10 Days in Australia…Splitting up your time.

You really want to go to experience all that wonderful wildlife, but you only have 10 days to do it.  You can stretch an extra day or two to cover the travel time and give you 10 days on the ground Downunder, but that’s about it.

So…how do you decide where to go, and for how long.  You see the packaged tours and they are usually too long and miss something that you really want to do.  Custom your Trip instead.

It is usually a bit rushed to try and spend less than 3 days in a particular location, so saying you want to visit Sydney, the Reef, Tasmania and Kangaroo Island in the 10 day span is pretty counter productive.  You will get to know a lot about Australian airports. Remember, Australia is about the same size as the continental U.S.A. Splitting your time up too much results in flitting from point to point without getting to really see it.

Work with a Travel Planner on www.Australian.com   There are two levels of of trips – Deluxe and Budget.  The real different between the two is the level of the hotel and the offerings of small group trips vs seat in coach day tours.  In the deluxe arena, there are private driver/guides for a few 4 Wheel Drive trips to get you away from the coaches.  So, you can stay at a lower level hotel, and put the money in going off the beaten track.  You can stay in better hotels and take the coach trips.

It is a good idea for a first trip to include Sydney and the Reef – your third place to visit can be decided by whether your interests are in wildlife, cities, wilderness walking or zip lining in the wilderness type activities.  The experiences are in different locations and a Travel Planner knows how to mix them in to your final trip so you’ve included everything what you want.  This is how you do not waste time unnecessarily.