Alice Springs 3 Day Camping Tour
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Here's a 3 day camping tour departing Alice Springs that is perfect for the budget traveler, yet gives you the opportunity to see all the wonders of the fabulous Australian outback.
See the changing colours of Uluru, walk among the domes of Kata Tjuta, (The Olgas) and see the beauty of Kings Canyon. This camping tour Package to Uluru is fantastic value, ideal for the backpacker or anyone that wants value for money.
You do rough it a little more than you would in hotel accommodation, yet you will have a great 3 days in the Aussie outback. We highly recommend this camping tour to all.
There is nothing like camping out in the Australian bush, with a canopy of stars above your head and the quiet sounds that fill the night air. If this sounds good to you then we are sure you will be more than interested in the 3 day 2 night camping tour that also visits all the major tour spots in Central Australia.
Departing from Alice Springs, day one takes you to Ayers Rock Uluru with a stop at the Outback Camel Farm along the way. You will arrive at Ayers Rock Resort camping ground where your tents are ready and waiting. Have a spot of lunch and take a tour of the mysterious domes of the Olgas.
Later you will return to see the sunset on Ayers Rock, which is absolutely spectacular.
Day 2 and your up early to see the changing colours at sunrise and the opportunity to climb Ayers Rock Uluru. Many people ask if it is okay to climb Ayers Rock. The answer is yes, you can climb Uluru, Ayers Rock, it is entirely your choice.
There is a notice near the climb starting location giving the reasons why the Anangu Aboriginal people prefer you not to climb, but many hundreds of people take the climb everyday. It is your decision if you climb or not.
After the climb you will be taken on a guided tour of the base to see rock paintings, unusual rock formations and ancient caves. You return to camp for lunch and then in the afternoon travel to Kings Creek Station, near Kings Canyon, for your evening camp.
Day 3 starts with a delicious bush breakfast and then 4 hours of exploring the beautiful Kings Canyon. Take a walk around the canyon rim or to the fabulous 'Garden of Eden' where you can view ancient plants and life giving waterholes.
After lunch make the return journey to Alice Springs arriving around 6.30pm.
The Alice Springs camping package costs around $700 twin share with all meals, equipment and National Park fees included. Prices can, and do, change, so check below for latest prices.
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