World’s Coolest Stuff

The premise on which traditional hop-on hop-off networks are based – that as travellers you have a lot of time, a fair bit of money and no particular plans – simply isn’t the case anymore.  This doesn’t mean that ‘flexible’ travel options still aren’t the best way to experience a destination – just that we had to rethink them for you.

Luckily our unique technology allows us to do this. Our big revelation is that a flexible transport network shouldn’t be focused of the transport – but the things that the flexibility allows you to break your journey to get involved in. That the cool stuff – local, authentic things – that really blow you away rarely feature on Trip Advisor and can’t be booked through Expedia as they aren’t ‘made for tourists’ and usually don’t exist in a bookable form.

We set to work on how we could provide a technology platform that allowed the listing and booking of the really cool stuff – and we set about actively hunting out unusual local stops and activities – working with the locals to make them ready to receive visitors.  Even better – we have opened this unique process up to all travellers allowing you to add content, see what other travellers are up to, as well as rate and review all the cool stuff.  It’s kind of a community meets Wikipedia combined with Tinder and all bookable while you are travelling.

With Loka we lead with the

World’s Coolest Stuff. We feature more unique local activities than any other travel option. A world-leading technology platform allows this to grow organically – fed both by our own crew and you, our customers.

Examples of just a handful of some of the World’s Coolest Stuff:
  • Meet a ‘true blue’ Aussie farmer and learn about the history of European settlement in the area at 
Barrington Tops New South Wales
  • Stay in a surf camp hosted by local surfers. Learn to surf and get amongst the laid back surf culture on the 
  • Aussie East Coast
  • Kayak through a
  • Marine Reserve to our remote bush camp.  Stay in tipis or a swag on the edge of the river.
  • Spend the night on a remote 
  • Cattle Station and camp under the stars.
  • Visit a sealife cultivation centre on stunning
  • Magnetic Island.
  • Camp in the rainforest hosted by a local Indigenous family, enjoy a guided interpretative walk and inner-tube trip learning the traditional stories about the river and rainforest environment.
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