo stop at St Patrick's Cathedral. Spend time at Fitzroy Gardens. A guided walk through some of Melbourne's best arcades and laneways with the chance to enjoy the atmosphere and have a coffee break (own expense). 

Option 2: Afternoon Melbourne City Tour, Departs Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun
A half day afternoon tour of the highlights of Melbourne that includes a visit to the Royal Botanic Gardens, tour through the relatively new Docklands waterfront development and make your way over the Bolte Bridge  to travel along the bayside suburbs of Port Melbourne, St Kilda, Elwood and Brighton. A refreshment stop in trendy Acland Street in St Kilda and a photo stop at Brighton Beach bathing boxes are a real highlight!

 

Day 3 and Day 4: Melbourne (Breakfast)

 

Choice of 2 Tours (6 options)

Option 1: The Penguin Parade, Departs Daily
Phillip Island is a treasure trove of Australian wildlife; seals, koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, birdlife and penguins! Visit Churchill Island where you can explore this working farm or simply enjoy ocean views from the cafe. At Koala Conservation Centre, look for koalas in their natural habitat and before sunset, head to the Penguin Parade where you can wander through the "Penguin Experience" exhibit to learn more about them. Walk out to Summerland Beach and take your seat for the Penguin Parade with premium viewing area for best views of the penguins' arrival.

Option 2: Great Ocean Road Adventure, Departs Daily
Get ready for an exciting day of visual wonderment and one of the best coastal drives you will ever experience! Your day tour along iconic Great Ocean Road takes in spectacular coastal views of long sandy beaches, rolling surf, precipitous coastal cliffs and river inlets. Travel through popular resort towns Anglesea, Lorne, Wye River, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell. Stops include Twelve Apostles boardwalk, Loch Ard Gorge and Island Arch. A refreshment stop is made at Port Campbell before heading inland back to Melbourne. 

 

Option 3: Mt Buller Snow Day, Departs from early June to Late September
Mt Buller - an exhilarating winter experience. This alpine wonderland is nestled high on the ski fields with quaint lodges, luxury hotels, cosy restaurants and cafes. Snowshoe walking, board riding, skiing, tobogganing or simply enjoy the village atmosphere. Ample time to spend on the mountain exploring the village atmosphere and all its amenities, eateries and shops. 

Option 4: Sovereign Hill, Departs Mon, Tue, Thu & Sat
Travel the stage coach route of the 1850's along Western Highway to Ballarat, steeped in history with the discovery of gold. Tour through this gracious town with exquisite gardens, noble statues and magnificent architecture. Pass by the Eureka Stockade, site of the 1854 miner's rebellion. Spend the rest of your day at Sovereign Hill where Ballarat's first 10 years after the discovery of gold in 1851 is re-created. Try your luck at gold panning in Red Gully Creek or head underground on the Red Hill mine tour. Don't forget to visit the Gold Museum too!

Option 5: Puffing Billy with Wineries and Lunch, Departs Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun
From the charm of the Blue Dandenongs and Puffing Billy steam train, tour the picturesque Yarra Valley wine region. Enjoy a delicious, hearty spit roast lunch accompanied by a glass of wine at Fergusson's Winery. There is opportunity for a tasting at the cellar door after your lunch. For a taste of something sweet, visit the ever so popular and relatively new Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery. Be amazed at their product range! Continue a structured wine tasting at award winning Rochford Wines and wine tasting, complimentary cheese and crackers and tour at Dominique Portet. 

Option 6: Puffing Billy with Wildlife and Lunch, Departs Min, Wed, Fri & Sun
Puffing Billy with Healesville Sanctuary is a wonderful full day tour to experience lush rainforest of the Blue Dandenong Ranges as you ride on the original steam locomotive we affectionately call Puffing Billy. Culinary joys today include our special Aussie style Bush Billy Tea for morning tea, a delicious spit roast lunch at a winery and sweet samples for dessert from Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery. Walk off today's treats at Healesville Sanctuary where you will be taken on a guided tour of Australia's native animals.

 

Day 5:  Departure from Melbourne  (Breakfast) 

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Melbourne airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Melbourne City 5 Days 4 Nights Melbourne Great Ocean + 1 Flexi Tour

Want to see the landmarks of Great Ocean Road and the city, as well as some additional sightseeing, on your Melbourne Australia vacation trip? This tour package offers just that. You get the flexibility to choose the additional sightseeing you want among 4 options; Philip Island Penguin Wildlife tour, Sovereign Hill Gold Rush tour, Puffing Billy Steam Train & Healesville Wildlife tour and Puffing Billy Steam Train with Wine Country in Style tour.

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The Penguin Parade 

Puffing Billy Tour

Great Ocean Road

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Melbourne is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian state of Victoria, and the second-most populous city in Australia and Oceania. The name "Melbourne" covers an urban agglomeration spanning 9,992.5 km2 (3,858.1 sq mi), which comprises the broader metropolitan area, as well as being the common name for its city centre. The metropolis is located on the large natural bay of Port Phillip and expands into the hinterlands towards the Dandenong and Macedon mountain ranges, Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley.

1. Melbourne is located in the south-eastern part of mainland Australia, within the state of Victoria. Geologically, it is built on the confluence of Quaternary lava flows to the west, Silurian mudstones to the east, and Holocene sand accumulation to the southeast along Port Phillip. The southeastern suburbs are situated on the Selwyn fault which transects Mount Martha and Cranbourne.

2. Melbourne extends along the Yarra River towards the Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges to the east. It extends northward through the undulating bushland valleys of the Yarra's tributaries—Moonee Ponds Creek (toward Tullamarine Airport), Merri Creek, Darebin Creek and Plenty River—to the outer suburban growth corridors of Craigieburn and Whittlesea.

3. Melbourne is an international cultural centre, with cultural endeavours spanning major events and festivals, drama, musicals, comedy, music, art, architecture, literature, film and television. The climate, waterfront location and nightlife make it one of the most vibrant destinations in Australia. For seven years in a row (as of 2017) it has held the top position in a survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit of the world's most liveable cities on the basis of a number of attributes which include its broad cultural offerings. The city celebrates a wide variety of annual cultural events and festivals of all types, including Australia's largest free community festival—Moomba, the Melbourne International Arts Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Melbourne Fringe Festival. The culture of the city is an important drawcard for tourists, of which just under two million international overnight visitors and 57.7 million domestic overnight visited during the year ending March 2014.

4. On an average weekday around 903,000 people use the city, and each year Melbourne hosts over a million international visitors.

5. Melbourne’s art reflects the distinctive life of our city, and also helps make it what it is: a confident cultural capital with a global reputation for its diversity, energy and creativity.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Melbourne

Free & Easy
Welcome to Melbourne!     
Upon arrival at the Melbourne airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. Free for the rest of the day to discover the charm of Melbourne. 

 

Day 2:  Melbourne (Breakfast)

Great Ocean Road Tour (Daily Departs)
Today’s tour is packed with great locations, incredible views and natural wonders. The great Ocean Road, stretches for 243km along the south west coast, was an Australian National Heritage listed road, built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932. The road winds through gorgeous terrain along the coast and leads you to many significant landmarks and natural wonders. Other highlights include Apollo Bay, Scenic Walk around the location of The Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and Port Campbell.

 

Day 3: Melbourne (Breakfast)

Choice of 1 Tour (4 Options)
Option 1: Philip Island Penguin Wildlife, Departs Daily

Today’s tour route will take you through many of Melbourne’s affluent suburbs where you will see tree lined streets and beautiful homes, many built in the late 1800s. You’ll cross the only bridge that connects Philip Isla nd to the mainland. Before reaching the Penguin Parade site, you will see the unique Nobbies Rock Formations. After that, head down to Summerland beach to witness penguin magic. The wild little penguins emerge from the sea after a hard days dishing and waddle across the sand to their dune burrows. 

Option 2: Sovereign Hill Gold Rush, Departs Mon, Tue, Thu & Sat
Today, you’ll step back in time to the era of the Victorian gold rush. First you’ll head out over the West Gate Bridge, en route to the beautiful town of Ballarat. Sit back and relax with entertainment introducing you to Sovereign Hill, a wonderful outdoor museum exhibiting in ‘real life’ the story of Australia’s gold rush history.

Option 3: Puffing Billy Steam Train and Healesville Wildlife, Departs Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun
Today you are going to enjoy some old fashioned fun and the most beautiful rainforest, journey through Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. At Belgrave, home of the famous Puffing Billy Steam Train, you will go back in time as you get on board for a 30mins ride through the heart of the rainforest. Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary set in a natural bushland environment, is home exclusively to Australian worldlife. You can walk through the numerous habitats to see wallabies, wombats, koalas, kangaroos, dingoes and more than 200 native bird varieties.  

Option 4: Puffing Billy Steam Train with Wine Country in Style, Departs Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun
Travel east of Melbourne to the beautiful Dangenong Ranges. Take a ride through the spectacular forest aboard the Puffing Billy Steam Train. In the Yarra Valley, you will visit Rochford Winery and another two leading wineries for wine tasting, appreciation and education. 

 

Day 4:  Melbourne  (Breakfast) 

Complimentary Magnificent Melbourne Morning City Tour
This morning city tour is packed with city sights and historical landmarks. Take a seat and enjoy the bustle of Melbourne city as your driver guide keeps you posted on what to look out for along the way. First you will tour through Melbourne city centre. The city and surrounding suburbs are home to modern shopping malls and boutique stores featuring world class brands and products. Drive past the ironic Melbourne Cricket Ground, which host Aussie Rules football; Rod Laver Arena, the venue for Australia Open Tennis Tournament and Albert Park, the Formula 1 Grand Prix track. Next take a look at the imposing Parliament House. Drive past the Queen Victoria Market before the next destination, the beautiful Fitzroy Gardens. Here you can visit its incredible floral display and the Cook’s Cottage. End your morning tour with the Shrine of Remembrance, the largest memorials in the country and is Melbourne’s most recognized landmark.  

 

Day 5:  Departure from Melbourne  (Breakfast) 

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Melbourne airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Perth 5 Days 4 Nights Perth Extravaganza Tour

This Perth Australia tour package not only brings you on a tour of Perth city and Fremantle, but also for the following 2 days, gives you utmost flexibility as you get to choose the tours you want to join. The options are 4WD Sand Dune, Sand Boarding, Koalas & Pinnacles tour, Margaret River, Caves, Wine & Busselton Jetty tour, Wave Rock, York, Wildflower & Aboriginal Cultural tour and Pinnacles, Desert, New Norcia & Wildflowers tour.

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Busselton Jetty 

Wave Rock

4WD Sand Dunes

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Perth is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. It is the fourth-most populous city in Australia, with a population of 2,022,044 living in Greater Perth. Perth is part of the South West Land Division of Western Australia, with the majority of the metropolitan area located on the Swan Coastal Plain, a narrow strip between the Indian Ocean and the Darling Scarp. The first areas settled were on the Swan River at Guildford, with the city's central business district and port (Fremantle) both later founded downriver.

1. The central business district of Perth is bounded by the Swan River to the south and east, with Kings Park on the western end, while the railway reserve formed a northern border. A state and federally funded project named Perth City Link sunk a section of the railway line, to link Northbridge and the CBD for the first time in 100 years. The Perth Arena is a building in the city link area that has received a number of architecture awards from various institutions such as the Design Institute of Australia, the Australian Institute of Architecture, and Colorbond. St Georges Terrace is the prominent street of the area with 1.3 million m2 of office space in the CBD. Hay Street and Murray Street have most of the retail and entertainment facilities. The tallest building in the city is Central Park, which is the eighth tallest building in Australia. The CBD until 2012 was the centre of a mining-induced boom, with several commercial and residential projects being built, including Brookfield Place, a 244 m (801 ft) office building for Anglo-Australian mining company BHP Billiton.

2. Embrace Perth's relaxed magic with a sunset drink on Cottlesloe Beach, a cruise down the Swan River or live music in inner-city enclaves. Walk Kings Park and visit historic Fremantle.  Swim, bike and catch rock lobster along Rottnest Island's secluded bays.  Combine Perth with a journey to the Pinnacles, Monkey Mia or the beaches and goldfields of the state's south-west.

3. Lake Hillier is a pink-coloured lake on Middle Island, the largest of the islands that make up the Recherche Archipelago off the coast of Esperance. From above the lake appears a solid bubble gum pink. The lake is about 600 meters long, and is surrounded by a rim of sand and dense woodland of paperbark and eucalyptus trees. A narrow strip of sand dunes covered by vegetation separates it from the blue Southern Ocean. No-one fully knows why the lake is pink. Scientists speculate that the colour comes from a dye created by bacteria that lives in the salt crusts.

4. Perth enjoys hot, dry summers and mild winters. During summer rain is unusual, but winter can bring downpours of rain and thunderstorms. Plan ahead with our information on temperature and rainfall.

5. Just north of Perth on the Swan River, lies the Swan Valley, Western Australia's oldest wine region. Handpick a bottle or two from one of the Swan Valley's state-of-the-art boutique wineries. Follow the Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail and indulge your appetite in fine restaurants, relaxed winery cafes, breweries and distilleries, and roadside stalls selling fresh local produce. Dine alfresco in vineyard restaurants or pack a picnic and head to a national park. Cycle the historic Swan Valley Heritage Trail or explore the region in a romantic horse-drawn carriage, chauffeured limousine or a gourmet cruise on the Swan River.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Perth

Free & Easy
Welcome to Perth!     
Upon arrival at the Perth airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Perth (Breakfast)

Morning Perth City and Fremantle Tour (Departs Daily)
Begin the day at the beautiful Kings Park Botanical Gardens. You will have time to experience a walk through the tree canopies on the Tree Top Walkway, giving you a birds-eye view of Perth city skyline. Continue to one of Perth best beaches, Cottesloe Beach before arriving at the historic port town of Fremantle. Here you can walk down the main street, enjoy a coffee at one of the many cafes (own expense) or part with the group to explore other famous attractions. Join back with the coach and return to Perth by road travelling past Perth most exclusive suburbs, the University of Western Australia, Royal Perth Yacht Club, the Old Swan Brewery, Barrack Street Jetty, the famous Bell Tower and Perth Mint.  

 

Day 3 & 4:  Perth (Breakfast)

Choice of 2 Full Day Tour (4 Options) 
Option 1: 4WD Sand Dune, Sand Boarding, Koalas, Pinnacles (Depart Daily)  

Arrive at Caversham Wildlife Park, home to a vast array of native wildlife where you will enjoy the opportunity of hand feeding the friendly kangaroos and getting up close to the cuddly koalas. Explore the spectacular Nambang National Park where thousands of limestone pinnacles rise in fascinating formations from within the shifting sands. Your guide will take you on a relaxed walking tour amid a range of unique flora and fauna to enjoy the astonishing sight of the Pinnacles. After that you will enjoy the thrilling adventure of 4WD, zooming across the pure white crests and with opportunity for trying your skill at sandboarding as well. 

Option 2: Margaret River, Caves, Wine, Busselton Jetty (Depart Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat)
Travel south to the iconic Busselton Jetty, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere. Indulge in a lunch of local Margaret River product. After lunch, visits a local winery, taste some of the very best wines of the region whilst gaining some insight in to the industry. Next, explore Mammoth Cave. Pass through the stunning Boranup Forest and be awestruck at the size of these massive Karri Tree. 

