Planning a short trip to Kangaroo Island- Here are a few tips

So you have finally decided upon taking a trip to Kangaroo Island, now what matters is that you make the most out of your trip and that too in tune with the time you have available in your short trip.

In today time tied world, visitors expect to get a glimpse and even experience the best of what this holiday destination has got to offer in just a couple of days.

Well, those of you with this thinking need to know and understand that this island is the third largest in the whole of Australia and therefore it is not a small place. We do not mean to say you should not plan a trip in stripped-in time. We only mean you should plan your trip more precisely in the event it is a short one.

For those of you planning a trip to Kangaroo Island, we are sure you would want your goal, purpose, things and sights you wish to explore accomplished at the end of it. Even if it is just a two day weekend trip you can indeed make of it a satisfying experience with proper knowledge and planning.

Kangaroo Island offers plenty of tourist attraction places such as the Remarkable Rocks, Kelly Hill, Seal Bay and Admirals Arch to name a few. It is better you plan exactly what you really wish to experience, see and discover before you take off. This will ensure you have quality time to spend at spots that truly interest and captivate you rather than just meaninglessly trying to squeeze in all you can get into the short trip.

You can achieve this by either finding out information on the place by browsing and setting up the plan yourself or you can even let your tour operators know what you exactly want to see and do during your short trip. This will allow tour operators pack up a custom made tour itinerary for you.


Is it OK to fake it while travelling?

Sure, one of the best parts of travelling is the freedom to reinvent and reinvigorate yourself. But what happens if you take it too far and pretend to be someone you’re not? It’s a risky game. While most of us don’t masquerade as sportsmen to get free drinks from short-sighted, drunk soccer fans, most travellers at some time pretend to be someone else when they hit the road.

Qantas plane in emergency landing on island

The engine of the Dash 8-200 aircraft was shut down according to standard operating procedures and the plane landed at Lord Howe Island within five minutes of its scheduled time, the spokeswoman said. She added that Qantas engineers were being flown out to the island to access the plane. Qantas flies a daily return flight from Sydney to Lord Howe Island from Tuesdays to Fridays. It runs several flights to and from Sydney to Lord Howe Island on weekends.

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