The city of Brisbane apart from being a busy and happening place is famous for having one of the most beautiful sand islands within its city limits. Just 40 kilometres offshore from the city and situated on the eastern side of the Moreton Bay is the ‘gem of South East Queensland’ Moreton Island. For the people living in and around Brisbane it used to be a quick week end gateway but that’s not the case anymore. With more and more people coming to know about the natural beauty of this sand island it has now become a major tour destination and everyday thousands of people can be found here exploring and enjoying the various facets of this fabulous destination. With the tourism sector developing into a multimillion dollar business there is no dearth of tour companies and travel operators. But these days most of the tourists have become travel savy and they try to zero in on a particular company that will give them the best possible deal and this is the reason why Sunset Safaris has become one of the most well-known and popular names in Moreton Island tourism. This company offers a huge range of travel, holiday and adventure packages to this exotic destination. They operate from Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and offer free pick up and drop services along with free room upgradation option with all package tours to Moreton Island.
The excitement Moreton Island Travel Packages starts from the very beginning as the tourists board the Mi Cat ferry for a cruise across the gorgeous Moreton Bay. This luxury liner has a well-stocked café and bar and so you can sit down and enjoy a drink, have a snack while waiting the ferry to reach Moreton Island. To take you around the sandy island the company have 4WD coaches with all forward facing seats and through the huge windows you can observe the passing landscapes. The entire island is filled with beautiful sites some of which are manmade and some are natural. Here you get to see the Tangalooma wrecks, light house and a museum where you will get to know about the aboriginal occupation and European settlement. The Cape Moreton light house was built way back in 1857 and still stands tall to remind the tourists about the by gone era. From Cape Moreton you can see a large number of marine animals like sharks, dolphins, turtles and manta rays swimming close to the beach. In the island you can see a lot of shell middens that is a testimony of aboriginal occupation and especially enjoyed by the young children and history buffs. For the snorkelling tour you will be taken to the shipwreck site where you will be amazed by the beauty of the marine park.
Well equipped with the latest snorkelling gears and life vests that is useful for the beginners you will soon be swimming along with the reef fishes, turtles and see the multihued corals. The activities will further include sand tobogganing, night kayaking and jumping into the cool and fizzy waters of the champagne pools. The accommodation options are plenty and if you want to stay close to nature that too with all comforts of a hotel room then you can try eco glamping. So get ready and enjoy an awesome Moreton Island Tour with the best tour operators in the area; Sunset Safaris.
For more details about Moreton Island Holiday Packages just move on www.sunsetsafaris.com.au
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