Kayaking is the finest of ways to explore the thousands of kilometers of New Zealand’s magnificent coastline and inland waterways. The longest navigable freshwater lake in New Zealand is the Waitomo.
The Glowworm Caves are at Waitomo on the North Island of New Zealand. This includes the Ruakuri Cave and the Aranui Cave.
Back in the 80s, Henry van Asch and AJ Hackett, kiwi youngsters, started out with the first among commercial bungee jumping operations in New Zealand, another bucket list sport one must do while in New Zealand. They jumped from the historic Kawarau Bridge, which is close to Queenstown.
The Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef across the world and a remarkable highlight of Australia’s natural beauty. One comes across this magnificent spectacle of aqua life at the Coral Sea, right next to the coast of Queensland, Australia. One can figure out the corals from glass-bottom boats. Snorkeling and deep-sea diving are among the top options available for tourists’ preferences.
Sydney is known as one of the most visually stunning cities in the world. During a visit to Sydney, do not miss a swim at the picturesque beaches, Dine at world-class restaurants, Bondi Beach, Sydney Opera House and Ride the ferry to Manly.
In Australia koala is an arboreal herbivorous marsupial native. It represents the family Phascolarctidae and its closest living relatives are the wombats, which comprise the family Vombatidae. These are found in coastal areas of the mainland’s eastern and southern regions.
Australia is known for Kangaroo Island is a haven for rare wildlife. Kangaroos are simply the larger representatives within the Macropus genus, and include the Red Kangaroo, Easter and Western Grey Kangaroo found at Australia.
Shark Dive in Fiji is the most exciting water sport by a human mind’s comprehension. The islands are placed in clear, tropical waters – a breeding ground for a range of magnificent shark species. They vary from tiny to large white tip reef sharks, tiger sharks, powerful bull sharks, and hammerheads.
Fiji, in the South Pacific, is an archipelago of more than 300 islands. It is popular for palm-lined beaches, rugged landscapes, and coral reefs with clear lagoons. Among the best beaches over here are Liku Beach, Yasawa Island, Natadola Beach, and Honeymoon Beach.
Whenever someone plans a solo tour it is for sure to have some time alone and explore the places at a specific pace. With due respect to everyone’s concern, we prefer our groups to keep smaller.
Traveling alone can be as exciting as self-motivating in your free-will; you take a break when you want, change your route on your own, eat when hungry, sleep when tired or just keep going without spilling milk.