Explore The Less-Known Parts Of Australia
Australia – whenever the name of this beautiful opal continent is mentioned the images that conjure in the mind are that of the Great Barrier Reef, picturesque Melbourne and the iconic Sydney Opera House along with the Harbour in the background. Even the postcards and websites mostly feature the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, the famous kangaroo or the desert or the Reef to depict Australia worldwide. However there is a lot more in this country and these are equally spectacular, like the Cape York at the Northernmost point of the continent.
The Cape York in Australia is the northernmost tip which is pristine and retains its natural terrain and beauty. The best way to explore the rugged wilderness of Cape York and the remote areas surrounding it is by driving a sports-utility four-wheel. Driving on your own through the raw and rugged landscape can be exhilarating and adventurous.
Many adventure seekers would love to drive through the wilderness and they need not worry about accommodation and meals. The best solution is to opt for cape york tag along tours where your four wheeler can join the fleet of 4wds in the tour and even lodging and meals and necessary permits will be taken care of by the tour planners.
These cape york tag along tours promise to be thrilling as the itinerary includes visits to fishing creeks, spectacular sunset points and wildlife reserves. Other interesting inclusions in the adventure tour are mine, old telegraph track route drive, aboriginal community, north-most cattle station and tour through wildlife reserve. Swimming opportunities at natural waterfalls as well as fishing at various creeks, beach and island visits and visits to historic sites such as old telegraph stations are included too.
The history of how explorers had to face hardships and struggle to reach the tip of Australia is fascinating. There are a lot of tour planners that conduct adventure tours to Cape York and the surrounding sites. All the places included in the tour are mostly untouched by human exploitation and retain the old world charm. They also include places, such as natural wildlife reserves, creeks, old telegraph stations and Islands. Most of these places have camping sites as accommodation and offer a great adventure for those seeking it.
The essentials to be packed for the tour apart from clothing and toiletries include walking shoes, sunscreen, hats, mosquito repellent, fly net, swimming gear, torch and medication. Also, since most of the accommodation is at camping sites, a comfortable pillow is needed for comfortable sleep. The adventurous itinerary promises a glimpse into an unexplored region of Australia where the raw beauty is still intact.