Published: 28 February 2019 by: The H4C Team
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Take to the skies for a once-in-a-lifetime outback adventure with Frontiers International Travel

Get your fill of adventure and romance with this exciting new offering from Frontiers International Travel. Sure to make for amazing memories, the group is inviting couples to enjoy an exclusive photographic safari across the Australian outback by private jet. 

With stops at the Flinders Rangers, Red Centre, Uluru, The Kimberley and Arnham Land, the 14-day journey will include some seriously spectacular destinations. Hosted by professional photographer Ewen Bell (whose work can be seen in National Geographic Traveler, Luxury Travel and Geo Saison), the all-inclusive tour is ideal for those wanting to get skilled-up on taking the perfect shot. 

The 14-day tour includes one-on-one help from an acclaimed photographer

Bell says Frontiers' latest offering is sure to be one for the bucket-list. "Few people are fortunate enough to see this much of Australia, let alone in the space of just two weeks," says Bell. "This is a remarkable journey for anyone who loves photography and wants to immerse themselves in the wide open spaces of the Outback and beyond."

The tour is scheduled for June 20 to July 3 and includes outstanding experiences like helicopter photoshoots at Uluru and Purnululu National Park, exploring and photographing a 200,000-acre cattle station, and visiting the Warlukurlangu Artists in Yuendumu. There'll also be stays in luxury hotels, remote lodges and tent camps. Prices start at $12,275 per person. 

Highlights of the tour include helicopter shoots at Uluru and Purnululu National Park

To find out more about Frontiers new tour or to book, visit the travel group's website here

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