(Nadi, Mamanuca Islands)
(Sydney, Ayers Rock, Port Douglas)
This sophisticated South Pacific adventure combines the beaches of Fiji with Australia’s metropolises and famous outback. Enjoy the outdoors without having to rough it! Go hiking, cruising, and diving while staying at luxury hotels and camps. Featuring 5 star properties, private guided tours, all internal flights, scenic helicopter rides, cruises and more!
Begin in Fiji where you’ll visit the volcanic Nausori Highlands, beautiful Saweni Beach and five acres of tropical orchid gardens. Take a scenic helicopter ride over white sand and coral reefs, stay in luxurious bures (Fijian wood-and-straw hut/cabins), journey on a dolphin safari, enjoy water sports and relax before heading across the Pacific Ocean to Australia’s outback! Travel from island paradise to Sydney, Australia’s vibrant capital. Go on a luncheon cruise through the harbour and a captivating city tour. Visit the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park and sacred Ayers Rock. Enjoy the outdoors in a 5* eco camp, set atop an isolated sand dune close to the border of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Refresh, restore and revitalise in the aquamarine reef waters of the Coral Sea, the crystal creeks of Mossman Gorge and the palm fringed golden sands of Port Douglas' Four Mile Beach. Cruise the Agincourt Reef by catamaran, a magnificent ribbon of coral reef where you can experience the magic of the Great Barrier. Dive, snorkel and explore this underwater delight from the comfort of a semi-sub. Watch fish feeding from a unique underwater observatory or take an optional helicopter tour over the reef before heading home from this tour of a lifetime!
Cultural, relaxing, adventurous and luxurious, this Fiji Australia fusion incorporates a little bit of everything!
Request a quote or call Kensington to speak to our South Pacific Destination Expert to learn more about various extensions and all the different ways of customizing your tour. Some examples are shark diving or spending a couple days exploring picturesque New Zealand. All of our tours are available at 3, 4 and 5 star levels according to your preference, call now!
Relax upon your arrival as you have a Meet & Greet service on arrival with shell leis and 500ml of Fiji Water. Your tour guide will escort you and will assist you with check-in at the hotel. During your transfer to the hotel your tour guide will explain the itinerary and all the necessary details of your adventure.
Private transfer from Nadi Airport to the Fiji Orchids.
The Fiji Orchid hotel is located 15 minutes drive north of Nadi International Airport and 10 minutes south of Lautoka. The setting is stunning — in a tropical environment in the foothills of the volcanic Nausori Highlands and close to Saweni Beach, one of Fiji's most beautiful stretches of sand and sea. The highlight, however, is the property's own surroundings — in five acres of tropical gardens that showcase an extraordinary number and variety of magnificent orchids. With only six villas, Fiji Orchid is very private and exclusive. The property incorporates a restaurant, bar and lounge area, a boutique and a large swimming pool.
Enjoy time at leisure to explore at your own pace, or relax at your hotel.
Transfer from Outrigger Fiji to Castaway Island Resort by helicopter. Enjoy the beautiful coastline from the sky as you make your way to your next island, Mamanacu.
At Mamanuca you can decide to do nothing, and relax on one of the boundless hammocks, or underneath a palm tree or you can take part in some of the optional activities available. Enjoy snorkelling with beautiful coral reefs right in front of you, or jump on one of the many glass bottom boats and see the magnificent fish and coral below, try some night hand line fishing or big game fishing. Alternatively, parasailing, jetskiing and waterskiing are all readily available. This island has excellent children's activities making it great for families. Please ask your Sales Advisor about any of these tour options if you are interested.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort is an oasis of sand and water on Fiji's Malolo Island. Each of the bures are designed to suit the tastes of even the most discerning traveler. Air conditioning, DVD players, music systems, and separate bathing pavilions are just a few of the perks offered in some of the bures. From deluxe, beachfront bures to over the water bures, the LikuLiku Lagoon Resort dazzles those who stay in these luxurious accommodations. Culinary explosions of the most popular Pacific spices and dishes allows for creative dining. Enjoy fusions of local delights and international staples in a romantic setting. Later, grab a cocktail at one of the bars with a wonderful view of the sun dipping below the lagoon.
Launch transfer from Mamanuca to Port Denerau.
A transfer is provided between the Nadi Airport and you airport hotel.
