Summary of The Day: The adventure begins tonight. Arrive at our accommodations at any time. Feel free to explore, but make sure you're back in time (7:00pm) to meet the group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your tour.
Summary of The Day: Mar 1 - Oct 31
Today we'll depart early for the Red Centre. First up, we'll visit Kings Canyon and embark on an optional walk (weather permitting) through the gorges and valleys of Watarrka National Park.
Afterwards we'll head to the Ayers Rock Campground in Yulara for the night.
Nov 1 - Feb 29
Today we'll depart early for the West MacDonnell Ranges and head to Ochre Pits. During our walk through Ochre Pits we'll arrive at a valley painted in multi-colored layers of rock. The different colors of ochre were historically used by Aborigines for ceremonies and trading, and still shimmer in the sunlight to this day.
Then we'll visit Ellery Creek. The mighty Ellery Creek cuts a river through the West MacDonnell Ranges, and has carved out a stunning waterhole over thousands of years. Take the short walk to the waters edge and jump in to beat the heat!
Then we'll return to Alice Springs midday before continuing on to the Yulara campground for the night.
Summary of The Day: Today we'll visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre to learn about the Aboriginal culture in the area to get a better perspective of the history, beliefs and present-day life of the Anangu people. Discover the wild world of bush tucker (indigenous food), find out which plants are used in bush medicine, and hear stories from the Dreaming.
Then we'll embark on the Mala Walk along the northwest side of Uluru with your CEO to learn about the history of the area, stories of the Anangu people and these awe-inspiring uplifted sandstone rock formations.
At the end of the day, enjoy a glass of bubbly, and watch the setting sun transform Uluru into a glowing monolith bathed in deep reds and oranges. Capture the moment with your camera but also take a moment to soak in the serenity of the scene just with your own eyes. Magic!
Marvel at the night sky while bunking down in a swag (canvas bedroll) for the night.
Uluru Helicopter Flight: 150-285AUD per person
See some of the highlights of the red centre from a bird's-eye view. Take to the air and choose between a 15-minute loop around Uluru, or opt to also see Kata Tjuta on a 30-minute flight.
Outback Astronomy Tour: 42AUD per person
Enjoy a tour of the night sky, learning how Aboriginals used the stars for mythology and seasonal predictions while getting a chance to stargaze through telescopes and binoculars. The Outback is one of the best places to stargaze, with low humidity and surrounding light - take a peek and see whats out there!
Summary of The Day: Today we'll travel across the Outback to the unique opal mining town of Coober Pedy.Here we'll learn about opal and Coober Pedy's mining history on a tour of an old opal mine. See examples of both hand-dug and machine-dug underground homes, which are a popular way to escape the heat. A guided mine tour gives insight to the mining process and then importance of opal to the area.
In the evening we'll head to nearby accommodations for the night.
Summary of The Day: We'll follow the Oodnadatta Track, strewn with ruins of failed early settler activity along the route of the equally unsuccessful original Ghan Railway route. Here we'll cross the dingo fence and stop to explore a number of historic settler sites along the way.
Lake Eyre Scenic Flight 285AUD per person
Soar above Australia's largest inland lake on this 60-min flight in the north of South Australia. Typically, Lake Eyre is dry, so prepare to see a vast white salt plain shimmering in the sun. Following monsoon rains in the north, the lake fills and becomes a breeding site pelicans, gulls and terns. Enjoy a bird's-eye view and enjoy the flight.
Summary of The Day: Today we'll visit the salt lake of Lake Eyre and learn about the European history of the region before settling into the historic Beltana Sheep Station.
Summary of The Day: We'll depart Beltana and head to one of the gorges into the Flinders Ranges, stopping to absorb the magnificent views along the drive.
Then we'll travel through the Clare Valley wine area, making a stop for a wine tasting and demonstration to learn about the development of the vineyards in the area. Try some Riesling, the local favorite (considered the best in Australia, if not the world), along with some Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz.
Then we'll arrive in Adelaide, known as the "city of churches."
Summary of The Day: Today our fantastic tour will end. Depart Adelaide at any time.
* Age requirement: 18-39 years old.|
* Double occupancy price applies when two people stay in one standard hotel room.
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