No hidden extras
Our tours include flights, all sightseeing, many meals and even taxes and tips where appropriate. Our ‘optional extras’ are based on special-interest activities that don’t always appeal to everyone, meaning things like hot air ballooning over the temples in Luxor or hiking a portion of the famous Inca Trail are truly optional.
A Bunnik Tour isn’t just about clocking up countries or ticking off major sights. Of course we’ll show you the famous attractions, but by staying an extra day here and there, and moving beyond the regular tourist areas, you’ll discover the real essence of the places we visit!
Walking is one of the best ways to really get to the essence of a destination, immerse yourself in local life and culture, and discover hidden gems that aren’t always on the tourist trail. We include some extended walking tours in our Europe itineraries which you can opt to take part in with your guide.
We like to mix our transportation up when we travel because we believe it makes for a better holiday. After all, anybody can give you a coach tour. For us it’s all about the experience!
Tipping made easy
Tipping is not part of everyday Australian life, so many of us feel unsure about when or how much to tip. However, tipping is expected in many of the countries we visit and often makes up a large part of peoples wages, so it’s important to get it right. That’s why we include it!
Breakfast is included daily along with group welcome and farewell dinners. We’ll also include some special dining experiences along the way and meals where it might otherwise be tricky to get it for yourself. We purposefully do not include all meals to allow you the opportunity to eat outside a hotel setting and really experience life as a local.
We include multi-night stops to give you time to breathe and take in your surrounds. It’s about finding that balance between making the most of your time away and recognising that you are on holidays and need the time to just ‘be’.
From a hotel housed within a cave in Matera to a Guatemala convent-turned-luxury motel, a Desert Camp in India’s Thar Desert to a luxuriously appointed dahabiya on the Nile River, if it’s worth the experience, we’ll include it.