- Watch the sun come up over the one-and-only Uluru
- Hike into the Walpa Gorge and the Valley of the Winds
- Explore the domed rocks of the Olgas
- Discover the lunar landscapes of King’s Canyon
- Watch the desert pulse with colour at the Field of Lights
There’s nowhere on Earth like Uluru. Home to otherworldly landscapes, unique wildlife, and the world’s oldest living culture, it has to be seen to be believed. Discover the best of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park over 4 incredible days on this unforgettable group tour. Includes canyon hikes, rugged landscapes and sundowners overlooking (arguably) the most famous rock in the world. It’s one long bucket-list moment.
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Day 1: Arrive in Uluru. Arrive in Yulara and get settled in our cosy lodge. After the sun goes down, pay a visit to the jaw-dropping Field of Lights and watch the desert pulse with coloured light. Then enjoy a few drinks with your new friends before hitting the pillow – tomorrow’s a big day!
Day 2: Uluru. Start your day watchingthe sun come up over Uluru – it’s a spine-tingling moment. Then head into the heart of the National Park with ahike into the unique landscape of the Walpa Gorge and the Valley of the Winds before exploring the domedrocks of the Olgas. This afternoon, join an optional dot-painting workshop with an Aboriginalartist, or an awesome Segway tour.
Day 3: Uluru & King’s Canyon. Fuel up with a big BBQ brekkie at King’s Creek Station before hitting King’s Canyon, for a guided hike through the most spectacular scenery. Climb the ‘Stairway to Heaven’ to the aptly named Garden of Eden, before watching the sun go down over Uluru with a glass of bubbles in hand.
Day 4: Trip end. Your incredible Outback adventure has come to an end and it’s time to make your way back to the airport, or to continue your travels around Australia. See you soon!
- Tour guide
- 3 nights accommodation
- Some meals
- Sunrise over Uluru
- Visit the Olgas (Kata Tjuta), the Walpa Gorge & the Valley of the Winds
- BBQ ‘Big Brekkie’
- Uluru sunset with drinks & nibbles
- Day trip & hike through King’s Canyon
- Climb the ‘Stairway to Heaven’ to the Garden of Eden
- 24 hour emergency support
- Airport transfers
- Some meals
- Optional activities
3 nights’ accommodation are included on this trip. We’ll stay in a cosy lodge in the Yulara township in quad-share rooms.
3 breakfasts and 1 dinner are included on this trip. You’ll have to buy all other meals yourself. Please let us know in advance if you have any dietary requirements.
There are no planned activities for the first day of your trip, so arrive in Ayers Rock/Connellan Airport (AYQ) on day 1 or earlier (any extra nights of accommodation will be payable at an additional cost). We recommend arriving in time for the 5pm welcome meeting on day 1.
It might be in the middle of nowhere, but Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is pretty easy to get to. You can fly directly to Ayers Rock/Connellan Airport directly from a number of Australian cities (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Darwin, Adelaide and Alice Springs). Transfers aren’t included on this trip, but a taxi is easy to organise (ask your travel adviser for more information). The journey time is around ten minutes, depending on traffic.
The trip ends on day 4 and you can leave at any time after midday. You’ll need to arrange return airport transfers to Ayers Rock Airport as well, but your tour guide can help with this. Please make sure you allow plenty of time for transfers, to mitigate for possible delays. We recommend a late afternoon or evening flight at the earliest.
You'll need to be a minimum of 18 years old to join this trip. This trip is designed for 18 - 35-year-olds.
British citizens who are not planning to work in Australia can usually obtain an eVisitor visa from the Department of Home Affairs (no fee), or an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). Your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay.
Visa rules and regulations are subject to change. Please check the relevant embassy websites for up to date information.
Due to Covid-19, many of our partners and suppliers across the globe are putting in place new procedures and policies regarding health and safety in response to the outbreak. These new measures will adapt and change as the state of travel evolves, and the policies and procedures will vary depending on each trip. Some changes that you may experience on our trips are:
Updated safety & hygiene procedures
Health and safety measures will be adapted by our partners and suppliers, dependent on local laws and restrictions.
Different transport & accommodation
You may find yourself on transport or in accommodation that would not typically be used, such as hostels that are more secluded, or on more private transport. This may vary by trip, or even by individual departure dates.
Most trips include a meeting on arrival with the guide or local team to discuss the trip, and this is an opportunity for you to ask any questions. You should arrive in time to attend these briefings.
Emergency support 24/7
We have a UK based 24/7 emergency phone line if you have a genuine urgent matter that you need attending.
Knowledgeable & Trained Staff
We can help answer any questions or concerns you may have before you depart. Whilst travelling the guide or local team on our trips are there to help, and to ensure the smooth running of our trips.
Should you require medical assistance whilst travelling, the local team or guide will be able to help you get to a point of care. Medical facilities and standards can vary across the glove, so you should ensure you have adequate travel insurance in place.
Varying group sizes
To begin with, many trips will run with amended group sizes, so you may find smaller groups than would be typical. This may vary by trip, or even by individual departure dates.
Whilst there may be changes on our trips, it is vital that you make travelling safer for yourself, your travel companions, the local staff and guides, and the people of the country you are visiting. You should follow all local laws and restrictions, and follow the guidance of the local team. In addition, you can help make travel safer by bringing and using your own face coverings/masks and hand sanitiser, social distance where appropriate, wash your hands frequently, and cover your face when coughing or sneezing.