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Clarence Hunt (clarencehunt11) wrote,
@ 2011-08-12 01:36:00
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    Kangaroo Island Holiday Tours

    Kangaroo Island is an island off the coast of South Australia and can be accessed by ferry from Cape Jervis.The island by itself is one of the highlights of any journey to South Australia, providing pristine white seashores and unspoilt bushland. The island is property to a lot of of Australia's native animals and wildlife and gives the perfect option to view them in the wild. Travellers browsing Kangaroo Island can get back again to nature and delight in routines these as camping, picnics, kayaking, browsing, fishing, sand-boarding and quad biking. The island gives website visitors a possibility to get absent from it all and steer clear of the crowds, with rugged shoreline and stunning surroundings. Kangaroo Island also has some unbelievable seafood eating places and regional generate this sort of as eucalyptus oil and pure organic and natural honey. Website visitors can decide on to get a guided tour to the island or acquire a car or truck and self-drive.

    With so a lot of beaches and actions, it can be challenging to know in which to commence, so right here are some of the very best issues to see and do on Kangaroo Island.

    Vivonne Bay

    Vivonne Bay on the south of the island has a extended, curved white sand seaside which was voted Australia's 'Best Beach'. It is not hard to see why, with powder white sand so great that it squeaks beneath your ft, and turquoise water that can make you experience like you're someplace in the Caribbean. Vivonne Bay is great for picnics, surfing and a lazy day by the sea.

    Seal Bay

    At seal bay you are going to be able to stand in metres of Australian sea lions as they bask in the sun on the seaside. It really is an extraordinary option to get up shut to sea lions in the wild as they acquire a relaxation with their young on the sand. These precarious boulders make for a fantastic photograph opportunity with the orange lichen giving a vivid contrast in opposition to the vibrant blue sky. It really is a great spot for taking imaginative photographs as well- you can jump into the air, crawl beneath them and climb on prime of them.

    Sandboarding at Little Sahara

    Select up a board and have a go at sand-boarding at the Small Sahara, around to Vivonne Bay. A bit like snowboarding but with no the snow, you are going to be sand-boarding down steep sand dunes all the way to the bottom. If you can make the exhausting climb up the sand dune, you can have excellent entertaining whizzing down again.

    Kingscote, Pelican Feeding

    The Pelican Guy feeds the pelicans each day at five o'clock on Kingscote Wharf, offering a funny and entertaining speak by way of his microphone. Numerous visitors arrive to the jetty to see him surrounded by hundreds of Pelicans at feeding time. The demonstrate costs two bucks.

    Eucalyptus Distillery

    Stop by the Emu Ridge Eucalyptus distillery and understand all about how they make and distil eucalyptus oil. Smell the scent of the eucalyptus wafting in the air and purchase eucalyptus products these as soap and lip balm from the reward store. The distillery also seems after an orphaned kangaroo which you can pet and view it currently being bottle fed.

    Quad Biking and Kayaking

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