A private transfer from the Sydney airport to the city/hotel, or vice versa, is provided.
From modern monuments to historic districts, the Australian capital Sydney boasts a variety of activities and attractions for visitors to enjoy including trips to the Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Tower, and the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Try spending some time exploring the Harbour area with its many cafes and gift shops. Head out on a half day tour or picturesque harbour cruise. The SmartVisit allows visitors to visit the sight they want to see, on their own schedule. Ask your Travel Consultant for purchase details.
A boutique property with the reliability, consistency and attentive service of a major business hotel. Each of BLUE’s 100 Guest Rooms, including 33 stunning Loft Rooms, retain the authenticity and charm of the historic wharf building while providing the latest in modern luxury and accommodations. Each room features unique characteristics of the original heritage-listed wharf, modern décor and a view of either the eclectic Woolloomooloo Bay Village or the sensational Sydney Harbour foreshores.
You will be picked up from your Sydney hotel and taken on a private tour of Australia's largest city with an expert guide. Take in the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and world famous Sydney Opera House. Highlights to see also include the historical Rocks district and the beautiful Botanical gardens. On the other side of Circular Quay you will find the Sydney Aquarium and Cockel Bay. You may even wish to leave the CBD and explore some of the interesting Sydney suburbs.
You will be transferred from Sydney to enjoy the crisp air of the Blue Mountains. The Blue Mountains is a mountainous region in New South Wales, Australia. It borders on Sydney's metropolitan area, its foothills starting approximately 50 kilometres west of the state capital. The area begins on the west side of the Nepean River and extends westward as far as Cox's River. Consisting mainly of a sandstone plateau, the area is dissected by gorges up to 760 metres deep. The highest point of the range is 1,190 metres above sea level. A large part of the Blue Mountains is incorporated into the Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Site, consisting of seven national park areas and a conservation reserve. Your Driver and Guide will pick you up from your Sydney hotel and transfer you to this region for a full day tour.
Longitude 131 will arrange transportation to escort you between the airport and property.
After arriving at Longitude 131° and settling in, meet in the Dune House for a 3pm departure to the Cultural Centre where you will learn the cultural and spiritual meanings of Uluru & Kata Tjuta. Afterwards you will travel to Uluru, where we will take a short walk into Kantju Gorge. On arrival at the gorge we will serve refreshments 'inside' Uluru and watch the sunset. You will return to Longitude 131° at approximately 7.15pm.
On your return, relax in the Dune House over pre-dinner drinks and canapés before enjoying a gourmet dinner with your fellow travellers or for a special occasion a private dinner by the pool or on the Dune Top.
Luxurious, eco-sensitive and romantic, Longitude 131° (5*) offers immersion in the wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. This award-winning luxury wilderness camp in Australia's Red Centre has achieved new heights in ecotourism the world over. Longitude 131° is a deluxe camping experience like no other and set atop an isolated sand dune close to the border of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. In the crisp, white linen of a king-sized bed guest find the serene, silent sleep of the desert. Guests awake to their own private view of the amazing sun rising over Uluru (Ayers Rock).
Depart Longitude 131° at 6am bound for Kata Tjuta. Upon arrival you will begin your journey with a guided tour of Walpa Gorge, where the natural history of Kata Tjuta is explained in great detail, learning how eons of weathering and continental upheaval have created what is seen today. You will return to Longitude 131° at approximately 10am.
Spend your afternoon at leisure or take the opportunity to enjoy any of our optional tours, such as a camel ride, Harley ride or helicopter tour over Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
Enjoy sunset drinks and canapés on the Dune Top from 6pm. You will then be transferred to our outdoor dining venue, where you'll have an unforgettable dining experience under the stars. Return to the Dune House for complimentary after dinner drinks.
Transfer between Cairns airport and the beautiful town of Port Douglas with private vehicle and driver.
We all need time out now and again, enter a laid back tropical oasis with sophisticated worldly comforts with a small friendly village atmosphere. Go from business suit to barefoot and frantic to free. Refresh, restore and revitalise, in the aquamarine reef waters of the Coral Sea, the crystal creeks of Mossman Gorge, and the palm fringed golden sands of Port Douglas' Four Mile Beach.
Set on almost 10 acres of tropical beachfront at the southern end of Four Mile Beach, Sea Temple Resort & Spa Port Douglas (5*) combines luxury and first class service to create a haven of privacy and relaxation. With the Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation all on your door step, Port Douglas is the gateway to a magnificent display of Australia's natural beauty.
