Sean Simmons Travel can cater to your more adventurous side.
Experience the adrenaline rush of the main stage at the world’s largest rodeo, test your mental strength and endurance by trekking to the pinnacle of Mount Kilimanjaro, or experience some our country’s native bush foods first hand on our Outback Foodie Adventure. These are just some examples of experiential travel that can teach you so much about YOU and how we coexist on this incredible planet.
Experiential travel is all about immersing yourself in the culture of another country, rather than watching it zip past you, through the window of a car!
Allow yourself to stay in a place just a little longer to truly savour the experience. Perhaps you’ll find yourself recognising the sweet smell of chocolate croissants baked fresh every morning from a small cafe in Brittany as you hop onto your bicycle to ride by the sea to have breakfast.
Get involved in learning the language, rent an apartment, learn the local history or learn to cook traditional cuisine. The level of interaction you have can surpass any encounter you have as an ordinary tourist.