AAT Kings, launches 2021/2022 program including two new domestic trips in Western Australia and Northern Territory alongside new wellbeing protocols.
The new itineraries were modelled around the feedbacks given by prospective travellers through AAT Kings intensive research to create programs for the guests by the guests.
AAT Kings has over 100 years of experience in providing the best experience for their guests in exploring Australia and New Zealand. The new program falls under guided tour; however, they offer other holiday options, including Short Breaks and Day Tours.
Smell the Flowers
Through the Windflower Wanderer program in Western Australia, you will spend their 7-day Best Buys trip, in awe at the fully blossomed Australian wildflowers.
Western Australia holds one of the most abundant wildflower collections with over 12,000 species and over 60% of which are not found elsewhere.
These wildflowers have a six-month flowering season beginning in June/July starting from the North and reaching the South in September.
With an expert Travel Director, you will feast their eyes on the vivid wildflowers juxtaposed by the pindan earth, rugged canyons and turquoise sea of the Kalbarri National Park’s, Murchison River and the coastal town of Geraldton.
Aside from the wildflowers, you will visit Hutt Lagoon where you will brace yourselves to the mystical view of the pink lake. Also, travel through time as you wander through the iconic Pinnacles and gaze upon the bizarre natural limestone structures with some standing as tall as five metres that were formed thousands of years ago.
The trip is then capped off with a final visit to the wildflowers with the backdrop of the cityscape at Perth’s King’s Park botanical garden.
The Northern Territory Explorer program offers an entirely different experience. The tour goes from Darwin to Uluru where you will make full use of the Top End’s tropical climate in an 11-day guided trip through the vast lands of the Northern Territory.
The Northern Territory holds a rich indigenous culture and a wide variety of wildlife. Kakadu is Australia’s largest national park that’s a World Heritage site for their nature and culture. The site allows you to connect with the local indigenous people and learn their customs and traditions that are unique to that region.
Kakadu also boasts over 280 species of birds and giant crocodiles, and you will be able to experience this wildlife at the Kakadu National Park as you cruise along the Yellow Water Billabong.
Moving further south, you will explore through Katherine, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs. Among many other activities, you will be able to take a refreshing swim at the Edith Falls in Nitmiluk National Park, go on a cruise over the Katherine Gorge, view the Anzac memorial and the panoramas of MacDonell Ranges. Giving you an experience of the untouched diverse landscapes of the outback.
Bid adieu from Uluru but before that, have your soul revitalised as you get a chance to see the ever-shifting colours of the sandstone monolith as the sun sets and rises gently over it.
The launch of new programs sounds fantastic, but with Covid-19 still hanging around, it is understandable that prospective travellers are concerned.
However, Matthew Cameron-Smith, the CEO of AAT Kings Group, promises that travellers can put their trust into AAT in providing a safe and enjoyable trip as he said, “We’ve remained steadfast in ensuring our agents have all the tools to guarantee their clients feel confident in booking with us, to visit the places they really want to go. Together with our Early Bird discount, $99 deposit offer and new and heightened wellbeing protocols, we have never been more ready to bring domestic travel back to life and make it better than ever.”