Oceania is one of the most exhilarating destinations. The tour consists of a revelation filled with clear waters, stunning sights and memorable activities.Your trip to the Great Ocean Road will no doubt let you time to catch up the natural wonders of this charismatic drive. Intimation with Koalas and Kangaroos, a breathtaking flight over the famous 12 Apostles and the eye-opening beauty of Loch Ard Gorge at dusk will definitely etch in your mind. Keep enjoying by looking out for some special creatures like echidnas, whales, dolphins and bandicoots. Your camera will remain a working gadget for such particular moments.
You will have time to walk leisurely along the wild beaches or relax yourself at the famous Split Point Lighthouse with sips of coffee. At the serene seaside town Apollo Bay, don’t miss to have a typical pub lunch. A trip to Oceania will remain incomplete without witnessing the trove of the Great Barrier Reef. This is a chief area attracting tourists from around the world. One of the finest ways to view the Great Barrier Reef is by boarding on a small or midsized cruising ship. There is no lack of helpers but security is always of supreme importance and visitors must constantly respect the strict environmental conditions applying to the arrangement and natural reef. Except that, Australia’s most striking coastline will also be a part of this spectacular vision.
Explore amazing airborne views flying over the Daintree Rainforest, Great Barrier Reef and surrounding islands. Or track the coastline and see the scenic beaches from Cairns to Port Douglas. Helicopter or aircraft is the best option with a variety of different itineraries offered. Best opportunity for snap shots.The rightly named Spirits Bay is positioned at the most northern head of New Zealand’s North Island. The Bay is thought to be a sacred place in Māori culture as according to home legend, it is the place where spirits of the dead gather to depart from this world to move to their ancestral home from a huge old pōhutukawa tree above the bay.
The bay has two Māori names, Piwhane and Kapowairua, meaning to “catch the spirit”. The remote bay is 12 km long and was titled one of the top campers’ spots with lush forests and an easy access to sandy beaches, in New Zealand. It is also considered to be a perfect place to fishing and swimming. Dynamite sunset views down on the beach, clear waters for to free dive and glorious hot showers are remarkable.