3 Day Uluru & Kings Canyon Explorer

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See the highlights of the stunning Red Centre. Witness the breathtaking Uluru sunrise and sunset and discover the history of Uluru. Venture in through the domes of Kata Tjuta on the Walpa Gorge walk and explore Kings Canyon�s towering sandstone walls.

3 Day Uluru & Kings Canyon Explorer
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Group booking discount

Tour Highlights

  • Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park Ticket
  • Accommodation
  • Experienced Driver Guide
  • Comprehensive commentary
  • Travel in an air-conditioned coach

Tour Info

Code AK-YK43B
  • Short Break
Duration 3 Days
Price From $
Vehicle Bus
Suitability Open Age
Start Ayers Rock @ 2.30 pm
Finish Alice Springs @ 7.00 pm
Travel Insurance Required

- Sacred Sites & Sunset

On arrival at Ayers Rock Airport you'll be transferred to the resort (flights to arrive prior to 1.30pm).

Visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre to learn more about the Western Desert region, then tour the sacred sites around the base of Uluru with a local Driver Guide. Walk to sacred Mutitjulu Waterhole, and view ancient Aboriginal rock art. Later, relax with a glass of sparkling wine as the sun sets over Uluru (Ayers Rock), bringing out the myriad shades of colour for which the world's largest monolith is renowned.

- Kata Tjuta - Kings Canyon

Rise early to watch the first rays of the sun set Uluru and the Red Centre alight. Later, travel to the mystical domes of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). On the way enjoy panoramic views of the southern side of Kata Tjuta before arriving at the base of Walpa Gorge. Spend time exploring the gorge and the unusual conglomerate rock formations.

This afternoon travel to Kings Canyon.

- Depart Alice Springs

At sunrise, make the steep rocky climb to the rim of the Kings Canyon for spectacular views of Watarrka National Park. Follow the rim of the canyon, stopping to look down into the gorge from a series of lookout points along the way. The rim walk takes approximately 3 hours to complete and is rocky and steep in parts. If you wish to take an easier, shorter walk instead, you can explore the boulder-strewn canyon floor, getting up-close to the native plants and birdlife that call this part of the world home.

 What to Bring

  •  Enclosed walking shoes
  •  Sunglasses, hat, sunscreen
  •  Water bottle to hold 1 litre
  •  Warm layers in cooler months
  •  Flynet in summer months (optional)
  •  Cash if purchasing Aboriginal artwork
  •  Snacks for breakfast (Day 3)

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