- Greyhound bus from Darwin to Alice Springs
- 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners
- 1 nights accommodation at the YHA Alice Springs (6 share)
- Uluru base walk
- Travel in air-conditioned 21 seat bus
WHERE WE VISIT
- Kata Tjuta
- Aboriginal Cultural Centre
- Kings Canyon
- Curtain Springs
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- Sleeping bags can be hired for $20 each
Why do we love this
We love that this tour includes a trip in a Greyhound bus - a great way to see the outback!
WHAT TO EXPECT
Day 1 & 2: Greyhound bus from Darwin to Alice Springs
Depart from Darwin Bus Station at 11:40am and arrive in Alice Springs the next day at 9:15am. The Greyhound Bus Station in Alice Springs is next door to The Rock Tour Office.
When you arrive in Alice Springs you can enjoy the day checking out the local attractions. Enjoy 1 nights accommodation at the AliceSprings YHA (6 share dorm) which is located a 2 minute walk from the Alice Springs Greyhound station.
Day 3: Kings Canyon (L, D)
You will be picked up from the Alice Springs YHA at 5:30am, first destination Kings Canyon. Enjoy a 3 hour hike through the sandstone domes of the Lost City.Visit the Amphitheatre, North & South Walls and the Garden of Eden. Next stop, Curtin Springs where we set up our bush camp. Your guide will prepare a healthy camp-oven dinner. Relax around the fire then curl up in your cozy swag under a million stars.
Day 4: Kata Tjuta & Uluru Sunset (B, L, D)
Feel the spiritual significance of the Valley of the Winds at Kata Tjuta. Your Guide will show you some bush tucker along the hike before heading to the Aboriginal Cultural Centre where youcan listen to tales from the Dreamtime. You will then go on a guided
Mala Walk and spend the evening enjoying dinner at the spectacular Sunset over Uluru. Witness the awesome
sight of Uluru changing colour as the sun sets. We spend this night at the Ayers Rock Campground with toilets and showers.
Day 5: Uluru Sunrise (B,L)
Take in a memorable Uluru Sunrise over the World’sLargest Rock. You then have time to complete the Uluru Base Walk. Take in the spiritual significance of Kantju Gorge, Mutijulu Waterhole and Aboriginal Cave Paintings. You will arrive back in Alice Springs at approximately 5:00pm. Back to civilisation, get cleaned up and meet your Guide for dinner and a couple of beers at The Rock Bar at 7:00pm (at your own expense).
We supply:All meals as stated, transport, air conditioned comfortable 21 seat buses, fun and experienced tour guide, swags and camping equipment. Sleeping Bags can be hired for $15 each.
You will need to bring:Travel Voucher, a small bag, sturdy walking shoes, a torch, a hat, sunscreen, 2 water bottles, towel, swimmers, toiletries, camera and sunglasses. Warm clothes for the winter and comfortable light fitting clothes for the summer.