You will be picked up from your Port Douglas hotel and taken by shared coach along with fellow travellers for your experience of a lifetime. The friendly crew will take you to a reef at the very edge of Australia's Continental Shelf, to an underwater world that is a dazzling kaleidoscope of colour and brilliance. You will travel to Agincourt Reef, a magnificent ribbon reef where you can experience first hand the magic that is the Great Barrier Reef. You can choose to dive, snorkel, or stay dry and explore the stunning reef from the comfort of a semi-sub, just one metre underwater. Watch the fish feeding from Quicksilver's unique underwater viewing platform and underwater observatory or fly in a helicopter over the reef. Whichever way you choose you'll bring home a lifetime of memories from this living natural wonder. The cruise includes morning tea and lunch. There is a $5 per person fuel surcharge payable directly to the catamaran company on boarding the catamaran.
Departing your hotel and joining your fellow travellers, then travel through the rich farming areas toward the World Heritage Listed forest region of Cape Tribulation. Step aboard your own personalised craft for a cruise on the mirrored smooth waters of the Daintree River. Then cruise close to riverbanks and under the overhead canopy of the rainforest seeking out the vivid Ulysees Butterfly, Kingfishers and various other wildlife. The cruise takes you through silent backwaters where crocodiles can normally be seen basking on the muddy banks. Arriving on the northern side of the river you enjoy a homestyle morning tea at Thornton Beach before making your way towards Cape Tribulation and the Coral Sea. Usually you are the sole voyagers on this stretch of wilderness beach. Just before you arrive you will see an outstanding panoramic picture postcard view at Alexandra Range Lookout. From here you'll have a spectacular view of the mouth of the Daintree River, Snapper Island and on a clear day Port Douglas.
You will be picked up from your Port Douglas Hotel and taken by private car to Cairns City or airport.
VISA/PASSPORTAmerican and Canadian citizens are required to have a valid passport to enter Australia. Americans and Canadians must enter with an Australian visa or, if eligible, through Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). The ETA replaces a visa and allows a stay of up to three months. It may be obtained for a small service fee. Airlines and many travel agents in the United States are also able to apply for ETAs on behalf of travelers. Please note that American citizens who overstay their ETA or visa, even for short periods, may be subject to exclusion, detention, and removal.
Please note obtaining a visa is your responsibility. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check information about the ETA, other visas, and entry requirements with the Embassy of Australia HEALTHHealth insurance is recommended. Medical facilities are good quality. We recommend that you see a health-care provider who specializes in Travel Medicine. The doctor or health-care provider will determine what vaccinations and medication you will need, depending on factors such as your health and immunization history, areas of the country you will be visiting, and planned activities. For more information on travel requirements, visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website: http://wwwn.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/australia.aspx COUNTRY INFOCapital: Canberra. Government: Constitutional Monarchy. Gained independence from the UK in 1901. Language: The official language is English. Many other languages are retained by minorities, including Italian, German, Greek, Vietnamese, Chinese dialects and Aboriginal languages. Religion: 27% Roman Catholic, 21% Protestant and smaller minorities of all other major religions. Time: Australia spans three time zones: GMT + 10 (GMT + 11 from October to March, except Queensland; starts a month earlier in Tasmania). GMT + 9.5 (GMT + 10.5 from October to March, except Northern Territory). GMT + 8 (GMT + 9 from October to March, three-year trial in Western Australia until 2009 followed by referendum). Some states operate daylight saving time during the Australian summer. Electricity: 220/240 volts AC, 50Hz. Three-pin plugs are in use, however sockets are different from those found in most countries and an adaptor socket may be needed. Outlets for 110 volts for small appliances are found in most hotels. Telephone: Country code: 61. Mobile Telephone: Roaming agreements exist with most international mobile phone companies. Coverage is good in and around populated areas; access in some of the more isolated, outback and rural areas is limited. US handsets are not compatible. Internet: Available throughout Australia. Internet cafes are prevalent in all capital cities and tourist towns, and individual hotels may also provide facilities. Wi-Fi access is increasing in cities and is mainly found in hotels, bars and cafes.
Please note obtaining a visa is your responsibility. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of the Republic of Fiji for the most up to date visa information.
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