Outback Spirit announces new tours to the most remote regions of South Australia

With staycations looking likely for the foreseeable future, there’s no better time to explore the magic of South Australia’s most remote destinations. 

Experiential travel company, Outback Spirit is taking full advantage of the recent boost in staycations with its biggest touring season yet announced for 2022. The premium small tour operator organises jam-packed itineraries where guests can experience the best of some of Australia’s most unexplored regions and historic sacred areas, without having to sacrifice on luxury or comfort. 

With worries of snap lockdowns and last-minute border closures leaving many in doubt over booking a trip, Outback Spirit’s tours include fully flexible fares that are adaptable to any travel complications, giving guests the ability to cancel or reschedule a journey without additional cost, even up to one day before departure. 

Stock Library Photo from Outback Photographics NT ©
Stock Library Photo from Outback Photographics NT ©

Outback Spirits have three itineraries for those looking to have a luxurious guided tour along the less-trodden paths of South Australia, with activities ranging from sub-terrain stays at the incredible Desert Cave Hotel exploring Coober Pedy’s opal fields, to an afternoon of cloud-grazing with a 2-hour scenic flight over Lake Eyre. For the David Attenborough’s amongst us, choose between a whale watching tour on the Eyre Peninsula or getting up close and personal with the sea lions on Kangaroo Island’s Seal Bay. 

All three tours begin and end in Adelaide, taking out the hassle of any fiddly transfers, taking you straight to a number of luxury accommodation locations such as Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, the Clare Country Club and the Port Lincoln Hotel. 

Find out more about Outback Spirits and book your South Australian tour here. 

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