3 Day Uluru Safari Itinerary

Uluru Safari is the ideal short trip for those wanting to experience the Australian outback in a narrow time frame. Visit Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon.

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      USD $479
      CAD $497
      AUD $486
      EUR €336
      GBP £280
      NZD $542
      ZAR R4,872
      CHF FR406
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Kata Tjuta

Kings Canyon, Australia

Day 1 Alice Springs/Kata Tjuta/Uluru

Welcome to Alice Springs, the Red Centre's dusty, character-filled heart. Make tracks for Uluru, stopping by a camel farm en route for an optional ride on one of these intriguing creatures. Arrive in our permanent campsite at Yulara and check out the 36 domes of Kata Tjuta on a Valley of the Winds hike. Watch the colour of the rocks change, glass of sparkling in hand, as the Outback works one of its magical sunsets, then return to a home-cooked dinner at camp.
ACCOM: Permanent safari camp (with shared facilities) - 1

Day 2 Uluru/Kings Canyon

Wake early for the opportunity to witness a truly unforgettable sunrise over Uluru. View the rock from different vantage points and learn about one of the world's oldest living cultures on an interpretive walk led by a local indigenous guide. Browse Aboriginal arts and crafts at the Cultural Centre, then travel on to our exclusive campsite located within the Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon) for another night camped under sparkling night skies.
ACCOM: Permanent safari camp (with shared facilities) - 1

Day 3 Kings Canyon/Alice Springs

Enter the Lost City and take a dip in the Garden of Eden on the Kings Canyon Rim Walk. Wander among the ochre-coloured rock walls and columns of Watarrka National Park and try to take that perfect photo that captures it all before heading back to Alice Springs. Although Alice is relatively small, the town certainly has its charms and is worth booking in an extra night at for those whom the time permits.