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There is a very good reason why Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The park was first added to the list in 1987, when the international community recognised its spectacular geological formations, rare plants and animals, and outstanding natural beauty. Your expert local guide will uncover some of the incredible secrets the Red Centre has to offer with guided commentary, stories and hidden gems that really bring this place to life.
We have a couple of different sleeping options available: For the more adventurous traveler we have the traditional grass roots basic “swag” experience (Sleeping under the stars in a canvas covered bed roll). If you’re after a more comfortable, private camping experience you can book our more comfortable permanent safari tents with mattresses.
- Enjoy Uluru (Ayers Rock) lookout at Sunset
- Visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Aboriginal Cultural Centre
- Important indigenous rock art sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List
- Explore Mutitjulu Waterhole, Kuniya Piti, and Kantju Gorge
- The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is the perfect place for self-discovery
- Experience the beauty of the Valley of the Winds or of Walpa Gorge on a hike
- Immerse yourself in the wonder of the Olgas-Kata Tjuta
- Venture into Kings Canyon Watarrka National Park
- This tour finishes in Alice Springs only.
*Highlights are a guideline, Red Centre's diverse landscape, culture, and weather conditions can lead to a high degree of change and flexibility in itinerary. Your expert guides will make sure you have an amazing time!