What to Expect on a Budget Uluru Tour

Saving money whilst travelling is important for many of us, so it’s important you know which tours to fork out for and where you can cut costs down… especially if you’re on a Working Holiday and want more emphasis on the “holiday” element, rather than the “working”! This is where cheap adventure tours can come in handy.

Best Cheap Uluru Tours

A lot of adventure tours can come in around the couple of thousand mark, but it is possible to find Uluru tours under $500!

You can still sleep under the stars of the Southern Hemisphere, sample traditional Aussie Bushtucker, see the incredible Uluru and its neighbouring sites such as Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. Hike these incredible sites, meet like-minded travellers and take in the views of a lifetime.

Departing from Ayers Rock Airport, leave it all behind as you jump into the real Aussie outback for an Uluru adventure. Cheap outback tours don’t mean you’ll see anything less than you would on a 5* tour – and if anything you’ll be in the thick of it when it comes to exploring the outback.

So, why is it possible to tour the Outback for 4 days on such a low budget?

The way budget Uluru tours manage to keep the cost low is through travellers chipping in with the tasks. Staff is minimal, which means you can get involved in the team spirit. This means, helping prep the meals, clean up the meals and pack up camp. If everyone mucks in, then it means you can save your pennies for even more adventure tours.

Read this review of a cheap 4-day Uluru camping tour to find out what it’s really like exploring the NT on a budget.

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