The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their young son Prince George are ready to embark on a 10-day royal visit Down Under. You may have heard royals have recently hired a full time nanny to attend the baby prince 24 hours a day. VeryFirstTo and tour operator Bridge & Wickers has put together a full-length luxury tour package, the “Royal” Australian Tour that will take you to places royals are scheduled to visit plus additional destinations.
This is an occasion for well-heeled Brits and others to enjoy a month-long tour that offers exclusive access to Australia’s must see destinations. Wonderful experiences in the itinerary include a performance at the Sydney Opera House, a private guided ‘walkabouts’ in the oldest rainforests, never to be missed great Aussie Outback and the sacred Aboriginal lands in Crocodile Dundee’s Kakadu National Park.
You will be staying not only at best hotels in Australia, but in the finest suites as well. Long list of places include the Longitude 131 near Ayers Rock (where Charles and Diana posed with baby William in 1983,) Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef, at the Park Hyatt overlooking Sydney Harbour, Wolgan Valley in the Blue Mountains, The Louise in the Barossa Valley, Southern Ocean Lodge on Kangaroo Island and Saffire Freycinet on the coast of Tasmania.
It is not just visiting different places, you get to experience the best Australia has to offer in the culinary world. You’ll dine in iconic restaurants such as Tetsuya’s, Icebergs and Marque in Sydney. There are also other exploits to enjoy such as wine tasting and spa treatments. Also on the card is a visit to Sydney’s Taronga Zoo, where the Royal party will visit the Bilby enclosure which is being named after Prince George.
Entire tour costs £341,000 ($571,110/ €411,900) per couple. Included in the cost are first class travel from Heathrow to Australia, airport transfers, chauffeured limousines, accommodation and more. Few pleasant extras for babies available as part of the package include Tiffany & Co. Baby Cup (£385/ $644), Prada Baby Bag (£780.33/ $1305) and Mathis Riiber at ulubulu Diamond and White Gold Pacifier ( £10,200/ $17,000).
As VeryFirstTo notes you get the royal treatment without having to do things royals do, like cutting ribbons and kissing sticky faced babies (ok, they didn’t say sticky faced babies.)