AAT Kings adds two Short Break tours in Northern Australia

AAT Kings, an Australia and New Zealand guided holiday company, has partnered with Australia’s Northern Territory and launched two new Short Break tours, offering immersive and cultural experiences.

Ranging from two-to-five-days each, these tours enable clients to personalize their holidays and embark on multi-sensory and off-the-beaten-track adventures while being led by knowledgeable driver guides.

Clients have a last chance to save up to 15 per cent on selected tours to Australia’s Northern Territory and five per cent off its recently launched Short Break tours in the region for select departures from April 1, 2024, to Dec. 31, 2024. The offer ends on April 15, 2024. *

“We partnered with Australia’s Northern Territory since it is one of the most captivating places in the world, showcasing the Outback’s incredible vast landscapes with its ancient Aboriginal culture and sacred sites. We appreciate our loyal travel advisor community for helping to promote the territory as one of the must-see destinations to visit in 2024,” said AAT Kings CEO, Ben Hall. “Due to increased demand, we created these two new Short Break tours to provide clients the flexibility to personalize
their journeys while revealing the region’s most unforgettable places and interacting with local communities.”

About the new itineraries

On the new four-day Kings Canyon, Uluru and Kata Tjuta Short Break tour, clients will explore Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a visit to the  Cultural Centre and travel to the base of Uluru which is considered sacred by the area’s indigenous Anangu people. They will meet an engaging local guide who will narrate the Aboriginal Tjukurpa (creation) stories. Guests will walk with their guide to Mutitjulu Waterhole who will share the meaning of the 40,000-year-old ancient Rock Art created by the traditional owners of the land and the beautiful spiritual sites surrounding them.

Afterwards, they will make their way to the Uluru Sunset Viewing area to witness a breathtaking sunset and admire the largest sandstone monolith in the world. Their adventure continues the next day by watching a sunrise at the spectacular Kata Tjuta and its 36 giant domes. They will embark with their guide to scenic valleys and canyons while learning the history, culture and geology of Australia’s Red Centre.

On the new three-day Kings Canyon and Uluru Short Break tour, clients will journey through stunning desert scenery from Ayers Rock Resort. They will travel through Curtin Springs Station and view Atila (Mount Conner). On the way to Kings Canyon, their Driver Guide will provide insights into the history of the surrounding cattle stations. They will stay and relax at the Kings Canyon Resort before enjoying a sunset. Guests will rise at dawn to make the climb to the rim of the canyon and be rewarded with panoramic views of Watarrka National Park at sunrise. With time permitting, they can go down to the oasis of the “Garden of Eden” which is a stunning watering hole surrounded by lush greenery and rare plant species.

Travel agent resources

AAT Kings is committed to providing travel Advisors with the tools they need to succeed and marketing assets to promote deals to their clients. They can find social images and stories, e-signatures, store posters, sales flyers, videos and more in their Marketing Toolkit.

The tour operator is also launching its newest A-LIST ACCESS podcast episodes, the ‘Destination Training’ series. Hosted by friends of AAT Kings Group, Nick and Yas, the podcast offers a lively, fun, and informative journey, providing travel advisors with insights into the latest travel trends, successful selling tips, destination insights, sustainable travel practices, and more. Travel

Advisors can listen to the podcast followed by the interactive course online.

To learn more about AAT Kings travel agent training, visit: www.aatkings.com/a-listers.

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