From his homebase in Adelaide, Kluska orchestrates off-the-beaten-path itineraries that feature outback ranches and lodges, wildlife encounters, and such natural wonders as the Great Barrier Reef. A recent cross-country, three-week journey for a party of six included a visit to the research site of the Nilpena fossil fields, an Indigenous arts and culture tour of Bathurst Island, and a waterfall excursion to Lorella Springs Wilderness Park.
"The largest travel trend we have seen is clients exploring regional areas in more depth" Kluska notes, "with particular interest towards the ancient, rugged, and cultural Northern Territory and the Kimberley region of Western Australia, into the pristine wilderness of outback South Australia, and off the mainland into the lesser-known, wild regions of Tasmania." Kluska can balance out all the wilderness adventures with access to top-tier cultural experiences at landmarks in cities and stays at such luxurious properties as Bullo River Station in the Northern Territory.
Kluska also points out that his clients are increasingly drawn to authentic experiences that foster meaningful interaction —like a privately-led tour of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art and Material Cultures collection in South Australia, led by the Nukunu curator.
ADDITIONAL SPECIALTIES: Fiji
Languages Spoken: English
Minimum Daily Spend: From $1,000 per person per day
Trip Planning Fees: Initial one-hour free consultation, then a commitment deposit of minimum USD $1,500 for 2 people. This commitment deposit is fully-deductible from the price of the trip.
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