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3-Day Uluru and Kings Canyon Camping Experience from Alice Springs including Outback BBQ Dinner

From US$326.40
Highlights
  • Enjoy spectacular views of Uluru at sunrise, sunset, and on a base walk
  • Guided hikes take you to the best viewpoints of Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon
  • Sleep in a traditional swag or safari tent beneath the desert stars
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3-Day Uluru and Kings Canyon Camping Experience from Alice Springs including Outback BBQ Dinner
From US$326.40
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Overview
Australia’s Red Centre is the wild heart of the Aussie outback, but its vastness and remote location make it impossible to take in everything on a one day. With this multi-day tour, you explore farther afield and experience an unforgettable outback adventure. Camp out beneath the desert stars, trek to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and Kings Canyon, and watch sunrise and sunset over mystical Uluru.
What to Expect

Day 1: Alice Springs - Ayers Rock (L, D) 
After pickup from Alice Springs, arrive in Ayers Rock in time for lunch, then continue into Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park. 

In the afternoon, choose to either visit the Cultural Centre and Mutitjulu Waterhole with your guide; enjoy a self-guided hike along the Uluru Base Walk; or climb to the top of Uluru on a self-guided summit trek. 

Watch the sunset over Uluru, then transfer to the campsite and spend the night in a typical Aussie swag (bedroll) beneath the desert stars or a safari tent.

Day 2: Uluru Sunrise and Kata Tjuta - Kings Canyon (B, L, D) 
Start the day with a spectacular sunrise viewing at Uluru, then head to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) for a thrilling 3.5-mile (5.5-kilometer) hike through the Valley of the Winds. 

Spend the night at a campsite in Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon), including a traditional Aussie barbecue dinner.

Day 3: Kings Canyon and Mt Ebenezer - Alice Springs (B, L) 
Visit mighty Kings Canyon and hike around the canyon rim, stopping to admire the natural amphitheater, the Lost City, and the Garden of Eden.

Your tour ends back in Alice Springs.
Write a ReviewReviews (17)

1 - 5 of 11 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
The best way to see Uluru and the outback - end of

The Awesome Bits: 3 Day Uluru Camping Tour Visiting Uluru has been near the top my bucket list for years. The 3 day Emu Run tour seemed the best combined experience. Upsides 1) walking round Uluru at sunrise and hearing some of the indigenous tales...More

1  Thank Davidm1961
Emu Run E, Public Relations Manager at Emu Run Experience - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hi Davidm1961, Thank you for the very datailed commentary on the Uluru tour! Really appreciate this - we will gladly take into consideration all your suggestions. We are glad that you found it memorable and you were able to tick of one your bucketlist destinations!...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Transferred

We booked this tour and like others were transfered to another company - the other company informed me that Emu Run always transfer their 3 day tours to them. Their tents are of a lesser quality but you get what you pay for. Met some...More

1  Thank stevehe159
Emu Run E, Public Relations Manager at Emu Run Experience - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hi Stevehe159, Thank you for your review. Yes, our 3-day tours are run by our trusted partner company. We will take your comments into consideration, appreciate it that you brought it forward. Cheers, Emu Run Experience

Reviewed 12 April 2018
A not to be missed experienced.

The 3 days we spent will live in the memory with all three venues delivering in their own way.Uluru was pretty much as anticipated having read the history and background. Pity that we could not experience the climb supposedly too hot. I gather that this...More

1  Thank Peter L
Emu Run E, Public Relations Manager at Emu Run Experience - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 17 April 2018

Hi Peter, We are happy that you enjoyed yourself during your tour! Yes climbing will be stopped by this date. It is of course up to the person to climb if they indeed want to, however the Aborigines request visitors not to climb for religious...More

Reviewed 3 April 2018
Uluru as expected but Kings Canyon - wow

I debated which operator to use but settled on Emu (however was informed the day before its now operated by OTS) The itinerary was very good, the long drives broken up with occasional stops. Seeing the Olgas first was nice outback experience, the Uluru at...More

1  Thank Ben A
Emu Run E, Public Relations Manager at Emu Run Experience - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 17 April 2018

Hi Ben, Thank you for your trust in us! We would like to thank you for the great review and recommendation. Kings Canyon really is something else :) Hope to catch you again sometime! Cheers, Emu Run Experience

Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile
Unforgettable outback experience

The 3 days on this tour were simply more than stunning. Starting with a beautiful hike through Kata-Tjuta over sunset and sunrise at Uluru to an awesome morning at King's Canyon - this tour has it all. But the best part of our trip was...More

1  Thank Laurenz B
Emu Run E, Public Relations Manager at Emu Run Experience - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 28 March 2018

Hi Laurenz, We appreciate the great review for our service! Our tour guides are indeed very knolwedgeable and entertaining - we are happy to hear that you enjoyed your tour very well. Hope to see you again soon! Cheers, Emu Run Experience

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Mercure resort has a bar, restaurant, pool (? not heated) and a cardio room. Walking distance to town and a gift shop with better prices than town. Get an inner room away from the road. I had 2 rooms, one of which needed... More
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