Kings Canyon & Uluru 2 Day Tour
"The perfect 2 day accommodated adventure - departs Alice Springs or join Yulara (Uluru) at midday"
An ideal accommodated combination with accommodation upgrades available on request.
For Accommodation upgrades please book the 2 Day Tour with standard inclusions and note in the comments section at the end of the booking your upgrade request.
This additional charge will be added to your itinerary by Alice Wanderer and revised tickets issued on confirmation of room availability
Pick up from your accommodation around 6.00 am then travel south from Alice Springs leaving the West MacDonnell Ranges behind along the South Stuart Highway. Stop along the way for an included breakfast then continue onto Atila (Mt. Conner) lookout for morning tea . Travel onto Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park. Do a base tour of Uluru and guided walk to Mutitjulu Waterhole where you can view Aboriginal rock paintings. Visit the Uluru Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre and enjoy a picnic lunch while learning more about Tjukurpa (law) of the Anangu people. Visit Kata Tjuta, with plenty of time to a walk between the massive domes at Walpa Gorge. Travel back to the Uluru sunset viewing area to the changing colours of Uluru while sipping complimentary wine or juice and sunset nibbles.
After sunset return to the Outback Pioneer Lodge to experience the renowned Self Cook Outback BBQ and a night of Outback Entertainment. Tonights accommodation is in 4 bed share dorms with the option to upgrade to private twin share or single supplement rooms.
(Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner - Uluru Entry - Dorm Accomodation)
Up early we leave Uluru to begin the beautiful drive through the Australian Outback to Kings Canyon. Along the way stop for a light breakfast and a morning cup of tea or coffee before continuing the journey to The Canyon. Here your guide will take you on a 3 hour guided walk around the awesome Rim Walk or for the less adventurous theres the Canyon Creek Walk. Sit in the Amphitheatre, Discover the Garden of Eden and marvel at the shear North and South Walls while you hear about the geological evolution of the area - Watarrka. A wholesome picnic lunch on the rim of the canyon is perfect way to have some quiet time on this spectacular walk or to ask your guide some more questions.
The afternoon drive back to Alice Springs stops at local road houses, arriving back to Alice around 6.30 pm with plenty of time to catch up with new friends and to plan your next adventure !
(Breakfast - Lunch - Guide)