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Australia is the doorway to an incredible range of fantastic tours with both English and Spanish language options We also have a range of amazing activities for all budgets.

Here is our selection which we have broken down by city:


Whale Watching Sydney

The whale watching season is progressing well and we are now at the peak of the northern migration. This means hundreds of whales are currently passing Sydney every day!


Do not miss this unforgettable experience!


Enjoy the best views in Sydney – climb to the top of the Sydney Harbor Bridge with BridgeClimb Sydney.

With the Climbing Leader as a guide, you will ascend the iconic bridge and relish in the spectacular panorama before you.


Do not miss this unforgettable experience!


Discover the stories, the history and the magic of the Sydney Opera House with an incredible guided tour that will take you through the back room of the world famous sails of this amazing building.


The Sydney Opera House is a mandatory stop on any visit to Sydney. Let yourself succumb to its beauty!


This ticket allows you to see the most interesting places in Sydney. This two-story convertible bus has 34 stops around the city, including Bondi Beach and the harbour bays.


24-hour, 48-hour and Deluxe tickets available (includes a 1.5-hour cruise and entry to Sydney Tower).


It can be combined with ticket packages to various attractions in Sydney.


You can combine some of the different attractions available in Sydney.  Packages of 2, 3, 4 and 5 attractions are available.


The attractions to choose from include: the Sydney Tower Eye (Sky Walk not included), the Wildlife zoo in Sydney, the Sydney Sea Life Aquarium, Madame Tussauds wax museum and the Manly Sea Life Sanctuary.


It can be combined with bus hop on hop off in Sydney.


Discover Sydney on our eye-catching red ferries. Hop on and off as many times as you like for 2 days.


Depart from Circular Quay or Darling Harbor. Stops: Darling Harbor, Circular Quay, Taronga Zoo, Manly, Watsons Bay, Fort Denison, Luna Park, Shark Island, Garden Island, Barangaroo, ICC Sydney.


Enjoy an unforgettable experience with a fantastic cruise along Sydney Harbour while enjoying a delicious lunch or dinner. With an Australian-made luxury catamaran you will have spectacular views of Sydney’s main attractions.


This incredible adventure begins in Circular Quay and takes you around Sydney Harbour at high speeds with pinpoint turns!


You will come face to face with the world-famous Opera House, Clark and Shark Islands, the amazing homes bordering the harbour, Taronga Zoo and Port of Sydney.





A half day tour of Sydney’s most spectacular inner city, harbour and beachside suburbs accompanied by a driver/guide in a small group setting.



-English or Spanish speaking guide


  • Your English or Spanish speaking driver/guide will pick you up at your accommodation.
  • Whilst hearing about its fascinating history you will leave the central business district to travel through Sydney’s fashionable eastern suburbs, enjoying spectacular views of Sydney Harbour, the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.
  • You will discover Sydney’s most beautiful bayside suburbs such as Vaucluse and Watsons Bay, an old fishing village which is now a popular lunch and weekend destination for Sydneysiders.
  • Travel past Macquarie Lighthouse to Bondi Beach, the world-renowned surf mecca that defined Sydney’s beach-loving culture.
  • Finally, drive back through the old-world suburb of Paddington with its famous Victorian-era terrace houses.
  • On your return to the city, you can be dropped back at your hotel, embark on a cruise of the Harbour or enjoy shopping in the city centre.


We recommend the addition of a cruise with lunch after the tour (not included).





Enjoy a full day travelling around Sydney Harbour on foot and by boat. You will gain an overview of the size and beauty of this renowned harbour, whilst visiting some of Sydney’s most picturesque waterside suburbs as well as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Rocks area.



-English or Spanish speaking guide

-Transport by ferry


  • Meet your professional English or Spanish speaking guide at Circular Quay for a
  • Day of cruising and discovery on Sydney Harbour, travelling along Sydney Harbour and bypassing the magnificent “Sydney Heads”, where the harbour meets the Ocean.
  • Along the way you will glimpse some of Australia’s best real estate.
  • Manly, one of only two suburbs in Sydney that has both a harbour and an ocean beach. A short walk here will allow you to discover the many facets of this surfing hotspot and to stop for a coffee or cold drink at this popular beach.
  • Back across “the heads” to the old fishing village of Watson’s Bay, now one of Sydney’s most exclusive suburbs. Lunch whilst enjoying scenic water views.
  • Infamous “Gap” lookout, with its sheer cliffs and wild seas, you will continue by ferry back to the calm waters of Circular Quay.
  • A walk along the Sydney Harbour Bridge to climb its historic Pylon Lookout (200 steps) for a spectacular birds-eye view of Sydney Harbour.
  • To finish the day your guide will point out some of Australia’s oldest pubs in the historical ‘Rocks’ area where you may choose to stop and enjoy a well-earned drink at the end of your adventure. The tour concludes in the Rocks area.





