3 Day Camping Package Tour, Alice Springs, Uluru, Ayers Rock, Olgas,
Cheapest tour to Ayers Rock.
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
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
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.
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 $770 per single or $670
twin share with all meals, equipment and National Park fees included.
Prices can, and do, change, so check below for latest prices.
Full camping tour info, prices & booking!
Review by: Greg
Venue: Uluru Camping Tour
Rating out of 5:
We had a great time and saw everything we wanted to see in Central
Australia. Beds were good and meals were okay, not restaurant
style gourmet food but adequate for what you pay. I would recommend
the camping package as it is good value as everything is included
in the price except the camel ride at Outback Camel Farm, which
was good fun and some took a helicopter flight over Uluru, which
was too expensive for us. Take plenty of insect repellent, the
flies are horrible.
Review by: Catrina
Venue: Alice Springs Camping Safari
Rating out of 5:
We have lovely time in Australia bush. Camping was fun but very
dusty sometimes. I liked to climb Ayers Rock and I like Kings
Canyon very much. This is good tour for backpackers I think.