Adelaide Conservation Study Tour

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Adelaide Conservation Study Tour

HIGHLIGHTS

Opportunities to encounter native Australian animals such as kangaroos, koalas, lorikeets and emus at the famous Cleland Wildlife Park.

Program leaded by conservationist guides.

Experience and learn about coastal, marine, wetland, forest and urban ecosystems.

Undertake work within the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary – watch migratory shorebirds and other sea birds.

Participate in marine debris, wetland habitat restoration and animal survey activities.

Experience the famous Port River Dolphin Cruise – opportunity to see wild dolphins.

Visit Cleland Wildlife Sanctuary.

Study booklets created by CVA – support students’ learning experience.

CVA certificate of completion at the end of the program.


INCLUDED

4 nights Adelaide accommodation at a 4-star hotel. Twin share per room, ensuite bathrooms.

Three meals a day starting from lunch on Day1 to lunch on Day5.

Experienced CVA guides with a teaching or environmental background.

All activities and activities related transport.

Educational booklet.

Airport pick up and drop off.

Field activities and learning resources.

Cleland Wildlife Park entrance.

Port River Dolphin cruise ticket.

Group visa invitation letter available upon request.

Certificate of Participation

NOT INCLUDED

Travel to departure point – Adelaide airport or Adelaide city.

Breakfast day 1, dinner day 7.

Airfare, visa and passport charges.

Travel insurances.

Medical expenses.

Items of a personal nature.

Souvenirs and any additional tours or activities.

 

  • Day 1: Welcome

     

    Pick up from Adelaide Airport or Adelaide Central and transfer to your accommodation

    Tour Cleland Wildlife Park – opportunities to pat and feed kangaroos and see koalas up close!

    Return to accommodation for program overview and safety induction.

    Evening: Adelaide City Orientation Tour.

  • DAY 2: Marine Environment

    Early departure for Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary.

    Get to know migratory birds and experience bird watching with expert guest speakers.

    Participate in hands-on marine debris activity. Learn about the 3-Rs (reduce, reuse and recycle) while categorising picked up rubbish from the beach.

  • DAY 3: Wetland Environment

    Today we travel to a wetland known for the modern technology. You will learn about this important component of both natural and urban environments.

    Afterwards we get our hands dirty by doing more conservation tasks in order to improve the local wetland.

    Afternoon: Group Discussion – go through the booklet and recap what we learned in the past three days.

  • DAY 4: Forest & Urban Environment

    Experience a unique conservation park that was ‘saved’ from European settlers in the early 1900s. Study the resilience of forest ecosystems.

    Case studies on coexisting with nature in an urban environment. At the same time, do a simple wild koala survey count by using GPS.

    Afternoon: Group Discussion – prepare for tomorrow’s presentation.

  • DAY 5: Port River Dolphin Cruise & Departure

    Early morning student presentation. Followed by Certificate Ceremony.

    Pack up and depart for the Port River Dolphin Cruise.

    Estimate finish time to Adelaide City or Adelaide Airport is 4pm.

    Program finishes.

Like all of our exciting Educational Tour options, this tour offers participants a carefully crafted balance of learning elements (lessons, lectures, seminars, field study, etc), planned activities and excursions (cultural activities, mini-tours, sightseeing, etc) and free time for you to explore in your own way or to simply relax. This is what makes Worldaway Learning Tours so unique!

Here’s what you can expect on this tour*:

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*Breakdown provided for informational purposes only. Individual experiences may differ. 

Our ‘Start Dates’ represent the day that you should arrive into the country. This is officially the first day of the tour and is the day that the local guide has set aside to meet and collect the tour participants. To allow this to be a smooth process, we ask that you do your best to arrive in the morning of the official start day. If you’re having troubles finding a suitable flight, or if you are worried about your flight arrival time, let us know so that we can assist.