A guided tour inside Sydney Opera House followed by a walking tour of the historical Rocks area.



-English or Spanish speaking guide


  • Meet your English or Spanish speaking guide at Circular Quay.
  • Tour at Sydney Opera House, one of the world’s most iconic buildings, overlooking one of its most beautiful harbours. A building synonymous with Australia’s coming of age. Learn of its controversial history, its avant-garde architecture and its contribution to Sydney’s rich performing arts scene.
  • The tour continues with a walking tour through the historic ‘Rocks’ area, Australia’s first suburb, with its hidden laneways and unique architecture. Hear fascinating stories about this early convict settlement and its transformation into a thriving and often dangerous seaport.
  • You may like to finish the tour in one of the Rocks’ many old-fashioned pubs which were an important part of the area’s history and today remain favourites among locals.


Spanish tour on a Saturday includes Sydney Opera House tour in English accompanied by your Spanish guide.





A full day tour to escape the city and discover the natural bush setting of the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park along with some of Sydney’s most beautiful beaches. Be amazed by the natural bushland that borders Sydney to the north along with the laid-back Northern Beaches area of Sydney, home to a distinctive surf culture.



-English or Spanish speaking guide

-Private car



  • Meeting in your hotel lobby your English or Spanish speaking driver/guide
  • Driving across the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
  • Arriving at Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Located on the banks of the Hawkesbury River this national park is a place of great natural beauty, panoramic water views and important historical Aboriginal sites.
  • A short walk through the park’s pristine Eucalypt forest to view ancient Aboriginal art and rock engravings.
  • A short stop at West Head lookout allows you to enjoy spectacular views across to Palm Beach, Sydney’s northern most suburb with its historic lighthouse.
  • From here you drive south along Sydney “Northern Beaches” peninsula, to arrive at the attractive coastal suburb of Manly.
  • Time for lunch at the local pub for a good Aussie lunch.
  • Continue to North Head, the impressive sandstone cliffs that guard the entrance to Sydney Harbour. This national park area boasts spectacular views out to sea as well as back towards the city skyline.
  • If time permits you will make a short stop in Sydney’s historical Quarantine Station before heading back towards the city.


At this point, you may elect to take the iconic Manly Ferry back to Circular Quay (own expense) or to be dropped back at your hotel by your driver guide.






A full day tour to the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park situated on the western border of Sydney. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city to enjoy breath-taking views of towering sandstone plateaus, spectacular waterfalls, pristine Eucalypt forests and good country hospitality.


– Service of a professional guide in English or Spanish.
– Lunch in a charming country restaurant.
– Entrance ticket to Featherdale Wildlife Park.
– Entrance ticket to the National Park.


  • Meeting your driver guide in your hotel lobby.
  • Travel through Sydney’s western suburbs to Featherdale Wildlife Park, one of Australia’s largest collections of native wildlife. Here you will get a close-up view of kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, wombats and many other native species.
  • A short trip up to the Blue Mountains where highlights include the spectacular Wentworth Falls and the Three Sisters rock formation in Katoomba. Once a physical barrier so intimidating it prevented the early exploration of the Australian interior, the Blue Mountains deliver, at every opportunity, the most breathtaking views imaginable.
  • A short walk, with your guide, along one of the cliff tops and down into the valley to immerse yourself in this extraordinary natural setting. With so many walks to choose from there is always a track to suit your group and fitness level.
  • At lunchtime enjoy true country hospitality in a local restaurant in one of the area’s many charming villages, settled by early Europeans attracted to the cooler climate of the mountains.
  • Waradah Aboriginal Centre for a short presentation on Indigenous culture, art and dance. The centre is home to a large collection of traditional and modern Aboriginal Art which is available for sale.
  • On our way back to central Sydney, we drive through the site of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, now a cultural and sporting hub located in the actual geographic centre of Sydney.


• River Cat return (FDBMC): *Recommended to avoid peak hour traffic* Cruise the Parramatta River from the Olympic Site back to Circular Quay (no transfer back to the hotel). This option is at guest’s own expense with the guide assisting them with the ticket purchase. Alternatively, your guide will be happy to drop you back at your accommodation.
• Scenic World Pass (FDBMS): Access to Scenic Railway/Cableway/Skyway. This includes a ride down into the Jamieson Valley on the Railway, a walk in the Jurassic rainforest and breathtaking views aboard the Cableway back up.




