Travel Forever Blog

Jun 2

Pinnacles magic

 

Hi,
My name is Chantel, I live Perth Western Australia. I took part in the “Pinnacles Magic” day tour on May the 30th, 2016.
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This tour is rated number one  on Trip Advisor :
We began our WA adventure north with an early start of 7.00am with a pick up from Perth’s YHA in the city centre.
I had the fantastic opportunity trying native aboriginal Bush tucker. Consisting of  Kanagroo meat and Emu. Native Australian plants such as bush tomatos and many different types of traditional Australian Chuckneys and Jams. We learnt about their culture and history at the Yanchep National Park. I got the chance to see magnificent Australian wildlife in their natural habitats; Kangaroos, Koalas and Native Birds.
Marielle our wonderful tour guide informed  us all along the way about the amazing Australian history and the religious spirits of the Aboriginal people.
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Our next stop we came to was the amazing Pinnacles in Cervantes, we had a look around at the amazing Sandstone rock Formations. Some large and small , differnt shapes and sizes.  Having Marielle our guide explaining the history of how these formations came about , was so fascinating.
We had a lovely filling lunch at the beach , buffet style lunch there were many varietys of different foods. There were also many snacks to have throughout the day.
Later we had a stopover in the coastal town of Lancelin and experienced the thrill sandboarding down Lancelin’s snow white dunes. it was a great way to end the tour.
Throughout the tour I felt very relaxed, the tour wasn’t rushed at all, we had personal time to walk around and explore by ourselves. It was beautiful day with lovely clear skies and beautiful sunshine. I learnt so many things about Australia and its history. I would most definitely recommend this tour
 to people who are visiting for holiday, or even people who are living in Perth to see a different side to WA, how beautiful it really is and at times we can really do take it for granted.