How come there's no Australia or New Zealand trips :(

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Re: How come there's no Australia or New Zealand trips :(

Postby ballu » Fri Nov 30, 2012 4:33 pm

I believe they've removed the YOLO age limits...popular with 18-30-somethings, but not restricted to that age group.
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Re: How come there's no Australia or New Zealand trips :(

Postby collywobbles » Sat Dec 01, 2012 10:15 am

Hi ballu

Yes I believe they have lifted the age restriction they may need to update website as they are still showing up as Yolo trips. And for anybody new to the website that might put them off :)

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Another trip to add to my wishlist :D
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Re: How come there's no Australia or New Zealand trips :(

Postby theeighthoursblog » Mon Feb 23, 2015 9:32 am

Honestly do it yourself is the best option for Aus. Theres no need to pay god knows how much for a trip that you can sort yourslef for minimal hassle and half the price.
Be wary of places like Peterpans etc, they charge alot more than if you went direct with the company.

And at the end of the day thats half the fun and adventure in doing it yourself.
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