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5 Travel Destinations to Fly Over in a Private Air Charter

Unread postby Travellin Tom » Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:01 pm

A different way to experience air travel
Have you promised yourself, ‘this time it will be different’? Have you vowed that your treasured bucket list destination won’t be ruined by cancellations, delays or queues?

Do you want to avoid baggage claim dramas, sprints along airport corridors or unscheduled diversions?

What you’re really talking about is enjoying an A-Class flying experience
by chartering a local pilot.

It begins with a simple phone call, just as in the old days, and a conversation with a helpful person who knows exactly what you want.

Isn’t that what you are talking about?

Now, just imagine.

The Whitsunday Islands
Covered by pristine National Parks, bounded by picture-perfect beaches and surrounded by coral-laden ocean waters, imagine reaching these 74 islands off the Northeastern Coast of Australia by private air charter.

As you land on Hamilton’s
tiny airstrip, you can already picture yourself waking up on a sail boat the next morning, moored in the turquoise waters surrounded by Coral Sea reefs.

No dreams of this moment have prepared you for the sheer tranquillity and splendour of the Whitsundays, where time seems to stand still.

Next morning, your wake up service is none other than a cheeky Kookaburra’s laughter. Good company, a good book and a snorkel among some 1500 species of fish and 400 types of coral make up a typical day during your stay here.

After a night at your resort, at sunrise you hop on a seaplane to find a beach for your remote camping experience among immaculate white sands, rugged headlands and the emerald rainforest. Here you will explore the Ngaro Sea Trail, following the footsteps of the Whitsundays’ traditional owners to the historic aboriginal caves at Nara Inlet, kayaking from island to island.

The Kimberley Coast, Western Australia
It’s a privilege to
be among the few to have experienced and personally photographed the splendour of the Kimberley Coast.

Flying above it, your eyes need to adjust to the vibrancy of the ocean’s many tones. This meandering coastline forms one of the world’s greatest wilderness areas.

Coastline consisting of almost 13,000km at the top of northern Australia.

Uninhabited archipelagos, wild rivers, fringing reefs and mangrove forests are some of its dramatic features.

Untouched, and mostly accessible by sea, the Kimberley coast is one of the least-impacted marine environments in the world.

It also boasts a thriving indigenous culture, the world’s largest population of humpback whales and sea bird breeding colonies.

Broome, Western Australia
Your private chartered aircraft
makes its way, through an auburn sunset to land at coastal, laid-back Broome.

Tourists are drawn, year-round to this remotest of Australian beach destinations.

Broome combines modern facilities with incomparable natural scenery to attract visitors from around the world.

Breathtaking from the air, no visit is complete without the grounding provided by Broome’s famous ‘camel train’ ride along 14-mile Cable Beach.

Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia
Still bordering the
Western Australian Coast, Learmonth Airport is just 36km from one of the longest fringe reefs in the world - the Ningaloo Reef.

Home to around 250 species of coral and 500 species of fish, turtles, dugongs and dolphins.

At Ningaloo visitors immerse themselves in this spectacular marine world, simply by walking 5 to 10m offshore.

It is also one of the few places in the world where whale sharks regularly congregate in numbers that facilitate human interaction. You’ve come this far and you want the whole package so it’s time to get up close and personal with the reef’s wildlife.

By kayak you can navigate the sheltered 3m deep lagoons of the Ningaloo reef.

Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
Kangaroo Island is located
off the South Australian coast and then flys you straight to Kangaroo Island’s Kingscote Airport runway.

With nearly 1,600km of roads, many of them unsealed trails that navigate through dense forests, towering sand dunes, wetlands and soaring cliffs, Kangaroo Island is 4-wheel drive heaven.

Kangaroo Island is a habitat for sea lions, kangaroos, koalas and many species of birds. Visitors can explore the pristine wetlands of the Harriet River by kayak and walk its rainforests.

Accommodation here starts includes camping and luxury resorts. Here you can end intense days exploring nature with soothing nights spent in comfort.

Make your dream of an A-Class flying experience a reality.
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