No. Flights are not included in the listed tour price. We have participants joining our tours from all around the world, and as such we believe that individuals can find the best deals on their own. Need some help finding flights? We can guide you to some great resources, so just ask.

*We strongly recommend that you only purchase flights once your tour has been confirmed.

Yes. It is important that you are covered in the event of something terrible (or just terribly annoying) happening. Whether it’s a last-minute flight change, losing your luggage, or falling ill while abroad, if you have proper travel insurance cover, you can sit back and enjoy the experience worry-free.

We believe that World Nomads is the best insurance provider for adventure travelers. Policies through World Nomads cover trip cancellation, medical emergencies, emergency evacuation, as well as lost, stolen or damaged personal belongings. Their policies are extremely competitive so get your free no obligation quote here!

It is each traveler’s responsibility to ensure they have the correct tourist entry visa/s and any necessary vaccinations. Both of these items depend on your own background – i.e. What passport are you travelling on? What vaccinations you have had previously? We can certainly help guide you through the process and have lots of great advice to give, so again, just ask.

Yes! While we welcome groups, families, couples and friends, our Learning Tours are also designed with individual travelers in mind. You’ll be part of a larger group which is made up of other intrepid travelers from all over the world. This is a great way to meet like-minded people and we’re sure you will make a few long-lasting friendships.

On most tours the minimum number of participants is 2 and maximum is 12. Group sizes vary at different times of the year, but generally speaking we will do our best to ensure there is at least 4 participants on each tour where possible.

In most cases, yes! There are some instances where tour participants will travel by foot, like walking a short distance between your accommodation and a learning or activity center for example, but for everything else, the transport is all arranged for you!

As mentioned above, flights, visas, insurance and vaccinations are not included – so these costs are additional to the listed tour price. In addition, you should consider the following:

  • Airport taxes and entry/departure fees (if not included in your flight ticket)
  • Additional food, drinks and snacks
  • Money for optional activities /excursions (where available)
  • Personal spending money (think souvenirs!)

The amount of additional money you may need is impossible for us to judge, and really does depend on your own spending habits, but if you have any questions about this, or want some help working out your budget, just let us know.

In most cases, no. Breakfast is often included at your accommodation, but lunches and dinners will be subject to the tour itinerary. As such, some are included, some are not, but this does of course provide a wonderful opportunity to try out the local cuisine for yourself.

Yes. It has become fairly common for tour participants to request special dietary provisions, so in most cases this can easily be catered for. If you have concerns about this though, let us know and we can discuss it with complete confidentiality.

Yes, absolutely! Free time is an important part of every tour. There is nothing more frustrating than having to follow a strict and unforgiving itinerary. Where possible, you will have free time to explore, partake in some of the local attractions and activities, or simply relax – it’s up to you!

Great! Simply follow the prompts on the ‘Book Now’ tab to secure your spot on this truly unique adventure. As soon as we receive your booking, we’ll get to work making sure everything is organized for you. It’s that easy!

Once you have completed the booking form you can secure your spot by paying a deposit of US$500. This is part of the total tour price and will be deducted from your final invoice. The balance needs to be paid 6 weeks prior to your tour start date. Don’t worry – we will send you a reminder when that time comes and an invoice which you can simply click and pay.

*If you wish to join a tour that is starting in less than 30 days, you will be prompted to pay the entire tour fee at the time of booking.

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5 Day Adelaide Conservation Study Tour

Inc. Experienced Conservation Guides!
US$ 2320
  • 4-Star Apartment Hotel in City Centre
  • Twin Share Rooms (w/ensuite bathrooms)
  • Visit Cleland Wildlife Sanctuary & Encounter Native Australian Animals
  • Undertake work within the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary!
  • Experience The Famous Port River Dolphin Cruise!
  • Educational Booklet, Field Activities & Learning Resources
  • 2 x Airport Transfers
  • including:
  • Accommodation, Meals, Daily Transportation & Excursions
  • Certificate of Completion

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