Embark On An Epic Australian Adventure

In life, opportunity reaches out to all of us, but it’s up to us to reach back. In a small section of Australia lies a place like no other. Baked in the warm glow of desert heat, this region sits just north of Adelaide and south of Alice Springs. For centuries, very few people had the privilege of travelling along this route, but now, ecotourism companies are offering the opportunity to explore these beautiful places in all of their splendour. Now is not the time to be timid. Once you discover more about this incredible journey, you’ll more than likely want to immediately embark on a journey that you’ll remember for the rest of your life.

Start Slow

While there will be exciting sights ahead, the beginning of the journey starts off rather mellow. You and your fellow travellers will arrive in the beautiful city of Adelaide. As South Australia’s capital, this city features a modern municipality offset by scenic shores and warm, friendly people. Your stay in the city will be brief, however. Depending on the company you choose to lead your tour, your journey could go in any number of pathways. For example, Grampians National Park tours from Adelaide will first take you through Australia’s wine country. The trip through the wine country will be by motor transport, but as time goes on your feet will be doing most of the work.

The Outback

As you venture further up north, you’ll notice the terrain has transformed. In the southern wine country, the landscape was greener and rich with blossoming flowers. The once grassy green plains and sloping hills are quickly fading in favour of sand splotched earth and speckled sand. The once rolling hills now resemble jagged rocks and miles upon miles of dust. This is the Outback. While there are spare shrubbery and plenty of vegetation, it is drastically different from what you saw just a day before. This is a land that is home to the Aboriginal people and it is also sprawling with wildlife.

You’ll have the opportunity to camp under the gorgeous night sky, and you’ll meet some of the aforementioned inhabitants firsthand. Whether it’s wallabies or kookaburras, the fauna that thrive in the Outback are as vibrant and intriguing as the land itself.

An Informative Experience

While a big part of this journey involves the immersive experience, it’s still an opportunity to learn. Eco-tours are as much about respect and enlightenment as they are about fun and adventure. Remember, although you are welcome to visit these beautiful landmarks, always treat the land and the people with the utmost respect. This journey is meant to inform you about the rich cultural history of the land just as much as it is about shocking your senses with awe-inspiring natural landmarks. Once your trip is concluded, it’s very likely that you won’t want to leave.

To learn more, contact a tour company and enquire about their rates. Regardless of your budget, you can still have an amazing experience.