Start : At 8.00 AM
Duration : Thirty Six Hours
Promotional Price : AUD $ 4,980.00 per seat till 31 March 2024
Overview of the tour:
Alice Springs to Uluru Private Charter Two-Day Tour is an excellent opportunity to explore the panoramic desert landscapes of the region, passing through the beautiful MacDonnell Ranges. Along the way, the bus will stop at Erldunda (home of the Emu) Roadhouse for a break. Then, we will continue through the ever-changing landscape and reach Uluru. Once we arrive in Uluru, your tour group enjoy the three different guided tours: First, you will start with Mala Walk. After Mala Walk, you will continue to Lungkata Walk. After finishing two walks you will do the Kuniya Walk. Kuniya walk goes towards Mutitjulu Waterhole. Mutitjulu Waterhole guided tour- You’ll hear stories of local traditions and learn how the Anangu people traditionally used the waterhole for hunting. Our next attraction will be the Aboriginal Cultural Centre. After the cultural center visit, you will get ready to see the sunset. After enjoying the sunset we will drop you at your hotel in Uluru.
On the early morning of the second day, we pick you up from your hotel and take you to the park to see the sunrise. Then we will continue towards Kata Tjuta (Olgas) for a beautiful Walpa Gorge walk: guided walk. Your tour group will enjoy the environment's stunning domes of Kata-Tjuta, see the wildflowers (depending on the season), and marvel at the views of the open plains on the return walk. Then, we will leave from the Uluru-Kata Tjuta site and head back to Curtain Springs. We organise a special meal from Curtain Springs restaurant for you. Then we are heading from Curtain Springs to Alice Springs and will drop you back at your hotel.
Alice Springs to Erldunda Road House Bus Ride
You will explore the panoramic desert landscapes of the region, passing through the beautiful MacDonnell Ranges. Learn the natural and geological history of the region, as well as the unique Australian desert flora and fauna, and hear about the traditional customs and beliefs of the local Aboriginal people. Experienced guide/ driver will explain the formation of geology in Central Australia and other social cultures about land, flora, and fauna.
Short break at Erldunda Roadhouse (home of the Emu)
Erldunda Desert Oaks Resort is your haven for relaxation, exploration, and everything in between Uluru and Alice Springs. We will facilitate you to get up and enclose Emu. You will get a chance to feed these fascinating animals. You may buy something to eat or get a coffee at your own expense.
Erldunda Road House to Uluru Bus Ride
You will continue to enjoy the landscape, wild animals, and desert experience throughout the journey.
Mala Walk at Uluru National Park: Guided Tour
The Mala Walk is one of the region's most prominent and famous activities. It is a 2km return journey that takes about an hour, making it perfect for walkers of all levels. As well as exposing yourself to the incredible backdrop of Australia’s Red Centre, there is plenty of wildlife and natural scenes to spot along the way. Numerous native species call the area home, and there are some beautiful natural structures to admire. In addition to that, you will listen to Mala story and about Mala people.
Lungkata walk at Uluru National Park
This idyllic track runs right next to Uluru, providing many opportunities for you to touch the rock and feel its textures. The area is also home to thousands of birds.
Connecting the Kuniya walk with the Mala car park, the Lungkata walk is one of the most geologically impressive and visually diverse sections of the Uluru base walk.
There are sections where the sides of Uluru slant down to meet the path. Here you’ll encounter spectacular elevated caves and crevices – carved by millennia of wind and water erosion – which are home to thousands of birds.
This walk will teach you about Lungkata (the cheeky blue-tongue lizard man) and why Tjukurpa teaches us to not steal from others. As one of Uluru’s first visitors, Lungkata discovered the hard way the dangers of climbing Uluru. Your tour group will enjoy the walk alone.
