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from alice springs 3day red center camping safari to uluru
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From Alice Springs: 3-Day Red Center Camping Safari to Uluru

Duration: 3 days
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Delve deep into the red rock desert of Uluru on this 3-day hiking and camping adventure from Alice Springs. Take in the gorgeous sunrise, sleep under…

uluru sunrise camel safari and freshly baked bread damper
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Uluru: Sunrise Camel Safari and Freshly Baked Bread Damper

Duration: 2.5 hours
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Enjoy a peaceful 1-hour camel ride and witness the sunrise over Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Learn from friendly and knowledgeable cameleers on the way…

uluru sunset camel safari + aussie damper beer wine
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Uluru Sunset Camel Safari + Aussie Damper, Beer & Wine

Duration: 2.5 hours
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The ultimate Aussie Farm Experience! Enjoy a one-hour guided camel ride in the spectacular Australian Outback. Watch the colors change and the sun…

overnight uluru red centre safari from alice springs
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Overnight Uluru Red Centre Safari from Alice Springs

Duration: 2 days
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This overnight adventure offers a chance for those short on time to explore Uluru and Kata Tjuta, with pick-up available from Alice Springs and Ayers…

from adelaide 5 night outback camping tour to uluru
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From Adelaide: 5 Night Outback Camping Tour to Uluru

Duration: 6 days
6 Reviews
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Discover South Australia's outback and the Red Centre with this all-inclusive tour from Adelaide to Alice Springs. Visit Uluru, King's Canyon, Coober…

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What people are saying about Yulara

Excellent day trip from Ayers Rock resort

This is a long day from 4am but well worth it for the wonderful hike around the canyon rim. The requirement for 3litres water per person means people would need to drink a cupful every 15 mins and there wasn't anybody close to that. It's a big weight to carry for most of the 3 hrs when 2 litres would be more than enough and there's plenty of cold water and a nice cold towel back at the bus. King's Canyon is more spectacular than Uluru or the Olgas and not to be missed while visiting the red centre.

Kings Canyon: Full-Day Tour from Ayers Rock Resort Reviewed by Anonymous, 03/10/2017

Amazing places, great people, memories for a lifetime!

This week was one of the best of my life. Everybody on this tour was super nice and motivated and we had a hell of a great time! Our guide Jase was just awesome. He showed us all the great places and secret spots whilst always being in a great mood. Because of him there there was a great atmosphere even on the days we got up at five in the morning. Together we cooked delicious meals, sat around the campfire and had a blast telling stories and joking around. I would immediately do it again!

From Adelaide: 5 Night Outback Camping Tour to Uluru Reviewed by Fanny Maria, 08/28/2018

Lovely way to explore uluru but organisation can be better

Lovely and fun way to explore unforgettable Uluru. What I did not like - is that the bill for this segway tour came from Berlin and credit card charged an additional 3% on the top of the quoted price. Having the tour in Australia and paying in AUD I did not expect that. The ride also ran longer that expected - mostly because a lot of time was spent waiting before it started. Organisation could be better.

From Uluru: Uluru Base Segway Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 09/17/2018

Great experience, fine group of people and a excellent tour leader.

Sid, our tourleader has a lot of skills: he feels what a group needs, he knows a lot about geology, biology and social communities (example aboriginals) .He also is a great cook, makes vegetarians happy with good vegetarian meals and also for the other people. The tour gave us more then we expected in advance

Excellent tour, informative and not rushed

Gareth was excellent, very knowledgeable about Uluru. The sunrise location was perfect. The whole tour was at a good pace and the breakfast was great- especially the banana bread - according to my nephew Isaiah ;)