Upon arrival at Alice Springs Airport, you will be transferred to your accommodation. On arrival check-in and enjoy time at leisure.
Rise early for your transfer to the Alice Springs Desert Park and watch the desert come alive. Witness free-flying birds of prey at the nature theatre and see rare and endangered animals such as the Bilby. Time at the Alice Springs Desert Park is unguided; you will explore the park at your leisure. After lunch proceed to ‘A Town like Alice’ tour. Tour the sights of 'The Alice' including The School of the Air. Stop at the historic Telegraph Station, which marks the original site of the first European settlement in Alice Springs. Visit the Royal Flying Doctors Service, where you will see how medical aid reaches those who live in the remote 'outback' communities. Stop at the Alice Springs Reptile Centre, where you can see up close reptiles of the Central Australia's semi-arid desert, such as the Perentie Goanna, Thorny Devil, Frill-Necked Lizards. The tour concludes with a panoramic view of the township of Alice Springs and the East and West MacDonnell Ranges from the top of Anzac Hill.
Check-out of your accommodation in the morning and travel from Alice Springs to Ayers Rock (Uluru). Take in the rugged desert landscapes of the region, passing through the beautiful MacDonnell Ranges. Stop at the Camel Farm and learn about the impact camels had in opening up Central Australia. Camels, ideally suited to the hot, dry climate of Australia’s interior, were imported in the 19th century and remained the principal means of outback transport until railways and roads were established. You have the opportunity to ride a camel (own expense). Learn the natural and geological history of the region, as well as the unique Australian desert flora and fauna such as the Perentie monitor lizard, the thorny devil and the red kangaroo. Hear about the traditional customs and beliefs of the local Aboriginals. There is time for a stop at Mt Ebenezer road house for a quick break. View flat-topped Atila (Mt Conner) in the distance before arriving at Ayers Rock Resort rested, relaxed and ready to explore the amazing World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Early evening join the Uluru Sunset Tour to the Uluru sunset viewing area. Enjoy nibbles and a complimentary glass of sparkling wine as the sun sinks over the western horizon and the evening sky brings out the many shades of colour for which Uluru is famous. Don’t forget your camera! It is recommended that you photograph Uluru every 1 minute to really capture the gradual colour changes of the rock.
Early morning you can opt to join the half day Uluru Sunrise Tour. Travel to the sunrise viewing area, Talinguru Nyakunytjaku, near Ayers Rock (Uluru) and watch the first sunlight of the day creep across the desert plains. Watching sunrise at Ayers Rock (Uluru) is the perfect start to the day. Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits as the morning sun slowly changes the colour of Ayers Rock (Uluru). After watching the sunrise travel to the mystical 36 domes of Kata Tjuta enjoying 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. The walking trail through Walpa Gorge follows the natural creek between two of the tallest domes of Kata Tjuta. Later experience Field of Light from the dune top viewing area and enjoy a buffet dinner at site.
Fly back home with memories of wild Australia.
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