This package is for the passive adventurer who wants to cross off a few experiences from the bucket list. Spend three days in Port Lincoln on the west coast of South Australia where you will get to swim with the Great White sharks on one day and the playful Sea Lions the next. Return to Adelaide and enjoy a two day personalised touring experience on Kangaroo Island, South Australia's nature playground.
|Vehicle||Mini Bus / Ferry / Flight|
|Start||Adelaide @ Morning|
|Finish||Adelaide @ Evening|
Arrive at your accommodation the Oaks Embassy Hotel for a free night in Adelaide
Fly to Port Lincoln for the start of a 'once in a lifetime' adventure! Take a full day tour to 'Shark Bay' at Neptune Island, approximately 70kms south of Port Lincoln. On the way, see spectacular scenery as you cruise through the Thorny Passage and expect sightings of inquisitive local dolphins and sea birds. Choose to swim with the sharks from the safety of a hardened steel cage, or take in the thrilling sight from the safety of the boat above the water! Spend a half day tour at the crystal clear waters of Seal Cove where you can witness the rare and endangered Australian Sea Lions in their natural habitat. See the gorgeous puppies of the sea welcome your arrival as they bound toward the boat with their unmistakable glee and excitement; performing somersaults and graceful swirls, inviting you to join in!
Take the time to explore Kangaroo Island over a few days and experience more of the islands' fascinating wildlife, spectacular coastal scenery, stunning landscapes and unique local produce.
See all of this and more on a relaxed, yet comprehensive 2-day tour - visit Clifford's Honey Farm, enjoy a Seal Bay guided tour, marvel at the spectacular Birds of Prey free-flight show and watch the eventful pelican feeding at Kingscote. Choose from a range of overnight accommodation options with options of penguin tours and other nocturnal walks (depending on location and the time of year).
Explore Adelaide at your leisure
On day 8 See Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery, feed kangaroos at Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, spot koalas relaxing in the Eucalyptus trees at Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary and visit Flinders Chase National Park including Remarkable Rocks and the New Zealand Fur Seal colony at Admirals Arch.