One of the things that surprises me so much about Kangaroo Island isn’t that there is so much untouched wilderness, such a variety of wildlife and scenery, so many gorgeous bays and beaches, or even that so many people from overseas visit the Island: it’s actually that so few people from Adelaide actually get there!
I think one of the problems is that it isn’t cheap to get to – and for a place that’s not very far away it just doesn’t seem to make it worthwhile. The irony of this is, that when you’re on Kangaroo Island you actually feel like you’re a world away, and yet you haven’t had to travel forever to get there!
There’s no doubt that Kangaroo Island is a special place. It’s a big island to start with, and huge areas have been kept as conservation parks. These parks contain not only important plant and animal species, but often stunning views, remarkable places like (ahem) Remarkable Rocks, and some fascinating reminders of the Island’s early colonial days.
In recent times we changed our tour by adding in an extra day, which allowed us to include some other wonderful places to explore and enjoy. It’s now a fabulous five-day tour that we are sure you’ll love.
So give us a call and we’ll send you a full-colour itinerary to whet your appetite for an Island adventure! We’re off to Kangaroo Island from the 26th to 30th of March.