The Gourmet Hunter Valley Wine Tour provides a quality wine and food tasting experience, focusing on the best the Hunter Valley has to offer. As a part of the wine tour you will enjoy unique wine tasting opportunities in a relaxed and friendly environment.

The tour starts at Central Coast or nearby**. A trip of just over an hour by train from Sydney (at client expenses), where you can enjoy beautiful views of the Ku-rin-gai Chase National Park or the Hawkesbury River.

From Central Coast you will travel in a modern vehicle to the wine region of Hunter Valley. Sit back, relax and enjoy the scenic journey through the Hunter Valley wine country. Passing famous vineyards and points of interest, our informative commentary covers some fascinating Hunter Valley history and explains unique wine styles and wine tasting techniques, to ensure you get the most out of your day.



– Guide in English (availability of Spanish interpreter).

– Pickup & return to local area**

– Commentary covering wine, history & region

– “Behind the scenes” winery tour.

– Private wine tastings at 4-5 cellar doors.

– Restaurant lunch with a glass of wine or beer.

– Hunter Valley cheese & chocolate tasting


The tour ends at Central Coast or nearby**. The visitor can return to Sydney by train or enjoy the Central Coast area. Optional: accommodation and attractions. Do not hesitate to ask us.

**The Gourmet Wine Tour will pick up and return to the Lower Hunter Region, Cessnock, Kurri Kurri, Quorrobolong, Morisset and the Central Coast.






Kuranda is a famous village located in Atherton Tablelands in northern Australia. Surrounded by rainforest and adjacent to the Barron Gorge National Park, declared a World Heritage Site in the humid tropics, Kuranda is only 25 kilometres from Cairns, making it a popular day trip for visitors to experience the natural beauty of the region.



CLASIC Kuranda: Skyrail Cable Car, Scenic Train of Kuranda, Tjapukai Indigenous Cultural Park, Kuranda Village.


ABORIGEN Kuranda: Skyrail cable car or scenic train, Kuranda Range, Tjapukai Indigenous Cultural Park, Kuranda Village.


WILDLIFE AND NATURE Kuranda: Skyrail Cable Car, Hartley’s Wildlife Park, Kuranda Village, Palm Cove spa beach.


NATURAL Kuranda: Skyrail cable car, guided walk in the Humid Forest and boat in the Barron River, Kuranda Village.




PEOPLE OF KURANDA: a small village with hippie atmosphere on top of the hills of the Kuranda National Park.

SKYRAIL RAINFOREST CABLEWAY: discover the world’s oldest tropical rainforest.

KURANDA SCENIC RAILWAY: slides down the slopes of the mountains of the Barron Gorge National Park.

TJAPUKAI INDIGENOUS CULTURAL PARK: you will know firsthand the customs of the indigenous people of the area.

KURANDA RANGE: by vehicle, you will cross the Kuranda Forest and you will know how people live in this area.

HARTLEY’S WILDLIFE PARK: Animal Park to get up close and personal with local animals.

BARRON RIVERBOAT: Boat crossing the Barron River, home of the freshwater crocodile, to enter the Kuranda National Park





An impressive panoramic tour through the heart of the high mountain ranges beyond Cairns. The extensive agricultural region of Atherton Tablelands enjoys a rich volcanic soil ideal for growing macadamias, avocados, bananas, mangoes and other delicious products. The locals, many of them descendants of families who emigrated a long time ago to start a new life in a new and promising land, enjoy a unique lifestyle in a high mountain climate.



-All entries to national parks,

-Skyrail (one way)

-Travelling through Lake Barrine

-Tea, coffee and scones



  • Fig Tree Cathedral, centennial fig tree, surrounded by a thick tropical forest and home to the shy arboreal Kangaroo “Lumholtz”.
  • Lake Barrine, is the crater of an extinct volcano at 740 m above sea level and the ideal place for a relaxing boat trip over the calm and pristine rainwater of the lake.
  • Tasting of the Scones together with a local tea or coffee.
  • Volcanic zone and area of the Seven Sisters Craters and the picturesque town of Yungabarra, National Heritage, and where the elusive Platypus inhabit the waters near the Petersen’s creek.
  • Australian Eucalyptus forests and termite region.
  • Lunch in Kuranda and walk through this small town with a hippy atmosphere.
  • Skyrail cable car (optional) flying over the humid forest of the Barron Gorge National Park, an area of the humid tropics and a World Heritage Site.