Option 3: Wave Rock, York, Wildflower & Aboriginal Cultural Tour (Depart Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun) 
York offers a delightful insight into the days of yore, with turn of the century Victorian buildings and well serviced facilities. Wave Rock is a flared granite slope 15m high and 110m long, with appearance of a giant breaking wave. You will join a Aboriginal Cultural Tour that will have you fascinated with dreaming stories, history of the area and visits to other special Aboriginal sites.

Option 4: Pinnacles, Desert, New Norcia and Wildflowers (Mon & Thu)
New Norcia is a town full of history, art and architecture, main attraction is the museum and art gallery, In the museum, you will find extraordinary artefacts dating back to when New Norcia was a Aboriginal mission, a hub for farming and a diverse town for education and culture. At the Pinnacles, mystical limestone pillars rose eerily out off the sand and reaching up to several metres tall. Stop to view wildflowers (seasonal). Varieties include the orange flowering Christmas Tree, Kangaroo Paw, Banksia, Wattle and Everlastings. 

 

Day 5:  Departure from Perth  (Breakfast) 

Free and Easy 
Free till departure transfer to Perth airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Sydney 5 Days 4 Nights Sydney Exhilarating Experience Fun Pack

This Sydney Australia tour package not only takes you on a tour of Sydney city and Manly where you will savor the chill beach lifestyle, but also brings you to the scenic Blue Mountains and interactive Featherdale Wildlife Park where you can hand-feed kangaroos, wallabies and emus and enjoy face-to-face encounter with the friendly koalas.

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Sydney Tower Eye

Blue Mountains 

Port Stephens Dolphins

Sydney Opera House

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Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour and sprawls about 70 km (43.5 mi) on its periphery towards the Blue Mountains to the west, Hawkesbury to the north and Macarthur to the south. Sydney is made up of 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 contiguous regions. Residents of the city are known as "Sydneysiders". As at June 2016 Sydney's estimated population was 5,029,768.

1. Sydney’s skyline is large and widely recognisable. Sydney also possesses a wide array of diversity of modern and old architectural style. They range from the simple Francis Greenway's Georgian buildings to Jorn Utzon’s Expressionist Sydney Opera House. Sydney also has a large amount of Victorian buildings, such as the Sydney Town Hall and the Queen Victoria Building. The most architecturally significant would be the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, among many others. Skyscrapers in Sydney are also large and modern. Sydney Tower just rising above the rest of the Sydney skyline.

2. Sydney is comfortable for travellers to visit any time of year. The city enjoys over 300 sunny days each year. Though it has 104 days of clear skies.

3. The largest steel arch bridge in the world, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic landmark spanning one of the finest natural harbours. Opened in 1932, the bridge is fondly nicknamed the Coathanger by Sydneysiders. You can walk and cycle across the bridge or climb to the top for stunning views. The bridge walk is on the eastern side of the bridge. Stairs next to the pedestrian crossing on Cumberland Street, in the historic Rocks, lead up to the bridge walk. Along the walk is the south-eastern Pylon Lookout, offering a spectacular panorama and a fascinating exhibition on the bridge.

4. Shopping and dining in Australia begins at Westfield Sydney, with over 250 fashion, food and lifestyle stores, located in the centre of Sydney city.Offering a mix of top Australian designers and international high street fashion across four levels, with a further three levels of dining, Westfield Sydney is the ultimate shopping and dining destination.

5. Enjoy world-famous Bondi Beach, from swimming and surfing to great coastal walks, beachside cafes, hip bars and fine dining. There are weekend markets to browse and fabulous events to enjoy. You’ll find plenty of accommodations options for a short break, weekend escape or beach holiday.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Sydney

Free & Easy
Welcome to Sydney!     
Upon arrival at the Sydney airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Blue Mountains & Wildlife Park
Sit back and relax as you travel into the amazing Blue Mountains. At Scenic World, enjoy 360o views of the Jamison Valley. Entering the national park and you will take in spectacular views of Megalong Valley before arriving at Echo Point. Echo Point has views stretching across to the Three Sisters – a trio of rocky pinnacles. Next is a stop at the picturesque and quaint town of Leura. This beautiful town will take you back in time and is famous for its antique stores and candy store which is stocked floor to ceiling. At Featherdale Wildlife Park you will be able to hand-feed kangaroos, wallabies and emus and enjoy face-to-face encounter with the friendly koalas.

 

Day 3:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Choice of 1 Tour (2 Options)
Option 1: Port Stephens Dolphin & Dune (Departs Mon, Wed, Sat)

Today you are visiting the picturesque coastal town of Port Stephens. Port Stephens quiet golden beaches are surrounded by crystal clear water and never-ending blue skies. The abundance of marine life here makes it the ideal location to spend time on the water in search of dolphins and other amazing aquatic creatures. Hop on the luxury boat and head out on the water in search of dolphins. The Worimi Conservation Land is the largest sand dune system in Australia. Stretching over 32km, this surreal landscape is barren of vegetation and has dune that climb up to 40km high. You can sand-board at your own pace or experience the thrill of high speed down the enormous dunes.

Option 2: Magnificent Hunter Valley Wine Taster
Today you are going to taste some of the finest wines this country has to offer. Hunter Valley is one of Australia most celebrated wine-producing regions.  Much of the lush countryside is under vine, providing stunning views. You will experience a guided tour of the winery to learn about the winemaking process whilst sampling some of their award winning wines. At Hunter Resort Inn, you will learn of the local wine making techniques and be treated to a tasting platter lunch of seasonal local produce along with a range of wine tastings to complement the food. 

 

Day 4:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Bondi Beach & Sydney Sights
Your driver guide will provide expert commentary as you weave through the city streets to key landmarks. At the very base of the Harbour Bridge is the historic Rocks district. Featuring heritagelisted buildings and streetscapes, The Rock is popular for its markets, cafes, boutique shops and spectacular harbour views. At Mrs Macquaries’s Point, enjoy birds-eye views of the Sydney Opera House, a masterpiece of modern architecture and a world class arts venue. The entrance of Sydney Harbour, also known as the Gap, is a dramatic ocean cliff on the coast, giving you breathtaking views of the coastline. Australians are renowned for their relaxed and outdoor lifestyle and Bondi Beach is a prime example of this. One of the most famous beaches in the world, it is a captivating location brimming with lifeguards, surfers and tanned beach-goers. You can wander along the shoreline and dip your toes into the cool ocean or treat yourself to afternoon tea (own expense) from one of the many cosmopolitan cafés and restaurant.

 

Day 5:  Departure from Sydney  (Breakfast) 

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Free till departure transfer to Sydney airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Sydney 5 Days 4 Nights Sydney Night Tour, Seaplane Fly and Hop Cruise

Want to have unique experiences on your Sydney Australia vacation trip? This tour package offers just that. Have an intimate look at Sydney Opera House before embarking on the exciting night tour encompassing dinner on a deluxe sunset cruise and a 2-hour Sydney city tour. See Sydney with a bird’s eye view on your seaplane flight before visiting the famous Queen Victoria Building and shopping at factory outlets. You even have the choice to join a thrilling skydiving optional tour.

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Sydney Seaplane

Captain Cook Sunset Dinner Cruise 

Queen Victoria Building

Sydney Opera House

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Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour and sprawls about 70 km (43.5 mi) on its periphery towards the Blue Mountains to the west, Hawkesbury to the north and Macarthur to the south. Sydney is made up of 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 contiguous regions. Residents of the city are known as "Sydneysiders". As at June 2016 Sydney's estimated population was 5,029,768.

1. Sydney’s skyline is large and widely recognisable. Sydney also possesses a wide array of diversity of modern and old architectural style. They range from the simple Francis Greenway's Georgian buildings to Jorn Utzon’s Expressionist Sydney Opera House. Sydney also has a large amount of Victorian buildings, such as the Sydney Town Hall and the Queen Victoria Building. The most architecturally significant would be the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, among many others. Skyscrapers in Sydney are also large and modern. Sydney Tower just rising above the rest of the Sydney skyline.

2. Sydney is comfortable for travellers to visit any time of year. The city enjoys over 300 sunny days each year. Though it has 104 days of clear skies.

3. The largest steel arch bridge in the world, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic landmark spanning one of the finest natural harbours. Opened in 1932, the bridge is fondly nicknamed the Coathanger by Sydneysiders. You can walk and cycle across the bridge or climb to the top for stunning views. The bridge walk is on the eastern side of the bridge. Stairs next to the pedestrian crossing on Cumberland Street, in the historic Rocks, lead up to the bridge walk. Along the walk is the south-eastern Pylon Lookout, offering a spectacular panorama and a fascinating exhibition on the bridge.

4. Shopping and dining in Australia begins at Westfield Sydney, with over 250 fashion, food and lifestyle stores, located in the centre of Sydney city.Offering a mix of top Australian designers and international high street fashion across four levels, with a further three levels of dining, Westfield Sydney is the ultimate shopping and dining destination.

5. Enjoy world-famous Bondi Beach, from swimming and surfing to great coastal walks, beachside cafes, hip bars and fine dining. There are weekend markets to browse and fabulous events to enjoy. You’ll find plenty of accommodations options for a short break, weekend escape or beach holiday.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Sydney (Dinner)

Sydney Opera House, Captain Sunset Dinner Cruise, Sydney City Night Tour
Welcome to Sydney!     
Upon arrival at the Sydney airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. En-route, visit one of the World most creative and busiest arts centre, the Sydney Opera House. Situated on the beaut iful Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Opera House welcomes millions of visitors from all over the world every year. Step inside and enjoy an intimate look of this vibrant arts centre, explore the famous building and its ingenious shape. Transfer back to your hotel for a rest before the exciting night tour. Enjoy a deluxe sunset cruise accompanied by delicious dinner. Admire iconic sights such as Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Circular Quay and more. Snap photos as the sky shimmers at sunset and the city skyline lights up for the night. Disembark the cruise and enjoy a 2-hour Sydney City Night Tour.

 

Day 2:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Seaplane Flight, Queen Victoria Building, DFO Homebush
Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the city skyline on a unique 15mins scenic flight with Sydney Seaplanes. In the air, you are sure to see flotillas racing or just sailing leisurely across the deep water. Yachts on the beautiful blue waters viewed from the air are a spectacular sight. Next visit the famous Queen Victoria Building followed by shopping at DFO Homebush.

 

Day 3:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Sydney Hop-on-Hop-Off Cruise (24 Hour Day Pass, Self-Transfer)
There’s no better way to see the sights of Sydney Harbour than on a Hop-OnHop-Off Cruise. You can jump on and off at any number of stops including Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, Taronga Zoo, Watsons Bay, Rose Bay, Manly, Fort Denison and North Sydney. Simply disembark at any destination, stay as long as you like and then board another boat to your next sightseeing destination. 

 

Day 4:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
After breakfast, spend the day at leisure or you can join a thrilling Skydiving optional tour.

 

Day 5:  Departure from Sydney (Breakfast) 

Free and Easy 
Free till departure transfer to Sydney airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 6 Days 5 Nights Gold Coast 2 Worlds, Tangalooma Dolphin + Desert Safari

In addition to visiting Dream World, Movie World and SkyPoint Observation Deck, this Gold Coast Australia tour package also brings you to Tangalooma Island Resort where fun and adventurous land- and water-based activities await, including a Desert Safari tour, Sand Tobogganing and the unique activitiy of hand-feeding wild dolphins.

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Tangalooma Desert

Movie World

Tangalooma Island Resort

Dolphin Feeding

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Gold Coast - Tangalooma

Holt Street Wharf | Tangalooma Island Resort | Dophin Feedin
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in. Transfer to Holt Street Wharf to Tangalooma Island Resort, which is located on Moreton Island, approximately 40 kilometres off the coast of Brisbane. The resort is the perfect family holiday destination for guests seeking a unique adventure, educational or nature based experience. Enjoy the activities in the resort island including the star attraction, which is the unique activity of hand-feeding a pod of wild dolphins, a chance to get up close and personal with these playful creatures! 

 

Day 2: Tangalooma (Breakfast)

Desert Safari Tour 
Take a journey to the Tangalooma Desert. You can join a 4WD safari into the desert or participate in the exhilarating sport of sand tobogganing or quad bike ride down the sand dunes.

 

Day 3: Tangalooma – Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Holt Street Wharf 
After breakfast, proceed to the pier for ferry back to Holt Street Wharf and transfer to Gold Coast to your hotel.  

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Dream World Theme Park | SkyPoint Observation Deck 
After breakfast at your hotel, transfer to Dream World and enjoy a full day of fun at the Australia’s largest theme park with over 40 rides and attractions. Try out thrilling rides or get up close with some native animals. Next proceed to SkyPoint Observation Deck (transfer not provided) for spectacular 360 degree views of Gold Coast before the day ends. 

 

Day 5: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park 
Start your adventure with a hearty breakfast at the hotel before heading to Movie World, a popular movie related theme park. Be immersed in Hollywood and have your photo album filled with characters like Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Tweety Bird and various Looney Tunes characters. Minor street shows including skits and singing performances are also present. Be part of the movie action by taking the various movie-themed rides. You will be driven back to your hotel after your memorable encounters with the “Hollywood Stars”. 

 

Day 6: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 6 Days 5 Nights Gold Coast Best Discovery Tour

Discover the city’s beautiful mix of nature and vibrancy on this Gold Coast Australia vacation trip. Have theme park fun at Sea World and Movie World, and shop at Harbour Town. Visit Paradise Country Farm where you can join farm activities like sheep shearing and cow milking, watch a sheep dog demonstration, try boomerang throwing, and pose for photographs with koalas. Explore Mount Tambourine’s rainforests on your 4WD Outback Tracks tour. Enjoy spectacular views on your jet boating ride.

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Paradise Jet Boating

Movie World

Paradise Country Farm Tour

Meet the Dolphin

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Gold Coast

Free & Easy
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead.

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Sea World Theme Park
At Sea World, you will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers.

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast, BBQ Lunch)

Paradise Country Farm Tour | Harbour Town Shopping
After breakfast, visit Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous local BBQ lunch. Thereafter transfer to Harbour Town for shopping.

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast, Western Lunch)

Southern Cross 4WD | Paradise Jet Boating Combo
Today tour starts with a half day 4WD Outback Tracks Tour to the rainforests of Mt Tambourine. The tour includes guided rainforest walk, chance to spot native animals in the wild and much more. Next, enjoy a hearty western lunchat the Fisherman’s Wharf Tavern Mariners Cove. After lunch, some free time for you to explore the Marina Mirage or photo stop at Palazzo Versace before proceeding to the next stop. Enjoy yourself at the Paradise Jet Boating “Premium 55min Broadwater Adventure Ride” with spectacular suffers paradise skyline views and the beautiful scenery.

 

Day 5: Gold Coast (Breakfast

)Movie World Theme Park 
After breakfast, proceed to Movie World Theme Park. You will catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. Go for thrilling rides like Superman Escape, Batwing Spaceshot, Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster, etc. 

Day 6: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 6 Days 5 Nights Gold Coast Farm Tour, Signature Day Tour + 2 Worlds

In addition to enjoying shows and rides at Sea World and Movie World, visiting Paradise Country Farm and shopping at Harbour Town, this Gold Coast Australia tour package also brings you to Yuen’s Market at Mermaid Waters, Catch a Crab Tour, Star Buffet Seagull Club, Point Danger Lookout, Super Bee Honey World, Mount Nathan Winery and Abalone World.

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Catch A Crab Tour

Movie World

Paradise Country Farm Tour

Meet the Dolphin

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Gold Coast

Free & Easy
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead. 

