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New Zealand

Australia is as naturally diverse as it is large. Home to rainforests, desert islands, bushland and, of course, the dusty wilderness of the Outback, plus species of wildlife unique to the country, nature lovers will be in their element. Elsewhere its cities are hubs of art, culture and gastronomy, and its beaches unmatched.


Top Five Attractions:

  1.  Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House in New South Wales
  2. Uluru, Northern Territory
  3.  Great Barrier Reef, Queensland
  4. Wine regions, South Australia
  5. Great Ocean Road, Victoria





New Zealand is a destination distinct in character. Its 30 regions stretch more than 1,600 km across two main islands, covering deserted beaches, volcanic plateaus, native rainforest, vibrant cities and glacier topped mountains. The Maori culture, rich in song, art and dance, is palpable in many elements of Kiwi life.  As the country is the same size as the UK it is possible to visit multiple destinations in one trip

Top Five Attractions 

  1.  Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington
  2. Hobbiton Movie Set, Waikato
  3. Huka Falls, Taupo
  4. Milford Sound, Fjordland National park
  5. Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland, Rotorua

Unique Lodges to Stay

Eagle's Nest
The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs
Longitude 131
Qualia Great Barrier Reef

We have travelled throughout Australia and New Zealand extensively in order to bring you the most diverse experiences each country has to offer. Explore the itineraries below and contact us on to plan your bespoke adventure.

Mala Mala

Morukoro Farm House Madikwe

Singita Boulders Lodge

Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge