Great coach trips

Travelling by coach can be a fun and stress free way to see a destination. The headaches of finding car parks, transporting luggage and long driving times are taken care of for you. You are able to just sit back and relax, chat to your fellow travel companions and let your guide lead you to the attractions along the way. There is much to see and do in Australia and New Zealand, with many different destinations and coach tours from which to choose. To help you get started, I’ve picked five great coach trips which I think are worth investigating for your next holiday.

Great Ocean Road from Melbourne to Adelaide
Travelling along one of the most scenic coastal drives in the world, this six-day coach tour departs from Melbourne and takes visitors along the stunning coastline of the Great Ocean Road to the 12 Apostles, Warrnambool and Mt Gambier, before arriving in Adelaide to journey across to Kangaroo Island and indulge in the local wines and cuisine.

Kimberley Safari
This exciting 12-day 4WD journey in custom built, all terrain, luxury 4WD coaches takes you exploring the gorges along the Gibb River Road, including Tunnel Creek, Windjana Gorge, Bell Gorge, Galvan’s Gorge, Home Valley Station, El Questro Station, Kununurra, the Bungle Bungles and Geikie Gorge.

Highlights of New Zealand
Spend 14 days taking in New Zealand’s leading sights, such as the geothermal wonders of Rotorua, the spectacular Milford Sound and the majestic Franz Josef Glacier.

Tour Tasmania
From the comfort of a coach you can appreciate the landscape of Tasmania with its mountain ranges, rivers and forests. This 10-day tour includes the stand out attractions of Port Arthur and the Gordon River.

And finally, if you are looking for a touring option that is a little different, you might be interested in a five-day coach holiday in New Zealand’s Hawkes Bay specifically to experience its Art Deco Festival.

Have you recently enjoyed a fantastic coach holiday in Australia and New Zealand?

Reposted from YOURLifeChoices – 8 January 2015

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