"This was our 3rd vacation with Kensington & was truly fantastic, probably the best to date. The balance of adventures & activities in New Zealand and a restful couple of days in Bora Bora was just right." Iain Campbell, 2012
From cuddling with koalas to pearl farms, Middle Earth, island hopping by helicopter & dining with kangaroos, we’ve got it!
While Australia is known for the Great Barrier Reef - the only UNESCO World Heritage Site visible from outer space - there are countless other things to do in the area, including swimming with whales. This activity is illegal in most countries, so if you're on a tour of Australia, you should take full advantage of this rare opportunity.
At Cod Hole, located on the northern end of the reef, you can get under the waves and witness numerous varieties of human-sized fish, including the potato cod, which can reach upwards of 250 pounds in adulthood. Native to Australia, these beastly fish are surprisingly docile and curious whenever divers come into their aquatic homes.
For the main attraction, divers can jump into the deeper end of Cod Hole, where they may be lucky enough to have a close encounter with dwarf minke whales, which travel by the hundreds from the south from June to August. These beautiful and majestic mammals have a bird-like beak and smooth skin, and much like the humpback whale, are extremely kind creatures.
It’s easy to feel the haunting spirits of Australia’s rich convict past as you stroll among the colonial buildings and cobblestone pathways of Sydney’s historic Rocks district.
Value tour of the best sights on New Zealand's North Island. Visit cosmopolitan Auckland and the cultural heartland of the country, Rotorua.
(Sydney, Ayers Rock, Cairns)
A lone didgeridoo echoes across the endless desert landscape as the setting sun illuminates the rich red landscape of Australia’s outback heart.
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