You can use the GPS-activated voice tours for free as long as your phone is online, but that means you will have to pay roaming charges. If you pay to download the tours, you can use them offline, and save on the cost of roaming. We charge a small fee for downloading the offline features because we need to reimburse the tour guides and cover our development costs. Other features you can get for free include a map that works offline and free use of the 3D tour.
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Discover the ruins of the remote townships, which were subject to population clearance in the 19th century by the landlords, to make way for sheep. The tour will take you from the Pier on Eigg, to the townships of Upper and Lower Gruilin. See where the 14 Families remaining in Gruilin were cleared from in 1852, with all but three of these families heading to Nova Scotia.
En route to the cleared townships you will pass many historic sites, including an iron age fort, four windmills, part of the Eigg Electricity grid, The largest single piece of pitchstone in the UK, the Sgurr of Eigg.
The islands are alive with history, come and explore the cleared crofting townships of Gruilin, Isle of Eigg.
Tours included in this package:
- Central Auckland Walks
- Downtown Auckland Heritage Walk
- Midtown Auckland Heritage Walk
- Uptown Auckland Heritage Walk
- Auckland's Original Shoreline Walk
- Engineering Heritage of Auckland Northern Route
- Engineering Heritage of Auckland Southern Route
- North Shore Walks
- Takapuna - Milford Heritage Walk
- Northcote Point Heritage Trail
- Mount Eden Walks
- Mt Eden Village Walk
- Mt Eden Neighbourhood Walk
- Mount Eden Industrial Area Walk
- Eden Valley Shopping Centre Walk
- Writers' Walks
- Castor Bay Writers' Walk
- Stanley Bay Writers' Walk
- Devonport Writers' Walk
Once the application has been downloaded you can download just the tours you are interested in. It then works offline, which means that you can enjoy the tours without needing to connect to the internet. Perfect if you are traveling with a phone from overseas. All the walks work with your phones GPS so you will never get lost!
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The walking tours featured in this application will help you discover all the favourite tourist spots in Wellington; nature reserves, forests, farmlands and the rugged South Coast; landmarks and historic sites; public art and picturesque views.
Visit us for an authentic experience in the former Coroner's Court, City Morgue, and Autopsy Facilities of Vancouver.
Download this app for an exclusive audio and visual tour to accompany your visit!
Belgenny is at Camden in western Sydney and is one of Australia's earliest national treasures. It is part of the historic Camden Park property which began with a grant to John Macarthur in 1805. John and his wife Elizabeth played a key role in developing the Australian wool industry and the family established one of the first commercial vineyards in Australia.
Belgenny Farm comprises the oldest surviving group of farm buildings in Australia, including the site where John Macarthur spent his final years.
All you need to know about the touring route is right here. We have ELEVEN major public artworks making the touring route the largest art gallery in the world. We have 47 information panels all the way along the route that tell our stories. History comes alive as you drive.
As you cross the Darling, Lachlan, Edward, Murrumbidgee or Murray rivers, take the time to throw a line in or go for a paddle. A wealth of wildlife and majestic scenery welcomes you at every stop.
Take the quite road to the Outback.
אפליקציה יעודית לטיולים מחושמלים בירושלים בעזרת מכשיר הסמארטפון שלכם, אתם יוצאים למסע מרתק ועצמאי ברחבי ירושלים , סיפורים מרתקים בנקודות עניין ברחבי העיר , אל חשש, תוכנת הניווט בעזרץ GPS תעזור לכם לנווט ברחובות העיר בקלות ובדיוק רב.
בחרו את המסלול הרצוי, הורידו אותו בחינם ,התניעו את האופניים החשמליים וצאו לדרך!!!
dLux MediaArts is one of Australia's key screen and media arts organisations, committed to supporting the development, engagement and experience of contemporary screen and digital media culture.
Our program and activities include research into emerging technologies and media arts practices, partnership development between public and private sector, curation and touring of digital media arts exhibitions and digital skills development.
Our self-guided walking tour Apps have been designed to support dLux MediaArts' skills development and knowledge sharing programs across both metropolitan and regional Australia.