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Sea World Theme Park
After breakfast, transfer to Sea World Theme Park. You will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. 

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast, BBQ Lunch)

Paradise Country Farm Tour | Harbour Town Shopping
After breakfast, visit Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous local BBQ lunch. Thereafter transfer to Harbour Town for shopping.

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast, Buffet Lunch)

Signature Day Tour (Except Sunday) 
Today tour will start with visit to the Yuen’s Market at Mermaid Waters. The market provides an array of fresh fruits and vegetables directly from local farmers. Next would be Catch a Crab Tour which include morning tea, mud crab and oyster tasting. After that, enjoy an all you can eat buffet lunch at the Star Buffet Seagull Club before heading to the next activity. Point Danger Lookout is situated on the border of Queensland and New South Wales. It is one of the most scenic spots in Australia with a panoramic view of the city. Super Bee Honey World is the home of live bee shows and a large range of honey and bee hives. Be entertained by the bee show and honey tasting before proceeding to Mt Nathan Winery, an award winning winery to enjoy a wine tasting session and have your pictures printed on the wine bottle as a memento. Your day tour will end with free abalone tasting at the Abalone World.

 

Day 5: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park 
Start your adventure today with a hearty breakfast at the hotel. At Movie World, catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows.  

 

Day 6: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 6 Days 5 Nights Gold Coast Tangalooma Dolphin, 2 Worlds + Farm Tour

Bask in family fun on this Gold Coast Australia vacation trip as you soak in educational nature-based experiences, theme park adventures and exciting farm tour. Fun nature-based activities await at Tangalooma Island Resort, including hand-feeding wild dolphins. Enjoy thrilling shows and rides at Sea World and Movie World. Visit Paradise Country Farm where you can join farm activities like sheep shearing and cow milking, watch a sheep dog demonstration, try boomerang throwing, and pose for photographs with koalas. You get to even enjoy a sumptuous BBQ lunch and shop at Harbour Town.

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Paradise Country Farm Tour

Movie World

Tangalooma Island Resort

Dolphin Feeding

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Gold Coast - Tangalooma (Breakfast)

Holt Street Wharf | Tangalooma Island Resort 
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under!     Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in. Transfer to Holt Street Wharf Pinkenba to Tangalooma Island Resort, which is located on Moreton Island, approximately 40 kilometres off the coast of Brisbane. The resort is the perfect family holiday destination for guests seeking a unique adventure, educational or nature based experience. Enjoy the activities in the resort island including the star attraction, which is the unique activity of hand-feeding a pod of wild dolphins, a chance to get up close and personal with these playful creatures! 

 

Day 2: Tangalooma – Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Tangalooma Island Resort 
This morning, enjoy a hearty buffet breakfast at the Tursiops Restaurant. Thereafter, explore the resort island before you proceed to the pier (4pm ferry) back to wharf and transfer to Gold Coast for the night

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Sea World Theme Park 
After breakfast, proceed to the Sea World Theme Park. You will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. 

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast, BBQ Lunch)

Paradise Country Farm Tour | Harbour Town Shopping 
After breakfast, visit Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous local BBQ lunch. Thereafter transfer to Harbour Town for shopping.

 

Day 5: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park 
At Movie World Theme Park, catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. 

 

Day 6: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Hobart + Launceston 6 Days 5 Nights Hobart + Launceston Combo Tour

Among the Tasmania holiday packages, this is the one to choose if you want to make the most out of your time in Tasmania. This tour package to Tasmania not only brings you to Hobart which is Tasmania’s capital, but also Launceston, Tasmania’s beautiful riverside city. You also get to choose the tours you want to go on at Hobart; Grand Port Arthur tour or Bruny Island Wilderness Coast tour and Launceston; Cradle Mountain National Park tour or Cataract Gorge Cruise tour.

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Tasmania Devil

Port Arthur

Cradle Mountain

Bruny Island

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Tasmania abbreviated as Tas and known colloquially as "Tassie") is an island state of Australia. It is located 240 km (150 mi) to the south of the Australian mainland, separated by the Bass Strait. The state encompasses the main island of Tasmania, the 26th-largest island in the world, and the surrounding 334 islands.[12] The state has a population of around 519,100 as of June 2016, just over forty percent of which resides in the Greater Hobart precinct, which forms the metropolitan area of the state capital and largest city, Hobart.

1. Tasmania has a relatively cool temperate climate compared to the rest of Australia with four distinct seasons. Summer is from December to February when the average maximum sea temperature is 21 °C (70 °F) and inland areas around Launceston reach 24 °C (75 °F). Other inland areas are much cooler, with Liawenee, located on the Central Plateau, one of the coldest places in Australia, ranging between 4 °C (39 °F) and 17 °C (63 °F) in February. Autumn is from March to May, with mostly settled weather, as summer patterns gradually take on the shape of winter patterns. The winter months are from June to August, and are generally the wettest and coolest months in the state, with most high lying areas receiving considerable snowfall. Winter maximums are 12 °C (54 °F) on average along coastal areas and 3 °C (37 °F) on the central plateau, as a result of a series of cold fronts from the Southern Ocean. Inland areas receive regular freezes throughout the winter months. Spring is from September to November, and is an unsettled season of transition, where winter weather patterns begin to take the shape of summer patterns, although snowfall is still common up until October. Spring is generally the windiest time of the year with afternoon sea breezes starting to take effect on the coast.

2. Geographically and genetically isolated, Tasmania is known for its unique flora and fauna. Tasmania has extremely diverse vegetation, from the heavily grazed grassland of the dry Midlands to the tall evergreen eucalypt forest, alpine heathlands and large areas of cool temperate rainforests and moorlands in the rest of the state. Many flora species are unique to Tasmania, and some are related to species in South America and New Zealand through ancestors which grew on the super continent of Gondwana, 50 million years ago.The island of Tasmania was home to the thylacine, a marsupial which resembled a fossa or some say a wild dog. Known colloquially as the Tasmanian tiger for the distinctive striping across its back, it became extinct in mainland Australia much earlier because of competition by the dingo, introduced in prehistoric times. Owing to persecution by farmers, government-funded bounty hunters and, in the final years, collectors for overseas museums, it appears to have been exterminated in Tasmania. The Tasmanian devil became the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world following the extinction of the thylacine in 1936, and is now found in the wild only in Tasmania. Tasmania was one of the last regions of Australia to be introduced to domesticated dogs. Dogs were brought from Britain in 1803 for hunting kangaroos and emus. This introduction completely transformed Aboriginal society, as it helped them to successfully compete with European hunters, and was more important than the introduction of guns for the Aboriginals

3. World Heritage-listed penitentiary buildings around Tasmania tell the story of almost 50 years of harsh convict life in the 19th century. Australia's most notorious convict settlement sits in the beautiful coastal setting of Port Arthur, a one hour drive east of Hobart. If you're feeling brave, stick around for the nightly ghost tour.

4. A short walk from the car park at Freycinet National Park brings you to a lookout platform above the flawless white curve of Wineglass Bay on the eastern Freycinet Peninsula (three hours drive north-east of Hobart). From here, walk down to the beach and feel the sand between your toes. You'll probably meet a kangaroo or two on the beach, and may see dolphins playing in the water.

5. Once a year, Tasmania's Table Cape becomes awash with colour for the Bloomin' Tulips Festival. The festival runs as part of a three-week event calendar (other notable highlights include the Bloomin' Tulips Cocktail Party and the Mayoral Ball). If you miss the festival, there is also the Bloomin' Tulips Foreshore Market, held on the first and third Sunday of each month along the East Wynyard foreshore.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Hobart, Tasmania

Free & Easy
Welcome to Tasmania!     
Upon arrival at the Hobart, Tasmania airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Hobart (Breakfast)

MONA with Morning Hobart City Tour
Start your day with a sightseeing tour of Hobart, explore this historic city on a coach tram. Then travel by ferry to the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) which will open your eyes to a gallery experience like no others. 

 

Day 3:  Hobart (Breakfast)

Choice of 1 Tour (2 Options) 
Option 1: Grand Port Arthur:
Step back in time and explore the historic buildings and ruins of Port Arthur Historic Site. Visit highlights of Tasman National Park. Wonder at the spectacle of Tasman Arch. Be amazed at the magnitude of the Devil’s Kitchen. 

Option 2: Bruny Island Wilderness Coast:
Arrive at the charming boating village of Kettering, drive onto the ferry for the crossing to Bruny Island. Upon arrival at Adventure Bay at Bruny Bay, board a custom-designed yellow boat and let it take you on an exhilarating journey around sea cliffs, sea stacks, seals, bird nesting colonies and other amazing scenery. You may be lucky to spot a dolphin or whale

 

Day 4:  Hobart to Launceston (Breakfast)

Free Day
After breakfast, proceed to the coach terminal for your coach to Launceston. Free and easy to explore the city. 

 

Day 5:  Launceston (Breakfast)

Choice of 1 Tour (2 Options)
Option 1: Cradle Mountain National Park:

Awaken your senses at the magnificent Cradle Mountain National Park. Go deep into the Tasmania forest and experience the solitary wilderness of waterfalls, glacial lakes, rainforest, wildlife and unsurpassed beauty of World Heritage listed National Park. Discover many walks throughout the rainforest, catch your breath as you first glimpse the craggy outcrop of majestic Cradle Mountain towering above sparkling Dove Lake plateau. 

Option 2 : Cataract Gorge Cruise:
Explore the Old Launceston Seaport before cruising to Kings Wharf viewing historic vessels and Launceston delightful riverfront precinct. The highlight of the experience is then cruising into the spectacular Cataract Gorge aboard the quiet and smooth vessel of the Lady Launceston. View the sheer cliffs and cascades from your comfortable seat with unobstructed views on the multi award winning 1890’s style vessel.

 

Day 6:  Departure from Launceston  (Breakfast) 

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Australia Sydney 6 Days 5 Nights Sydney Best of All Greatest Value Pack

Make the most of your Sydney Australia vacation trip by covering the best sights Sydney has to offer. This holiday package brings you to tour Sydney city, Bondi Beach with its historic rocks area, Blue Mountains, Featherdale Wildlife Park and Hunter Valley. You even get to search for and watch dolphins play at Port Stephens, and enjoy a sunset cruise down Parramatta and Sydney Harbour.

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Bondi Beach 

Port Stephens Dolphins

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Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour and sprawls about 70 km (43.5 mi) on its periphery towards the Blue Mountains to the west, Hawkesbury to the north and Macarthur to the south. Sydney is made up of 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 contiguous regions. Residents of the city are known as "Sydneysiders". As at June 2016 Sydney's estimated population was 5,029,768.

1. Sydney’s skyline is large and widely recognisable. Sydney also possesses a wide array of diversity of modern and old architectural style. They range from the simple Francis Greenway's Georgian buildings to Jorn Utzon’s Expressionist Sydney Opera House. Sydney also has a large amount of Victorian buildings, such as the Sydney Town Hall and the Queen Victoria Building. The most architecturally significant would be the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, among many others. Skyscrapers in Sydney are also large and modern. Sydney Tower just rising above the rest of the Sydney skyline.

2. Sydney is comfortable for travellers to visit any time of year. The city enjoys over 300 sunny days each year. Though it has 104 days of clear skies.

3. The largest steel arch bridge in the world, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic landmark spanning one of the finest natural harbours. Opened in 1932, the bridge is fondly nicknamed the Coathanger by Sydneysiders. You can walk and cycle across the bridge or climb to the top for stunning views. The bridge walk is on the eastern side of the bridge. Stairs next to the pedestrian crossing on Cumberland Street, in the historic Rocks, lead up to the bridge walk. Along the walk is the south-eastern Pylon Lookout, offering a spectacular panorama and a fascinating exhibition on the bridge.

4. Shopping and dining in Australia begins at Westfield Sydney, with over 250 fashion, food and lifestyle stores, located in the centre of Sydney city.Offering a mix of top Australian designers and international high street fashion across four levels, with a further three levels of dining, Westfield Sydney is the ultimate shopping and dining destination.

5. Enjoy world-famous Bondi Beach, from swimming and surfing to great coastal walks, beachside cafes, hip bars and fine dining. There are weekend markets to browse and fabulous events to enjoy. You’ll find plenty of accommodations options for a short break, weekend escape or beach holiday.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Sydney

Free & Easy
Welcome to Sydney!     
Upon arrival at the Sydney airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Free Morning City Harbour and Bondi Beach Tour including Rocks Walking Tour (Departs Daily)
Today, you will see some of the many iconic sights of Sydney. Sydney Opera House is a masterpiece of late modern architecture and a world class performing arts venue. Next proceed to Hyde Park, Australia oldest park and home to 580 mature exotic and native trees. Conservatorium of Music is Australia premier music institution. Follow by a guided walking tour of the historic rocks area. Continue the city tour and drive past the Parliament House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Darling Harbour, bustling Chinatown and much more

 

Day 3:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Blue Mountains & Australia Wildlife including Cruise (Departs Daily)
Today, explore the World-Heritage listed Blue Mountains. See Katoomba, the resort region capital of Blue Mountains. Enjoy breathtaking views over the Jamison Valley. Visit Scenic World, walk on the valley floor boardwalk under a canopy of tall tree ferns. Stop at Echo Point and see the famous Three Sisters rock formation up-close. Discover the shops in the quaint mountain village of Leura. Embark on a unique experience at Featherdale Wildlife Park which has the world’s largest collection Australian native birds and mammals in a lush bushland environment. Photo opportunities as you walk through Koala Sanctuary, handfeeding kangaroos, wallabies and Pademelons. Lastly, finish the day with a relaxing cruise down the Parramatta and Sydney Harbour and enjoy the sunset! 

 

Day 4:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Port Stephens Dolphin Watcher (Departs Mon, Wed & Sat)
Discover the beautiful white sandy beaches and the sparkling waters of Pacific Ocean. Ride the wave crests with the dolphins in the azure waters of Port Stephens where forests, villages and stately homes meet with the sea. Enjoy spectacular scenery and informative commentary whilst cruising the waterways. Search for the local pods of bottlenose dolphins, watch as they play on the bow waves.

 

Day 5:  Sydney (Breakfast, Lunch)

Hunter Valley Wine & Café Lunch (Departs Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun)
The Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest and most renowned commercial wine producing district with over 7000 acres under vine. Famous wine styles include Semillon, Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and earthy Pinot Noirs. You will learn about the wine making process, a truly informative and educational experience. Stroll amongst the vines. Enjoy private wine tastings at boutique wineries. Enjoy a light café style lunch. Learn about and taste some of the Hunter’s other great local produce including cheese, chocolates and olives. 

 

Day 6:  Departure from Sydney  (Breakfast) 

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Brunei Royal Palace 3 Days 2 Nights Experience Brunei Package

Experience package is designed for those who likes to have more own free time, with a half day tour visits to Royal Palace, Istana Nurul Iman, Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque, boat ride to Water Village, explore the Malay Technology Museum and Royal Regalia Museum.

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Day 1: Arrival in Brunei (No meal) 

 
Welcome to Brunei 
Upon arrival at Brunei International airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.
 
