Private tours are the ultimate in luxury and they offer an escape from the hustle and bustle of a major city.
Private tours offer the opportunity to spend a day in a foreign country, get away from the everyday stresses of a busy city, and explore the natural wonders and culture of your chosen destination.
Here are some tips on finding the best private tours in Australia.
What is a private tour?
A private tour is an event in which you and a group of friends travel together, without paying a penny.
For some tours, you’ll be required to book through a company, which will ensure that your travel costs are covered by the tour operator.
If you book through an accommodation company, the cost of your stay is usually covered by your host.
Some private tours will also allow you to take in one of the country’s most beautiful scenery or visit some of its most popular attractions.
A few private tours can be arranged through a business or a local travel agency, but there’s no guarantee that you’ll get a good experience.
When and where can I book a private trip?
Private trips can be booked online, or through a host or accommodation company.
It’s a great way to meet other travellers who share your love of travel and adventure.
How do I book my private tour?: Booking a private flight is easy.
Find out more on our guide to booking a private jet.
Can I book on a weekend?
Private tours can take place from 8am to 5pm on weekdays and weekends, but check in times at the host.
If you want to check in at home before the tour, you may want to do so earlier in the day.
Is there a charge for a private visit?
No, there’s a £7 booking fee for a weekend visit.
Are there any restrictions on private tours?
There are no restrictions on the number of people allowed in the country, but it’s best to book in advance if you want your group to be split evenly.
If a group size is over 30, you will need to book up to four people, unless you book ahead for a larger group.
Where can I find out more about private tours ?
The best private tour companies in Australia include: Airbus Private Tours Australia (ATTA) Blue Sky Australia (BSAA) Chickasaw Private Tours Citadel Australia Private Tours (CIT) Citi Private Tours International (CIP) Eagle Private Tours Ltd (EPG) First Flight Private Tours Australasia (FFA) Geraldton Private Tours Private Tours South Africa (GBP) Greyhound Private Tours SA (GRD) Jurisdiction Private Tours Asia (JPH) Kelpie Private Tours New Zealand (KNP) Melbourne Private Tours Hong Kong (HKG) Mountain Adventures Private Tours Indonesia (MMV) Private Tours Asia Private Tours Singapore (PTB) Public Tours Private International (PTP) Rescue Private Tours Argentina (RPX) Sydney Private Tours Tasmania (TSW) Tour de Pangaea Private Tours China (TIP) Source: Travel Australia Private Tour Information Australia Private tours: Private tours in the UK: A private tour in the United Kingdom can be scheduled to take place between 7:30am and 6pm.
Australia Private Tours in the US: Australia Private Travels offers private tours to Australia from 9am to 6pm on weekends and on weekends.
Booking an Australian tour can be a bit more complicated than a US tour, as there are different rules in Australia that can affect how long you’ll need to stay in Australia during your visit.
This is particularly true of Australian tours to the United States.
In addition, you can book private tours on your own with Australia Private Travel, but you’ll also need to sign a tour agreement with Australia Tours.
You can also book private trips through Australia Private Expedia and travel agencies, but those tours may require you to pay a fee upfront.
Find out more: How to book a tour in Australia