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Emu Run Tours - Alice Springs to Uluru, Olgas, Kings Canyon - 3 Day Camping Tour - All Inclusive
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Emu Run Tours
72 Todd Street
ALICE SPRINGS
NT 0870

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Alice Springs to Uluru, Olgas, Kings Canyon - 3 Day Camping Tour - All Inclusive

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Emu Run Tours
BOOK BEYOND NOV 19
The price quoted on the departure date for ''more than a day'' tours covers all days of the tour.

Reviews
Average rating 4.69 (maximum 5)
from 34 reviews

Duration
Three days

Operates
Daily

Destinations
Alice Springs, Kata Tjuta ( The Olgas), Kings Canyon, Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Departs from
Alice Springs and Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Departure/Pickup Instructions
Alice Springs pick-ups: approximately 5:45am.
Ayers Rock pick-ups:
Until 31/03/2017: Outback Pioneer 12:15PM, Ayers Rock Airport 12:45PM, Ayers Rock Airport 2PM
From 01/04/2017: Ayers Rock Airport 12:15PM, Outback Pioneer 12:30PM, Ayers Rock Airport 2PM

Departure Time
5.45am (Alice) or 12-12.15 (Uluru)

Returns/Ends At
Approx 17.30pm on Day 3(A/S)

Suitable for
Fit people with a spirit for adventure Pls book early to secure seats


Itinerary
Day 1: Alice Springs to Uluru

We pick you up outside your Alice Springs accommodation at 5.45am and drive through the beautiful outback, our first stop will be an outback roadhouse for a quick breakfast (at your own expense), back on the road and a short stop for viewing of Mount Connor and the Salt lakes before arriving to Yulara.

If you’re starting the tour in Ayers Rock we will pick you up from the Outback Pioneer Lodge (Ayers Rock Resort), or from the Ayers Rock Airport.

After lunch we drive to our first stop in the Uluru National Park where you can pick one of the following Uluru experiences:

1. Visit the Cultural Centre and enjoy 2 guided Uluru base walks (Mala & Mutitjulu Waterhole).
2. Full 10km Uluru base walk (unguided), Cultural Centre visit not included.
3. Uluru climb (unguided, if open), Cultural Centre visit not included (please note: Uluru is a sacred site and the Anangu people ask visitors to respect their culture by not climbing the rock).
4. 2PM Ayers Rock airport pick-ups will be able to enjoy 2 guided walks at Uluru (Mala & Mutitjulu Waterhole), Cultural Centre visit and lunch are not included.

This evening we watch a spectacular Uluru sunset while enjoying a glass of sparkling wine & snacks. After sunset we drive to our campsite for hot showers and a hearty meal. Depending on your mood you can choose to sleep in a permanent 4 share safari tent (bunk beds) or in a swag (Aussie bedroll) under millions of outback stars. (L,D)

Day 2: Uluru Sunrise, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon

Up early for breakfast before catching a spectacular Uluru sunrise. We then head to Kata-Tjuta (The Olgas) for a guided 5.5km walk through the Valley of the Winds, returning to camp for lunch. Next we drive to our remote bush camp in the Watarrka national park (Kings Canyon). After a hot shower, tonight’s dinner will be an authentic Outback BBQ. You can choose tonight to sleep in a swag (Aussie bedroll) under millions of outback stars or in one of our permanent 4 share safari tents (bunk beds). (B,L,D)

Day 3: Kings Canyon and Mt Ebenezer to Alice Springs

After breakfast, we drive to Kings Canyon for a guided 6km Canyon Rim Walk in one of the most spectacular areas of the outback. Visit the natural Amphitheatre and discover the lost city, North and South Walls, and the exotic Garden of Eden along the way.

After lunch we return to Alice Springs stopping at Mount Ebenezer Roadhouse, arriving back to Alice Springs early evening.

Or if you choose to finish the tour in Ayers Rock, you will be transferred from Kings Canyon Resort to Ayers Rock Resort after lunch. Please note that this service must be requested at the time of booking, and will incur an additional charge of $100 per adult / $40 per child.

