Australia and New Zealand are two of our favorite destinations. Why do they make the top of our list? Because whether you're planning your honeymoon or the ultimate family adventure, these two countries offer up as much fun and adventure as a safari to Africa. We like looking for kangaroos, swimming with sharks, sipping local wines, climbing the mountains, and sunning ourselves on the beaches. Plus, the food is some of the best on the planet. And did we mention the locals themselves? Some of the coolest characters we've ever met. 




It seems that every which way you look in Australia there's another epic base camp calling our name. And while it's hard to pick, we've got a handful of favorites that our guests come back to time and time again. From the Saffire Freycinet in Tasmania at the foot of the pink Hazards Range, to the rugged outback at Wolgan Valley in the Greater Blue Mountain World Heritage Area, to the tented Longitude 131 camp in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, we know just how important these lodges are to your experience Down Under. That's why we've got connections in everywhere from Sydney to Byron Bay to make sure your stay is everything you expect and more. 




All the various landscapes of the world can be found on these two little islands. Dramatic fiord-lands and sounds, seemingly endless white sandy beaches, lush green rainforests, stretches of fertile farmland, powerful glaciers, volcanoes, geysers and so much more. All of these natural wonders occur on New Zealand's North and South Islands, comprising just the area of Colorado and the length of California! But beautiful scenery is not New Zealand's only treasure. There are also the indigenous "Kiwi" people and their rich culture. The Kiwi are uncomplicated (don't require Starbuck's Coffee), genuine, friendly and honest. They are generous with whatever they have whether it is a story, a place to stay or something from the garden. 








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