- 2-Day Camping Safari adventure from Adelaide
- Enjoy the free-light bird of prey show at Vivonne Bay
- Watch the seal colony at Admirals Arch laze in the sun
- Be amazed by the Remarkable Rocks
- Sleep under the stars in a bush swag
- Wander the giant sand dunes at Little Sahara
- Paddle your way by Kayak along the Harriet River
- Guided tour by National Park Ranger at Seal Bay
Kangaroo Island (or ‘KI' as the locals call it) is a surprisingly diverse island with soaring cliffs, dense forest, towering sand dunes, wetlands and miles of pure white sandy beaches.
Your adventure filled tour starts bright and early this morning as you board the passenger ferry to Kangaroo Island. As you drive across the island you will discover its natural beauty, stopping at scenic points along the way. At Vivonne Bay, you will see eagles and hawks show off their hunting prowess at the bird of prey show, before continuing on to the pristine Flinders Chase National Park. See the Remarkable Rocks - unique granite rock formations have been sculptured over time by the natural elements. Take a short hike to Admirals Arch where the resident fur seal colony lives and later view the koalas in the Western River region, followed by a swim at a sheltered beach.
In the evening share your stories and swap photos over dinner around the campfire. For the more adventurous, you can sleep out under the stars in a bush swag, or in the Wool Shed in dormitory accommodation.
Camp: Permanent campsite with full facilities
Day2: Kangaroo Island to Adelaide (B,L)
After breakfast, your day kicks off with kayaking along the Harriet River, followed by rambling among the giant sand dunes at Little Sahara. Join a National Park Ranger for a guided walk amongst the sea lions at Seal Bay and see the sweeping coastline in all its beauty. Later, you will have free time to go swimming and snorkeling at one of the many stunning beaches.
In the afternoon you will board the ferry back to the mainland and return to Adelaide in the late evening.
Reviewed by Marius M, December 2012
During my one month holiday to Australia I took many tours, but this one was the best of them all! I had the opportunity to observe a wide variety of Australian wildlife in its natural environment. At the same time the tour was very dynamic and entertaining mainly thanks to Kate, the best tour guide
Reviewed by Patrik A, July 2012
Good trip but outsourced to other operator tan originally listed. The information of the tour and how it was to be performed could have been more detailed.