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Take a trip to Australia

Australia is home to some of Australia's most iconic sites, including the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest, one of the planet's oldest and richest ecosystems. Explore the bustling city of Cairns, the ideal starting point for exploring the wonders of Australia, or head to the Gold Coast to enjoy magnificent beaches and exciting theme parks.
Whether you're looking for relaxation on idyllic beaches, thrilling wilderness adventures or immersion in Aboriginal culture, Australia has everything you need for an unforgettable vacation.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Australia

  • Uluru, the red wonder

    Uluru is a rocky hill in the Northern Territory, a magical and sacred place also known as Ayers Rock, Uluru is much more than just an imposing red sandstone monolith. It’s a symbol of spirituality, natural beauty and a deep connection with the land.
    The best way to appreciate Uluru is to take part in a guided walk around its base. Follow in the footsteps of Aboriginal ancestors and discover the stories and legends that permeate every crevice and nook of this sacred rock formation.
    Don’t miss the spectacular sunset over Uluru. As the sun slowly slips behind the horizon, the shades of red, orange and purple that set Uluru ablaze create a magical and moving atmosphere. It’s a moment when time seems suspended, when nature and spirituality meet.
    Near Uluru, explore Kata Tjuta, a group of equally impressive rock domes. Hike through the gorges and valleys of this remarkable geological formation and soak up the raw beauty of this desert landscape.
    In addition to its natural beauty, Uluru also offers unique cultural experiences. Meet the Anangu, the traditional aboriginal people who have been custodians of this land for millennia.

  • Tasmania

    Tasmania is a destination that will enchant you with its natural beauty, unique wildlife and outdoor adventures. Let yourself be carried away by the magic of this unspoilt island and create unforgettable memories in the heart of an authentic wilderness.
    Start your journey by discovering the lively capital, Hobart. Stroll through the picturesque lanes of Battery Point, visit the famous Salamanca Market and explore the fascinating Tasmanian Museum of Art and History.
    Head to Freycinet National Park, where white-sand beaches and crystal-clear waters invite you to relax. Hike to the top of Hazards Mountain for breathtaking views of Wineglass Bay.
    Continue your journey to Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair Park, where majestic snow-capped mountains, sparkling lakes and hiking trails offer an unparalleled wilderness experience. Don’t miss the opportunity to admire the iconic silhouette of Cradle Mountain reflected in the calm waters of Dove Lake.
    As you explore Tasman National Park, you’ll marvel at the spectacular dolerite cliffs that line the coast. Meet pygmy penguins on Bruny Island and watch fur seals basking on the rocks.

  • Perth

    Do you want to discover Australia, but don’t know where to start? Why not try Perth, the capital of Western Australia in the west of the country? This dynamic, cosmopolitan city offers an exceptional living environment, combining nature and culture. Here are just a few of the must-see places to visit during your stay in Perth.
    Kings Park: the world’s largest urban park, covering 400 hectares. Here you can admire a variety of flora, including century-old trees and wild flowers. You’ll also enjoy panoramic views over the city and the Swan River.
    Perth Zoo: the ideal place to observe Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, koalas, wombats and emus. You can also see exotic animals such as lions, giraffes and elephants.
    The Fremantle district: this is Perth’s historic and cultural heart. Here you’ll find colonial buildings, museums, art galleries and markets. You can also sample the local cuisine, featuring seafood and craft beer.

  • Kakadu National Park

    Kakadu Park, 250 km from the city of Darwin, plunges you into a land rich in mystery, breathtaking scenery and age-old Aboriginal cultures.
    Start your exploration with a visit to the spectacular Jim Jim and Twin Falls, where powerful waterfalls cascade into natural pools.
    Continue your journey to the sacred rocks of Ubirr and Nourlangie, where ancient Aboriginal rock paintings tell the fascinating story of the region and bear witness to the continuing presence of indigenous peoples.
    Don’t miss the opportunity to cruise the famous billabongs of Yellow Water, where you can observe a diverse array of flora and fauna, including crocodiles, exotic birds and flowering lotuses.
    Finally, for nature lovers, explore the Maguk and Gunlom gorges, where natural pools and waterfalls await you at the summit of grandiose landscapes.

  • Ningaloo Reef

    The Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia is one of the most beautiful and well-preserved coral reefs in the world. Here you can admire exceptional marine life, including turtles, manta rays, whale sharks and even dugongs. You can also explore the breathtaking scenery of Cape Range National Park, with its gorges, cliffs and white sand beaches.
    Away from the water, Ningaloo Reef also offers opportunities for relaxation and discovery. Relax on the white-sand beaches of Turquoise Bay, enjoy spectacular sunsets on Coral Bay beach, or hike through the desert landscape and stunning gorges of Yardie Creek.

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