Posted by Eleina Antoniou on 28 October 2018 | Comments


South Australia is home to the Great Australian Bite and the Barossa Valley but this state has a variety of experiences to offer from wilderness tours to coastal drives and everything in between.

Here are a few additions to your South Australian travel itinerary that are good for the soul and for the planet, highlighting some exceptional experiences for the conscious traveller.

Aboriginal Culture Tours give travellers a unique insight into South Australia’s history walking in the footsteps of the world’s oldest living culture with both coastal and bush tours.

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Photo: Cape Cassini Wilderness Retreat

Why not explore Kangaroo Island to really delve into nature and stay at Cape Cassini Wilderness Retreat, the only ECO certified bed and breakfast accommodation on the North Coast?

For those who do enjoy a wine or two, Diverse Travel Australia  offer a variety of gourmet food and wine tours along with Aboriginal and nature-based tours. Their wide range of tours are developed with their commitment to protecting cultural authenticity and integrity, employing sound business practices, environmental protection and acknowledgment of Indigenous peoples’ spiritual connection to the land and water - so that you can enjoy the destination whilst being a mindful traveller.

Alternatively, head out into the vast open spaces that South Australia has to offer and wonder through the National Parks with SA Eco Tours. Offering numerous small group 4WD ECO safaris whilst respecting the environment, nature and the local people is what makes SA Eco Tours so special.

SA eco tours photo

Photo: SA Eco Tours

If you’re planning to travel around Australia why not jump on a Groovy Grape tour and explore the Grampians and Great Ocean Road on your way to Melbourne or the Rock Patrol tour that takes you north through Uluru and Alice Springs? Both tours are ECO certified and are a great way to explore Australia’s natural wonders.

Tours aren’t your thing? No worries! The National Parks South Australia website can help you plan your own nature-based itinerary from hiking to camping, they’ve got information on everything you need to know when it comes to National Parks in South Australia.

Have you ticked these experiences off your bucket list yet? Let us know in the comments.

[Header image: Groovy Grape Tours]

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