On this grand, wide-ranging journey, you’ll explore the two diverse and great countries that lie on the shores of the Tasman Sea. Very different in size, and each offering unique experiences and landscapes, New Zealand and Australia share a great reputation for warm hospitality and great cuisine. Discover crocodiles and kiwis, exciting cosmopolitan cities, the Great Barrier Reef, and stunning Milford Sound.
The untamed, unspoiled natural splendour, sophisticated cities and bewitching landscapes of Australia and New Zealand take center stage on this extraordinary discovery of two destinations unlike any other. Bask in the brilliance of Waitomo’s glow worms, the dazzling hues of the Great Barrier Reef and watch the sun set over the Sydney Opera House.
Australia and New Zealand are waiting to be discovered on this in-depth 34-day tour. You'll cover not just the major cities but venture into the Red Centre to see Uluru at sunset. Save room on your memory card for the last leg of your trip in New Zealand, where you'll visit a geothermal park, hike around Mt Cook, and cruise through Doubtful Sound.
A perfect mix of modern cities and vast ancient landscapes characterizes this epic journey across two southern countries. The Milford Sound and The Great Barrier Reef complement a world of ancient Aboriginal tradition in Australia’s Red Centre and vivid Māori culture in Rotorua. From tropical Cairns to the towering mountain peaks of the land of The Long White Cloud, you’ll be amazed at every turn.
Discover the lands down under on this 23-day tour through Australia and New Zealand's greatest hits. Venture along Australia's east coast from Cairns to Sydney, stopping to snorkel at the Great Barrier Reef and explore the caves of the Blue Mountains.
National Geographic Journey’s support sustainable tourism and promote culture, heritage and conservation. By immersing yourself in this 22 day Australasian guided tour you will forge connections with the environment and the people through authentic life-changing experiences. Capture the sunrise at sacred Uluru/Ayers Rock, explore ancient rainforests, ice-age glaciers and be enthralled with the many Aboriginal and Maori myths, legends and cultural traditions that genealogically link the past with the present.
Embark on a leisurely journey that takes in the vivid red hues of Uluru and Kata Tjuta, the brilliant tropical fish and corals of the Great Barrier Reef, and a luminous glowworm grotto in New Zealand’s North Island. As well as breathtaking natural wonders, you’ll discover ancient totems, modern cosmopolitan cities and fascinating cultural insights.