Travelling: Bus and Coach Travel and Tours
The Aussie Over 50s Guide to Going by Bus and Meeting People!
Traveling by Coach in Australia - Holidays / Vacations
Bus and Coach tour traveling allows you to stop, see, smell and touch and to spend a little time inspecting and taking photos of what you see.
The terrific part about coach travel is that while your experienced coach captain is motoring along, you start to realise that for once you can look out the window and not have to concentrate on the road.
You are able to sit back and be cosy, in air-condition luxurious comfortable seas while watching the biggest live show on earth! You will not miss a thing, you can relax and admire Australia's magnificent scenery.
Outback Coach Tour: photo Casey Tours Perth
All this while your professional Australian coach captain, (who are all intimate with Australia's uniqueness) share with you the Australian story and about their interesting experiences of our great country and make you feel completely comfortable while on the tour.
On most coach tours you will find that there are no hidden extras. Usually, accommodation, all meals, entry fees, most morning and afternoon teas and often cruises and are all included in the price.
The coach companies what you to come back again and again so they usually make the dining experiences memorable. Offering mouth-watering meals and wines that are often made from local produce, you will have to pay for wines.
For the over 50's traveling on their own, we offer some guarantees! You will meet people and you will make new friends!
Those of you that are single, are guaranteed their own room throughout. (Do not forget to check with the operator) Single passengers can choose to pay the twin share rate and possibly share with another passenger.
There are a large range of coach companies and tours are available throughout every Australia state. Just about all tour accommodation comes with private en-suite bathrooms, unless otherwise specified in the tour description.
Not all Coach Tours are the Same
Coach tours are conducted in Luxury Coaches or Budget Coaches.
Luxury Coach Tours
The modern top of the line luxury touring coaches offer passengers that something special, They build these coaches to offer many creature comforts, like deluxe fabric covered reclining seats mostly with head and arm rests, they are climate control air conditioned with individual vent controls and individual reading lights simpler to those on the modern aeroplane. Luggage is included - so you have no issue about carrying luggage and the elderly and disabled passengers are very well care for.
The larger coaches have on board televisions and video, they have sophisticated sound systems, chilled water fountains and most have tea/coffee making facilities. The wide tinted windows and smart curtains all to give a feeling of comfort and luxury. The Larger Luxury Coaches have seatbelts, power steering, full air suspension and safety braking and to ensure your well-being.
The extra height of these coaches helps increase the magnificent panorama not available to smaller vehicles.
It is a good idea to book early to be assured of getting your seat on the best tours.
Budget Coach Tours
Budget coach/bus tours are normally activity based and thus the coach or bus stops frequently. In most cases the budget coaches do not have on board toilets, but passengers do find the modern vehicles are remarkably comfortable. They almost all have coach seats with arm and headrests, climate control air-conditioning with individual vent controls.
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