 
Day 2: Dubai (Breakfast)

Half Day Brunei City Tour
In the morning, pick up from the hotel’s lobby for Half Day City Tour where you will enjoy an eye-opening four-hour tour that unfolds parts of the Bruneian history, religion, culture, heritage, and the daily lifestyle of the local people. Then, there will be a photo stop outside the Royal Palace, Istana Nurul Iman, which is the biggest residential Palace in the world, and also visit the magnificently built Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque. Get set to tour “The Venice of the East”, the famous Water Village on breath-taking water taxi ride, and take a stroll to witness the houses built on stilts. Located nearby the water village, The Malay Technology Museum is a gallery which displays tributes to the lifestyle of Malays and the ethnic tribes of Brunei. Next stop is Royal Regalia Museum, home to a collection of magnificent royal regalia, the royal chariot, gold and silver ceremonial armoury, and most importantly His Majesty’s jewel encrusted crown, which was used during his coronation in 1968.
 
 
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Brunei 3 Days 2 Nights Brunei Islamic Package

Islamic package on arrival and departure day are free days, on 2nd day you will embark on Islamic City Tour with visits to Malay Technology Museum, Tomb of Sultan Bolkiah, Brunei Arts and Handicraft Centre, Royal Regalia Museum, boat ride to Water Village, drive past Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, visit Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque and photo stop at Istana Nurul Iman

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Day 1: Arrival in Brunei (No meal) 

 
Welcome to Brunei 
Upon arrival at Brunei International Airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.
 
 
Day 2: Brunei (Breakfast)

Islamic City Tour
In the morning, pick up from the hotel’s lobby for Islamic City tour. Stop at open market, a place where locals buy their daily products, some ‘ready to eat’ food, handicrafts, local herbs and medicinal plants. Visit the Malay Technology Museum which has galleries on the Malays, ethnic tribes and their lifestyles. Then, have a photo stop at the tomb of Sultan Bolkiah who was the fifth ruler of Islamic Brunei and his reign is known as the nation’s golden age. Visit to Brunei Arts and Handicraft Centre where local arts & handicrafts such as weaving, silverware, krises, basketry, songkok, and others are being displayed and for sales. Next, visit to Royal Regalia Museum which is home to a collection of royal regalia, royal chariot, gold and silver ceremonial armoury. Drop off at one of the shopping mall for shopping and lunch at own expense. After that, proceed to a jetty for a boat ride at the Water Village and take a walk along the plank walk at the village to visit one of the local houses where they will be served with light local refreshment. A lot of photo opportunity along the way. Guests will also have an opportunity for photo takings at the mini wedding stage in the house. Drive past the spectacular Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque. Visit to Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque for Dzuhur prayer. This is one of the most magnificent mosques in Asia with 29 golden domes. There is a short photo stop of the magnificent Istana Nurul Iman, the largest residential place in the world from Damuan Park before arriving back at your hotel.
 
 
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Brunei 3 Days 2 Nights Discover Brunei Special

Discover package on arrival and departure day are free days, on 2nd day you will have an insight on Brunei’s history, religion, culture and heritage. Bandar Splendour Tour brings you to Royal Regalia Museum, Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque, Malay Technology Museum, photo stop at Istana Nurul Iman, boat ride to Kampong Ayer. In the evening Night Tour with photo stop at Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque, visit to night market and shopping at one of the largest shopping mall

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Day 1: Arrival in Brunei (No meal) 

 
Welcome to Brunei 
Upon arrival at Brunei International Airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.
 
 
Day 2: Brunei (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Vibrant Brunei
In the morning, pick up from the hotel’s lobby for Bandar Splendour Tour. This comprehensive tour will give you an insight on Brunei’s history, religion, culture and heritage. The tour covers the Royal Regalia Museum, home to a collection of royal regalia, royal chariot, gold and silver ceremonial armoury and the spectacular Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque, which has twenty-nine 22K golden-topped domes. You will also visit the Malay Technology Museum, which has galleries on the Malays, ethnic tribes and their lifestyles. There is a short photo stop of the magnificent Istana Nurul Iman, the largest residential palace in the world from Damuan Park. Lastly, you will take an enjoyable boat ride on the Kampong Ayer, one of the world’s largest water villages and visit a privately owned house to enjoy local delicacies. In the evening, pick up from the hotel’s lobby for Brunei by Night Tour. Experience the magical Bandar Seri Begawan night with photo stops outside the iconic Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque, then visit the daily night market where you can experience the “local” food scene and taste all the local food or snacks. The last stop will be one of the largest shopping mall in Brunei where you will have a quick shopping before head back to hotel.
 
 
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Brunei 3 Days 2 Nights Golden Legacy Special

Golden Legacy package includes 2 golden meals, a dinner on arrival day and a one on-tour lunch the next day. On arrival day, you will visit Gadong Night Market and the next morning start full day tours to Malay Technology Museum, Tomb of Sultan Bolkiah, visit Brunei Arts and Handicraft Centre, boat ride to Water Village, visit Kampong Ayer and Cultural & Tourism Gallery, photo stop at Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, visit Royal Regalia Museum, photo stop again at Istana Nurul Iman follow by visit Jabatan Mufti Exhibition Hall and Jame’ Ast Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque

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Day 1: Arrival in Brunei (No meal) 

 
Welcome to Brunei 
Upon arrival at Brunei International Airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you. Free at leisure. In the evening, pick up for local dinner at a local restaurant. Visit to Gadong Night Market where you can experience the “local” food scene and taste all the local food or snacks.
 
 
Day 2: Brunei (Breakfast, Lunch)

Vibrant Brunei
In the morning, pick up from the hotel’s lobby for Full Day City Tour. Visit the Malay Technology Museum which has galleries on the Malays, ethnic tribes and their lifestyles. Have a photo stop at the tomb of Sultan Bolkiah who was the fifth ruler of Islamic Brunei and his reign is known as the nation’s golden age. Visit to Brunei Arts and Handicraft Centre where local arts & handicrafts such as weaving, silverware, krises, basketry, songkok, and others are being displayed and for sales. Proceed to a jetty for a boat ride at the Water Village to visit Kampong Ayer Cultural& Tourism Gallery. The gallery is to provide visitors and locals alike a glimpse of Kampong Ayer’s celebrated past and revive the cottage industries from days of old, integrating them into our modern economy. Kampong Ayer is a unique treasure belonging to the Bruneians and the historical reminders over the centuries are exhibited in 5 mini-galleries within this building. Then take a walk along the plank walk at the village to visit one of the local houses where they will be served with light local refreshment. Guests will also have an opportunity for photo takings at the mini wedding stage in the house. Stop at the spectacular Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque. Visit to Royal Regalia Museum which is home to a collection of royal regalia, royal chariot, gold and silver ceremonial armoury. There is a short photo stop of the magnificent Istana Nurul Iman, the largest residential palace in the world from Damuan Park. Visit to Jabatan Mufti Exhibition Hall where you can see the collection of more than 300 hand written Al Quran (the holy book of Islam) where some of them already more than 100 years old. Walking stick and the prayer beads can also be seen in this gallery. Lastly, visit to Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque. This is one of the most magnificent mosques in Asia with 29 golden domes.
 
 
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Brunei 3 Days 2 Nights Islamic Experience Special

This package is suitable for Muslim customers, with Gadong Night Market and Maghrib prayer section on arrival day evening. 2nd day Stunning Brunei Tour include a lunch and brings you to Istana Nurul Iman, Malay Technology Museum, photo shop at Tomb of Sultan Bolkiah, boat ride to Water Village, after lunch Dzuhur prayer section at Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Bosque 3rd day visit open market, Royal Regalia Museum, Brunei Airts and Handicraft Centre, Jabatan Mufti Exhibition Hall, after on-tour lunch pass by Legislative Council Building, Ministry of Finance prior transfer to airport

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Day 1: Arrival in Brunei (No meal) 

 
Welcome to Brunei 
Upon arrival at Brunei International Airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you. Free at leisure. In the evening, pick up from the hotel’s lobby to proceed with the night tour with dinner at own expense. Visit to Gadong Night Market where you can experience the “local” food scene and taste all the local food or snacks. Transfer to mosque to perform Maghrib prayer.
 
 
Day 2: Brunei (Breakfast, Lunch)

Stunning Brunei
In the morning, pick up from the hotel’s lobby for Day Tour. There is a short photo stop of the magnificent Istana Nurul Iman, the largest residential palace in the world from Damuan Park. Visit the Malay Technology Museum which has galleries on the Malays, ethnic tribes and their lifestyles. Have a photo stop at the tomb of Sultan Bolkiah who was the fifth ruler of Islamic Brunei and his reign is known as the nation’s golden age. Proceed to a jetty for a boat ride at the Water Village to visit one of the local houses where they will be served with light local refreshment. Then, proceed for a shopping at one of the shopping malls. After lunch, transfer to Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque to perform Dzuhur prayer. This is one of the most magnificent mosques in Asia with 29 golden domes.
 
 
Day 3: Departure from Brunei (Breakfast, Lunch)
 
Vibrant Brunei
In the morning, pick up from the hotel’s lobby for Day Tour. Visit to open market, a place where locals buy their daily products, some ‘ready to eat’ food, handicrafts, local herbs and medicinal plants. Visit to Royal Regalia Museum which is home to a collection of royal regalia, royal chariot, gold and silver ceremonial armoury. Visit to Brunei Arts and Handicraft Centre where local arts & handicrafts such as weaving, silverware, krises, basketry, songkok, and others are being displayed and for sales. Visit to Jabatan Mufti Exhibition Hall where you can see the collection of more than 300 hand written Al Quran (the holy book of Islam) where some of them already more than 100 years old. Walking stick and the prayer beads can also be seen in this gallery. After lunch, pass by the newly built Legislative Council Building, Ministry of Finance. Free till departure transfer to Brunei International Airport for homebound flight. btn enquiry

 

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Brunei 4 Days 3 Nights Brunei Rainforest Rejuvenation Package

Rainforest package on arrival and departure day are free days with 2 days 1 night Ulu Ulu tour which include 1 breakfast, 2 lunch, 1 dinner and 1 afternoon tea at Valley Café with overnight at Ulu Temburong National Park where you will experience boat ride along mangrove-fringed waterways, water activities like kayaking, river tubing and mini waterfall swimming and night jungle walk. 3rd day wakeup call is at 0430am for canopy walk, witness beautiful sunrise, brief trek for mini waterfall fish spa prior transfer downstream by long boat to Batang Duri Jetty

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Day 1: Arrival in Brunei (No meal) 

 
Welcome to Brunei 
Upon arrival at Brunei International Airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you. Free at leisure.
 
 
Day 2: Brunei (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Ulu Ulu 2 Days 1 Night Tour
In the morning, pick up from the hotel’s lobby for Ulu Ulu 2 Days 1 Night Package, an excellent tour for nature lovers or just to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The Ulu Temburong National Park is 50,000 hectares of pristine rainforest with one of the best biodiversity in the world. You will experience up close the wonders of the rainforest; listen to the orchestra of nature’s music by the insects, birds and animals. This tour is rated as a soft adventure and suitable for those reasonably fit as there are many steps to climb and some slippery, wet tracks and uphill hiking. The journey to the national park from Bandar Seri Begawan is itself interesting as you go on three different modes of transport and see the change in vegetation. The trip departs Bandar Seri Begawan in the morning and we will proceed by public speedboat to Bangar town before we go overland to Batang Duri. At Batang Duri, we will ride on a long boat or temuai up the rapids to the national park. After lunch, prepare for water activities as you will walk to the Two River Terrace for guided kayaking trip and river tubing activity. You will enjoy swimming in the mini waterfall as well. After that, transfer back to hotel to get ready for the night jungle walk.
 
 
Day 3: Brunei (Breakfast, Lunch)

Stunning Brunei
Morning call will be at 4.30am and after a light breakfast, proceed to the canopy walk for the sunrise view that literally takes your breath away. When the mist lifts, you will see birds flying out to feed and gibbons calling across the treetops. We will then return to the resort for breakfast and rest before heading to the mini waterfall where we can enjoy fish massage as well as a jungle trekking back to the resort. Lunch will be served before we return to Bandar Seri Begawan. Drop off at hotel and check in once arrive back in Bandar Seri Begawan. Free at leisure.
 
 
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Cambodia Angkor Thom 1 Day Angkor Wat Tour  (Lotus Package)

 

 

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Day 1: Siem Reap

Tour Attractions: Angkor Thom Area, Ta-Prom Temple, Angkor Wat Temple, Phnom Bakheng
This morning, you will be welcomed by your tour guide at your Siem Reap hotel lobby and brought on the tour to Angkor region.

First, you will proceed to the Angkor Thom area. It was the last and most enduring capital city of the Khmer empire. You will be able to see the magnificent Angkor Thom Temple South Gate, Bayon Temple, Baphuon Temple, Phimean Akas Temple, Elephants Terrace and Leper King Terrace, Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond.

Next, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple, built in the Bayon style largely in the late 12th and early 13th centuries. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

In the afternoon, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat Temple. Built in the early 12th century, it is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for beautiful sunset views of the much bigger temple Angkor Wat, which lies amid the jungle about 1.5 km to the southeast.

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Cambodia 1 Day Phnom Oudong Tour  (Edelweiss Package)

 

 

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Day 1: Phnom Penh – Phnom Oudong – Phnom Penh

Tour Attractions: Phnom Udong Mountain, Mekong River cruise

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the former royal capital of Cambodia. At your hotel lobby in Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by your tour guide and brought on the tour.

About an hour west of Phnom Penh, visit Oudong, the Capital of Cambodia between 1618 & 1866.

You will take a hike up the three hills at Phnom Oudong Mountain with an excellent countryside view. Marvel at the sight of the many ancient temples, stupas and other structures located here. These hills were also the site of some of the Khmer Rouge’s most prolonged resistance against the encroaching Vietnamese army in 1979.

Transfer back to Phnom Penh for your 1-hour Mekong River cruise along the riverfront. Explore the beauty of the tranquil waters, magnificent views of tropical jungle-clad mountain peaks, impressive rock formations and wellhidden villages along this scenic cruise.

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Cambodia Royal Palace 1 Day Phnom Penh Tour  (Rose Package)

 

 

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Day 1: Phnom Penh

Tour Attractions: Independence Monument, Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, Tuol Sleng Museum, Killing Fields of Choeung EK, Russian Market

This morning, you will be welcomed by your tour guide at your hotel lobby and brought on the tour.

Your first stop in Phnom Penh will be at the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city.

Next, visit the Royal Palace, a complex of buildings which serves as the royal residence of the king of Cambodia since the mid-19th century. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles. (NB: Proper attire must be worn, i.e. no sleeveless tops, shorts & bermudas when visiting Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda.)

Afterwards, proceed to the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

In the afternoon, visit the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Thereafter, visit the Killing Fields of Choeung EK, about 17km south of Phnom Penh. It used to be the site of a former orchard and mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge killed between 1975 and 1979.

Lastly, it is shopping time at the Russian Market. There is a large selection of souvenirs, curios, antiques, carvings, handicraft, and many other things of interest to visitors. It is also the place to buy clothes at big discount prices.

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Cambodia Angkor 1 Day Tonle Bati Tour  (Iris Package)

 

 

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Day 1: Phnom Penh – Tonle Bati – Phnom Penh

Tour Attractions: Tonle Bati, Mekong River cruise

This morning, you will embark on a tour about 30km south of Phnom Penh. At your hotel lobby in Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by your tour guide and brought on the tour.

Drive 35 km along the road No 2 in Takeo Province to Tonle Bati, where the ancient temple (Ta Prohm of Bati) built by Jayavarman VII in the 12th century sits. This well preserved site is a popular weekend destination for both the local people and tourists.

