Kangaroo Island Walking Tour
Kangaroo Island (Ex Adelaide) South Australia - Thu 26th September 2019

Max Participants:
10
Location:
Kangaroo Island (Ex Adelaide) South Australia
Date:
Thu 26th September 2019
Start Time:
10:00am
End Time:
10:00am
Duration:
5 Days
Meals:
4 Lunches 3 Dinners 4 Breakfasts
Non-Member Cost:
$2050.00 Per Person based on twin share
Member Cost:
$2000.00 Per Person based on twin share
Deposit Required:
$500.00
Single Supplement:
From $280.00 Per Person
Tagged:
hiking walking holiday wildlife
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Located just 15 kilometres off the coast, but seemingly a million miles away, Kangaroo Island is a sanctuary for wildlife and natural rugged beauty. Enjoy breathtaking sights and picturesque scenery. See the threatened Australian Fur Seals, spot platypus and visit the Remarkable Rocks. Experience this beautiful part of Australia and explore one of the country’s most scenic destinations. Your time away on Kangaroo Island allows you to experience the beauty and wonder of the natural environment enjoying excellent accommodation and delicious meals.

 



Gallery

Sunset looking towards the beach
Remarkable Rocks
Sunset under Admirals Arch
Kangaroo Island
Seals on the beach
Ladies pausing to enjoy the scenery

Location

Please note map locations and route are approximate only

Highlights

● See Australian Fur Seals up close and personal

● Stunning Remarkable Rocks & Admirals Arch

● Ravine des Casoars

● Hanson Bay

● Snake Lagoon

Itinerary

Depart Adelaide at 6.30am

Trip to Cape Jervis aboard the Sealink Ferry for a scenic 45 minute crossing, known as the Backstairs Passage, to Penneshaw and Kangaroo Island.

11am – walk along the Iron Hill Cove Hike

Lunch at Seal Bay and tour of the seal colony

Short afternoon walk

Two course dinner prepared by your guides

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Historic Cape de Couedic Lighthouse Cottages

Short morning drive to Hanson Bay

Walk along the Island’s best known walk – the 10 kilometre Hanson Bay Hike

Tour of the caves to appreciate the amazing limestone formations

Before dinner wander around the fabulous formations of Admirals Arch, home to a thriving colony of Australian Fur Seal.

Delicious two-course dinner prepared by your guides

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Historic Cape de Couedic Lighthouse Cottages

Morning walk known as Snake Lagoon. The trail follows Rocky River and the beach at the end affords spectacular views of the Southern Ocean.

Lunch at the Flinders Chase Visitor Centre

Afternoon walk around Rocky River and the chance to glance at platypus in their natural surrounds.

Sunset walk to Remarkable Rocks

Delicious two-course dinner prepared by your guides

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Historic Cape du Couedic Lighthouse Cottages

Morning walk to Weirs Cove – one of the most spectacular lookouts

Coach trip to northwest corner – walk the island’s best walk – the Ravine des Casoars

Morning tea at the Cape Borda Lighthouse and trip to the lovely seaside town of Kingscote

Dinner at the Ozone Hotel (own expense)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Accommodation: Overnight at The Aurora Ozone Hotel located right on the foreshore

Morning departure from Kingscote – walk to one of Kangaroo Island’s highest points – Prospect Hill

Ferry trip from Penneshaw

Small walk of a stunning section of the Deep Creek Conservation Park. The views overlooking the Southern Ocean are vast and the track itself is easy and straightforward.

Lunch

5:00pm return to Adelaide Airport and then drop off in Adelaide city

Meals: Breakfast

Includes

Three nights’ Twin Share Accommodation at historic Cape du Couedic Cottages, one night at Ozone Hotel in Kingscote

Fresh fruit, trail mix, tea/coffee and other non-alcoholic beverages

All transport and guiding

Pick up and drop off Adelaide

Ferry crossing from the mainland to Kangaroo Island (and return).

Guided tour at Seal Bay to see Australian sea lions

Guided tour of Kelly Hills Caves

Visit Admirals Arch

Sunset at Remarkable Rocks

4 Lunches

3 Dinners

4 Breakfasts

Excludes

Flights to/from Adelaide

Personal Travel Insurance

Single Supplement (Available on application for additional cost of $280)

Meals not mentioned in the itinerary

Items of a personal nature

Accommodation

Cape Du Coedic

Heritage accommodation at Cape Du Coedic. Please note that due to the historical layout of the cottages there is only one bathroom per cottage and there are three rooms per cottage. The cottages are extremely spacious and in superb condition. Meal times are split between those happy to eat their main meal sitting around the fire in the lounge room and those happy to eat at a large dining table, separate in the kitchen. We do not provide alcohol but you are welcome to bring your own beer, wine and/or spirits for the occasion. 

 

Ozone Hotel

Accommodation in both of these hotels is twin share rooms, unless single supplement has been organised. Accommodation is comfortable and of a 3.5 star standard.

What To Bring/Wear

- Trip Notes provided upon booking

More Information

Return fights need to be booked from 7.00pm onwards.


Minimum of five guests and a maximum of 10 guests.


This tour is operated in conjunction with our partners at Park Trek 


Where we depart from in Adelaide:

Our point of departure for the trip will be from outside the Chifley Hotel 208 South Terrace at 6.45am. The early 6.45am start is necessary in order for us to make a 9.00 am ferry crossing from Cape Jervis over to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island. As such, we would ask you to be ready by 6.30am for a 6.45am departure.

 


No Princess Policy

Princess crossed out

This tour by it's very nature is not designed for the 5 Star Traveller. It is for the girl who has an 'adventurous spirit' and is looking for a unique and rewarding 'experience' (Once in a Lifetime)!

You need to be able to adopt a "Go With The Flow" attitude if things don't always go to plan...this will help you relax, appreciate the experience and therefore get the best out of your holiday. 

You will also need to be mobile without assistance and a have a reasonable level of fitness - some of the walks require moderate distances over uneven surfaces at times. 

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Cancellation & Refunds

Notice of cancellation must be in writing, with an email as an acceptable form of communication, directly to Adventurous Women with the following conditions:

  • 60 days plus prior to trip departure - Loss of deposit
  • 59 - 30 days prior to trip departure - 50% Of The Tour Cost
  • 29 - 15 days prior to trip departure - 75% Of The Tour Cost
  • Within 14 days of the trip departure - 100% Of The Tour Cost

No refund is available after departure of a tour has commenced.

Update 19th September 2019 - ** Due to PayPal changing their policy to now retain fees even when we issue a refund we will be forced to pass this along. This means both partial and full refunds will be less the full fee charged by PayPal

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