Inspiring Journeys new 2020 2021 brochure ·

Inspiring Journeys new 2020 2021 brochure

Twelve bespoke itineraries across Australia and New Zealand make up Inspiring Journeys 2020/21 brochure. ‘The Inspiring Journeys experience’ features eight immersive and authentic small group journeys across Australia and four in New Zealand.

Travellers’ searching for unique travel experiences will be thrilled with this rousing collection of trips that range from 5 to 19 days – taking them to the most idyllic, spectacular and iconic locations across these destinations in style. No more than 20 make up the small group and an expert Driver Guide will take care of everything, allowing guests to truly take in their surroundings to create precious memories as they explore, immerse and relax.

With a focus on itineraries crafted from our passion and designed for your experience, Matthew Cameron-Smith, Managing Director of Inspiring Journeys, adds: “We continue to provide guests with our most immersive and engaging travel collection to date. Thanks to the support of our agent partners, we can share the unsurpassed beauty of Australia and New Zealand with guests looking for a more specialised small group travel with more exclusive experiences than ever before which allows them to truly connect to the destination. Inspiring Journeys is the only provider of truly authentic, experiential, small group travel in these destinations and we look forward to sharing more of Australia and New Zealand with our guests and agent partners.”

In celebration of the launch – the top 5 Inspiring Sellers will instantly win one of seven spots on an unforgettable Inspiring Journey experience to the Red Centre, plus 2 Wildcards as every booking made is an entry; Making it easy for travel agents to sell – guests can save up to 10% on all Inspiring Journeys itineraries when they book and pay by 31 January 2020, *valid for travel after 1 April 2020.

Listed are the Top 10 truly authentic experiences from these guided holidays:

1.       Wukalina Walk through Bay of Fires – Tasmania Footsteps & Trails

Embark on a two-night Aboriginal-owned and operated guided walk through the magnificent natural landscapes on the Bay of Fires and Mt William areas, the cultural homeland of the Palawa people. Be captivated by one of the most pristine environments that Tasmania has to offer, spending your evenings by the fire in the eco-friendly Krakani Lumi at Cobler Rocks – built sustainably and entirely off the grid.

2.       Napier – Art Deco Vintage Car Tour – The Endless Shores; The Long White Cloud

Find something unexpected, the glamour and style of the jazz era with a luxurious vintage car showing you New Zealand’s home of art deco. Guests will have fascinating commentary from their driver, as they ride through Napier and surrounding areas.

3.       Kayaking in Milford Sound – The Southern Drift; The Long White Cloud

Experience the magic of Milford Sound up close, on a guided kayaking adventure. Explore the ‘eighth natural wonder of the world’ from a unique viewpoint, before coming face to face with the local marine life below the surface in New Zealand’s only floating underwater observatory.

4.       Local Dining Experience – Under a Desert Moon – Outback Contrasts: A Journey to the Centre; Outback Australia: The Colour of Red; and Northern Territory Dreaming

Set in the wilderness under a canopy of the Southern Night sky in Kings Canyon, where light comes only from the moon and the flickering glow of the fire. Enjoy sparkling wine and canapés followed by a four-course dinner, prepared from fresh produce and ingredients unique to the Australian Outback, all Under a Desert Moon.

5.       Footwhistle Cave – The Endless Shores; The Long White Cloud; and Inspiring New Zealand

Family-run and locally owned, Caveworld has exclusive access to the Footwhistle Cave; a stunning limestone network beneath the rolling hills of Waitomo, New Zealand. Discover a labyrinth of magnificent, undisturbed glow-worm displays – a personal, intimate and unforgettable experience.

6.       Kakadu National Park – Gunlom Falls – Kakadu’s Ancient Secrets; Northern Territory Dreaming

Refresh in the picturesque swimming holes of World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park. Hike to the top of the top of Gunlom falls for a swim in the crystal-clear, natural plunge pool where you’re awarded with spectacular views over Kakadu.

7.       Craggy Range Winery – Dinner – The Endless Shores; The Long White Cloud

Located at the foot of Te Mata Peak, the architecturally designed Giants winery complex, offers a second-to-none visitor experience. The New Zealand restaurant serves the best local and seasonal produce with a 3-course dining experience with Craggy Range wine pairing.

8.       Haast River Safari – The Southern Drift; The Long White Cloud

Travel on a purpose built fully enclosed river jet boat, with front-loading access. Great visibility is ensured through the valley full of multiple shades of green, showcasing the South West World Heritage Area and all its natural beauty.

9.       Discover Daintree Rainforest – Inspiring Australia

See the lush Daintree, the world’s oldest living rainforest from a new perspective during a private guided tour. Indigenous guides will highlight medicinal properties of plants and demonstrate traditional ‘bush tucker’ while sharing the culture and stories of the Kuku Yalanji people.

10.   The Royal Mail Hotel Kitchen Garden – Victoria’s Hidden Gems
Explore the kitchen garden of award-winning restaurant The Royal Mail. Join the ground’s gardener for a guided walk, which supplies most of the hotel’s produce. Set on just over an acre, enjoy dinner at their restaurant with a menu harvested daily by the chefs.

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