With recent news that Australia is re-opening to international travelers this month, Australia and New Zealand specialist, AAT Kings, has listed their top four Australia tours to take in 2022 that are filled with brand-new, authentic Aussie experiences.
AAT Kings is also thrilled to unveil its new brand campaign ‘Wild Awaits’, which is centered on awakening the senses of travelers and sparking an enriched enjoyment of Australia and New Zealand.
AAT Kings’ new season offerings include experiences such as getting close to nature on Kangaroo Island and touring a privately owned conservancy that is rehabilitating native plants and wildlife that were devastated by the 2020 bushfires.
Another standout element to the new season tours includes a host of fresh and one-off Be My Guest experiences – think a walking tour in Sydney’s trendy Newtown neighborhood followed by a masterclass at Batch Brewer or lunch on Bondi Beach, and a cruise of Stewart Island in New Zealand.
To bring these experiences to life for guests when planning their next holiday, AAT Kings’ industry-first interactive brochure are packed with interactive elements, including embedded videos, pop up animations and immersive timelines. Designed with the user in mind to make the research, planning and booking phase as seamless and enjoyable as possible.
Below are AAT Kings top 4 tours to take to Australia in 2022, from the Aussie experts:
Witness the rainbow colors of Coober Pedy, the immensity of Wilpena Pound and the Flinders Ranges, and the 60,000 years of Indigenous history enveloping Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, its sacred and spiritual sights.
Tail to top adventure is guaranteed on this epic Adelaide to Darwin tour, with an itinerary of extremes showcasing the country’s colors. First, the greens of South Australia’s wine regions; the eye-popping striations of Wilpena Pound; Coober Pedy’s lustrous opals; the Red Centre’s warmth. Finally, the crystal waterfalls of Katherine and Kakadu’s emerald hues await.
Nature, culture, food or wine – Tasmania delivers. This 13-day adventure heads to the iconic Port Arthur, Cradle Mountain, Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay as well as a few surprises on the way.
You can’t help but fall in love with the East Coast of Tasmania. Enjoy slurping oysters at Wineglass Bay, sipping pinot fireside in Hobart, and licking lavender ice-cream in Bridestowe. Appreciate some of Australia’s oldest histories here, in convict settlements or at Freycinet’s beachside Aboriginal middens.
Let your senses run wild with AAT Kings on a fully immersive, multi-sensory, off-the-beaten-track adventure. Wild awaits