(B,L)

(Optional camel ride is available at your own expense)

Inclusions
Park Entry Fee $25
Toilets and Hot showers every day- (unlike other 3 Day camping tours)
Sparkling wine & snacks at Uluru Sunset (Extra Alcohol is BYO)
Pickup and drop back to your accommodation
Air conditioned Bus
Healthy Meals on Tour
(Vegetarians catered for - Pls advise when booking)
Friendly Experienced guides

Exclusions
Sleeping bag hire $20 per person

Fitness Level
A good level of fitness is required

What To Bring
Travel voucher, 2 x 1.5 litres of water (per person), sleeping bag (can be hired for $20/person - must be requested at time of booking and pay cash to driver on day of travel), strong non-slip walking shoes, hat (wide brimmed is best), fly net, sunglasses, sunscreen, toiletries, torch (flash light), swim wear(warmer months), towel, camera, casual and comfortable clothing (cool, light clothing is best in summer and warm clothing for winter) travel pillow

Child Policies
8 - 15 years(inclusive)
Minimum age 8

Childrens Rate
$415.00








Read reviews of Alice Springs to Uluru, Olgas, Kings Canyon - 3 Day Camping Tour - All Inclusive from other travellers:


This was a great trip, with an awesome guide (Simon) - thoroughly recommend!
Reviewed by: Deryn, April 2014


Great value, exactly as anticipated. Tash was a wonderful guide, great organisation skills, patient & fun. Only negative was that thé bus could have been more confortable for such long journeys.
Reviewed by: Louise, March 2014


Excellent trip, professional guide, and very affordable!

I have to say that our guide Ria, was perfect. She was able to get us to each of the destinations on our trip, earlier than each of the other tour operators, allowing everyone on the trip the advantage of a perfect spot for photos and a more personal experience.

Great company and great experience!
Reviewed by: Andrew, March 2014


Thank you for a great trip, very special experience. Saw a lot, walked a lot, overnighting in a swag great experience for a newcomer. The walks were really good, enjoyed a lot as would never have done any of that on our own - a bit strenous though for anyone with knee etc problems (maybe good idea to mention in the brochure that these are not easy walks). Special thanks to Rhea, have a good trip!
Reviewed by: Marja, March 2014


Hi. Have to use few Words i figured out. Bad guide. Did not tell us much about Uluru, Valley of Winds or Kings canyon. Let us walk around Uluru at 1400 hours in 47 degrees heat. Headeck to all in bus. No champagne or crackers at uluru - only in camp. Did not guide us at Uluru and did not walk all the way with us at valley of Winds. Made the food - and the disapeared for some reason?
Reviewed by: Christian, February 2014


Great experience!
My flight was delayed and I was already scared to miss the tour, but they were so friendly that they picked me up at the airport without a problem.
Friendly tour guide, with great cooking skills :o)
Great hiking tours with amazing scenery - awesome!
Reviewed by: Michele, February 2014


I really enjoyed the tour, especially because our guide Simo was such a top bloke and awesome chef. Recommended.
Reviewed by: James, January 2014


Ryan was a superb guide and the trip was fantastic! Awesome!
Reviewed by: Koenraad, December 2013


So glad we chose this tour - our guide Bernie was the best, and all we had to bring was ourselves, our clothes, and a water bottle. Too easy!
Reviewed by: Amy, December 2013


Emu Run Tours fulfilled all expectations: a friendly, knowledgeable tour guide, accommodation fit for the kids (under the stars) and walking tours that attended slower hikers. All in all a great experience for the group.
Reviewed by: Ingrid, November 2013


Our guide, Tash, was just phenomenal. Knowledgeable and funny, she timed every activity perfectly, so our group was always the first to arrive in busy sites and could enjoy the Uluru sunrise or walks in Kata Tjuta or the Kings Canyon without lots of people around. Meals were perfectly organized as well, and sleeping in a swag under the stars was incredible!Definitely recommended!!
Reviewed by: Arianna, November 2013


Emu Run 3 days tour in a swag.. Fantastic. The tour was really well organized and we had the most excellent guide, Ryan. It was the best value for money we spent on our whole tour Down Under. Highly recommendable. Thank you!
Reviewed by: Carsten, November 2013


It was a very well run tour. Our guide was great and had the right personality for the job. The food was healthy and fresh. We felt it was very good value for money and would recommend this company to any one young at heart. We were a mature couple[pensioners] and felt at home in some younger company.
Loved sleeping in the swags.
Reviewed by: Janet, September 2013


The tour was fantastic. The guide was very fiendly and at your disposal for anything you may need. I liked it was an active tour; preparing lunch and dinner all together, pick wood for the fire at nights, etc.
Just a negative comment which I think it's important to consider. The sleep bags are not warm enough for a night under the stars. Freezing night. :-(
Reviewed by: Elena, August 2013


