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Adventure Tours Australia vs Experience Park Tours - Tour Companies Compared

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Rating Breakdown
Overall — 5
Value — 4.6
Guide — 4.6
Activities — 4.6
Lodging — 4.6
Transportation — 4.6
Meals — 4.6
Overall — 1
Value — 1.0
Guide — 1.0
Activities — 5.0
Lodging — 5.0
Transportation — 1.0
Meals — 1.0
Recent Reviews

Well done and I would recommend this tour to anyone

5.0 January 2017
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  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
My family and I have just done the three day tour of Uluru and Kings Canyon in NT. Our tour guide Rachael and host Tahnee were fabulous. We found the whole trip enjoyable, the accommodation was great, the food lovely, tasty and plentiful. They were both superb with my cousin who was a none English speaking French man. The whole time a huge amount of effort went in to making the whole group (18 of us in total) feel welcome, comfortable and encouraged to enjoy the whole trip.....
Well done and I would recommend this tour to anyone.
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Tour Adventure Tours Australia Company Reviews

Awesome trip with my parents to Uluru

5.0 November 2016
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  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
Awesome trip with my parents to Uluru, great accommodation in tents and the tour guide was fantastic with so my patience awesome and Uluru so beautiful can’t wait to go back, 2 days 1 night great to all ages!!
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Tour Adventure Tours Australia Company Reviews

Most amazing camping trip in Darwin

5.0 October 2016
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  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
I had the most amazing camping trip in Darwin. We were a small group and the guide, Kel, was perfect. He had knowledge of the aboriginal stories, was a great cook and choose the perfect soundtrack for the long drives. Kakadu and Litchfield are amazing places, I wish I had more time to explore.
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Tour Adventure Tours Australia Company Reviews

Tours 25 Trips 0 Trip
Average Trip Price Per Day $ 224 $ 0
Operator Type None Group Tour Operator
Size None Global Operator
Trip Types
  • Group Tours
  • Group Tours
  • Private Guided Trips
  • Custom Itineraries
Service Level N/A Luxury
Regions
  • Australia & Pacific
  • North America
Known For
  • 18 - 35
  • Adventure
  • Budget
  • 50+
  • Photography
  • Adventure
  • Luxury
Headquarters Australia 9120 Double Diamond Parkway, Reno, Nevada, 89521
Year Established 2002 1996
Solo Friendly N/A N/A
Tour Languages N/A
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      About Adventure Tours Australia

      In the early 90s Adventure Tours Australia was conceived, as a way to help new travelers to Australia visit the farther reaching attractions of the country, such as Uluru.

      What Makes Them Stand Out?

      Culturally rich, adventurous tours and local expertise. They strive to show travelers “the real Australia”. They specialize in wildlife and indigenous culture tours. Their guides have a collective two decades of experience traveling around the the vast country, and it’s many different often harsh environments. Their tours are eco conscious, and almost all have an element of camping involved.

      Who Travels With Them?

      Their trips tend to skew younger, especially given the two types of accommodation range from Camping to Basic. They often host families and single or solo travelers. No single supplement is required for those solo travelers open to rooming with someone of the same gender - if you prefer a room to yourself, they can often offer this for a supplement.

      Where Do They Operate?

      Their tours operate throughout Australia, including Tasmania. They have multiple kinds of tour, including short breaks, overland, and city explorations.

      How Does it Work?

      Trips fall under two main categories: “Basix” and “Original”. Each is fairly rustic in nature. Transportation is via 4WD or minibus. All trips are conducted in as eco conscious a manner as possible.

      Why Travel With Them?

      They are perfect for young adventurous travelers interested in seeing Australia from a local point of view. If you enjoy camping, getting to know other travelers, and feeling completely immersed in your location, they are the tour company for you.

      About Experience Park Tours

      What Makes Experience Park Tours Stand Out?

      Experience Park tours

      They provide supreme luxury travel through some of the United States most stunning National Parks. Itineraries are designed to provide travelers a choice of a slow to medium pace experience.

      Their tour experiences are truly all inclusive, which means the expert local guides, photography guides, 5 star meals, personal chef, resort accommodation, and of course transportation via luxury limo, are all included in the price.

      Who Will Enjoy Traveling With Experience Park Tours?

      Affluent travelers, in the 45+ range are definitely the target audience for Experience Park Tours. Their trips take in the national parks but don’t expect to do a lot of hiking, camping, or hard core adventure activities.

      If you have limited mobility, are traveling with very young kids, or simply want to have an easy trip in complete comfort through some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, Experience Park Tours could be your perfect fit.

      That said, it’s not just lounging. Simply an easier way to reach stunning vistas and popular park attractions - and maybe enjoying a glass of wine while you watch natural phenomena take place, observe wildlife, and see incredible sunsets.

      Top Destinations

      Experience Park Tours are all about national park travel in the United States and the Canadian Rockies. They specialize in the Pacific Northwest, however Montana, Wyoming, Utah, and Arizona trips are also available.

      Experience Park Tours Travel Style

      Group sizes with Experience Park Tours range from 8 to 20 individuals.

      The travel experience is very much focused on luxury. Transportation will be in a Luxury Limo Liner bus - featuring two separate lounges and an on-board chef and galley.

      Accommodations are provided at only 4 and 5-star luxury hotels and resorts.

      Everything is included in the ticket: meals, accommodations, snacks, and drinks. While riding in your limo vehicle you’ll have even have access to an on-board personal chef!  

      Aside from their wonderfully relaxing day tours through the National Parks, Experience Park Tours also offers unique speciality tours, such as wine tours, golf tours, and even quilting tours.

      Why Choose a Tour With Experience Park Tours?

      They provide true all-inclusive luxury. Every single moment is planned and taken care of - you won’t have to buy a meal or tip anyone. Experience the best of nature and the best of luxury travel, without a care in the world!

      These tours are going to be best enjoyed by travelers who feel their travel experience is enhanced by luxury perks, accommodations, fine food and wine. While some outdoor activity is certainly included, expect easy walks and fully escorted private guided experiences - this is not hard core National Park exploring.

      If you’d like to enjoy nature with the added comforts of staying in resorts and traveling in luxury transportation, look no further!

      Tours & Operators on Stride Awarded and Featured by:

      • National Geographic, Condé Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure
      • Outside, The New York Times