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Outback Spirit Launches 2022 – Its Biggest Season Yet

May 20, 2021 Travel Packages No Comments

Some of Australia’s most remote and beautiful places have just become more accessible with premium small group tour operator Outback Spirit launching its 2022 season.Departures for all Outback Spirit tours in 2022 are now available with more departure dates and more guest capacity making it the company’s biggest touring season yet. Operating for more than 20 years, Outback Spirit has the experience and expertise guests have come to know and trust.

Specialists in remote touring, Outback Spirit immerses guests in the wilds of the Kimberley, Cape York, Arnhem Land, the Pilbara, Central Australia, outback Queensland, South Australia and Tasmania as well as Australia’s iconic desert safaris including Canning Stock Route, Simpson Desert and Binns Track.

Journey Beyond Chief Operating Officer Luke Walker said an all-inclusive Outback Spirit journey was enriching and memorable.

“Our itineraries bring guests to some of Australia’s most pristine wilderness areas and provide exclusive access to sacred areas, in particularly within Arnhem Land. And while we travel off the beaten track, guests won’t forgo the pleasure of travelling in luxury vehicles and staying in premium lodges,” Mr Walker said.

“To celebrate the launch of the new season, guests can save up to $1750 per person when booking before 30 July 2021 while having access to their preferred journey and departure.

“Our fully flexible fares also provide guests peace of mind, allowing them to cancel or reschedule their journey up to one day before departure with no additional fees”.

Privileged to operate in remarkable parts of Australia, Outback Spirit is committed to conservation and having a minimal impact on the environment while it supports Aboriginal communities through employment opportunities, community sponsorships and support for Indigenous owned businesses.

With seven lodges across the country including the luxurious Seven Spirit Bay in the Northern Territory, Outback Spirit guests retire to some of Australia’s most iconic outback lodges. Ngauwudu Safari Camp in the Kimberley will next year be upgraded with new bedding, furniture and fixtures for an even more comfortable stay.

Tour sizes range from 12 to 26 guests making for a more intimate touring experience. With three new buses added to the fleet this year and more to be added for the 2022 season, guests travel in highly specialised Mercedes Benz vehicles with onboard restrooms, televisions, generous legroom, air-conditioning and refrigeration. Importantly, all large 4WD drivers have at least ten years’ heavy vehicle driving experience, maximising guest safety.

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