Kangaroo Island Tours From Adelaide Australia

Kangaroo Island Tours From Adelaide Australia

The mesmerising Kangaroo Island is situated 13 km off the coast of South Australia.  It is 30m away by air from Adelaide. The island teems with native animals such as koalas, wallabies, echidnas, fur seals, goannas, bottle-nose dolphins and kangaroos.  Walk among the endangered Australian sea lions, marvel at the strange rock formations and indulge in gourmet food, cheeses, and fine wines!

Kangaroo Island in a Day Tour from Adelaide

This memorable tour to the wonderful Kangaroo Island, priced at AUS $ 308, can be done through travel by ferry, plane or a mix of both, in order to suit all budgets.  Encounter amazing wildlife such as wallabies, echidnas, fur seals, koalas and, of course, Kangaroos in this tour!

Features of the Tour:

The tour features Vivonne Bay with a 2-course lunch while admiring the koalas and kangaroos and a guided walk among Australian sea lions at Seal Bay Conservation Park, as well as admiring the extraordinary sculpture-like rock formations at Remarkable Rocks.  Other aspects include a beach walk at Flinders Chase National Park, the rock archway of Admirals Arch, long-nosed fur seal watching at Cape du Couedic etc.

Two-day Kangaroo Island Adventure Tour from Adelaide

This adventure filled two-day tour from Adelaide, priced at AUS $ 463.74, is designed to suit active travellers who love outdoors in Australia.  

Features of the Tour:

Day 1:-

The tour commences with a scenic 1h 30m route through Fleurieu Peninsula to catch the ferry to Kangaroo Island.  Once on the island, learn about sheep farming as well as making fine Eucalyptus oil. Visits to the sea lions at Seal Bay and the sand dunes at Little Sahara, sand-boarding, barbeque dinner at Vivonne Bay Lodge, and free time to indulge in beach-walk, biking, table tennis, or simply lounging in the hammocks features the rest of the first day.

Day 2:-

Begin your second adventure-filled day with the koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas and other critters of Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. The wind-sculpted “Remarkable Rocks”, long-nosed fur seals of Admirals Arch, Cape Du Couedic, Stokes Bay as well as the delicious barbeque lunch at Flinders Chase Visitor Centre and the walk at Ironstone Hill fill your second day of adventure.  Your return journey amidst scenic spots brings you back happy and content.

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