Last Updated: 7th Jun 2012
Reverse tours are tours that operate their itineraries in both directions.
For example, the Aussie Explorer tour begins in Sydney and finishes in Darwin. You can however you can choose to take the tour in reverse, start Darwin and finish in Sydney.
Reverse tours visit all the same places as their ‘forwards’ counterparts, just in the reverse order.
You can often save on the cost of a tour by choosing to take the reverse option.
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Why are the reverse tours cheaper? Is there any disadvantage?