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Australian outback camping tours to Uluru are the ultimate bucket list pilgrimage for adventure travellers from all over the world.
Mulgas Adventures don’t just run Uluru Tours, we run the best outback camping tours in central Australia, for people who want an authentic, fun experience with like minded travellers.
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We offer one-way transfers between Alice Springs and Uluru. Our Westbound Alice Springs to Uluru service departs every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Our Eastbound Uluru to Alice Springs service departs every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. To…explore
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Great tour! Very informative. Rachel was a fabulous guide. I would highly recommend this tour company if you wanna experience the Outback.
Just finished a 5 day tour from Darwin to Uluru . Both drivers Danny and Jesse were great in their own ways. The 3 days roynd Uluru w Jesse was awesome. Food abundant, treks interesting and offered a good challenge which is what i was after. Danny on the other hand did what he could w the long stretches of driving on the last day. Group age was considerably younger.. mainly aimed at those under 30yrs however at 44 i felt welcome. Loved the drinks and meet up at the rock bar that Jesse organised at the end of the 3 day tour. Well done
If you really want to see what Uluru and the outback has to offer, join Mulgas. You won't regret it. Best 4D3N so far during my time here in Australia. You get views, treks plus food so good you wonder if you're really on a camping tour. Already missing the people and our amazing tour guide Scruffy. Thanks for the memories!
Truly an experience of a lifetime. Thank you Melgas but a special shout out and thank you to our incredible tour guide Laura and side kick Nicole. You guys are an asset to Mulgas! You went above and beyond in ever way possible, bringing everyone a trip that will be impossible to replace or forget. There is NOTHING I would change!! From education of aboriginal culture and traditions to guitar serenading, I am in awe of you both!! I cannot wait to recommend this to everyone I know. Thank you once again. You are awesome!!! 😊😊😊😊
Just finished the Rock to Rock tour with tour guide Laura. What an amazing experience, we had a fabulous time. Laura always ensured that we well fed and were having a great time. Thanks Laura
We just completed a three day Uluru and Kings Canyon / Watarrka trip with Ray and 22 lovely folks. We loved it! Ray is an exceptional tour leader- very knowledgeable, takes great care of everyone and overall top bloke. We got to see places we’d probably not discover on our own. We highly recommend the experience- also very reasonably priced.
4 jours Rock to Rock English Bellow 4 jours dans le désert avec un groupe. Au début je n'étais pas du tout convaincu, plutôt envie de le faire seul avec mes amis qu'au milieu de plein de gens. Quelle erreur ça aurait été. Grâce à notre guide Ray - nous avons eu la chance d'être au bon endroit au bon moment (à l'heure pour les levers et couchers de soleil, à l'heure pour faire les randos avant d'avoir trop chaud). - nous avons appris plein de choses sur la culture aborigène, sur les lieux, les animaux australiens... - très sécurisant pour les personnes un peu stressées de dormir au milieu du désert australien Nuits à la belle étoile dans des swags : parfait Nourriture : parfaite et en quantité C'était super et je recommande même aux plus aventuriers qui préféreraient être seuls (en plus c'est moins cher que de louer sa voiture, mettre de l'essence - chère dans le désert, s'acheter à manger...) Merci Ray ! ----- [EN] 4 days stuck in the desert in the middle of unknown people rather than just with my friends : that was not the most exciting idea for me... I'm so glad my friends convinced me to get into the bus with 17 people. Thanks to our amazing dynamic tour guide : - we were always at the right place at the right time (sunsets, sunrises, hiking before it gets too warm...) - we learned so many little tips, anecdotes, about aborigenal culture, the place, Australian animals, - we felt safe at everytime (day and night) even those who feared sleeping in the middle of Australian deserts The nights under the stars, sleeping in a swag are sooo wonderful The food is more than needed and good That was an awesome time, even for backpackers prefering to be solo it can be cheaper to come and enjoy the tour (perfect to meet people as well) Thanks Ray !
The History of Uluru
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Uluru is an unmistakeable symbol of the Australian outback and is one of the top destinations for travellers to Australia. Standing 348 metres tall, Uluru is surrounded by waterholes, springs, caves and fascinating rock formations as well as ancient Aboriginal rock paintings.
“The rock” is famous for having many “moods”, and appearing to change colour depending on the time of day, the weather, and the season.
Uluru (once known by European settlers as “Ayers Rock”) is part of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, which also contains Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). Both Uluru and Kata Tjuta are sacred to the Anangu people, the traditional custodians of the land. The land is leased to Parks Australia and is jointly administered by the Anangu and Parks Australia.
The Anangu people have a strong living culture in the area. Archaeologists believe Aboriginal people have been living in Central Australia for over 30,000 years.