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Enjoy a honeymoon full of action and adventure on Kangaroo Island

Couples who prefer action adventures to lying on a bright white beach should definitely consider Kangaroo Island South Australia for their honeymoon. The destination is home to some of the world’s most unique wildlife that cannot be seen anywhere else in the wild including the elusive Echidna and Glossy Black Cockatoo. Venture down to Seal Bay which is home to 600 Australian Sea lions and New Zealand Fur Seals.  Kangaroo Island Wilderness Tours offer personalised 4WD tours of the island, taking in the beautiful scenery and native wildlife. Many of the tour guides have lived on Kangaroo island all their lives and as such have an extensive knowledge and great passion for all things Kangaroo Island! With a maximum of just 6 passengers, you are guaranteed a good view and can easily interact with your tour guide who will be happy to answer any questions you may have. There are day tours available to book but if you would prefer to tailor make your tour, your tour guide will be happy to help. For such a special occasion, we would suggest hiring the vehicle exclusively, which gives you far more flexibility. If you are looking to add a touch of luxury to your stay, Seascape Lodge offers a fully hosted experience with stunning sea, beach and rural views from every room. The luxury hideaway, located at Emu Bay has a sense of exclusivity as it is only available to Kangaroo Island Wilderness Tour’s clients. Seascape Lodge has 3 spacious suites available which can accommodate up to 7 people per night. All rooms are of a modern and contemporary style, complete with all your home comforts. The three bedrooms boast en-suite bathrooms with pure rainwater showers, flat screen televisions and DVD players. Sitting out on the deck, guests can wonder at the stunning views of the commanding ocean, coast and rural landscape. Your hosts, Paul and Mandy Brown welcome you into their home for home cooked cuisine, award winning Kangaroo Island wines and fantastic hospitality. The dining experience is a major aspect of the trip. The evenings are spent in the company of your hosts who prepare a 3 course dinner, made from fresh island produce. Dishes include pan fried haloumi cheese, produced at Kangaroo Island’s sheep milking dairy and locally caught fresh seafood.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Telegraph.

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  1. I went to Kangaroo Island for day trip from Adelaide and it was awesome. I wish I would have spent a few days there. Highly recommended!

  2. This is great! I love the more exotic destinations like this. It is travelers like you that share experiences that can make travel more enjoyable for the true adventurers! Thanks for the post.

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