Experience the wonderous Red Centre on this fun filled camping trip. Witness the majesty of the sunrise over Uluru, hike through the Valley of the Winds. You'll be stunned by the giant rock formations at Kata Tjuta. Learn about Aboriginal culture and native fauna and flora and camp under the stars!
Your adventure in the Australian Outback begins when you meet your experience guide at Ayers Rock Airport. You'll travel by bus to Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park Cultural Centre. You'll stop to have a tasty lunch and then it's out to explore the surrounding area! Discover native flora and fauna; and learn about the culture and stories of the Indigenous people of this ancient place. You'll get to walk around the Cultural Centre and then it's time to watch the sunset over Uluru with a glass of bubbly in hand. You'll enjoy a delicious meal and then it's time to sleep under the stars in your swag.
Next day you'll wake up early to witness the stunning Uluru sunrise. The morning will consist of hiking through the Valley of the Winds where you'll explore the famous rock domes. You'll also get to walk around the base of Uluru with a guide who will teach you about the history of the iconic rock formation. You'll sit down to lunch then it's time to head to Kings Creek Station, your camping spot for the night. Sit around the fire and enjoy an outback BBQ dinner with your group under the picturesque night sky.
Wake up to a hearty breakfast and a morning of hiking around the rim of Kings Canyon. Then it's onto Kings Creek Station where you'll have the option to ride a camel, take a helicopter ride or quad bike at your own expense. You'll then travel to your private bush camp at Curtain Springs Station. Here you'll get to witness another magical sunset, this time over Mt Connor.
Your last day will start with a hot breakfast and one last photo op stop and then you'll be dropped off at Ayers Rock Airport.
You must be 18 - 49 years old to participate in this tour.
Reasonable level of fitness is required to participate in this tour.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy.
The tour will run with a maximum of 24 passengers.
Participants need to be aware that the tours operate in extreme temperatures and remote areas, and participants must act according to instructions from the tour guide.
This experience takes place at multiple locations around Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon in the Northern Territory.