Transfer back to Phnom Penh for your 1-hour Mekong River cruise along the riverfront. Explore the beauty of the tranquil waters, magnificent views of tropical jungle-clad mountain peaks, impressive rock formations and well-hidden villages along this scenic cruise.

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Cambodia Angkor Wat 2 Days 1 Night Angkor Wat Tour  (Tulip Package)

 

 

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap (Lunch, Dinner)

Tour Attractions: Angkor Thom South Gate, Bayon, Baphuon, Elephants Terrace, Terrace of Leper King, Ta-Prom Temple, Angkor Wat, Phnom Bakheng

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our guide at the airport and brought on your tour.

First, you will visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom, the gateway to the ancient Great City. Inside the walls of this city, you will also tour Bayon, standing in the exact centre of the city of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. It is a symbolical representation of Mount Meru.

Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace. It was built at the end of the 12th century, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Terrace of Leper King located immediately north of the Terrace of the Elephants. It is faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign.

Thereafter, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple, built in the Bayon style largely in the late 12th and early 13th centuries. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for beautiful sunset views of the much bigger temple Angkor Wat, which lies amid the jungle about 1.5 km to the southeast.

Enjoy your dinner with a dance performance at the restaurant. Transfer to the hotel thereafter for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 2: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

Tour Attractions: Angkor Thom Area, Ta-Prom Temple, Angkor Wat Temple, Phnom Bakheng

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our local representative at the airport and transferred to hotel for 2 nights’ stay. The rest of the day is free for you to relax and unwind in this mystical city.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact centre of the city of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, situated near the center of the area enclosed by the walls of the Royal Palace. The temple is built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, built at the end of the 12th century. It is dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace located immediately north of the Elephants Terrace. It is faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Thereafter, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple, built in the Bayon style largely from late 12th to early 13th centuries. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Enjoy your dinner with an Aspara dance performance at the restaurant. Transfer back to your hotel thereafter for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Wat Phnom

Sisowath Quay

Tuol Sleng Museum

Killing Fields of Choeung EK

 

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Day 1: Arrival to Phnom Penh (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and transferred to hotel for 2 nights’ stay.

Your first tour stop in Phnom Penh will be the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city.

Next, visit the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

After lunch, proceed to the National Museum, also called Musee des Beaux-Arts and the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Enjoy a leisurely stroll along Sisowath Quay, which runs along the west bank of the Tonle Sap River. This is a 3km strip lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops.

You can also enjoy the casino games in the well-known NAGA World casino till dinner at restaurant.

After dinner, return to hotel for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 2: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Start the day with a visit to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Thereafter, visit the Killing Fields of Choeung EK, about 17km south of Phnom Penh. It used to be the site of a former orchard and mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge killed between 1975 and 1979.

After lunch, you will pay a visit to the Russian Market (Psah Tuol Thom Pong), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of souvenirs, curios, antiques, carvings, handicraft, and many other things of interest to visitors. It is also the place to buy clothes at big discount prices.

Next, enjoy your 1-hour Mekong River cruise along the scenic riverfront with magnificent views of tropical jungle-clad mountain peaks, impressive rock formations and well-hidden villages.

Transfer to your hotel after dinner to rest for the night.

 

Day 3: Departure from Phnom Penh (Breakfast)

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and transferred to hotel for 2 nights’ stay.

Begin your tour in Siem Reap with a boat trip on the Tonle Sap Lake to visit the rustic Floating Village.

Afterwards, head to the Les Artisan D’ Angkor (Art School), an educational center that trains rural young people in traditional skills of stone carving, wood carving, lacquer and silk weaving.

After lunch, proceed to Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products. You will also tour a Local Market to check out the local items being sold.

Tonight, you will enjoy dinner with an Aspara Dance Performance before returning to hotel to rest.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact centre of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, enclosed by the walls of the Royal Palace. The temple is built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer to your hotel thereafter for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Sisowath Quay

Killing Fields of Choeung EK

Phnom Oudong Mountain

Phnom Oudong Mountain

 

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Day 1: Arrival to Phnom Penh (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and transferred to hotel for 3 nights’ stay.

Your first tour stop in Phnom Penh will be the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city.

Following, visit the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

After lunch, proceed to the National Museum, also called Musee des Beaux-Arts and the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Enjoy a leisurely stroll along Sisowath Quay, which runs along the west bank of the Tonle Sap River. This is a 3km strip lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops.

You can also try your luck at the casino games in the well-known NAGA World casino till dinner at restaurant.

After dinner, return to hotel for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 2: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Start the day with a visit to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Thereafter, visit the Killing Fields of Choeung EK, about 17km south of Phnom Penh. It used to be the site of a former orchard and mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge killed between 1975 and 1979.

After lunch, you will tour the Russian Market (Psah Tuol Thom Pong), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of souvenirs, curios, antiques, handicraft, and many other things of interest to visitors. It is also the place to buy clothes at big discount prices.

Transfer to your hotel after dinner to rest for the night.

 

Day 3: Phnom Penh – Phnom Oudong – Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the former royal capital of Cambodia.

About an hour west of Phnom Penh, laid the hills of the abandoned royal city of Oudong, the capital of Cambodia between 1618 & 1866.

You will take a hike up the three hills at Phnom Oudong Mountain with an excellent countryside view. Marvel at the sight of the many ancient temples, stupas and other structures located here. These hills were also the sites of some of the Khmer Rouge’s most prolonged resistance against the encroaching Vietnamese army in 1979.

On the way back to Phnom Penh, visit the Silver Village where artisans create silver, nickel and copper handicrafts with techniques that date back to the royal times. You can also see how life in the Cambodian Countryside is like.

After lunch, explore Phnom Penh on your own until you board the 1-hour Mekong River cruise along the riverfront. Admire the beauty of the tranquil waters, magnificent views of tropical jungle-clad mountain peaks, impressive rock formations and well-hidden villages along this scenic cruise.

Thereafter, it is time to return to your hotel for a well-deserved rest.

 

Day 4: Departure from Phnom Penh (Breakfast)

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Royal Palace

South Gate of Angkor Thom

Bayon

Phnom Oudong Mountain

Phnom Oudong Mountain

 

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Day 1: Siem Reap

Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and transferred to hotel before you begin the tour.

Your first tour stop in Phnom Penh will be the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city.

Next, visit the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

After lunch, proceed to the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

Following, head to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Time for dinner after the city tour before you check in to hotel for the night.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap

Rise and shine for breakfast before you transfer to Siem Reap – the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, by public coach this morning. Upon arrival, proceed for lunch followed by check in to hotel.

First, visit the floating village of Chong Khneas, located 10 km south of Siem Reap. Following, take a traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia.

Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles, a renowned woodworking, stone carving and polychrome workshop in Siem Reap.

Thereafter, proceed to the Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Afterwards, it is free and easy time for you to explore the Local Market.

Tonight, you will enjoy dinner with a Khmer Traditional Dance Show. Transfer back to hotel for a well-deserved rest tonight.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom, the gateway to the ancient Great City. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour the Bayon Temple, a richly decorated Khmer temple standing in the exact centre of the city of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base.

Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, built with roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, built in the late 12th century, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art.  Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign.

You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today. Following, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. This architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 4: Siem Reap

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Bayon

Baphuon

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Tonle Sap Lake Boat Trip

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our local representative at the airport and transferred to hotel for 3 nights’ stay. The rest of the day is free for you to relax and unwind in this mystical city.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact centre of the city of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Thereafter, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple, built in the Bayon style largely from late 12th to early 13th centuries. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. This architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

After breakfast, you will proceed to the Tonle Sap Lake Boat Trip to tour the rustic Floating Village.

Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor (Art School) – an educational center that trains rural young people in traditional skills of stone carving, wood carving, lacquer and silk weaving.

After lunch, proceed to Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Thereafter, enjoy a traditional 1-hour Khmer massage followed by a visit to the Local Market.

Tonight, enjoy dinner with an Aspara Dance Performance before returning to hotel to rest.

 

Day 4: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles

Ta-Prohm Temple

Killing Fields of Choeung EK

 

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

First, visit the West Barray, the largest manmade lake in Angkor built in the 11th century.

Next, proceed to the Angkor Silk Farm where you can understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles in the afternoon. It houses 13 unique villages, each featuring different cultural heritages and traditions of Cambodia.

Following, head to the Killing Field of Wat Thmei, a war memorial located about 3 km from the centre of Siem Reap.

After dinner, check in to hotel in Siem Reap for 3-night stay.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to Angkor Thom – the great city of the ancient Khmer empire. Enter the great city via the South Gate of Angkor Thom.

Inside the walls of this city, you will tour the well-known and richly decorated Khmer temple standing in the exact center of the city of Angkor Thom – Bayon Temple. It was built by the King Jayavarman VII dedicated to Buddhist.

Following, proceed to the picturesque Ta-Prohm Temple, built in the Bayon style largely from late 12th to early 13th century. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

In the afternoon, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built between the 9th and 13th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, you will pay a visit to Thousand Linga River (Kbal Spean) by hiking through the tropical jungle. The site consists of a spectacular series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It was also where the former king of Khmer Empire purified himself with the holy water.

Thereafter, head to the unique temple of Banteay Srei, also known as “Citadel of Woman”. It is built largely of red sandstone, with elaborate decorative wall carvings.

Afterwards, tour the Banteay Samre Temple, a Hindu temple in Angkor Wat style. Take time to observe the elaborate architecture and fine carvings here.

Next, transfer back to town where you can enjoy some time at leisure. You may wish to visit the old market to shop and gain an insight into the everyday lives of the local people.

After dinner, return to hotel to rest for the night.

 

Day 4: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Independence Monument

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

Your first tour stop in Siem Reap will be the Angkor Silk Farm where you can understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Next, proceed to the floating village of Chong Khneas, located 10 km south of Siem Reap. Following, take a traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia.

Afterwards, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles, a renowned woodworking, stone carving and polychrome workshop in Siem Reap. Thereafter, explore the Local Market leisurely on your own.

Tonight, you will have dinner with a Khmer Traditional Dance Show. Lastly, check in to hotel for a well-deserved rest.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Rise and shine for breakfast before you embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom, the gateway to the ancient Great City. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour the Bayon Temple, standing in the exact centre of the city of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, built with roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration.

Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, built in the late 12th century, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art.

Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Following, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. This architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap – Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

After breakfast, transfer to Phnom Penh – the capital of Cambodia, by public coach this morning. Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, enjoy lunch followed by check in to hotel.

First, visit the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city.

Next, proceed to the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

Following, visit the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Afterwards, head to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Time to enjoy your dinner after the city tour before you return to hotel to rest.

 

Day 4: Departure from Phnom Penh (Breakfast)

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Bayon Temple

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

Begin your tour with a visit to the Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles, a renowned woodworking, stone carving and polychrome workshop in Siem Reap. Proceed to the Cambodian Cultural Village after lunch. It houses 13 unique villages, each featuring different cultural heritages and traditions of Cambodia.

Time to enjoy your dinner after the cultural tour before you check in to hotel for 3-night stay.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom, the gateway to the ancient Great City. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour the Bayon Temple, standing in the exact centre of the city of Angkor Thom. It was built by the King Jayavarman VII dedicated to Buddhist. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, located inside the enclosure of the Royal Palace of Angkor Thom north of Baphuon. It was built with roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration.

Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, built in the late 12th century, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art.

Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today. Following, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple, built in the Bayon style largely from late 12th to early 13th centuries. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built between the 9th and 13th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, enjoy a 1 and ½ hour boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake to visit the floating village complete with schools, hospital, restaurants, Karaoke as well as the floating crocodile farm and Local Market. Afterwards, it is time for lunch.

Next, visit the Khmer Ceramic & Fine Arts Centre, a social enterprise which provides employment and vocational training to the local people while reviving traditional Cambodian ceramic arts.

Enjoy a traditional Khmer massage for 1 hour followed by an interesting tour to the Local Market. Tonight, you will have dinner with an Aspara Dance Performance before returning to hotel to rest.

 

Day 4: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport for transfer to the hotel.

Begin your tour with a visit to the floating village of Chong Khneas, located 10 km south of Siem Reap. Following, take a traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia.

Visit the Cambodian Cultural Village after lunch. It houses 13 unique villages, each featuring different cultural heritages and traditions of Cambodia.

Time to enjoy your dinner after the cultural tour before you check in to hotel for 3-night stay.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom, the gateway to the ancient Great City.

Inside the walls of this city, you will tour the Bayon Temple, standing in the exact centre of the city of Angkor Thom. It was built by the King Jayavarman VII dedicated to Buddhist. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, located inside the enclosure of the Royal Palace of Angkor Thom north of Baphuon. It was built with roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, built in the late 12th century, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art.

Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Following, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple, built in the Bayon style largely from late 12th to early 13th centuries. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built between the 9th and 13th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng to view its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, you will pay a visit to Phnom Kulen, an isolated chain of small mountain plateau located some 48 km north of Siem Reap. This is a holy mountain in Cambodia, of special religious significance to Hindus and Buddhists who come to the mountain in pilgrimage.

After lunch, drop by the Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles, a renowned woodworking, stone carving and polychrome workshop in Siem Reap.

Next, head to the Local Market for an interesting insight into the everyday life of the local people.

Tonight, you will have dinner with an Aspara Dance Performance before returning to hotel to rest.

 

Day 4: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Day 1: Arrival to Phnom Penh (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our local representative at the airport and transferred to hotel in Phnom Penh before you begin the tour.

Your first tour stop in Phnom Penh will be the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

Next, visit the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city.

Thereafter, head to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

After dinner, enjoy a leisurely stroll along Sisowath Quay, which runs along the west bank of the Tonle Sap River. This is a 3km strip lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops.

You can also try your luck playing in the well-known NAGA World casino before returning to hotel for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 2: Phnom Penh – Siem Reap (Breakfast)

Rise and shine for breakfast before you transfer to Siem Reap – the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, by public coach this morning. Upon arrival to Siem Reap, check in to hotel. The rest of the day is free at your own leisure to explore the mystical town.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom, the gateway to the ancient Great City. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour the Bayon Temple, standing in the exact centre of the city of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, built with roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration.

Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, built in the late 12th century, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art.

Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Following, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat Temple. This architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng to view its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 4: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

A day of cultural and relaxation tour awaits you in Siem Reap today.

First, take a traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia to tour the rustic Floating Village.

Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor (Art School) – an educational center that trains rural young people in traditional skills of stone carving, wood carving, lacquer and silk weaving.

After lunch, proceed to Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products. Following, enjoy a 1-hour traditional Khmer massage and proceed for a tour of the Local Market.

Enjoy dinner with Aspara Dancing Performance before you return to hotel for the night.

 

Day 5: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Wat Phnom

Sisowath Quay

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Day 1: Arrival to Phnom Penh (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and transferred to hotel before you begin the tour.

Your first tour stop in Phnom Penh will be the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

After lunch, proceed to the National Museum, also called Musee des Beaux-Arts. It contains a collection of Khmer architecture and sculptures since the ancient times. Next, visit the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Thereafter, head to the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the center of the city. Following, enjoy a leisurely stroll along Sisowath Quay, which runs along the west bank of the Tonle Sap River. This is a 3km strip lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops.

You can also try your luck at the well-known NAGA World Casino before returning to hotel to rest.

 

Day 2: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Start your day with a visit to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Thereafter, visit the Killing Fields of Choeung EK, about 17km south of Phnom Penh. It used to be the site of a former orchard and mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge killed between 1975 and 1979.