Uluru – Mutitjulu Waterhole: Guided Tour
Kuniya Walk heading towards Mutitjulu Waterhole. Mutitjulu Waterhole is home to a Wanampi, an ancestral water snake, surrounded by beautiful scenery and shaded by the impressive height of Uluru; Mutitjulu Waterhole boasts many things to do in and around its perimeter. Besides viewing Uluru and learning about the rock’s history at the Cultural Centre, you can also get to know the watering hole and discover some real-life stories from some people who have been a part of the landscape for millennia. You will further enjoy ancient caves containing rock art that the Anangu people used in the past, whose ancestors are still alive today.
Aboriginal Cultural Centre
The Cultural Centre was created with the help of the local Anangu people using around 90,000 mud bricks. The sacred site it is built on has special meaning to its traditional owners. Here, you will have time to learn about the local Pitjantjatjara people and buy souvenirs. You may grab something to eat at your own expense.
Sunset at Uluru
You can relax with a glass of wine as the sun sets over the western horizon and the evening sky brings out the many shades of colour for which Uluru is renowned. The most popular viewing platform to watch the sunset from is Talinguru Nyakunytjaku. The 360-degree lookout point provides views of both Uluru and the nearby Kata Tjuta.
From here, you can watch the performance from one of three shelters. Alternatively, there are two exposed viewing platforms and a few kilometers of walking track you can meander down to find the perfect spot to watch from. Though it gets busy, you’ll be able to find your slice of quiet paradise to watch the sunset from. Wherever you are you’ll have an uninterrupted view of Uluru and Kata Tjuta as they undergo their evening transformation.
Sun Rise At Uluru
Early morning we pick you up from your hotel and take you to the Talinguru Nyakunytjaku sunrise viewing point in the national park. This is the main Uluru sunrise viewing spot, complete with walking tracks, platforms, and shelters. After finishing the sunrise lookout we take you to Kata Tjuta.
Kata Tjuta (Olgas) for a beautiful Walpa Gorge walk.
Your tour group will enjoy the walk to the environment's stunning domes of Kata-Tjuta, see the wildflowers (depending on the season), and marvel at the views of the open plains on the return walk. Walpa Gorge is a natural creek that carves its way between the two tallest domes of Kata Tjuta. The path folds out in a rocky formation and follows a 2.6-kilometer return route that takes you directly through the rugged walls of the landmark.
Keep your eyes peeled for rare plant species as you pass groves of vibrant spearwood and reach the designated viewing platform between the domes of Kata Tjuta. At the end of the Walpa Gorge walk, we return from Uluru National Park to Curtain Springs.
Stopping for a meal at Curtain Springs restaurant
Curtin Springs is a very special part of Central Australia, owned by a family who have made this remote place their home. We organise a special meal from Curtain Springs restaurant for you. This is a very important place for all visitors. The Australian Tradional Resturent. Like many Central Australian cattle stations, Curtin Springs saw many changes in the early years. The land at Curtin Springs was first taken up by Paddy DeConnley in the 1930’s with a sheep stock and was known as Mt Conner Station. In 1940 it was leased to Abraham Andrews, who wanted to call the property ‘Stalin Springs’ after Joseph Stalin of Russia. Because his sons objected, it became known as ‘Curtin Springs’ after the late Honourable John Curtin, the then Prime Minister of Australia.
Let's enjoy a meal at Curtain Springs. We organise a beautiful meal for you.
Bus ride Curtain Springs to your hotel
We will start our return journey from Curtain Springs and head back to Alice Springs. You can relax and enjoy the scenery, and we will drop you back to your hotel.
• Experienced and friendly guide
• Commentaries from the licensed guide
• Air-conditioned Toyota Hiace bus provided
• Complimentary water provided
• Hotel pick-up and drop-off
• Cool sandwiches are provided before starting walks.
• Steak and Chips at Curtin Springs
• All Entrance fees
What to Bring:
• Sturdy walking shoes
• Sunscreen, hat, and comfortable clothing
• Jacket in cooler months
• Smile and happy faces
• Food and drinks other than those listed
• Accommodation not included
• No wheelchair accessible
• Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
• Not wheelchair accessible
• Most travelers can participate
• This tour/ activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers
• Food and Accommodation not included