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|Prices From||$420 |
$395 + $25 levy
|Meals||2 x Dinner, 2 x Lunch, 1 x Breakfast|
|Group Size||24 People|
|Starts||Alice Springs, Outback Pioneer and Ayers Rock Airport|
Check out all the amazing sites that Outback Australia is famous for on this awesome 3 day adventure tour! See the amazing Uluru at both sunrise and sunset, learn about ancient aboriginal Australian culture and check out some stunning art works at the Ebenezer Roadhouse. You will also get to see the famed Olgas at Kata Tjuta, marvel at the size of Mt Connor and explore the awesome Kings Canyon!
Day 1: Alice Springs to Uluru
It’s an early rise if you are joining us in Alice Springs where you will make the journey to Ayers Rock where we will meet our fellow travellers joining us there. This afternoon embark on an interpretive base walk of Uluru. The Cultural Centre is impressive and well worth a visit before watching the ever-changing colours of Uluru at sunset. After dinner, some stories and stargazing, it’s time for a good night’s rest at our private campsite before another active day tomorrow. *Lunch on Day 1 is only included for passengers beginning their tour in Alice Springs. Passengers starting in Ayers Rock will need to have eaten prior to pick up.
Meal(s) included: Lunch, Dinner
Day 2: Uluru to Kings Creek Station via Kata Tjuta
Your guide will wake you bright and early to experience a mesmerising Uluru sunrise, early mornings being such a magical time in the desert. Then it’s a short drive to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), an Aboriginal word for “many heads”, to explore its domes of which there are 36 in total. Pull on your hiking boots and take the Valley of the Winds walk through creek beds, domes and beautiful wilderness. After lunch, it’s farewell to Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park as we travel to Kings Creek Station to spend the night at our private camp.
Meal(s) included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 3: Kings Creek Station to Alice Springs via Kings Canyon
This morning we enter the Watarrka (Kings Canyon) National Park, home of a mighty chasm with sheer red rock faces which soar over 100 metres above lush palm forests. The rim of Kings Canyon is a 6km round trip walk and you will visit the Amphitheatre, Lost City and tranquil Garden of Eden. After our final meal together we begin our journey back to Alice Springs arriving in the early evening.
Meal(s) included: Breakfast, Lunch
Departs: Daily (except January 1)
Returns: Day 3
Note: Those booking the 15.10 pick up from AYQ Airport will not have time to complete a full base walk of Uluru and will miss the Cultural Centre visit. A shorter walk of Uluru is still possible when arriving at this time.
Customers are required to pay their $25 per person National Park Fee via credit card when reconfirming their tour.
Customers must bring their own sleeping bag or hire one for a $30 local payment. Tents are not included and swags are provided as standard. Customers wishing to sleep in a tent will be required to pay a $60 per person local payment. Both items must be pre-booked.
Camel ride is optional and at own expense and is available only to those starting in Alice Springs
Those with specific dietary requirements may need to bring food supplements and snacks. Please inform us of dietary requirements at time of booking and confirm details with reservations when reconfirming tour.
Is this tour right for you?
Budget Adventure tours are designed for those on a budget and aimed at youthful, fun-loving travellers. These safaris are restricted to the 18-40 age group and travel in air-conditioned minibuses in the Red Centre / Uluru. While more basic in nature, these safaris offer some private camps and in the Red Centre, you will swag under the stars, with tents available for hire for an additional fee. Group participation makes up a lot of this trip, so you'll be required to help with preparation of meals and cleaning up. These are the kind of tasks that bring a group closer together.
A swag, often used in the outback is like a giant sleeping bag which props up off the ground to give plenty of room and head space inside. It has 2 entry points, a very tough mosquito net to ensure your sleep will be undisturbed and a dense foam mattress. The double zip vents will keep the air flowing on warm nights and you can leave one of them open if you wish to look at the stars.
What to bring:
Torch, wide brimmed hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, water bottle (1.5 litres), walking shoes/boots, sleeping bag (or can be hired for $30), toiletries, swim wear, towel, camera, comfortable and casual clothing for 3 days.