After lunch, you will tour the Russian Market (Psah Tuol Thom Pong), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of souvenirs, curios, antiques, handicraft, and many other things of interest to visitors. It is also the place to buy clothes at big discount prices.

Return to your hotel after dinner to rest for the night.

 

Day 3: Phnom Penh – Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, transfer to Siem Reap – the gateway to the ruins of Angkor by public coach. Upon arrival, have lunch first, check in to hotel before you start a cultural and relaxation tour.

First, visit the floating village of Chong Khneas, located 10 km south of Siem Reap. Following, take a traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia.

Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor (Chantiers Ecoles) – an educational center that trains rural young people in traditional skills of stone carving, wood carving, lacquer and silk weaving.

Thereafter, proceed to Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products. Time to explore the Local Market at your own leisure.

Lastly, enjoy dinner with an Aspara Dancing Performance before you return to hotel for the night.

 

Day 4: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact center of the city of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Next, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple, built in the Bayon style from late 12th to early 13th century. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat Temple. This architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 5: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

First, visit the West Barray, the largest manmade lake in Angkor built in the 11th century.

Next, proceed to the Angkor Silk Farm where you can understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products. Visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles in the afternoon. It houses 13 unique villages, each featuring different cultural heritages and traditions of Cambodia.

Following, head to the Killing Field of Wat Thmei, a war memorial located about 3 km from the centre of Siem Reap.

After dinner, check in to hotel in Siem Reap for 4-night stay.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to Angkor Thom – the great city of the ancient Khmer empire. Enter the great city via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour the Bayon Temple, standing in the exact centre of the city of Angkor Thom. It was built by the King Jayavarman VII dedicated to Buddhist.

Next, visit the picturesque Ta-Prohm Temple, built in the Bayon style from late 12th to early 13th century. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

In the afternoon, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built between the 9th and 13th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, you will pay a visit to Thousand Linga River (Kbal Spean) by hiking through the tropical jungle. The site consists of a spectacular series of stone carvings in sandstone formations carved in the river bed and banks. It was also where the former king of Khmer Empire purified himself with the holy water.

Following, head to the unique temple of Banteay Srei, also known as “Citadel of Woman”. It is built largely of red sandstone, with elaborate decorative wall carvings. Afterwards, tour the Banteay Samre Temple, a Hindu temple in Angkor Wat style. Take time to observe the elaborate architecture and fine carvings here.

Next, transfer back to town where you can enjoy some time at leisure. You may wish to visit the old market to shop and gain an insight into the everyday lives of the local people.

After dinner, return to hotel to rest for the night.

 

Day 4: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, enjoy a one and a half hours traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia, to visit the floating villages.

In the afternoon, visit the Cambodian Cultural Village. It houses 13 unique villages, each featuring different cultural heritages and traditions of Cambodia.

Time to enjoy your dinner after the cultural tour before returning to the hotel for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 5: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our local representative at the airport and transferred to hotel for 3 nights’ stay. The rest of the day is free for you to relax and unwind in this mystical town.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom, the gateway to the ancient Great City. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour the Bayon Temple, standing in the exact center of the city of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, built with roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, built in the late 12th century, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art.

Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Following, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat Temple. This architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng to view its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

After breakfast, you will proceed to the Tonle Sap Lake Boat Trip to tour the rustic Floating Village.

Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor (Art School) – an educational center that trains rural young people in traditional skills of stone carving, wood carving, lacquer and silk weaving.

After lunch, proceed to Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Thereafter, enjoy a traditional 1-hour Khmer massage followed by a visit to the Local Market.

Tonight, enjoy dinner with an Aspara Dance Performance before returning to hotel to rest.

 

Day 4: Siem Reap – Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, you will take the public coach to transfer to Phnom Penh – the capital city of Cambodia. Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, enjoy your lunch first before check in to hotel.

Your first tour stop in Phnom Penh will be the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles. Next, visit the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the center of the city.

Thereafter, enjoy a leisurely stroll along Sisowath Quay, which runs along the west bank of the Tonle Sap River. This is a 3km strip lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops. Following, head to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

After dinner, you can try your luck at the well-known NAGA World Casino before returning to hotel for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 5: Departure from Phnom Penh (Breakfast)

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

First, proceed to the Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Next, visit the floating village of Chong Khneas, located 10 km south of Siem Reap. Following, take a traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia.

Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor (Chantiers Ecoles) – an educational center that trains rural young people in traditional skills of stone carving, wood carving, lacquer and silk weaving.

Time to explore the Local Market at your own leisure. Lastly, enjoy dinner with an Aspara Dancing Performance before you return to hotel for the night.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact center of the city of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Following, visit the Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the UNESCO World Heritage Site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat Temple. This architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng to view its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to hotel after dinner for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap – Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, you will take the public coach to transfer to Phnom Penh – the capital city of Cambodia. Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, enjoy your lunch then check in to hotel.

First, visit the National Museum, also called Musee des Beaux-Arts. It contains a collection of Khmer architecture and sculptures since the ancient times. Following, proceed to the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

Next, visit the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Thereafter, head to the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the center of the city. Following, enjoy a leisurely stroll along Sisowath Quay, which runs along the west bank of the Tonle Sap River. This is a 3km strip lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops.

You can also try your luck at the well-known NAGA World Casino before returning to hotel to rest.

 

Day 4: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Start your day with a visit to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Therafter, visit the Killing Fields of Choeung EK, about 17km south of Phnom Penh. It used to be the site of a former orchard and mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge killed between 1975 and 1979.

After lunch, you will tour the Russian Market (Psah Tuol Thom Pong), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of souvenirs, curios, antiques, handicraft, and many other things of interest to visitors. It is also the place to buy clothes at big discount prices.

Return to your hotel after dinner to rest for the night.

 

Day 5: Departure from Phnom Penh (Breakfast)

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Day 1: Arrival to Phnom Penh (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

First, visit the Independence Monument inaugurated in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. Now, it also serves to pay tribute to those who died in the Cambodian Civil War.

In the afternoon, try your luck at the well-known NAGA Casino & Resort. Thereafter, enjoy a 1-hour sunset cruise along the riverfront.

Lastly, enjoy your dinner before you check in to hotel for 2 nights.

 

Day 2: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

After breakfast, you will visit the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

Next, visit the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Thereafter, head to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Following, you will tour the Central Market (Psah Thom Thmey), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of antiques, silver and gold jewelry, gems, silk, and many other things of interest to visitors.

Transfer back to hotel after dinner to rest for the night.

 

Day 3: Phnom Penh – Battambang (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, we will drive to Battambang in northwestern Cambodia. Upon arrival, check in to hotel and proceed for lunch before you begin your tour in the main rice-producing province of Cambodia.

Visit Wat Ek Phnom pagoda and Wat Ek Phnom temple, surrounded by the remains of a laterite wall and an ancient baray dating back to the 11th century.

Next, proceed to Phnom Banan, where an Angkor-era mountaintop temple located 400m above ground can be found. Also pay a visit to Phnom Sampeou where you can see the Wat Sampeou pagoda and 3 natural caves. Learn about the cruel Khmer Rouge regime as you visit some caves used by the Khmer Rouges as killing caves with the skeletons of their victims remaining inside. Enjoy spectacular landscape views here.

 

Day 4: Battambang – Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Transfer to Siem Reap after breakfast to continue your tour.

First, visit West Barray, the largest manmade lake in Angkor built in the 11th century. Next, proceed to the Angkor Silk Farm where you can understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products. 

Head to the Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles in the afternoon. It houses 13 unique villages, each featuring different cultural heritages and traditions of Cambodia. Following, head to the Killing Field of Wat Thmei, a war memorial located about 3 km from the center of Siem Reap.

Tonight, you will enjoy dinner with an Aspara Dance Performance before returning to hotel.

 

Day 5: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact center of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, enclosed by the walls of the Royal Palace. The temple is built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 6: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Day 1: Arrival to Phnom Penh (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

First, visit the Independence Monument inaugurated in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. Now, it also serves to pay tribute to those who died in the Cambodian Civil War. Following, proceed to the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

After lunch, visit the National Museum, also called Musee des BeauxArts. It contains a collection of Khmer architecture and sculptures since the ancient times. Next, head to the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Thereafter, enjoy a leisurely stroll along Sisowath Quay, which runs along the west bank of the Tonle Sap River. This is a 3km strip lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops. You can also try your luck at the wellknown NAGA World Casino.

After dinner, return to hotel for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 2: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

After breakfast, you will visit the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Following, visit the Killing Fields of Choeung EK, about 17km south of Phnom Penh. It used to be the site of a former orchard and mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge killed between 1975 and 1979. Next, you will tour the Russian Market (Psah Tuol Thom Pong), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of antiques, silver and gold jewelry, gems, silk, and many other things of interest to visitors.

Transfer back to hotel after dinner to rest for the night.

 

Day 3: Phnom Penh – Siem Reap (Breakfast)

Rise and shine for breakfast before you transfer to Siem Reap – the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, by public coach this morning. Upon arrival to Siem Reap, check in to hotel. The rest of the day is free at your own leisure to explore the mystical town.

 

Day 4: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact center of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, enclosed by the walls of the Royal Palace. The temple is built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the site one of Angkor's most visited temples. After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 5: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

A day of cultural and relaxation tour awaits you in Siem Reap today.

First, take a traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia to tour the rustic Floating Village. Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor (Art School) – an educational center that trains rural young people in traditional skills of stone carving, wood carving, lacquer and silk weaving.

After lunch, proceed to Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products. Following, enjoy a 1-hour traditional Khmer massage and proceed for a tour of the Local Market.

Enjoy dinner with Aspara Dancing Performance before you return to hotel for the night.

 

Day 6: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

Free till departure transfer to airport for homebound flight.

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our local representative at the airport for transfer to the hotel for 3 nights’ stay. The rest of the day is free at your own leisure to explore the mystical town.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact center of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, enclosed by the walls of the Royal Palace. The temple is built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset.

Transfer back to for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

A day of cultural and relaxation tour awaits you in Siem Reap today.

First, take a traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia to tour the rustic Floating Village.

Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor (Art School) – an educational center that trains rural young people in traditional skills of stone carving, wood carving, lacquer and silk weaving.

After lunch, proceed to Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Following, enjoy a 1-hour traditional Khmer massage and proceed for a tour of the Local Market.

Enjoy dinner with Aspara Dancing Performance before you return to hotel for the night.

 

Day 4: Siem Reap – Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, you will take the public coach to transfer to Phnom Penh – the capital city of Cambodia. Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, enjoy your lunch then check in to hotel.

Your first stop in Phnom Penh will be the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

Next, visit the National Museum, also called Musee des Beaux-Arts. It contains a collection of Khmer architecture and sculptures since the ancient times.

Thereafter, head to the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city.

Following, enjoy a leisurely stroll along Sisowath Quay, which runs along the west bank of the Tonle Sap River. This is a 3km strip lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops. You can also try your luck at the well-known NAGA World Casino.

After dinner, return to hotel for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 5: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Rise and shine for breakfast before you begin your tour at the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the treelined avenues of the city.

Next, head to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Following, you will tour the Russian Market (Psah Tuol Thom Pong), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of antiques, silver and gold jewelry, gems, silk, and many other things of interest to visitors.

Lastly, visit the Killing Fields of Choeung EK, about 17km south of Phnom Penh. It used to be the site of a former orchard and mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge killed between 1975 and 1979.

 

Day 6: Departure from Phnom Penh (Breakfast)

Free till departure transfer to airport for homebound flight.

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Killing Field of Wat Thmei

Baphuon

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

First, visit West Barray, the largest manmade lake in Angkor built in the 11th century. Next, proceed to the Angkor Silk Farm where you can understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Head to the Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles in the afternoon. It houses 13 unique villages, each featuring different cultural heritages and traditions of Cambodia. Following, head to the Killing Field of Wat Thmei, a war memorial located about 3 km from the centre of Siem Reap.

Tonight, you will enjoy dinner with an Aspara Dance Performance before returning to hotel.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact centre of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, enclosed by the walls of the Royal Palace. The temple is built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the site one of Angkor's most visited temples. After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap – Battambang (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, we will drive to Battambang in northwest Cambodia. Upon arrival, check in to hotel and have lunch before you begin your tour in the country’s main rice-producing province.

Visit Wat Ek Phnom pagoda and Wat Ek Phnom temple, surrounded by the remains of a laterite wall and an ancient baray dating back to the 11th century. Next, proceed to Phnom Banan, where an Angkor-era mountaintop temple located 400m above ground can be found.

Also pay a visit to Phnom Sampeou where you can see the Wat Sampeou pagoda and 3 natural caves. Learn about the cruel Khmer Rouge regime as you visit the killing caves used by the Khmer Rouges with skeletons of their victims remaining inside. Enjoy spectacular views of the beautiful landscape here.

 

Day 4: Battambang – Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Depart Battambang for Phnom Penh. Upon arrival, you will proceed for lunch, check in to hotel then brought on the tour.

First, visit the Independence Monument inaugurated in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. Now, it also serves to pay tribute to those who died in the Cambodian Civil War.

In the afternoon, try your luck at the well-known NAGA Casino & Resort. Thereafter, enjoy a 1-hour sunset cruise along the riverfront.

Lastly, enjoy your dinner before you check in to hotel for 2 nights.

 

Day 5: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

After breakfast, visit the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On its south side is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

Next, visit the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. A Buddhist temple at 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Thereafter, head to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Following, you will tour the Central Market (Psah Thom Thmey), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of antiques, silver and gold jewellery, gems, silk, and many more.

Transfer back to hotel after dinner to rest for the night.

 

Day 6: Departure from Phnom Penh (Breakfast)

Free till departure transfer to airport for homebound flight.

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Canada Niagara 7 Days 6 Nights Canada Canadian Rockies Tour

The Rocky Mountains of Canada, also known as Canadian Rockies, span a vast land from Alberta to British Columbia. This Canadian tour package allows you to explore the towns and cities around the Canadian Rockies, as well as discover the cities of Victoria and Vancouver or Seattle. You also get to visit specialty spots such as a bee farm, ginseng farm and winery.

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Butchart Gardens


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Vancouver and Seattle have a warm and temperate climate with Vancouver having an average temperature of 9.9 °C and annual rainfall of 1283 mm, and Seattle having a temperature of 10.9 °C and rainfall of 969 mm, while Kamloops has a steppe climate with average temperature of 8.6 °C and annual rainfall of 305 mm.

Banff, Vernon and Salmon Arm have a cold and temperate climate with Banff having an average temperature of 1.8 °C and annual rainfall of 511 mm, while Vernon have a temperature of 6.1 °C and rainfall of 882 mm, and Salmon Arm’s temperature is 7.4 °C and rainfall 569 mm.

The seasons in Banff, Vernon and Salmon Arm are as follow:

  • Spring –April to May are months when there is an abundance of wildflowers at Vernon and Salmon Arm. Banff’s weather is unpredictable and everything from blizzards to warm weather can be experienced during this season.
  • Summer –June to August is the period when the mountain lakes at Banff look their most brilliant.July is the hottest month of the year at Banff, Vernon and Salmon Arm.
     
  • Autumn –September to October is when temperatures cool and beautiful fall colours arrive. Do pack warm layers to protect you from the cooling weather. Blizzards are common in Banff in October as it can quickly turn bitterly cold within the month.
  • Winter –November to March are months when the temperatures become freezing. Do pack more layers and a winter jacket. January is the coldest month of the year.