Tours in this series reflect our integrated tailor made workshops as a platform for skills development and knowledge sharing.
This collection of walks are some of the most interesting and diverse walks available. The varied landscape of them all is breathtaking and uplifting. They are not only pleasurable to undertake but have a rich educational component of history, heritage and conservation as well.
The walks range from the ancient rainforest of the World Heritage Daintree (Mossman Gorge) in the north to near-by glamorous Port Douglas, tropical Cairns and then further south to the coastal walks of Lennox Head and Port Macquarie. Continuing down the east coast, south of Sydney at Batemans Bay are walks with majestic gum trees contrasting with cliff top Banksias to estuarine mangroves and historic villages with the odd Grey Kangaroo thrown in for good measure. Tasmania features for the first time as part of Australian Short Walks with the recently compiled maritime precinct of Hobart researched after visiting on a cruise liner the "Dawn Princess".
There is something for everyone here and almost, without knowing it, fitness opportunities as a bonus.
Come to our Township of Rideau Lakes by any of many modes. Ply the Rideau Canal that links the Ottawa River with the St. Lawrence. You may choose to explore this truly unique waterway from spring break-up to fall freeze-up. Come solo by kayak or duo by canoe or you may opt for the leisure of cruising and dining with fellow travelers on a luxurious canal vessel. Or you may venture aboard just about any vintage and style of craft and cruise the rustic locks and scenic lakes of the Rideau. From here you may travel beyond to the seas and oceans of the world if you wish. Touch down at the Township airstrip to feast and fellowship at a regular Fly-in Breakfast. You might hike the rugged Rideau Trail from the Ottawa Valley to the St. Lawrence amidst the grandeur of autumn colour. From Canada’s sea and sea and shining sea, you might steer your snowmobile onto the Cataraqui Trail. You may venture to our “Keystone of the Rideau” by road. We’re just a few hours from Toronto or Montreal and mere tens of minutes from the historic towns of Perth and Brockville.
Amble through our heritage villages, “Walking Tour” in hand. Take a sunny Sunday afternoon drive along our highways and by-ways with our “Driving Tour” in navigator’s hand. Or take your bikes off the rack and enjoy a day, even several days exploring our scenic country lanes, “Cycle Tour” at hand. Inns, B. & Bs, fast foods and fine dining, they’re all here. Appreciate the incredible diversity of nature and culture that you will find here in Rideau Country. Maybe it’s an opening-day of fishing on any of the gems of the Rideau’s necklace of lakes. Maybe it’s camping at Lower Beverley Lake Park. Maybe it’s golfing on the rolling greens of summer near Lombardy or Westport, browsing for presents in village shops in Elgin or reveling at Delta’s Country Christmas. Maybe your thing is speed skating on the Big Rideau Lake at Portland’s “Skate-the-Lake” or “mushing” your team at Newboro’s Dog Sled Race. Whatever your interests, you will find myriad reasons through all seasons to come back to the Township of Rideau Lakes. Enjoy “An Experience to Remember” here at the height-of-land, the central diadem in a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a National Geographic Destination, the Keystone of the Rideau.
Wild Bill will teach you the history of Texas, and take you on a tour of the real Alamo battlefield and show you the locations of key events of the battle. You will walk the grounds of the whole Alamo fort not just the Chapel and Long Barracks. Bill will help you decipher the fort as it is now layed out by different color cobble stones and small brass markers that few who live here even know exist.
Then off to see a reconstructed original San Antonio 1880s bar and saloon where you will hear the tale of the most famous gunfight in San Antonio history. Then to the plazas and the sites of gunfights, Indian battles, lynchings,Spanish attrocities, Civil War sites, and the famed Redlight district and much much more.
The app has history, details, routes, photos and more for New Zealand's Great Walks:
* Abel Tasman Coast Track
* Heaphy Track
* Kepler Track
* Lake Waikaremoana
* Milford Track
* Rakiura Track
* Routeburn Track
* Tongariro Northern Circuit
* Whanganui Journey
We also include a guide to New Zealand birds including audio of their birdcalls.