Enjoy the freedom of your own motorhome along the south coast of Australia. A rich wildlife, fantastic nature and charming towns await you. Finish with a relaxing holiday on one of Thailand’s white, beautiful beaches.
The journey begins with a soft start in Adelaide. Here you pick up your motorhome after a couple of days and then continue along the south coast of Australia to Sydney. Enjoy the trip – the motorhome is with you for 14 days and you have plenty of time. The drive ends with four nights in fantastic Sydney. Australia is a country located in Oceania according to aceinland.
After three weeks full of adventures in fantastic Australia, you head to Thailand where a sun holiday is on the agenda. Here you will spend a few days in Bangkok before heading to Koh Kood where you will stay for a full 5 nights. at Koh Kood Beach Resort. Here you will find chalk-white sandy beaches and a clear blue sea to swim in.
You end with a night in Bangkok before you travel back to Sweden. All in all, this is a family trip with a focus on experiences and relaxation, at a comfortable pace.
Day 1: Departure by flight from Scandinavia
Today the trip departs from Scandinavia. The trip to Australia takes about 25 hours and you will therefore spend the first night of your trip traveling halfway around the world.
Day 2-3: Arrival in Adelaide and time on your own
After a long flight, you arrive in Adelaide late at night. To make it easy and convenient, we have booked the first two nights in a centrally located hotel in the city. You can get there yourself, with the airport not far from the center. Use the whole day in Adelaide to experience the city, either on foot, or on the city’s bicycles, which you will find in several places in the city center. The beaches of Adelaide are also within easy reach of the city center and are quiet and child-friendly.
Day 4–16: From Adelaide to Sydney by motorhome
Today you pick up your motorhome and head for Sydney. Just on this stretch along the south coast of Australia, there is a wealth of experiences for all ages. Since you have free kilometers and a full 14 days to travel, you can choose where and when you want to stay, but we will of course help and give advice on what you can see. Below you will find some of our absolute favorites on the route between Adelaide and Sydney: Drive north of Adelaide and taste the good wine in the Barossa Valley Spend a few days on Kangaroo Island, which is a paradise for animal lovers Have lunch in the cozy coastal village of Port Fairy Experience nature and wildlife in the Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve Visit the open-air museum Sovereign Hill, where you can see what everyday life looked like during the gold rush of the 1850s. The children can dig for gold and you can visit the local blacksmith and the mines etc. located between Wollongong and Sydney Drive along the impressive Sea Cliff Bridge in the same area Hiking in the Blue Mountains As you can see, there are plenty of fantastic experiences waiting for you along Australia’s south coast. Moreover, this is just a selection of them.
Day 17-20: Delivery of motorhome and Sydney on your own
Today you leave the motorhome in Sydney and take yourself on your own to the hotel in the city center. In Sydney there are a lot of experiences to choose from. You can visit the world-famous Bondi Beach, the Opera House, the Sydney Aquarium and the IMAX cinema at Darling Harbor. You can also sail across the bay and visit the Taronga Zoo, feed the birds in the botanical garden, see wild dolphins on the Coastal Walk from Bondi Beach to Coogee Beach and much more.
Day 21: Departure from Sydney and arrival in Bangkok
Today you depart from Australia and arrive in Thailand, the same day as you fly back in time. Upon arrival in Bangkok, airport pick-up and transfer to your hotel will be arranged, where you will spend the next two nights.
Day 22: On a voyage of discovery in Bangkok
One of the best ways to experience Bangkok is by taking a tour of the small canals (klonger) with a longtail boat. We have arranged a tour that takes you to the “back” of Bangkok, where you see local life up close and visit places in the city that you would not otherwise see. A klong tour is a good way to experience Bangkok’s many contrasts. The rest of the day is spent on your own. ( F )
Day 23: From Bangkok to Koh Kood
You will be picked up at your hotel and driven from Bangkok to Koh Kood, where you will spend the next five nights. The journey takes about six hours by minibus and ferry. Upon arrival in Koh Kood you will stay in Koh Kood Beach Resort in a Bali Bungalow, which can accommodate four people. ( F )
Day 24–27: Koh Kood on your own
Welcome to the paradise island of Koh Kood. You spend the days here on your own and you can enjoy on the white sandy beach, in the pool or with a leisurely walk around the island, which is mainly covered by rainforest. Although there are roads on the island, there is no public transport, so if you want to go on a longer sightseeing tour, you can consider renting small scooters. ( F )
Day 28: From Koh Kood back to Bangkok
Today, transport back to Bangkok has been arranged. We always recommend one last night in Bangkok before traveling back to Sweden. This is to avoid that you do not have time for your flight, as the journey from Koh Kood to Bangkok takes about six hours. You arrive at your hotel in the evening and can go out into the city and have dinner at a restaurant, or taste the delicious street food available in Bangkok. ( F )
Day 29: Last day in Bangkok and return to Sweden
Use the last full day in Bangkok for some last-minute shopping, or a trip to sights you didn’t have time for during your first days in the city. Late in the evening it’s time to go to the airport to go home to Sweden. ( F )
Day 30: Arrival in Scandinavia
Two nights at a hotel in Adelaide
Thirteen nights at a camper
Four nights at a hotel in Sydney
Three nights at a hotel in Bangkok
Five nights at a hotel on Koh Kood