Awesome tour, great tour guide locky. Was cold first night in swags so need really warm clothes. Memories for a lifetime were made:-)
Reviewed by: Bianca, August 2013


LOVED THIS TOUR GROUP!!! mixed ages, very interesting people. George was our guide, extremely informed. Not a party tour, a tour to discover and learn! George stopped at little things for us knowing that its a once in a lifetime opportunity! Great trip!
Reviewed by: Kim, April 2013


Tour was great, food was superb!!! The tour guide seems know the food as well. Thanks to him.
Reviewed by: Connie, April 2013


Everything was very guide and so was the guide. I loved every moment
Reviewed by: ellen, March 2013


Really enjoyed the trip to see Uluru and Kings Canyon, and I think that the Emu tour compares very favourably to others (eg. the Rock) in terms of camping facilities, buses, etc.

However, the guide told us that we were the worst group he'd had in 6 months (there was one very annoying couple and some spoke little English) and everything had to be done his way - even how to chop up a lettuce!
Reviewed by: Isabel, March 2013


what a brilliant tour,jason our driver was excellent,a mine of information,a good cook,and an all round good ozzie,if it wasnt so far to travel from wales we would do it all over again,[as long as it was an all round good ozzie driving],made some new friends,a memorable experience."WELL DONE EMU RUN TOURS"
Reviewed by: Susan, January 2013


This tour was amaaazing! Jason is a super great guide and he was very nice to all of us. Food was delicious and we could enjoy the magnificent Uluru, Olgas and Kings Canyon. I had a great time and I'm definitively coming back next year :-)
Anna (Barcelona)
Reviewed by: Anna, December 2012


The best trip I've taken yet! It was a decent-sized group (about 20) and it was very diverse. Not all backpackers or older people - there were couples young & old, backpackers, friends traveling together, etc. Food was wonderful & healthy, including champagne for Uluru sunset, snacks during hikes and an Aussie BBQ. I would highly recommend this tour - very enjoyable experience in the Outback!!
Reviewed by: Alice, December 2012


The tour was great! We did great walks, had lots of nice food and fun thanks to our fantastic tour guide. Would recommend that trip to anyone and might do it again myself!
Reviewed by: Dennis, November 2012


The tour is lovely, you see alot, you get alot to eat! Our tour guide was Ryan and the only negative I have to say about the tour, was on the very first leg of the trip (from Alice Springs to Uluru) there was not really an introduction, it would have been nice to get to know the other people on tour by letting everyone introduce themselves.
The rest was awesome, real value for mone
Reviewed by: Ine, October 2012


I had a great time and what an experience sleeping under the stars. The guide was great and loved the treks. I would recommend them to my friends.
Reviewed by: Elise, October 2012


The tour was amazing. I loved every minute and the group got along so well. Our guide, Ben, was an amazing wealth of knowledge which made the trip even more amazing. I loved sleeping in the swags; sleeping under the stars. It was a true connection with nature.
Reviewed by: sandy, October 2012


I had an excellent trip to Ayers Rock with Emu Run Tours. Great guide, good food and a well planned tour. Would recommend it to any one going there!
Reviewed by: Karianne, May 2012


We had a wonderful time would recommend to family and friends,
the driver Dan was a great bloke.
Reviewed by: Helen, May 2012


Hi there.
We want to thank you for a fantastic trip around Uluru and the other places we visited during the three day tour. Dan was a super guide, super cook and absolutely nice person to be together with and we surly will recommend Emu Run Tours to all our friends.
Best wishes to you and love to Dan.
Reviewed by: Niels, March 2012


Hi,

I really enjoyed the tour. It was well planned, comprehensive and not too busy.

The biggest differece is the tour guide Jason. He is a gem - very humourous, sincere, good with people. He made all the difference.

I went on the Dec 22 tour.

Regrds

Subbiah
Reviewed by: Subbiah, January 2012


Reviewed by: Guesney, August 2011


The best ever Guide (Dan) in Australia ^^
Reviewed by: Guesney, August 2011


This tour was amazing! It was very active and fun, with tons of great and healthy food!
Reviewed by: Natalie, August 2011


We had a really good trip with Ryan as our guide. He drove well - important on those long distances - and cooked well - so we all enjoyed our food and had plenty to eat. He was a good guide showing us all the important features. We enjoyed the hikes, which were not too taxing (generally good fitness was enough) The campfires were good and sleeping in swags was good fun. We thoroughly enjoyed our t
Reviewed by: Lesley, August 2011


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