One would be unknown to eco-tourism if s/he has not visited the beautiful resorts and natural beauty of Australia. This natural gifted place has everything in its stomach. Ranging from beautiful great lakes, big snowy mountains, skyscrapers of Sydney, mixed population of Australia, Thailand, china gifted with beautiful beaches;Australia is worthy place to visit.
Fortunately, Australia is among the top countries to discuss who have actually realized the importance of eco-tourism and serving the greatest number of travellers every year. Whether you are visiting the Kangaroo Island or mysterious forests of Australia, you will find the unique beauty everywhere. Kangaroo island, the Galapagos and a place to escape to, a place to see the beauty of the natural world; Kangaroo Island is a very special ecotourism destination.
Your words will do fail to describe the beauty of this island. Kangaroo Island, fondly known by many as the Galapagos of Australia, is a pristine wilderness that is home to a vast amount of animals that are native to Australia- the Kangaroo. This long tail animal with its child in chest is surprising to those experiencing the Kangaroos first time.
This island is over 150km long along with its boasts towering cliffs, sparkling white beaches, huge sand dunes, dense forest and literally acres of wilderness. The beaches are deserted and the landscapes are stunning.
To enjoy spotting the rare and unusual wildlife and wildflowers, you will wonder along the are heaps of walking tracks. From some of these treks you can also see dolphins and migrating birds out in the bay. The chance to see kangaroos with joeys in their pouches and nesting platypus’ in the spring is a pretty unique experience. One of the attractions that Kangaroo Island is most famous for is the little penguins who head inland every night at Penne Shaw after passing a day to search the sea food.
The Kangaroo Island not only provides beauty to see Australia’s native wildlife up close but some of Australia’s finest gourmet foods are produced from the wonderfully fertile land and the bountiful waters. Hand-made sheep’s cheese, tasty honey, distinctive varieties of Kangaroo Island wines and freshly caught King George Whiting can all be tasted during your visit here. You can also buy some of the locally distilled eucalyptus oil, a wonderful natural essential oil.
The Kangaroo Island is home to over 4,000 people, many of whom have lived on the island for generations fishing the seas and farming the land. A thriving community of artists offers you the chance to gain a small insight into the rich history and culture of Kangaroo Island.
Don’t worry about whether you have enough money to stay here as there is accommodation here to suit everyone’s budget. Choices of places to stay on the island vary from outdoor swags, a very Australian-style of sleeping outdoors, to cottages and super-luxurious retreats.
This is most definitely one of Australia’s most exclusive destinations for seeing wildlife and experiencing a unique culture; one should not be missed by every eco-tourist.