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Tour:4 DAY Ultimate Red Centre Dreamtime Safari
Code:S04
Capacity:24
Price:Twin $825 - Single Supplement $150
Availability:All Months
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Details:Day 1: Alice Springs to Yulara

Departing Alice Springs, we head south, stopping for a short visit at the Outback Camel Farm (rides at own expense) and then heading straight to Yulara where we meet any passengers joining us from Ayers Rock Airport (SO4Y). It's then onto our permanent campsite for lunch. The afternoon is
spent exploring Uluru (Ayers Rock), a World Heritage listed area. Join your knowledgeable guide for a base tour of Uluru, exploring ancient caves where Aboriginal paintings can be seen, learning about the oldest culture in the world. At sunset, you will appreciate the spectacular colour changes
of Uluru. Later we return to camp for a traditional Aussie meal. After dinner, relax around the camp under starry desert skies.
Camp: Ayers Rock Resort Permanent Campsite L, D

Day 2: Yulara to Kings Creek

It's an early rise for an exciting morning with breathtaking views of sunrise at Kata-Tjuta (The Olgas). Go for a walk to appreciate the beauty of the 36 magical domes and learn about unique fauna, flora and fire management of the national park. This afternoon, travel through red sand dune & desert oak country to Kings Creek Cattle Station where optional activities are abundant. Tonight, try a traditional "camp oven” dinner, cooked in the coals of the fire.
Camp: Kings Creek Permanent Campsite B, L, D

Day 3: Watarrka National Park & Kings Canyon to Wallace Rockhole

This morning we visit breathtaking Watarrka National Park,home of Kings Canyon. There's no rush as we hike around the canyon rim viewing sites like the "Lost City” and the "Garden of Eden”. After a picnic lunch, we head off on the famous Mereenie Loop Road towards the MacDonnell Ranges. In
the afternoon, we stop at Hermannsburg – one of the most famous aboriginal missions and also home to well known artist Albert Namatjira. There will be time to visit the Heritage Museum to learn a bit more about the history of this community. We then drive to Wallace Rockhole Aboriginal Community, our overnight camp.
Camp: Wallace Rockhole Permanent Campsite B, L, D

Day 4: Wallace Rockhole to Alice Springs

This morning we join our local guide and visit the Rockhole to view Aboriginal rock art and to learn about the Aboriginal culture (seasonal). You'll also participate in an Aboriginal Dot Painting Class, learning and practising some of the traditional techniques used in the arts and crafts. Today we'll also explore some of the Western MacDonnell ranges' highlights: Standley Chasm and Simpson Gap; enjoy a picnic in the beautiful surroundings, and do some hiking where we may see rock wallabies. Later we'll continue on to Alice Springs, arriving approx. 6.30pm. B, L

A MESSAGE FROM THE ANANGU PEOPLE

Note: Anangu, Uluru's traditional owners, would prefer that visitors choose not to climb Uluru. Furthermore, the climb may be closed without notice due to weather or cultural reasons
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