AAT Kings releases its 2021/2022 program with new domestic trips

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AAT Kings has launched its 2021/2022 program, with two new itineraries, new stringent wellbeing protocols and an array of exclusive experiences. The company has designed its two newest trips around the wants and desires of prospective travellers.

These new wellbeing protocols include onboard and on-trip hygiene measures, on-road protocols, training of travel directors and drivers, 24/7 support, as well as changes to air conditioning to ensure air is replaced every 15 minutes and the maintenance of social distancing measures.

AAT Kings’ research has shown that 56 per cent of prospective travellers want to see the Northern Territory, and 34 per cent want to visit Western Australia.

The Wildflower Wanderer: This seven-day trip features the beauty of Western Australia’s wildflowers in bloom. Guided by an expert travel director, you will explore wildflower hotspots including the coastal town of Geraldton, Perth’s Kings Park botanical gardens and Kalbarri National Park’s Murchison River. You’ll also get to see the iconic Pinnacles and explore Hutt Lagoon and the famous pink lake.

Northern Territory Explorer: This 11-day trip will take you on a culturally immersive adventure through the natural wonders of the Northern Territory. You’ll see Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Katherine and Kakadu, as well as the gorges, waterfalls and wildlife the Top End is so famous for.

“We’ve remained steadfast in ensuring our agents have all the tools to guarantee their clients feel confident in booking with us, to visit the places they really want to go. Together with our early bird discount, $99 deposit offer and new and heightened wellbeing protocols, we have never been more ready to bring domestic travel back to life and make it better than ever,” said Matthew Cameron-Smith, CEO of AAT Kings Group.

If you’ve been considering booking a trip in advance, now may be the time. AAT Kings is offering a $99 per person deposit offer, giving guests 30 days to change their minds, as well as a 10 per cent eearly bird discount on selected trips.

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Written by livga


Total Comments: 2
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    Happy to have seen WA and the NT 39 years ago when we had the old names for places and not newly created political names. If you have not been there please do go – sure it is not a cheap holiday but you are providing an income for fellow Aussies.



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