Intrepid takes 25% off in new Australia sale

Intrepid takes 25% off in new Australia sale
Edited by Travel Weekly

    Intrepid Travel has announced its Australia Sale, offering up to 25 per cent off select small-group adventures in Australia departing 21 March 2024 – 31 March 2025.

    Hurry, these deals will only run until 30 April 2024!

    Examples of the best savings during this sale include:

    Save 25 per cent on Intrepid Travel’s 4-day Kakadu, Katherine & Litchfield Explorer – Prices from $1,122 AUD

    Taste The Top End’s natural wonders on this four-day adventure. On this trip, travellers will chase the many magnificent waterfalls at Litchfield National Park and earn from the traditional owners of the land at Kakadu National Park. Highlights include marvelling at examples of First Nations rock art at Ubirr and Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) and winding your way through the staggering sandstone of Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge, leaving you with a lasting impression of the Territory’s beauty and biodiversity.

    Inclusions: Accommodation, transport, some meals and activities.

    Save 25 per cent on Intrepid Travel’s 10-day South Australia Outback Adventure – Prices from $3,282 AUD

    Staying close to home, enjoy wine tasting and wildlife in the Outback. On this trip, travellers will visit the opal capital of Australia, see Silo Art and watch stars sparkling above Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park as you hear traditional stories of the Adnyamathanha people. Highlights include immersing yourself in the beauty of Arkaroola, a 610 sqm wildlife sanctuary and tasting fine wines in the Clare Valley. With First Nations experiences, comfortable accommodation, a knowledgeable leader and numerous included activities, this Outback adventure is the whole package.

    Inclusions: Accommodation, transport, some meals and activities.

    Save 25 per cent on Intrepid Travel’s 4-day Uluru & Kings Canyon Adventure – Prices from $1,110 AUD

    Explore the best of Australia’s Red Centre on a culturally rich and naturally wonderful small group adventure in the Northern Territory. On this trip, travellers will venture to Kings Canyon and take a walk past soaring cliffs, sandstone domes and tranquil gardens and visit the Watarrka National Park to meet with local First Nations guides and learn about the food, art, medicine and languages of the Luritja peoples. Highlights include embarking on the Valley of the Winds walk, stopping off at several lookout points to take in unforgettable views of Kata Tjuta, a towering collection of 36 domed rock formations and marvelling at Uluru, Australia’s most spiritually significant site.

    Inclusions: Accommodation, transport, some meals and activities.

    Save 15 per cent on Intrepid Travel’s 8-day Best of Northern Territory – Prices from $5,570

    Immerse yourself in the unique Outback landscapes and rich First Nations culture of Australia’s Red Centre. On this trip, travellers will spot rock wallabies in Western MacDonnell Ranges National Park (Tjoritja), tour through ethereal rock formations in Kings Canyon and admire the sunrise over Uluru. Highlights include plunging into the picturesque Florence Falls, spotting crocs in Kakadu National Park, and partaking in First Nations guided walks, cruises, weaving classes, and more will showcase the cultural importance of these regions.

    Inclusions: Accommodation, transport, some meals and activities.

    Save 10 per cent on Intrepid Travel’s 6-day Daintree & Cape Tribulation Adventure – Prices from $1,943 AUD

    Balance outdoor activities and cultural education on a nature-lovers adventure. On this trip, travellers will take guided First Nations walks, visit waterfalls, and learn about bat rehabilitation at Australia’s largest facility. Highlights include exploring the Mareeba Wetlands as the sun goes down, swimming in Mossman Gorge, walking and hiking through the rainforest, and spotting tropical fish, turtles and birdlife by watering holes.

    Inclusions: Accommodation, transport, some meals and activities.

    Save 10 per cent on Intrepid Travel’s 6-day Tasmania Adventure – Prices from $1,679

    Experience an island’s splendour and remote wonders that prosper in its isolation on this nature-filled adventure. On this trip, travellers will discover uninterrupted UNESCO national parks and stroll along the stunning Wineglass Bay in the shadow of Freycinet’s pink peaks. Highlights include being mesmerised by the contrasting powder-white sands, turquoise waters and orange-hued granite in the world-famous Bay of Fires, surrounding yourself with endemic wildlife, from Tasmanian devils to fairy penguins, and spending your free evenings indulging in world-class seafood in quaint coastal towns.

    Inclusions: Accommodation, transport, some meals and activities.

    Save 10 per cent on Intrepid Travel’s 7-day Trek the Larapinta Trail – Prices from $2,970 AUD

    Tackle the rugged landscape of one of Australia’s greatest multi-day walks on this outback adventure through the West MacDonnell National Park. On this five-day trip, travellers will hike through shadowed gorges, snaking riverbanks, and towering mountains filled with native flora and fauna and explore the majestic Ormiston Gorge. Highlights include climbing to the summit of Mt Sonder and camping under star-filled desert skies while sharing campfire stories.

    Inclusions: Accommodation, transport, some meals and activities.

    Save 10 per cent on Intrepid Travel’s 10-day Walk Western Australia’s Karijini & Ningaloo Reef – Prices from $3,060 AUD

    Immerse yourself in the wonders of Western Australia. On this trip, travellers will snorkel in the clear waters of Turquoise Bay at Ningaloo Reef, and take a dip in secluded swimming holes fed by tumbling waterfalls.Highlights include exploring the rugged landscapes of Karijini National Park , relaxing by some of Australia’s most incredible scenery, and swimming with whale sharks plus plenty of hiking trails, this trip is perfect for those who love to jump right in.

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