The seasons in Kamloops and Vancouver are as follow:

  • Spring – March to May are months when temperatures are mild with a mix of sunshine and rain.
  • Summer – June to August is the peak tourist season, with July being the hottest month of the year. Kamloops may experience the occasional rainstorm with relatively low humidity.
  • Autumn –September to November is a period of mild to cool temperatures. Early autumn may still be warm, but it can get rather cold by the end of autumn. It is recommended to pack more layers.
     
  • Winter –December to February may be cold and snowy months, but Kamloops, Vancouver and Seattle differ in that Kamloops enjoy mainly sunny yet windy days, while Vancouver and Seattle have frequent rain showers which may hinder sightseeing plans. Do pack more layers and a winter jacket. January is the coldest month of the year.

 

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Arrival in Vancouver or Seattle – Vancouver (No meal)
 
Vancouver or Seattle City Tour
Upon arrival at Vancouver or Seattle airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you. The sightseeing tour of Vancouver city will showcase Vancouver Chinatown, the largest in Canada, Gastown’s Steam Whistle Clock, one of the few working ones in the world, Canada Place, an iconic national landmark housing world-class events and uniquely Canadian experiences, Stanley Park, a beautiful public park that attracts about 8 million visitors annually, and 2010 Olympics cauldron site among other highlights. As for the half-day sightseeing tour at Seattle city, you will view landmarks such as Seattle Chinatown and Space Needle (optional entry fee at own expense), an observation tower that has become the symbol of Seattle, before arriving in Vancouver in late afternoon.
 
 
 
Day 2: Vancouver – Merritt – Kelowna – Vernon (Lunch, Dinner)

Lake Okanagan and Honey Tasting Tour
Have an early start from Vancouver and travel through Fraser Valley before enjoying lunch at Merritt and a tour of Lake Okanagan where monster watchers have claimed sightings of Ogopogo, the monster said to lurk in the waters of Lake Okanagan in Kelowna. End your day on a sweet note with a honey tasting session at a bee farm at Vernon.
 
 
 
Day 3: Vernon – Lake Louise – Banff (Breakfast, Lunch)
 
Banff Scenic Tour
Proceed to Lake Louise Ski Resort, one of the largest ski resorts in North America, and board the optional fully- enclosed gondola to a height of 2,088 meters where you will be rewarded with spectacular views of Banff National Park. After lunch at Lake Louise’s downtown area, head to Lake Louise and Bow River before staying at Banff, a picturesque resort town with the Rocky Mountains in the backdrop.
 
 
 
Day 4: Banff – Rogers Pass – Last Spike – Salmon Arm (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
 
Rogers Pass and Last Spike Tour
After breakfast, depart from Banff via Rogers Pass, a gap between the Hermit and Sir Donald ranges of the Selkirk Mountains. En route to Salmon Arm, drop by the Last Spike, a historic site where the last railway spike was driven into the ground to mark the completion of 3,000 miles of railroad tracks that connect the western and eastern Canada.
 
 
 
Day 5: Salmon Arm – Kamloops – Vancouver (Breakfast)
 
Ginseng Farm and Winery Tour
After breakfast, enjoy a tour of a ginseng farm and winery. Ending your tour of the Rocky Mountains, you will return to Vancouver in the early evening.
 
 
 
Day 6: Vancouver – Victoria – Vancouver (Lunch)
 
Victoria Day Tour
Set off in the early morning to take a BC Ferries’ ferry across Georgia Strait to Vancouver Island. Visit Butchart Gardens, ranked by USA Today, CNN and National Geographic as one of the top floral display gardens in the world. Enjoy a tour of Victoria city where you will see Victoria Chinatown, the oldest in Canada, Victoria Inner Harbour, one of the most beautiful harbors in the world, Centennial Square, a plaza built in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the establishment of Victoria city, Mile Zero, the starting point of Trans-Canada Highway, the world’s longest national highway, British Columbia Parliament Buildings and Beacon Hill Park.
 
 
 
Departure from Vancouver or Seattle (No meal)
 
Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Vancouver or Seattle airport for homebound flight.

 

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Canada 8 Days 7 Nights Canada Best of West Canada Tour

Enjoy a balanced mix of city highlights and offerings of nature on this tour of West Canada. Covering Vancouver, North Shore, Victoria, Whistler, Calgary and Banff in this holiday package, you will have city tours at Vancouver, Calgary and Banff. On top of a sightseeing cruise through the Gulf Islands where you will watch for whales, sea lions and bald eagles, the gondola rides on this tour will also let you see nature's beauties from different views.

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Capilano Suspension Bridge

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Lake Louise

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Vancouver’s climate is warm and temperate with average temperature of 9.9 °C and annual rainfall 1283 mm, while Whistler, Calgary and Banff have a cold and temperate climate. Whistler’s average temperature is 5.9 °C and rainfall 1113 mm, while Calgary’s temperature is 3.4 °C and rainfall 428 mm, and Banff’s temperature is 1.8 °C and rainfall 511 mm.

The seasons in Vancouver are as follow:

  • Spring –March to May are months when temperatures are mild with a mix of sunshine and rain.
  • Summer –June to August is the peak tourist season, with July being the hottest month of the year.
  • Autumn –September to November is a period of cool temperatures with pretty fall foliage. Early autumn may still be warm, but it can get rather cold by the end of autumn. It is recommended to pack more layers.
  • Winter –December to February is when Vancouver has frequent rain showers which may hinder sightseeing plans. Do pack more layers and a winter jacket. January is the coldest month of the year.

 

The seasons in Whistler, Calgary and Banff are as follow:

  • Spring –April to May are months when melting snow will muddy parks and trails in Calgary and Banff. Banff’s weather is unpredictable and everything from blizzards to warm weather can be experienced during this season. Skiing can be done through the end of April at Whistler.
  • Summer –June to August is the peak tourist season, with July being the hottest month of the year. The mountain lakes at Banff look their most brilliant during this period. Skiing can still be done at Whistler’s Horstman Glacier.
  • Autumn –September to October is when temperatures cool and beautiful fall colours arrive. Do pack warm layers to protect you from the cooling weather. Blizzards are not uncommon in Banff in October as it can quickly turn bitterly cold within the month.
  • Winter –November to March are months when snow blankets the cities and towns, and winter sports enthusiasts descend upon them in search of powder. Do pack more layers and a winter jacket. January is the coldest month of the year.

 

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Day 1:   Arrival in Vancouver (No meal) 
 
Welcome to Vancouver
Upon arrival at Vancouver airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.
 
 
 
Day 2: Vancouver – North Shore – Vancouver (Breakfast)

Vancouver and North Shore Day Tour
See Vancouver’s highlights such as Stanley Park, Chinatown, Gastown, English Bay and Yaletown, along with the best of North Shore; Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and Grouse Mountain. While at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, explore the Treetops Adventure, CLIFFWALK and the suspension bridge itself. Take a gondola ride up Grouse Mountain to visit grizzly bears and Theatre in the Sky, and watch the Lumberjack Show and Birds in Motion. 
 
 
 
Day 3: Vancouver – Victoria – Vancouver (Breakfast)
 
Victoria Day Tour
Take a 90-minute sightseeing cruise through the Gulf Islands located in the Georgia Strait where you will watch for whales and sea lions. Visit Butchart Gardens, ranked by USA Today, CNN and National Geographic as one of the top floral display gardens in the world. Enjoy a tour of Victoria city where you will see the famous Oak Bay and Uplands residential neighborhoods, as well as the University of Victoria, Beacon Hill Park, Chinatown and Downtown. 
 
 
 
Day 4: Vancouver – Whistler – Vancouver (Breakfast) 
 
Whistler Day Tour
Enjoy the picturesque drive on the Sea to Sky Highway with stops at beautiful spots such as the 335-meter high Shannon Falls. Upon arrival at Whistler, you will have time to dine, shop, take the Peak 2 Peak Gondola, cycle or stroll along the trails. Depending on the season, you can ride the Whistler Village Gondola to the peak of Whistler Mountain. Bask in brilliant glacier, mountain and river views on your drive back to Vancouver.
 
 
 
Day 5: Vancouver – Calgary (Breakfast) 
 
Domestic Flight to Calgary
Take a domestic flight to Calgary, the largest city in the province of Alberta. Upon check- in at hotel, you can spend the rest of day exploring this cosmopolitan city at leisure.
 
 
 
Day 6: Calgary (Breakfast) 
 
Calgary City Tour
Get a comprehensive understanding of this exciting city as you embark on a tour where you will make visits to Calgary’s iconic landmarks such as Calgary Tower, a 191- meter high freestanding observation tower downtown which is a must-see on any visitor’s itinerary, Old City Hall, New City Hall, Olympic Plaza, Fort Calgary National Historic Site, Chinatown, Eau Claire Market, Stephen Avenue, Devonian Gardens, Stampede Park and Scotiabank Saddledome. 
 
 
 
Day 7: Calgary – Banff – Calgary (Breakfast)
 
Banff Day Tour
Travel through Alberta’s mountains and amazing scenery to the resort town of Banff located amid the Rocky Mountains. Learn about the geology and building of this town, as well as the stories of the people. Marvel at the 360-degree scenic views as you take the 8-minute Banff Gondola ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain, named after its hot springs that have now been developed into swimming and hot pools. 
 
 
Day 8: Departure from Calgary (Breakfast)
 
Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Calgary airport for homebound flight.
 
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Canada 8 Days 7 Nights Canada Elegant East Canada Tour

View historic treasures, magnificent works of nature, city highlights and iconic symbols of the nation on this East Canada holiday. Not only does this tour package bring you on city tours in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec, it also gives you a once-a-lifetime experience at Niagara where you will ride on the famous Maid of the Mist as it takes you close to the stunning Niagara Falls.

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Ottawa Parliament


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Toronto, Niagara, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec have a warm summer continental climate. Toronto has an average temperature of 8.3 °C and annual rainfall of 785 mm, while Niagara’s temperature is 8.65 °C and rainfall 887 mm, Montreal’s temperature is 6.4 °C and rainfall 975 mm, Ottawa’s temperature is 6.0 °C and rainfall 868 mm, and Quebec’s temperature is 4.8 °C and rainfall 1101 mm.

 

The seasons in Toronto, Niagara, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebecare as follow:

  • Spring –March to May are months when the cities enjoy cool and mild weather which is good for walking around. This maple harvesting season also allows you the opportunity to be invited by Quebec’s maple sugar shacks to watch as the maple sap is boiled into syrup and other tasty treats.
  • Summer –June to August is the peak tourist season for Toronto, Niagara, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec.
  • Autumn –September to November bring about the colors of autumn. When visiting Niagara, it is recommended to prepare clothing that can be layered because temperatures can be unpredictable.
  • Winter –Toronto andNiagara are covered in snow from December to March, while Montreal, Ottawa and Quebecfrom November to March. During winter, Niagara Falls may freeze and the cold will be sharp due to the wind-chill. The cities also experience biting winds and snow. Sidewalks will be icy, so it is recommended to have proper footwear.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Toronto (no meal)
 
Welcome to Toronto
Upon arrival at Toronto airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.
 
 
 
Day 2: Toronto (Breakfast)

Toronto City Tour
Discover Toronto with visits to Hockey Hall of Fame, a museum dedicated to the history and greatest players of ice hockey, CN Tower, Canada’s most recognizable landmark, Rogers Centre, a multi-purpose stadium in downtown Toronto, Air Canada Centre, a multi-purpose indoor sporting arena in downtown Toronto, Olympic Spirit, an Olympic-themed attraction featuring interactive displays, Harbourfront neighborhood, a waterfront district offering beautiful views of Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence Market, a major public market showcasing merchants passionate about their produce and craft, Toronto Entertainment District, a downtown area housing everything from live theaters and nightclubs to restaurants and major league sports teams, Casa Loma, the largest private residence of its era when built and is now a historic house museum, Royal Ontario Museum, a museum of art, world culture and natural history, Bata Shoe Museum, a museum that celebrates the style and function of footwear, and CF Toronto Eaton Centre, a premier shopping mall in downtown Toronto.
 
 
 
Day 3: Toronto – Niagara – Toronto (Breakfast)
 
Niagara Day Tour
Board Niagara’s signature boat, Maid of the Mist, which will take you close to the stunning falls, and around American Falls (based on seasonal availability). Other notable spots you will visit are Horseshoe Falls, Table Rock, Floral Clock, Clifton Hill and Niagara-on-the-Lake.
 
 
 
Day 4: Toronto – Montreal (Breakfast) 
 
Domestic Flight to Montreal
After breakfast, take a domestic flight to Montreal, a unique blend of a city that is known for its magnificent churches and exciting festivals. Upon check-in at hotel, proceed to explore Montreal’s colorful city life at your own leisure.
 
 
 
Day 5: Montreal (Breakfast) 
 
Montreal City Tour
Get a comprehensive overview of Montreal as you visit the Old Montreal, the oldest area in the city, Notre-Dame Basilica, an imposing Gothic Revival church which was the first in Canada, Olympic Park, home to many venues of the 1976 Summer Olympics, Mount Royal Park, the city’s best- known park, Saint Joseph’s Oratory, touted to be the largest church in Canada, Port of Montreal, Chinatown, Place Ville Marie, Montreal City Hall, Bell Centre, Downtown Montreal and many more signature highlights.
 
 
 
Day 6: Montreal – Ottawa – Montreal (Breakfast) 
 
Ottawa City Tour
Explore Ottawa, the capital of Canada, as you visit Parliament buildings, Supreme Court of Canada, National Arts Centre, Ottawa City Hall, Dows Lake, Chinatown, Little Italy, Rideau Canal, Ontario's only UNESCO World Heritage site, Rockcliffe Park Lookout, a spot that offers one of the best views Ottawa has to offer, Ornamental Gardens, an 8-acre showcase of perennials and shrubs, many of which were developed in Canada, and ByWard Market, a historic market featuring farmers’ market stalls, hip street art stores, cosy eateries and quaint bars. 
 
 
 
Day 7: Montreal – Quebec – Montreal (Breakfast)
 
Quebec City Tour
Spend the day discovering the charming French-speaking Quebec with insightful visits to Place-Royale, a central plaza in Old Quebec featuring many historic buildings, Plains of Abraham, the site of a pivotal battle in the history of Canada, Montmorency Falls, one of Quebec’s most stunning natural attractions, Île d'Orleans, a historic borough that celebrates Quebec’s rural traditions, Place d'Armes, a popular square in Old Quebec, and Parliament Building among other interesting attractions. 
 
 
Day 8: Departure from Montreal (Breakfast)
 
Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Montreal airport for homebound flight.
 
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Canada 13 Days 12 Nights Canada Best of Canada Tour

This comprehensive private tour of Canada will bring you to visit Toronto, Niagara, Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Banff, Jasper, Kamloops, Vancouver and Whistler. There is no shortage of historic landmarks, city icons and beautiful works of nature in this holiday package. In addition to scenic boat rides at Niagara Falls and Thousand Islands at Kingston, the gondola rides on this tour will also let you view nature's beauties from different perspectives.

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Maid of the Mist

Notre-Dame Bascilica


Ottawa Parliament


Quebec

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Toronto, Niagara, Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec have a warm summer continental climate. Toronto has an average temperature of 8.3 °C and annual rainfall of 785 mm, while Niagara’s temperature is 8.65 °C and rainfall 887 mm, Kingston’s temperature is 6.9 °C and rainfall 925 mm, Ottawa’s temperature is 6.0 °C and rainfall 868 mm, Montreal’s temperature is 6.4 °C and rainfall 975 mm, and Quebec’s temperature is 4.8 °C and rainfall 1101 mm.

