Plan Your 2020 Adventure Tour to Uluru
Is it 2020 already? No, but in travel years it is! Which means it’s time to start planning your 2020 adventures, and hitting up Australia’s most famous landmark on an Uluru Camping Tour could be just the way to kick off your travels.
Uluru Tours from Darwin
Many people may start their adventures in Sydney, however, if you’re someone who likes to go against the grain and get into the spirit of adventure early on in your travels, then why not catch the Darwin to Alice Springs Express and grab adventure by the horns and save the city break for later. This quick overnight tour will conveniently transport you to Alice Springs passing by natural wonders such as the Devils Marbles, Mataranka Thermal Springs and Edith Falls before reaching Alice Springs.
Budget Uluru Camping Tours
Of course, you can’t go to Alice Springs without booking on to an Uluru Camping Tour. Sleeping under the stars in a swag, taking in the glory of Uluru at sunset and sunrise as well as visiting exciting destinations such as Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon are just about the most exciting ways to kick off your travels.
What to see on an Uluru Tour
By day you’ll hike the impressive base of Uluru, you’ll marvel at the rim of Kings Canyon, and you’ll look out for wildlife in between the nooks and crannies at Kata Tjuta. By night you’ll relax around the campfire with your new found friends and recount the amazing sights you see by day. Sleeping out under the stars you’ll marvel at the great abundance of the Southern Hemisphere’s sky as you spot constellations and see the Milky Way in all it’s glory – not something you can do just anywhere in the world!
If this sounds good to you, then why not combine your Darwin To Alice Springs transfer with an Uluru camping tour over 5 days?