Alice Springs Tours

Between the cities of Darwin and Adelaide, lays Alice Springs. If you are looking for the real Australian Outback, Alice Springs is for you. Alice Springs is jam-packed with striking landscapes, wildlife a plenty, and incredible Indigenous culture. Alice Springs is Australia’s remote desert region, renowned for its amazing red and long stretched landscapes, almost never-ending. It’s most unique attraction is the culture and history of the Aboriginal people of Australia. The art and history express the connection between the land and the Aboriginal people, spiritual significance. Enjoy the beautiful landscape, spot some native critters, and take plenty of photos as you venture on our Alice Springs Tours.

Best Alice Springs Day Tours and Trips

Of course, the main reason everyone visits Alice Springs is to visit that famous monolith Uluru. We have Alice Springs day tours that will take you to see Uluru and return you to Alice in the evening. It’s the best way to see Uluru from Alice Springs if you are short of time. The Alice Springs day tour to Uluru includes sunset at the Rock, so you can be witness to the amazing changing of colours that occurs as the sun sinks.

If you have a bit more time to explore the stunning Red Centre, join our 3 Day Uluru Tour from Alice Springs. This three day tour from Alice Springs takes you to discover the beauty of Uluru, camping out under the stars for two nights, and returning to Alice on day three. You’ll also get to explore other amazing sights in the area including Kings Canyon, Walpa Gorge and Kata Tjuta.

Experience Our Multi-day Alice Spring Tours from Darwin and Adelaide

If you are interested in travelling between Darwin and Alice Springs, our Alice Springs tours are perfect for you. Our 2 Day Alice Springs – Darwin tours either arrive or depart in Darwin, creating the travel between these two locations an adventure. Why fly when you can tour? Discover the amazing culture and history of this area, including the unique rock formations in the middle of the outback. Make sure you bring your swimming gear, as with the Australian heat, water activities are a must. The Alice Springs tours to Darwin include water activities such as the Mataranka Hot Springs and Edith Falls, suitable for any traveller.

Going the other direction, why not journey to or from Adelaide when touring the marvellous sights of Alice Springs. Departing or arriving in Adelaide will give you an opportunity to enjoy an Alice springs day trip regardless. These tours let you experience the diverse and eclectic landscape that makes this part of Australia so magnificent and surreal. A great attraction for these tours include the iconic landscape Uluru. A once in a lifetime experience by getting up close and personal to this incredible natural sight.