For the past 85 years our friends at AAT Kings have been taking curious travellers to incredible destinations. The experienced crew love showing their guests the amazing sights and certainly go that extra mile to ensure everyone has a great trip. Here at Escape Travel, we thought we’d spotlight five Australasian tours that focus on natural beauty.
Here are our top five Australasian AAT Tours.
New Zealand Vista
This 14 day tour gives enthusiasts the opportunity of experiencing the best of both the North and South Islands. The trip begins in the harbour city of Auckland before heading south to Wellington via the Waitomo Caves and Lake Taupo. Once you’ve seen the sights of the North Island, the adventure continues on the South Island where you’ll admire the beauty of the Fiordland National Park including the iconic Milford Sound.
New Zealand Southern Spotlight
A nine-day Southern Spotlight AAT Kings Tour is the perfect way to enjoy the incredible natural beauty of the South Island. Highlights include the spectacular Milford Sound, the Fox Glacier and stunning Queenstown. Bring extra memory cards for your camera – you’ll need them.
New Zealand Northern Spotlight
Appreciate the sights of New Zealand’s North Island on the eight-day Northern Spotlight Tour. The adventure begins in Auckland, before heading down to Rotorua to admire the incredible geothermic activity. From there your friendly driver will take you down to the capital Wellington via the Huka Falls and Lake Taupo.
Tasmania Western Icons
The west coast of Tasmania boasts a wealth of incredible beauty. On your seven-day Western Icons tour you’ll start by exploring the state capital, Hobart before heading north-west to idyllic Lake St Clair and onto Strahan. After heading up to Burnie and taking in the views of Bass Straight, the trip winds up in Launceston.
Tasmania East Coast Highlights
On the four-day East Coast Tour, you’ll begin your Tasmanian holiday in the northern city of Launceston before heading to the stunning Freycinet National Park – the location of the world-famous Wine Glass Bay. The journey then continues to the historic Port Arthur before finishing in Hobart.