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Discover the Road Trip of a Lifetime, the Explorer's Way with Austravel

LONDON, January 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Austravel, the leading specialist in Australasia holidays, is offering customers great value holidays to South Australia and the Northern Territory.

Austravel, the leading Australasia specialist, has welcomed in 2014 by offering exclusive holidays which includes complimentary nights, excursions and more. Give in to your next big adventure and plan a trip to South Australia and the Northern Territory, all while taking advantage of the Austravel New Year sale.

The Northern Territory and South Australia play host to some of the most stunning landscapes in the world. In the South Australia region, start your journey in the lively city of Adelaide. From there, travel through the picturesque Clare Valley wine region before heading into the unique Flinders Ranges which is one of the oldest landscapes in the world and a must see is the renowned and quirky underground town of Coober Pedy.

With its vibrant capital city, delicious and award-winning food and wine, beautiful beaches and rich wildlife, nature and outback experiences, a holiday to South Australia makes for the ultimate trip down under.

Alternatively, the Northern Territory offers something for all interests and desires from the lush green wetlands of the 'Top End' to the fiery red deserts and hill ranges of the 'Red Centre'. Enjoy camel rides at the landmark spot of Uluru and crocodile cruises in Kakadu to fantastic walks and desert dining under a million stars. Enjoy experiences of a lifetime with a holiday to Australia's Northern Territory. You can choose from either starting or ending your journey in the vibrant capital Darwin with its Aboriginal art galleries, Asian influenced food, night markets and harbour.

Austravel, the leading specialist in Australasia holidays, is offering its customers great value holidays and experiences to South Australia and the Northern Territory, including Apollo Motorhome self drives to luxury train journeys. If you are looking for the ultimate adventure, then why not combine the two and head up the Explorer's Way? The Explorer's Way is a magnificent stretch of 3,000km road and makes for one of the best road trips in the world. Taking you between the vibrant, cosmopolitan city life of Adelaide in South Australia to the lively tropical city of Darwin in the Northern Territory, the Explorer's Way is perfect mix of 60,000 year old indigenous culture, rich vineyards and outstanding natural attractions.

Austravel is offering a 13 Day Explorer's Way Self Drive from £1,339 per person. This Australia holiday includes 11 days' Avis car hire, one night in Adelaide, two nights in Wilpena Pound with scenic flight and half day tour, one night Port Augusta, two nights Coober Pedy with Desert Cave tour, one night Marla, two nights at the Ayers Rock Resort, one night at Kings Canyon and two nights Alice Springs. Based on selected travel Apr 2014 - March 2015.

For more information on Austravel and its current offers on holidays to South Australia and the Northern Territory, visit http://www.austravel.com or 0800-988-4834.

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