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Contiki Celebrates 30 Years in Australia Launching Australia: 4 Ways to Go

May 12, 2014 Wholesaler No Comments Email Email

Leading youth travel company Contiki (www.contiki.com) is giving 18 to 35 year olds even more ways to realise there’s nothing like Australia with the launch of its 2014/15 Australia programme, packed with abundant adventures plus iconic and hidden sights.

The latest programme reveals the ‘Australia: 4 Ways To Go’ concept, making it even easier for travellers to pick the type of experience that appeals to them. Whether they prefer surfboards or snorkelling, outback or adrenalin the categories have something for all preferences. The Australian ‘4 Ways’ options include Amazing Trips, Diving, Special Events and Festivals.

Katrina Barry, Managing Director, Contiki Holidays said, “We’ve been operating tours in Australia for 30 years so we know the iconic experiences that our travellers want and the not-so-well known gems that they probably didn’t know existed. We’re always on the lookout for special experiences we think our travellers will love and our Indigenous experiences in the Red Centre, PADI Diving, Splendour in the Grass in Byron Bay and New Year’s Eve on Sydney Harbour have been really successful for us and demonstrate another way in which we can showcase the diversity of such a great destination for 18- 35s.”

With a range of diverse accommodation included in every trip, the Contiki Australia programme offers travellers something special from the moment the alarm goes off. Special stays sure to impress include a beach front surf camp in New South Wales, waking up on a yacht in the Whitsundays and eco-lodge stay on World Heritage listed Fraser Island.

“Contiki’s special stays, exclusive inclusions and food are a great example of the special treatment we are offering our travellers. We are all about mixing the iconic spots with the local hidden gems and creating a unique experience for all of our travellers.” Barry continued.

With a passion for sustainable tourism Contiki has extended its ocean conservation Contiki Cares project to Australia teaming up with Surfriders (www.surfrider.org.au) to help rid the Australian beaches of harmful plastic waste that pollutes the waterways and can injure the local marine life.

Contiki’s 2014/15 Australia brochure is available now.

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