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Maximum group size: 6
Day 1 - Alice Springs to Kings CanyonDeparting Alice Springs at 2pm, we leave the tar and hit the dirt travelling directly to Kings Canyon, visiting varying sights along the way. On arrival at Kings Canyon Resort, check in to your 4 star hotel room and, time permitting, we will enjoy a sparkling wine with a selection of canapés whilst watching the amazing sunset on Carmichael Crag at the western end of Kings Canyon. Tonight, enjoy a sumptuous dinner at the Resort’s restaurant.
Included meals: Dinner
Day 2 - Kings Canyon to Kata Tjuta and UluruFollowing breakfast we take a short drive to Kings Canyon for an early guided walk. The Rim Walk is botanically and spiritually rich, combined with astounding scenery such as the buttressed domes that surround the Amphitheatre, the Lost City and Garden of Eden. The walk takes approximately three hours requiring a good fitness level and for those wanting a softer option, there is the shorter and easier Kings Creek walk leading into the centre of the Canyon. Following the walk we make our way to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, stopping at Willonga Well for lunch under the shade of mighty Desert Oaks with perhaps a glass or two of wine. On arrival at the National Park, it’s a good time to stretch the legs at Kata Tjuta with the Walpa Gorge ‘Windy Gully’ walk, suitable for most fitness levels. Arriving at our hotel, there’s time to prepare for the evening activities and for those partaking in the Sounds of Silence Dinner (optional and additional expense), you’ll be picked up from the hotel while the rest of us find a remote location to observe the famous changing colours of Uluru and Kata Tjuta at sunset, accompanied with canapés and wine or cool refreshments. After sunset we return to the hotel for a beautiful three-course dinner and chat about the day’s events.
Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 3 - UluruWe depart the resort under darkness to a remote location to witness sunrise over the mighty monolith of Uluru and the domes of Kata Tjuta. Guests electing to climb Uluru will be given a breakfast box and taken directly to the base to commence their 2 - 2.5 hour climb (weather permitting) while those not climbing will return to the hotel for breakfast. Anangu discourage people from climbing Uluru. We will rendezvous with guests who climbed Uluru to experience the wonderful walks around the base, learning of the creation myths and fascinating geology of Uluru. For those departing from Ayers Rock Airport / Resort, your guide will deliver you by 12.30pm and for those returning to Alice Springs, we commence our journey back, stopping at Curtin Springs Station for a typical Aussie BBQ lunch. We will deliver you to your Alice Springs hotel at approximately 5.30pm after three days of stunning beauty and adventure. *Lunch on Day 3 is only provided for passengers returning to Alice Springs.
Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch