About The Tour
Explore the magic of Uluru on this 3-day adventure that takes you to the heart of Australia’s Red Centre. On one of our Uluru Tours, you’ll get up close and personal with one of the country’s most iconic landmarks, discover the breath-taking landscape of Kings Canyon, and learn more about the fascinating cultural heritage that is so prevalent in the region.
Operates: Daily except Monday
Returns: approx. 6pm (Day 3)
Please note: this tour is only suitable for those passengers between the ages of 18 – 49 years of age.
What to Bring:
Personal water bottle, Deet based mosquito repellent, hat, swimmers, towel, comfortable walking shoes, lightweight clothing, long sleeves & pants for night, day pack to carry all of these items, camera, medications you may require and a sleeping bag. Bring your own sleeping bag or hire one from us for $20pp.
Day One (L/D)
Day one begins at 6am as we pick you up and make our way to Uluru. On and the way we enjoy a complimentary camel ride. Once we’ve had lunch, we’ll head straight to the Cultural Centre, where you can learn more about the wildlife and the local Aboriginal people in this part of Australia.
Afterwards, you’ll get to take a guided walk around the base of Uluru before watching the sunset behind this impressive monolith with bubbly and nibbles. We’ll head back to camp for a hearty dinner and then sleep under the stars.
Day Two (B/L/D)
Tuck into breakfast before watching the sunrise over Uluru. Soak up the beauty as the monolith turns from an inky shadow into a vibrant golden colour. We’ll then make our way to Kata Tjuta for a stroll through the Valley of the Winds. Then it’s time for lunch. After we’ve refueled, we’ll move on to Kings Creek Station, stopping on the way to enjoy the George Gill Range.
Once we’ve arrived, we’ll have a traditional Aussie BBQ dinner around the campfire before another night sleeping under the stars.
Day Three (B/L)
It’s another early start on day three as we take a walk around the breath-taking rim of Kings Canyon. We’ll check out the north and south walls, the Garden of Eden, and the Natural Amphitheatre. The tour comes to an end in Alice Springs in the late afternoon.
- Meals as indicated (vegetarian meals available)
- Glass of wine at Uluru Sunset
- National Park entry fees & camping Fees
- Cultural Centre admission
- All accommodation (camping under the stars)
- Free camel ride
- Alice Springs pick-up/drop-off
Please Note: Sleeping bags can be hired in advance of your tour date for an additional $20pp.