-Certified guide in Spanish

-All tickets to national parks

-buffet lunch

-Entrance to the Skywalk

-Cruise on the river




  • Babinda Boulers to swim in the crystal clear waters of the humid forest or walk through the granite gorge listening to the aboriginal legend of the Djidinjy tribe
  • Walk around the aboriginal area Ma: Mu
  • You will walk on the elevated walkway 350 m long and 15 m above the ground.
  • You will climb to the 37 m high observation tower to enjoy the spectacular views of the Throat of the Johnstone River, a country of the humid tropics, a World Heritage Site.
  • Lunch buffet.
  • Skywalk
  • River crossing by the Johnstone River to spot crocodiles
  • Short walk to get to the Josephine Falls for a swim.





Just north of Port Douglas is the Daintree National Park, home of the Kuku Yalanji aboriginal people, traditional guardian of this area and its surroundings. This is nature in all its splendor where unique animals inhabit the different ecosystems that coexist here.




-All entries to national parks

-Hartley’s Cocodrile Wildlife Park (optional).

-It takes 1 hour to cross the Daintree River

-Lunch in a tropical restaurant and tropical fruit tasting.




  • Visit Hartley’s Crocodile Wildlife Park to see the Australian native fauna.
  • They will continue traveling north on the picturesque road to Mossman. The lush farmland contrasts with the seascape as we approach the majestic Daintree River.
  • They will embark on a river crossing with the mission of spotting some of the huge estuarine crocodiles that inhabit a mangrove habitat.
  • Local gastronomic experience: delicious lunch in a tropical garden with exquisite food and a master class and tasting of tropical fruits.
  • Stop at the Mossman Gorge, ancient natural wonder full of special places of cultural interest.
  • Return under the picturesque sunset over the Coral Sea. With a little luck, you will see some of the Wallabis relaxing in freedom





Travel north on the impressive coastal road that runs between the Coral Sea and the Great Divide of Australia. Today we are heading to Daintree National Park, to the Cape Tribulation section. A pristine natural wonder considered one of the oldest moist forests on Earth.



-All entries to national parks.

-It takes 1 hour to cross the Daintree River.

-Lunch with 1 drink, coffee/tea, ice cream and water.



  • Walk, by the hand of a qualified guide, by strange primitive plants of the ancient humid forests of Gondwana that once covered most of the Australian continent. You will know the diverse and unique natural habitats that coexist here and that are home to important species from the point of view of conservation. Here live the exceptional Cassowary and the elusive Bennett Arboreal Kangaroo.
  • River crossing along the Daintree River with the mission of spotting some of the inhabitants of the area, such as “Scarface”, one of the many estuarine crocodiles that inhabit this special mangrove habitat. Here, flora and fauna have various techniques to survive in fresh and salt waters and many species of birds, fish and tree snakes, have their home here.
  • Delicious lunch in a local restaurant surrounded by a lush garden, where at the end we can feed some walabis by hand.
  • Launch of boomerang on one of the stunning beaches of this area and for all lovers of ice cream, there will be the possibility to try a refreshing organic ice cream of tropical fruits.
  • Waluwurrigga to take some pictures of the beautiful mouth of the river Daintree before boarding the ferry that runs through it, the only cable ferry in operation in tropical Australia.






Discover the emblematic icons and landmarks of this alluring city. Learn the unique history by the hand of a professional tour guide. This trip starts on your hotel, but you will be quickly taken to the one an only Flinders street, home of Federation Square – one of Melbourne’s most controversial building structures – . Embrace St. Paul’s Cathedral and Flinders St Station. Enjoy a walk along the Victoria Market, eat, shop and discover yourself in the biggest outdoors market of the country. Continuing, stroll around the parks, learn about the aboriginal cultures that inhabited this lands thousands of years ago. Melbourne is regarded as the sporting capital of the world, feel the contagious vibes with stunning views of the MCG. Visit the world-renowned Olympic & Melbourne Park, home of the Australian Open and the majestic Rod Laver Arena where tennis legends have been acclaimed. Visit the southern suburbs and appreciate the Victorian architecture, enjoy the ride along the Melbourne beach, and come to an end at the beautiful Eureka tower were you can choose to visit the Skydeck which offers views from the 88th floor, or simply be delighted by having lunch at river promenade.





