In the land Down Under, it seems that everything is a bit of a heart-racing adventure, and a four-day hike through the Arkaba Conservancy is no exception. Tucked away in the southern outback, the 60,000-acre private wildlife conservancy is set against the awe-inspiring framework of Flinder’s Range. And while it seems worlds away from civilization, in actuality it’s just a quick hopper flight away from Adelaide. During the excursion, days are spent trekking along Elder Range, crossing raging creeks and navigating through massive cypress pine forests. Once the sun sets, appreciate the enormity of Australia by sleeping beneath the stars. The hike can prove to be challenging, but perks like eco-toilets and bucket showers give it an authentic-yet-manageable feel. Book a small group tour with Original Travel, where their experienced guides will be able to sort all of the arrangements for an unforgettable adventure.
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