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Could you imagine living through your entire life without having visited the best tourist spots in the world? Travelling does not only give you pleasure by way of discovering more and more but also helps you learn about people and cultures. But most of all, you get to see the beauty of the world right in front of you and feel it.

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Could you imagine living through your entire life without having visited the best tourist spots in the world? Travelling does not only give you pleasure by way of discovering more and more but also helps you learn about people and cultures. But most of all, you get to see the beauty of the world right in front of you and feel it.

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But it is more than that. We are give you:

Guided Day Tours

The Great Barrier Reef extends over an area of 2300 kilometers and you do not need us to tell you this, but it would be an injustice to this beautiful place if we rushed you through all this in one day. That is why we provide guided day tours to help you explore more and learn more through tours extended for days. You get to decide how many days you want to spend exploring the Great Barrier Reef and we guide you through it during that time.

Scuba Diving

Exploring the barrier reef is not just about exploring what is apparent, but also what is hidden. That is why, we take you through the water to discover what the reef is really made up of. You learn to dive and then we take you through to meet the exquisite lifestyle in the waters.

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Organize a trip to Australia, user guide!

If you think that the seasons in Australia are simply reversed compared to Europe, you are wrong in the big way. The continent is gigantic and the climatic zones are extremely varied . Most of the country is arid or semi-arid, the north is tropical, the far north equatorial and the south has a climate similar to the Mediterranean one.

Weather therefore plays a key role in programming, especially if you travel on the road!

In general, only the south follows a season which is symmetrical with respect to the northern hemisphere of the world, while in the tropical regions and in the desert the seasons as we know them do not exist. Weather and weather conditions are such delicate subjects in Australia that leaving without having any idea how they work can really risk you getting stuck in a city in the middle of a cyclone!

So how to get organized to make the world hit the right time? Here are some tips that were helpful in planning our trip. Keep in mind that the suggestions we will give are personal, not scientific and represent a simplification of what the meteorological panorama of a country like Australia can be.

Tropical North and Central Australia
Beyond the Tropic of Capricorn line there is no distinction between winter, summer, spring and autumn. The seasons that are taken into account are two: the dry season (the dry one, from May to October) and the wet season (the wet one, from November to April).

The dry season is undoubtedly the best one to visit the north of the continent, the temperatures remain warm but bearable, the rains cease and the roads become practicable again. So they are ideal to visit this season: the north of Queensland, the Northern Territories , the central desert Australia ( Uluru for instance) and the north west of Western Australia .

The north is very fascinating even during the wet with apocalyptic thunderstorms, abundant waterfalls, luxuriant vegetation and flocks of birds that obscure the sky, but most tourist facilities do not make excursions, the heat can be suffocating, the roads can be closed for bad weather and consequently unreachable national parks .

ITINERARIES AUSTRALIA: IDEAS AND TIPS FOR EXPLORING THE “DOWN-UNDER” CONTINENT

At the time, it was very difficult, at least for me, to decide the itinerary. I wanted to see this and that, to visit Sydney and to see Ayer Rock. See the coral reef and also the mango plantations. In summary I wanted to see everything. But I ran into one “huge” thing: distances. The places on the map seemed so close, and instead they were 2,000 or 3,000 kilometers away. Full days of travel, hours and hours by car.

Living here, I must say that I too now measure everything in “travel hours”. Albany, it’s 5 hours. Shark Bay is 8 hours away, it means 800 kilometers. Oh yes, because once you get in the car, you press the accelerator, you settle at 100 per hour, from there you don’t crash, unless you decide to stop, because intersections and traffic lights don’t exist.

It’s a convenience to be honest, but sometimes it’s also paranoid!

Anyway. Let’s go back to the road, or to the Australia itineraries. Many ask me for advice on where to go and what to see.

The first of the australia itineraries is very similar to what I did at the time, and allows you to visit a bit all the main destinations of Australia, those known destinations, where you can discover Australian icons, such as Uluru or the Opera House. The ones you have to go to at least once in your life to say “yes, I’ve been to the down-under continent”.

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