AAT Kings and Inspiring Journeys 2023-2024 Guided Holiday tour season for Australia & NZ

AAT Kings has announced its 2023-2024 Guided Holiday tour season for Australia and New Zealand with the launch of three new South Australia tours.  Celebratory savings of up to $600 per couple on select AAT King tours and $1000 per couple on select Inspiring Journeys tours departing April 1 2023 – March 31, 2024* are on offer.

AAT Kings’ 100+ year history is an adventure story, filled with pioneering characters, passionate storytellers, cultural connection and pushing boundaries to create remarkable experiences. The new 2023-2024 season focuses again on the places, stories and tastes of Australia. From the landscapes on the journey, to food and drink that immerses guests into the destination, stories from local people and the unexpected experiences on offer, AAT Kings invites guests to embark on a new adventure.

The wild, wide and wonderful sites of Australia and New Zealand are calling. AAT Kings’ new season offerings cement South Australia as the next hot domestic destination, with the launch of three new tours. The 4-day Outback Explorer includes a visit to Coober Pedy – it’s all lunar landscapes at the surface, and psychedelic colours underground. The 5-day Adelaide to Kangaroo Island tour explores Kangaroo Island’s rugged coastline, home to geological wonders aplenty, while its interior is a mecca for innovative purveyors making beer and cider. Eyre Peninsula is like nature amplified, both on land and in the water, which travellers experience on the 7-day South Australian Eyre Peninsula.

Further afield in domestic and trans-Tasman travel, there are still an unlimited number of offerings to explore. Feast your eyes on the sheer size of Uluru, view Cradle Mountain in the still reflection of Dove Lake or wander through palm-lined walkways to secluded emerald thermal pools at Mataranka. Cruise Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown, explore Quilpie countryside with the locals, sleep in a restored shearers’ quarters and be charmed by small towns like Penguin.

“Our new 2023/2024 season showcases the best Australia and New Zealand has to offer and has a real emphasis on South Australia, as an in-demand destination, rich in breathtaking landscapes, natural wonders and one-of-a-kind experiences,” said AAT Kings CEO Ben Hall.

To celebrate the launch of AAT Kings 2023-2024 season, the group is offering major deals on its recently launched itineraries that will save eager travellers up to $600 per couple on selected AAT Kings tours and $1000 per couple on selected Inspiring Journeys tours booked between now and September 30 2022.

AAT Kings deals include savings of $600pc on the Outback Safari tour, $400pc on New Zealand Panorama tour and $600pc on the Southern Spectacular tour. Inspiring Journeys tour savings include $1000pc on The Long White Cloud tour, $800pc on the Southern Drift tour and $600pc on the Inspiring New Zealand tour.

Aligning with the new season launch, AAT Kings has also introduced new tour highlights: First Choice – Wildlife & Nature and Best Buys – Natural Wonders. These experiences showcase the wild, natural elements of AAT Kings tours. Whether it’s visiting ancient red rock cliffs encircling desert palms at Kings Canyon or seeing the dance of dolphins and whales over the pacific, travellers will be able to let their senses run wild.

To book your next adventure at this special discounted price, visit: www.aatkings.com/wild

*Terms and conditions apply.

SOURCE: AAT Kings / Inspiring Journeys PHOTO CREDIT: Field-of-light-Uluru – credit Tourism Australia



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