Calgary, Banff, Jasper and Whistler have a cold and temperate climate. Calgary’s average temperature is 3.4 °C and annual rainfall 428 mm, while Banff’s average temperature is 1.8 °C and rainfall 511 mm, Jasper’s temperature is 2.9 °C and rainfall 469 mm, and Whistler’s temperature is 5.9 °C and rainfall 1113 mm.

Kamloops has a steppe climate with average temperature of 8.6 °C and annual rainfall 305 mm, while Vancouver’s climate is warm and temperate with average temperature of 9.9 °C and annual rainfall 1283 mm.

 

The seasons in Toronto, Niagara, Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Kamloops and Vancouverare as follow:

  • Spring –March to May are months when the cities enjoy cool and mild weather which is good for walking around. This maple harvesting season also allows you the opportunity to be invited by Quebec’s maple sugar shacks to watch as the maple sap is boiled into syrup and other tasty treats.
  • Summer –June to August is the peak tourist season, though Kamloops may experience the occasional rainstorm with relatively low humidity.
  • Autumn –September to November bring about the colors of autumn. Temperatures can be unpredictable at Niagara. Early autumn may still be warm in Kamloops and Vancouver, but it can get rather cold by the end of autumn. It is recommended to pack more layers.
  • Winter –Toronto, Niagara and Kingston are covered in snow from December to March, while Ottawa, Montreal and Quebecfrom November to March, and Kamloops and Vancouver from December to February. Toronto, Niagara, Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebecwill experience biting winds and snow, and Niagara Falls may freeze. While Kamloops enjoy mainly sunny yet windy days in winter, Vancouver will have frequent rain showers which may hinder sightseeing plans. Sidewalks will be icy, so it is recommended to have proper footwear. Do also pack more layers and a winter jacket.

 

The seasons in Calgary, Banff, Jasper and Whistler are as follow:

  • Spring –April to May are months when melting snow will muddy parks and trails in Calgary, Banff and Jasper. Banff’s weather is unpredictable and everything from blizzards to warm weather can be experienced during this season. Skiing can be done through the end of April at Whistler.
  • Summer –June to August is the peak tourist season, with July being the hottest month of the year. The mountain lakes at Banff look their most brilliant during this period. Skiing can still be done at Whistler’s Horstman Glacier.
  • Autumn –September to October is when temperatures cool and beautiful fall colours arrive. Do pack warm layers to protect you from the cooling weather. Blizzards are not uncommon in Banff in October as it can quickly turn bitterly cold within the month.
  • Winter –November to March are months when snow blankets the cities and towns, and winter sports enthusiasts descend upon them in search of powder. Do pack more layers and a winter jacket. January is the coldest month of the year.

 

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Toronto (Dinner)
 
Toronto City Tour
Upon arrival at Toronto airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Embark on an evening tour of the cosmopolitan city of Toronto with visits to Hockey Hall of Fame, CN Tower, Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre, Olympic Spirit, Harbourfront neighbourhood, St. Lawrence Market, Toronto Entertainment District, Casa Loma, Royal Ontario Museum, Bata Shoe Museum and CF Toronto Eaton Centre.
 
 
 
Day 2: Toronto – Niagara – Toronto (Breakfast, Dinner)

Niagara Day Tour
Board Niagara’s signature boat, Maid of the Mist, which will take you close to the stunning falls, and around American Falls (based on seasonal availability). Other notable spots you will visit are Horseshoe Falls, Table Rock, Floral Clock, Clifton Hill and Niagara-on-the-Lake.
 
 
 
Day 3: Toronto – Kingston – Ottawa (Breakfast, Dinner)
 
Kingston Thousand Islands Cruise Tour
After breakfast, proceed to Kingston where Thousand Islands is located at. Join the Thousand Islands Cruise as it brings you to explore the beautiful surrounding scenery. Continue on to the historic Ottawa.
 
 
 
Day 4: Ottawa – Montreal (Breakfast, Dinner) 
 
Ottawa City Tour
Spend your day exploring Ottawa, Canada’s capital. The landmarks you will visit are Parliament buildings, Supreme Court of Canada, National Arts Centre, Rideau Canal, Ottawa City Hall, Rockcliffe Park Lookout, Dows Lake, Ornamental Gardens, Chinatown, Little Italy and Farmers’ Market. End your day at Montreal.
 
 
 
Day 5: Montreal (Breakfast, Dinner) 
 
Montreal City Tour
Get a comprehensive overview of Montreal as you visit the Old Montreal, Notre-Dame Basilica, Olympic Park, Mount Royal Park, Saint Joseph’s Oratory, Port of Montreal, Chinatown, Place Ville Marie, Montreal City Hall, Bell Centre, Downtown Montreal and many more signature highlights.
 
 
 
Day 6: Montreal – Quebec – Montreal (Breakfast, Dinner) 
 
Quebec City Tour
Discover the charming French-speaking Quebec on this day tour with insightful visits to Place-Royale, Plains of Abraham, Parliament Building, Montmorency Falls, Île d'Orleans and Place d'Armes among other interesting attractions.
 
 
 
Day 7: Montreal – Calgary – Banff (Breakfast, Dinner)
 
Domestic Flight to Calgary
After breakfast, take a domestic flight to Calgary. Upon arrival, proceed to check-in hotel at Banff before having your dinner and exploring this picturesque resort town with the Rocky Mountains in the backdrop.
 
 
Day 8: Banff (Breakfast, Dinner)
 
Banff Scenic Tour
After breakfast, set out to discover Sulphur Mountain. It is named after its hot springs that have been developed into swimming and hot pools. Enjoy a gondola ride to take in the charming scenery before heading to Lake Louise in the afternoon.
 
 
 
 
Day 9: Banff – Jasper (Breakfast, Dinner)
 
Icefields Parkway Drive
After breakfast, appreciate one of the most beautiful drives in the world as you travel from Banff to Jasper via the Icefields Parkway. Upon arrival at Jasper, proceed to check-in to hotel and enjoy a satisfying dinner.
 
 
 
 
Day 10: Jasper – Kamloops (Breakfast, Dinner)
 
Kamloops City Tour
After breakfast, proceed to travel to Kamloops which is one of Canada’s most sunny destinations and a paradise of fun outdoor activities. Upon arrival at Kamloops, you will enjoy an orientation tour of the city.
 
 
 
 
Day 11: Kamloops – Vancouver (Breakfast, Dinner)
 
Vancouver City Tour
After breakfast, head to Capilano Suspension Bridge which crosses the Capilano River. Upon arrival at Vancouver city, you will have a half-day sightseeing tour which will showcase Stanley Park and English Bay.
 
 
 
 
Day 12: Vancouver – Whistler – Vancouver (Breakfast, Dinner)
 
Whistler Day Tour
Take a scenic ride on the Whistler Village Gondola, located in Whistler Village at the base of Whistler Mountain. Upon arrival at the top, marvel at the breathtaking 360-degree views that Peak 2 Peak Gondola offers between Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain.
 
 
 
 
Day 13: Departure from Vancouver (Breakfast)
 
Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Vancouver airport for homebound flight.
 
 

 

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China Haikou 3 Days 2 Nights Haikou Free & Easy Package

Go for a short getaway trip to Haikou, a typical tropical seaside city famous of China. Upon arrival in Haikou, our local representative will meet your with a warm welcome and will transfer to hotel for a good day’s rest. The rest of the days will be free at your own leisure.

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China Greatwall

4 Days 3 Nights Beijing Free & Easy with 1 or 2 Tours

Spend your trip in Beijing with a day of free tour with either A or B:

A:Tianan men Square, The Forbidden City, Silk shop, Outside National Centre for the Performing Arts, Qianmen Walking Street, Foot massage.
B: Juyongguan Great Wall, Jade Factory, Outside Olympic Stadium--"Bird Nest", Outside Olympic Swimming Poor “Water Cube”, Foot massage.

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China World Financial Center 4 Days 3 Nights Shanghai Unwind Tour Package

A short trip to Shanghai and get a day tour by visiting World Financial Center 94th floor, The Bund, City God Temple, Nanjing Road, Tianmai Jade and Tongrentang herbs. You will have the rest of the days to enjoy your own leisure time in Shanghai.

 

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China Tian Nan Men 5 Days 4 Nights Beijing Super Value Tour Package

After arriving at Beijing, visit Tian’an men Square to view the exterior of The Monument to the People’s Heroes, Great Hall of the People, Chairman Mao ZeDong Memorial Hall and the National Centre for the Performing Arts. Other attractions include Forbidden City, Juyongguan Great Wall, Old Beijing Gets Moving Exhibition, Wangfujing Street, Summer Palace, Olympic Stadium ”Birds Nest” and ”Water Cube” and many more.

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China Ling Shan 5 Days 4 Nights China Jiangnan 5+1 Tour Package

Some of the highlights include: Exclusive Travel-Louvre in East Asia - Lingshan Brahma Palace, taking the world’s fastest Maglev Train Ride, Ascend Shanghai’s World Financial Center’s 94th Floor - The world’s highest skyscraper, visiting the Suzhou Museum designed by Leoh Ming Pei, exploring a living ancient town with more than one thousand years of history - Xitang. (Boat cruise)

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China Nan Shan 5 Days 4 Nights Hainan Island Tour

For this package, you will arrive at Haikou, the "Coconut City" and capital of Hainan Province. Rest the day off at your own leisure and visit Wugongsi, Tropical Bird Park, "The Red Lady Army Sculptures", "Wan Quan River", Li and Miao Cultural Villages, Asian Dragon Bay, Romantic Tianya Performance, Nanshan Cultural Tourist Area and many more.

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China Yangtze 7 Days 6 Nights China Jiangnan Special Tour Package

Travel from Shanghai, Nanjing, Wuxi, Suzhou, Hangzhou and back to Shanghai. Visit places like Pudong New Development Zone, Chenghuang Temple old street, Yangtze River Bridge  and Ming Wall, Dr. Sun Yatsen's Mausoleum, Tai Lake, Ouyuan Garden, ViewingFish at Flower Harbor, Pedestrians Street Nanjing Road and many more.

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 Egypt 8 Days 7 Nights Classical Egypt Tour Package

Full day tour to visit the Great Pyramids & the Sphinx. Visit the Egyptian museum of antiquities to view over 250,000 genuine artifacts of Egyptian treasures, followed with a visit to Khan El Khalili Bazaar, unchanged since the 14th century. Evening, transfer to Cairo train station for your overnight sleeper train to Aswan. More exciting destination awaits for the rest of the trip! Find out more now!

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Europe Denmark 7 Days 6 Nights Eastern Europe: Czech - Slovakia - Hungary - Austria - Switzerland - Germany  (Blue Sapphire Package)

After boarding the luxury coach in Frankfurt, sit back and enjoy a scenic ride through some classic German countryside en route to the Czech Republic. Prague, one of Europe’s most ornate cities, is your first destination. You will arrive in the evening, ready to discover this charming capital city with its fairytale architecture, the following morning.

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Pricing

Adult: SGD138 Per Person Per Day
Child: SGD118 Per Person Per Day
Infant: Free

Single Room Supplement: SGD90 Per Person Per Night
Pre Tour: SGD90 Per Person Per Night
Post Tour: SGD90 Per Person Per Night

Land Transfer to / from Airport, Train, Hotel, Meeting Point
SGD80 Per Person Per Way

Mandatory Tipping for Tour Manager and Driver: EUR7 Per Person Per day

 

Tour Fare

  • Tour fare are calculated on daily basis
  • Twin sharing basis
  • Additional $90nett per room per night for single traveler
  • Child (2-11 years old) shares a room with 2 adults
  • No accommodation will be provided on the last day of the tour, or daily tour

 

Inclusions
Price Includes:

  • Daily transportation on modern air-conditioned coaches
  • Hotel accommodation local 3* (Note: you may be accommodated in a different but equal three-star hotel in/outside the city centre)
  • Daily Continental Breakfast
  • English Speaking Guide

Price Excludes:

  • Attraction tickets
  • Gratuities to driver & tour guide (7 Euro per day)

 

Optionals
All prices shown below are excluded from the tour fare, it is optional during the tour.

Entrance Fee:

  • Danube River Cruise € 15.00
  • Golden Lane € 13.00
  • Fisherman’s Bastion € 2.50
  • Matthias Church € 4.50
  • Schonbrunn Palace € 12.90
  • Mozart Residence € 10.00

Activity:

  • Hungary folklore show + Dinner € 50.00
  • Viennese Waltz Concerts € 50.00
  • Mount Titlis + Cable Car € 80.00
  • Capital of Liechtenstein – Vaduz € 10

Taxes:

  • Czech Republic city entrance tax € 5.00
  • Vienna city entrance tax € 5.00

(Taxes must be paid before entering the city – price per person, no child discount)

 

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Day 1 (Mon) Frankfurt - Prague (No Meal)

After boarding the luxury coach in Frankfurt, sit back and enjoy a scenic ride through some classic German countryside en route to the Czech Republic. Prague, one of Europe’s most ornate cities, is your first destination. You will arrive in the evening, ready to discover this charming capital city with its fairytale architecture, the following morning.

- Accommodation: 3* in Prague or city nearby Courtyard by Marriott Hotel Prague Airport / Dorint Hotel Don Giovanni Prague or similar

 

Day 2 (Tue) Prague - Bratislava (Breakfast) 

Your Prague adventure begins with a spectacular walk along the Royal Route, following the traditional coronation path of the kings and queens of old Bohemia. You’ll start from the top of Castle Hill in the Hradcany district, famous for its views over the red-roofed old city, and then tour Prague Castle. The castle has been the historic seat of Bohemia royalty since the 9th century, as well as home to the nation’s presidents in recent times. Your exploration then heads off around the imposing gothic St. Vitus Cathedral and the Old Royal Palace, and along Golden Lane, an ancient thoroughfare lined with some wonderful traditional buildings.

Later you will stroll across the iconic Charles Bridge, which arches gracefully over the Vltava, and on through the winding alleys to the Old Town Square, where you can see the City Hall and one of Prague’s most well-known sights, the Astronomical Clock.

After lunch in the square, you will make the scenic transfer from Prague to the Slovakian capital, Bratislava – home to another glorious Old Town. Here you will pass through the heart of the city by coach, with views of the magnificent Bratislava Castle and St. Martin´s Cathedral.

- Accommodation: 3* in Bratislava or city nearby Park Inn Hotel Danube / Lindner Hotel Gallery Central Bratislava or similar

 

Day 3 (Wed) Bratislava - Budapest (Breakfast) 

Arrive in Hungary, the fourth country of the tour. Its capital, Budapest, is known as the Pearl of the Danube, and is essentially two different cities joined together: Buda on the west of the river, Pest on the east, each with its own distinct characteristics.

One of the best ways of seeing this unique location is by taking a river cruise, which many people choose to do. After a morning of activity, you will relax over lunch at Buda Palace, and then have a chance to look at the exhibitions in the Budapest History Museum and Hungarian National Gallery, or do a spot of souvenir shopping.

Next you will explore both sides of the city on a cultural and historic tour. Highlights on the Buda side of the Danube include the towered terrace of Fisherman’s Bastion, the medieval Matthias Church and a walk up to the summit of Gellért Hi