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3-Day Alice Springs to Alice Springs Tour Including Kings Canyon, Kata Tjuta and Uluru

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Overview
Get an authentic experience of Australia's Red Centre on this 3-day outback tour from Alice Springs. Planning an independent outback trip can be tough, so leave the planning and itinerary to a guide. Sleep under the stars, try typical Aussie bush food, and learn about Aboriginal culture on a guided walk. Explore area highlights such as the Valley of the Winds, Kings Canyon, and the UNESCO-listed Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
Highlights
  • Two nights' camping in the outback with all details arranged
  • Most meals provided, consisting of traditional Australian bush food
  • In-depth lessons on Aboriginal culture and folklore
  • Hikes around the area’s highlights: Kata Tjuta, Uluru, and Kings Canyon
What to Expect
Roll out of bed for early morning pickup at your Alice Springs hotel, where you'll meet your guide and group.You’ll only need to pack 3-days’ worth of clothing and a water bottle, as all food and camping logistics will be handled. Relax on the drive into the outback, knowing that the logistics and details have been worked out ahead of time. Arrive at Kings Canyon for a 3-hour hike around the site's sandstone domes, culminating in a swim at the Garden of Eden. Head for Curtin Springs, where you'll set up your evening's bush camp; enjoy a bush-style dinner and sleep out under the stars. Day two includes hikes through the Valley of the Winds and Kata Tjuta, tales about the Dreamtime at the Aboriginal Cultural Centre, and sunset over Uluru. After an overnight stay at the Ayers Rock Campground, wake to watch the sunrise over Uluru, then head out for a base walk and camel ride before heading back to civilization in Alice Springs.
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Important Information
Departure Point
Any Alice Springs Hotel/Motel, Hostel or Campground
Departure Time
6:00 AM
Duration
3 days
Return Details
We return to Alice Springs on day 3 at 5pm.
Inclusions
  • 2 nights camping in the Outback under the stars in a swag
  • Small-group tour - we take a maximum of 21 people tour
  • Transport by air-conditioned bus
  • Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
  • Local guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
Exclusions
  • The listed price does not include a $25 Uluru parking fee, payable at the time of tour check-in.
  • Sleeping bags can be hired for $20 for the tour
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Additional Info
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Please bring a small bag, sturdy walking shoes, a torch, a hat, sunscreen, 2 water bottles, towel, swimmers, toiletries, camera and sunglasses. Warm clothes for the winter and comfortable light fitting clothes for the summer
Cancellation Policy
If you cancel at least 7 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee. If you cancel within 2 days of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
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It was fun-filled packed camping trip from Alice Springs to Uluru and back again. The hikes are a little bit more tedious and may not be for young children or the elderly. There was no showers and toilets for the first night. Peeing in the bushes in the dark under the night sky
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This tour was really amazing and we did a loooot of things during those 3 days. Jordan and Riley were great and shared with us interesting facts/stories about aboriginal culture. Vegetarian options available and so muuuuch food, OMG. I don't want to spoil everything but this was
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Amazing trip!! Uluru has been on my bucket list for a long time so I had high expectations. I’d not camped before so I was slightly apprehensive but I had the most incredible experience that I wish I could do all over again! Not only was the scenery spectacular (Uluru and the
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Let me start by saying Uluru and surrounding areas are magnificent and well worth the visit, I would just choose a different company. I didn’t really appreciate our guide Mishka’s bad language, just too much too often. Given that you are constantly active, in my opinion there
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Uluru is a beautiful and spiritual place, one of the highlights of your visit to Australia. Which is the reason why you shouldn't go with the Rock Tours, as they will make your experience mediocre. Maybe I just had a bad tour guide, but I think that says a lot about the company
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