Contiki launches 14 new Aussie Adventures

Despite the world being brought to a standstill which resulted in the day-to-day monotony of lockdown and social distancing – Contiki encourages millennials and Gen Z to keep dreaming big and plan out their next adventure

With 61 per cent are ‘raring to go’ and want to take their next break as soon as the restrictions ease, and 47 per cent are looking to travel domestically.

A collection of 14 carefully curated trips for locals, by locals, with locals ranging from 4 to 11 days – give wanderlusters’ the opportunity to explore top destinations such as North Queensland, Kakadu and Uluru’s Field of Lights; plus all new destinations including Western Australia’s Rottnest Island and Margaret River and the ultimate road trip via the Great Ocean Road through to the wineries and wilderness of South Australia.

Belinda Ward, Managing Director for Contiki said

Pack your bags and just show up, we’ll take care of the rest, There’s nothing more empowering than getting outside of your ‘bubble’, meeting new people and making new friends. We know most millennials and Gen Z want the opportunity to travel together again with the freedom and flexibility to be social whether travelling solo, with friends or a partner – and leave with memories that will stay with them forever.

As we adapt to this new world –  travel with peace of mind knowing that Contiki has worked with government authorities to elevate its already high hygiene standards and protocols. By implementing enhanced training for Trip Managers, its operational procedures, and numerous new measures throughout to comply with physical distancing requirements – travellers can expect the very best possible care and service when travelling.

Belinda Ward, Managing Director for Contiki said

We are absolutely committed to the wellbeing of our travellers, only working with trusted partners and are very selective when choosing hotels, restaurants, ground handlers and venues that meet the expected guidelines, standards and specifications

With all the details sorted, travellers will explore via coach, trains and sailing; and stay in comfy hostels, eco-lodges or glamping. Expect lots of included local, cultural, foodie, wellness, active and conscious travel experiences – all these inclusions are what makes these ready-made groups on-the-go so appealing.         

Belinda Ward, continued,

We can’t wait to showcase the beauty of this diverse country, mixed in with some local magic to make these trips so unique, and importantly – it’s an opportunity to give-back to the communities we visit and keep the economy moving

Find out more about BETA member Contiki here