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Adelaide Tour Packages

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Adelaide Holiday Packages

A beautiful and free-spirited Australian country, Adelaide will keep your interest piqued throughout your visit to the city. Adelaide tours are full of cultural excitement and a diverse variety of food and drinks.
A City of Churches, Adelaide has many tourist spots. This is the perfect holiday destination for friends, families, couples on honeymoon and even solo travelers.

Other than the Botanical Garden and having the oldest glasshouse in the entire Southern Hampshire, Adelaide is also known to have the opal stone available in huge quantities. There are many parks museums and bustling markets to truly understand what this city is all about. Great food, amazing places to visit and amiable weather throughout the year, Adelaide is calling you to itself on your next vacation. Another great reason to visit- you will surely get a lot of Instagrammable pictures. So on your next holiday, booking an Adelaide tour package will be a great idea.

How To Reach

Despite not having any direct flights from any major Indian cities, Adelaide is still a popular destination among its people and Adelaide holiday packages are booked throughout the year. There are flights with a minimum one stopover from cities like Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, and Kolkata. The most popular airways, in this case, are Vistara, Etihad, Cathay Pacific, Dragon Air, Lufthansa and Jet Airways, among others. People can also take flights to other Australian cities like Melbourne and Sydney and then choose inter-city travel.

Best Time To Visit

Summers (October to February)

Quite opposite compared to the entire world, Adelaide, like much of Australia, enjoy summers and ample sunshine during these months. It’s also a time of one of the largest art festivals in the Southern Hemisphere- the Adelaide Fringe. The temperature is between 24-30 degrees making it pleasant and perfect.

Spring (March to May)

Probably the best time to visit Adelaide, enjoy Australia’s hospitality during this time. Adelaide vacation packages sell like hotcakes at this time because of all the major events happening here and also the temperature, which ranges between 18 to 22 degrees Celsius.

Winters (June to September)

The coldest temperatures in Adelaide are experienced during these months. You may also want to keep an umbrella with you as this is a time of unexpected showers. The temperatures may go below 0 degrees Celsius, so if you are not a fan of winters, avoid visiting the city.

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Wonderful Gold Coast Trip: stunning landscape and culture

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FAQs for Adelaide

What is Adelaide well-known for?

Its relaxed and laid-back attitude because of the multiple gardens and parks available in this city.

Is visiting Adelaide safe?

While Adelaide is perfectly safe during the day, it’s not suggested that you visit the abandoned neighborhoods during late nights.

What makes Adelaide the ‘20-minute city’?

Adelaide is known as the 20-minute city because it is said that you can reach any major point in the city within 20 minutes.

Is it easy to reach Adelaide from Sydney?

Sydney to Adelaide is just about 2 hours by air.

Why is Adelaide called the ‘City of Churches’?

Back in 1867, Adelaide was called the name by a newspaper owing to the amount of land being allotted for the building of churches. It is since then it has been called the “City of Churches’.

Is June a good month to visit Adelaide?

It is usually the wettest month in Adelaide- June. Therefore, this is also the time Adelaide tours are booked the least.

In how much time can one reach the main city from the Adelaide airport?

The city center is about 6 km from the Adelaide airport. It takes 12-18 minutes to reach.

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Best Places To Visit On An Adelaide Holiday

1. The Adelaide Zoo

Australia’s second-oldest zoo, this zoo holds over 1800 animals and has some of the most native and exotic species of Australia available here. Walking through the jungle, it is a great place to visit with kids and even adults have a good time here.

2. Cleland Wildlife Park

If you want to witness animals in their own character and natural spaces, add Cleland Wildlife Park to your Adelaide holiday. Other than watching animals in full glory, you can pet Koalas and feed kangaroos here. And if you aren’t scared of reptiles, there’s a chance of holding them too.

3. Adelaide Botanical Garden

Feel close to nature at the 51-acre public garden located in Adelaide- one of its most popular attractions. Rich with history from the 80s in the form of the beautiful palm house that stands tall here, this place also has many other historic buildings. Rejuvenate here with picnics at the Adelaide Botanical Garden.

4. South Australian Museum

To truly understand the history of Adelaide or South Australia in general, visit the South Australian Museum. Adelaide packages often include a visit to this five-storey building, which has different galleries for people interested in paleontology and even fossils. Families particularly enjoy a visit to this place.

5. National Wine Center of Australia

An experience of its kind, the National Wine Center of Australia allows you time to see how authentic Australian wine is made. Other than exhibits telling people about fine grapes and the process of winemaking, you can visit the vineyard to step on the grapes that help in the process of making wine.

Things To Do

1. Visit the Rundle Mall

If you love shopping and also appreciate gorgeous architecture, Rundle Mall is your go-to place. Located in Adelaide’s main shopping street, this is Australia’s first pedestrian-only mall. The street on which it’s built dates back to the 19th century and it is believed that most buildings including this one were constructed then. You will find a lot of world-renowned and Australian home-grown brands here.

2. Take a boat tour at the River Torrens

Enjoy a Venetian-style gondola ride at the iconic River Torrens in Adelaide. When booking Adelaide vacation packages, your operator will be happy to accommodate this activity. There are cruises available too, which scream luxury perfectly complementing the beautiful scenery around. You may also spot some popular Adelaide sights such as the Adelaide Zoo or the Elder Park Rotunda.

3. Cycle around the Cobbler Creek Recreation Park

Rich in flora and fauna, this 256-hectare park is in the northern suburbs of Adelaide and is a lovely grassland. It is one of the most popular spots for mountain biking and has a stretch, 17 km long that bikers and walkers can enjoy. The birdlife will particularly intrigue you here.

4. Learn glass making and pottery at the Jam Factory

Learn the arts and crafts of the world at the Jam Factory, which has studios, shops, and exhibit galleries. There are a variety of workshops ranging from glass making and pottery to metal designing. It is a fascinating place for people passionate about art and there is a great chance you will meet some like-minded people here.

5. Take a historical tour of the North Terrace cultural precinct

A culturally rich precinct, the North Terrace has the Art Gallery of Southern Australia, the South Australian Museum, the University of Adelaide, and the State Library of Southern Australia. Learn about 19th century Australia with stunning buildings and lovely photo opportunities.

Tips For Booking Packages

  • Walking or taking the bus or tram is the best time to go around Adelaide.
  • Australia’s driving is also like India’s, so people also choose cars as a medium to go around. But driving around in a new country can be overwhelming, so it isn’t advised. 
  • If you book an Adelaide tour package, try to attend the Adelaide Fringe in February. It is one of the greatest art festivals.

If all this amazing information about the city has not compelled you to book an Adelaide tour package, we don’t know what will! Plan your next holiday now.