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Travel Solo, Not Alone
Travelling solo doesn’t mean that you have to travel alone. Travelling solo on an AAT Kings Guided Holiday connects you with other like-minded travellers to experience the best Australia and New Zealand have to offer on a worry-free adventure.
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What to expect when travelling solo in Australia and New Zealand with AAT Kings
On an AAT Kings Guided Holiday you’ll be joining a tour with travellers who have one thing in common. A desire to uncover the true beating heart of Australia and New Zealand in ways that you never imagined possible. Getting under the skin of a destination, learning from local experts, and travelling worry-free, you’ll experience places more beautiful than any guidebook can describe.
Drink in the view, discover wild tastes to feed your soul and immerse yourself in stories that live and breathe, safe in the knowledge that every detail of your trip will be taken care of. You’ll enjoy the benefits of travelling in a group, with all of the essentials like accommodation and exclusive experiences all seamlessly sorted ‘behind the scenes’.
You don’t need to be single to travel solo. Perhaps you want to travel to parts of Australia and New Zealand your partner is not keen to visit, or you want to challenge yourself to travel solo for the first time. Our First Choice and Best Buys Guided Holidays give you the flexibility to choose a fully curated experience with plenty of local connections or a flexible itinerary with more time for you.
East Coast Islands & Rainforests
12 Day Guided Vacation | Sydney to Cairns | QSC
Queensland is the only place in the world where two World Heritage Sites meet.
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Guided Solo Travel In Australia
From reef to rainforest, desert to Tasmanian devils, Australia offers discerning solo explorers the chance to uncover nature at its most pristine, wildlife that has to be seen to be believed and living culture that dates back millennia. For those who are travelling solo, there are cosmopolitan cities waiting to delight your senses, with new wonders around every corner.
Starting with Sydney your exploration begins with some of Australia’s most famous icons, the Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, before giving way to the wine region of the Hunter Valley and the World Heritage Listed wilderness of the Blue Mountains.
In the heart of the country you can learn from a local First Nations guide and discover how Aboriginal culture and history has shaped this land for tens of thousands of years, uncover open air art galleries in Kakadu National Park or experience a Welcome to Country in Tasmania’s Cataract Gorge.
Travelling solo on an AAT Kings Guided Holiday you’ll be in great company and led by one of our passionate and knowledgeable Travel Directors or local guides, meaning your holiday will help you to listen, not just hear, the tales and history that have shaped this wide, brown land.
Guided Solo Travel in New Zealand
New Zealand’s epic beauty, ethereal mountains and glacier-carved fjords are sights that should not be missed as a solo traveller to the ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’, Aotearoa.
New Zealand has plenty to offer, from the spectacular Bay of Islands in the north to the fascinating cultural history and scenic highlights found in the south in the coastal town of Dunedin, you’ll find a warm and friendly welcome from local Kiwis keen to show off their country. Spend some time in Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city discovering some of the art galleries, fine dining and casual restaurants and cafes showcasing local produce and cuisine or enjoy a city sights or winery tour to kick off your exploration.
Immerse yourself in living Māori culture visiting Te Puia geothermal springs and visit the Māori Arts and Crafts Institute to see some of the traditions which are still being passed down the generations such as wood carving, stone carving and more.