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Gekko Safari specialise in adventure tours throughout South Australia, Northern Territory and Western Australia. We are an Adelaide-based family-owned company with over 20 years experience in outback traveling.
We are known as Australia's specialist tour operator to China and Indochina offering Fully Inclusive Group travel to China, Mongolia, Vietnam, India, Central Asia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Cambodia, Japan, Myanmar and Laos, with extensive programs to each of these regions.
Sir Stamford at Circular Quay offers premium Sydney hotel accommodation. This Sydney hotel is superbly situated in the heart of Sydney on historic Macquarie Street. Our excellent location means you're just a short stroll to the world famous Opera House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Central Business District and Sydney Harbour itself.
With over 35 years tour operation and Villa holiday experience thru Asia... we hold the prestigious award... 2 years running...as
”Best Asia Travel Agent in Australia”
We pioneered the first holidays into Bali in 1966 and have explored
every nook & cranny of Asia for more interesting tours,hotels & Villas.
Also as Australian GSA for INDUS TOURS CANADA...we can offer their
wonderful Woman's only tours "WOW!" and their indepth travel
We love the spect of travel...visit ...www.asiatravelexperts.com
Are you looking for the perfect wedding spot, then look no further. Situated on 28 acres of national park with six two bedroom spa chalets for your close family & friends we have the perfect venue for you.
HOLIDAYING Australians will increasingly shun NSW in favour of trips overseas over the next decade, according to a report on national travel habits released yesterday. Tourism Australia's National Visitors Survey predicts a 2.5 per cent fall in visitor nights in NSW by 2016.