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South Australia, Australia by Dennis Bunnik

Small Group Touring Philosophy - Better views

We don’t know about you, but here at Bunnik Tours, we’re tired of staring at the same four walls and can’t wait to have our peepers on exotic new landscapes!
Image by Dennis Bunnik

Small Group Touring Philosophy

Small groups have always been at the core of our touring philosophy as we know they create a better holiday experience.
Egypt by Dennis Bunnik

Small Group Touring Philosophy - More time with your tour guides

Like we always say, size matters! And in the world of small group touring, smaller is definitely better.

Dennis in Sri Lanka!

Dennis Bunnik recounts his first few days in Sri Lanka with our first group of Aussie travellers. After a nearly two year gap in international tours, to say he was excited is an understatement! 
Nile River by Marion Bunnik

Marion visits Egypt and Jordan!

At Bunnik Tours we like to have complete knowledge about the countries we visit. This is so we’re able to inform you about any situation that unfolds.
Split, Croatia by Jeremy van Heerde

Jewels of Dalmatia: My recount of the tour

Our Jewels of Dalmatia 21-day small group tour is truly an unforgettable travel experience. Follow along and hear from Teresa as she recounts her experience of the tour.
Gozo Island by Dennis Bunnik

Five Fast Facts on Malta

Located off the coast of Italy, in the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, lies Malta. A small island, in an archipelago of three; you’ll find this jewel of the Mediterranean packs a big punch!
Kangaroo Island by Dennis Bunnik

Bunnik's Favourite Coastal Experiences!

From beautiful city beaches and coastal hideaways, to sweeping sandy beaches; this inspiring country of ours, Australia, is surrounded by magnificent oceans offering ultimate animal encounters, breathtaking views & unique culinary experiences.
Meteora by Sacha Bunnik

Magical Meteora

The magical landscape of Meteora is located approximately a 5 hour drive inland from Athens, the capital of Greece. Meteora is a collection of monasteries that were built on sandstone cliffs and mountain tops. They feel as though they have been suspended in the air, just floating above the fertile farm lands of the Thessaly plains.