Alice Springs is widely considered to be the spiritual heart of Australia, with rivers and ranges millions of years old and an ancient Aboriginal culture rich in art and story. Visit the spectacular gorges of the East and West MacDonnell Ranges and encounter the array of galleries, museums and sculptures offering a unique experience of Aboriginal art, culture and heritage. Discover the Red Centre, a hub for Aboriginal art, pioneer history and quirky outback events like the Henley-on- Todd Regatta. See Uluru-Kata Tjuta on a camel or Harley
Davidson or with a gourmet dune top dinner. Explore Kings Canyon, Simpson Desert and Devils Marbles on journeys like the Red Centre Way, Larapinta Trail and Explorers Highway.

INCLUSIONS

  • Accommodation for 3 nights in double occupancy
  • Return airport transfers
  • Visits as per itinerary
  • 1 lunch

Not included: International/domestic flights and airport taxes • Gratuities to hotel personnel, guides and drivers • Optional excursions • Beverages unless noted in the itinerary

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DAY 1 ALICE SPRINGS


Arrive in Alice Springs and transfer to your hotel with the rest of the day at leisure.
Accommodation: Alice Springs for 3 nights
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DAY 2 ALICE SPRINGS


Your tour today will visit the highlights of Alice Springs including the Flying Doctor Service, the Alice Springs School of the Air, the Aboriginal Cultural Museum and the Alice Springs Telegraph Station.
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DAY 3 ALICE SPRINGS


It’s an early start this morning as you commence a West MacDonnell Ranges and Desert Park Tour. Travel west from Alice Springs following the spectacular MacDonnell Ranges. Pass by the Royal Doctor Service you saw yesterday before heading to Simpsons Gap, well known for its friendly rock wallabies. Walk alongside the picturesque riverbed before entering Angkerie (Standley Chasm). As you walk through the chasm along the stony watercourse, you’ll see cycads, ghost gums, acacias and cypress pines. Enjoy a light lunch. On the return trip to town visit the Alice Springs Desert Park where you will witness free-flying birds at the Nature Theatre presentation and see rare and endangered animals. (L)

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