Discover the spectacular coastal scenery and the unique Australian wildlife. Experience a slice of Victoria’s heritage history at Churchill Island, enjoy a walk through the lands where early Australian settlers lived and enjoy a coffee at the Visitor Centre. Continue along and embrace the woodlands through tree top boardwalks where you will spot koalas in their natural habitat at The Koala Conservation Centre. Head to the town of Cowes for dinner (at own expense) and explore the wide gastronomic offer this island has to offer. Finish the day at the world-acclaimed Penguin Parade. Each night thousands of penguins come ashore after a day fishing, see them in their natural habitat waddling back home.

Some highlights of this tour are:

  • Fishing villages
  • Views of the Island Wetlands
  • Spot kangaroos
  • Cowes Beach
  • Nobbies rock formations and Nobbies Centre
  • Natural penguin burrows
  • Fur Seals (Depending on the season)





Travel down to the spectacular Great Ocean Road and embrace the stunning lime-stone formations arise from the ocean – the Twelve Apostles. This boutique tour starts with a drive to take you along the Surf Coast to explore and admire unique beaches Victoria offers to its visitors. Learn the history behind the longest war memorial ever built and the shipwreck coast by the hand of an experienced tour guide. Stops will be made on the seaside villages to immerse yourself into the local culture, have lunch at Apollo Bay (not included) famous for its brew-house and the seafood cafes on the main street. Continue and explore eucalyptus forests where koalas can be spotted, enjoy the ever-changing landscapes this road displays. Before making your way back to the city, embrace the majestic 12 Apostles and why not enjoy a helicopter ride? On your return trip to Melbourne you will discover stunning little villages on the road and unique views of the city from the West Gate Bridge.


Some highlights of this tour:

  • Stunning view of the Port of Melbourne and the City from the West Gate Bridge
  • Surf Coast Shire: visit Torquay and immerse yourself into the surfing culture
  • Stop for Morning Tea at the Splitpoint lighthouse
  • Enjoy the views of Lorne’s Bay along the shipwreck walk
  • Spot Koalas in their natural habitat at Kennett River
  • Lunch stop at Apollo Bay –why not a stroll down the beach as well
  • Stunning walk along the Melba Gully national park
  • The Unique 12 Apostles
  • One of Australia’s most beautiful beaches – Loch Art Gorge





You know how some wineries hand-pick their best grapes? Well, this tour will show you the marvellous world of Australian wines. Start the day visiting De Bortoli, an Italian family owned winery in which we will have a guided cheese & wine tasting straight from their maturation room. Continue the journey along the Yarra Valley and visit Dominique Portet, a 9th generation winery, here your taste buds will experience new sensations with the range of wines you are going to try. Our next stop will be at Tokar Estate to enjoy a two-course lunch and be captivated by this family owned winery. Straight after lunch we will visit Helen & Joey Estate, a boutique winery where you will learn about the art of the vintage in the region and you will try the Alena Collection wines from the most special parcels from our estate on Spring Lane.






Custom made tour adapted according to the needs of the traveler and the duration of the tour.


Recommended tour: departure from Alice Springs, visit the West Macdonnell mountain range with the relevant stops to the best places in this area, if the weather permits it will swim in different water gorges, walk through the Kings Canyon and cross the desert for 5 hours admiring the driest landscapes of Australia. You will arrive where there are the most emblematic icons of the Red Center, Uluru and Kata Tjuta to admire the changes of color according to the angle of the sunlight. In addition, you will learn about the aboriginal culture of the area.


You must:

  • See the color changes in Uluru at sunrise and sunset.
  • Visit and swim in some of the deepest gorges of the desert.
  • Learn about aboriginal culture.


Places of interest: West Macdonnell Ridge, Kings Canyon, Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Walpa Gorge, Simpson Gap, Standley Chasm, Ellery Creek Big Hole, Ormiston Gorge, Valley of the Winds, Mala Walk …





Let yourself be captivated by the Red Center – watch the sunrise and walk through the Walpa Gorge or for the more adventurous travellers go through the Valley of the Winds in Kata Tjuta and enjoy a complete circuit in this incredible rock formation.


Two guided tours through the base of Uluru at sunset or sunrise watching the sun reflected in Uluru and admire how this monolith changes color.


This package combines the best of both icons with the flexibility to undertake the tour on one day or split it into two days. Travelers can combine the tour of Uluru with one of the kata Tjuta tours mentioned before.


INCLUDES: English speaking guide with audio guide in Spanish, light refreshments with sparkling wine at sunset and a picnic breakfast at sunrise.