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

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  • 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
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3-Day Alice Springs to Alice Springs Tour Including Kings Canyon, Kata Tjuta and Uluru
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3-Day Alice Springs to Alice Springs Tour Including Kings Canyon, Kata Tjuta and Uluru
From US$272.19
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.
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.
Reviews (47)
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Reviewed 2 days ago
3 iconic sites close up

I have just got back from 3 days visiting these amazing places. Each location was different and really interesting. We saw sunrises both mornings and walking in the cool of the morning worked out well. We were the first group out on the Kings Canyon...More

Thank Louise M
Reviewed 2 days ago
It all depends on the guide

The tour takes you on a camping style adventure that is quite fun and different of the average. The places you visit are very impressive. Don't expect much comfort as you'll be sleeping in swags on the ground, but it makes the experience some more...More

Thank Noel A
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great tour in a beautiful place

I really enjoyed this tour. Everything was really well organized and arranged. Our tour guide Ewel took good care of the group and had a lot of interesting facts about the geology, local history and aboriginal significance and stories. Camping out in the swags was...More

Thank Evi S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
3 Days Uluru-Kings Canyon-Kata Tjuta

I usually never join guided tours, but this experience has just been amazing. The tour itself is great cause you get to see incredible sights and breathtaking lookouts. If you’re after a comfortable tour with great buffet with desserts and free drinks this is definitely...More

5  Thank gabry494
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Awesome experience!

Despite it was his last day as a tour guide I really look forward to having Connor again. What an amazing three days! He's really good at his job. Learned a lot and loved it. Keep up the good work. The only negative point was...More

Thank Ely F
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Response from Caity L | Reviewed this property |
To answer your question; I enjoyed the food, and I really appreciated the fact that our guide, Nicole, who had been driving and working ALL day, put effort into cooking us a delicious meal. I honestly didn't take notice of... More
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