It is often said that how you start the New Year can say a lot about what to expect out of the rest of it. So if you passionately feel about all things beautiful in life, seriously want to pamper yourself indulging in some of the best culinary delights, then True North’s ultimate eight night cruise is probably what you were looking for to start the New Year.
Perfect as a treat for all the five senses, the Southern Safari trip from True North is a culinary dream come true combined with an adventure cruise across a bountiful ocean on one of True North’s six dedicated expedition boats.
This amazing adventure cruise / safari begin at Adelaide. You will be given transfer via a coach to McLaren Vale where you will enjoy a cup of fine tea to start your morning enjoying the beautiful setting of the vineyard of the Red Poles art gallery. After wards it is a short trip to olive gardens of the Lloyd Brothers, before having lunch at Penny’s Hill vineyard to round up the local sights-seeing.
Arrive at Wirrina Cove late in the evening and retire to your cabins on board the True North after a welcome cocktail. Enjoy your dinner onboard, one of the many exotic meals that you will during your stay.
The next morning wake up to the sights of the majestic Kangaroo Island. This island is known for some of Australia’s unique flora and fauna and a chance to stumble-upon some unique inhabitants of the island. One of the major attractions of True North cruises are the generous sprinkling of adventure and excitement that ostensibly forms a part of every itinerary. This one is no different with items such as cage diving with the great white sharks in Port Lincoln area, fishing for monster tuna, giant Samson fish, huge yellow tail kingfish in the waters of the islands off the Eyre Peninsula, and then netting oysters in the Coffin Bay designed to keep your adrenaline pumping at all times.
Southern Safari passes through waters which has some of the richest concentration of edible fish. But what is more exciting is apart from letting loose the angler in you the cruise also lets you wear your chef’s hat. Join hands with the chef’s onboard and learn how to prepare delicacies such as the King George whiting.