Outback Floatplane Adventures reports all tour offerings remain popular with visitors.
Outback Floatplanes differ from traditional aircraft in that they allow the craft to land on water, making them a great option for those wishing to explore new areas. Often referred to as seaplanes, the aircraft provides an opportunity for one to see Australia in a whole new way, and guests know they are sure to have an amazing day as Matt Wright has a hand in choosing the various tour options.— Matt Wright, host of Outback Wrangler on the National Geographic channel, partnered with Troy Thomas, owner of Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventures, to create Outback Floatplane Adventures.
"Make the most of a trip to Australia by booking day tours in Darwin. Many choose the Ultimate Outback Tour as it provides numerous opportunities in only half a day. Experience the floatplane, offroad buggies, a helicopter, an airboat and a Billabong cruise. While doing so, guests find they are able to get up close and personal with a variety of animals, including crocodiles, turtles and wild boar," Steve Davies, spokesperson for Outback Floatplane Adventures, explains.
Highlights of the Ultimate Outback Tour include an airboat ride through a rainforest, a spectacular Sweets Lagoon floatplane landing, swimming with animals in the Crocodile Cage, along with a helicopter flight over the Litchfield National Park floodplains. This is just the beginning of what one sees and does when this tour option is selected.
"Others find they prefer a heli-fishing tour so they can experience the amazing fishing to be found in Australian waters, while many prefer to stick with a scenic tour as they wish to see the beauty of this amazing country. Extended adventure safaris continue to be another popular option, yet many refuse to accept anything less than a custom tour, one led by Matt Wright himself," Davies continues.
Some individuals prefer to keep their feet on dry land, yet others find the best way to see a new place is by water. Outback Floatplane Adventures offers a variety of travel options to meet the needs of all. From a Galeforce airboat to off-road buggies, every guest discovers the company offers the perfect means of travel when it comes to
adventure tours in Darwin.
"Outback Floatplane Adventures accommodates guests four years of age and older and recommends casual wear and enclosed shoes for the trip. Guests wishing to make use of the Croc Cage need a bather, and every guest will want a camera. An adventure tour taken through Outback Floatplane Adventures is one trip that will never be forgotten by those who choose to participate, yet pictures are great to share with others so make sure a camera is on hand at all times," Davies proclaims.
About Outback Floatplane Adventures:
The creation of Matt Wright and Troy Thomas, Outback Floatplane Adventures offers the most exciting tour available in the Top End. Make use of airboats, floatplanes, off-road buggies, choppers, and a breakfast Billabong cruise through the Sweets Lagoon and its pristine waters. This lagoon earned its reputation when Sweetheart the Crocodile was taken from it back in the 1970's. Sweetheart now happily resides in the Darwin Museum. In addition, Outback Floatplane Adventures offers corporate tours, heli-tours, and extended adventure safaris.
For more information, please visit http://www.outbackfloatplanes.com.au
Name: Steve Davies
Organization: Outback Floatplane Adventures
Phone: 08 8981 4881
Release ID: 51188