5 Day - Adelaide to Ayers Rock (Uluru)
The Rock Tour "5 Day Adelaide to Uluru" includes the Greyhound bus from Adelaide to Alice Springs which goes daily, 1 nights dorm accommodation at the YHA Alice Springs when you arrive. Followed by the 3 Day Rock Tour camping trip to Ayers Rock (Uluru) the Olgas (Kata Tjuta) & Kings Canyon (Watarrka) and 2 nights camping out under the stars in a swag.
If you would like to break up the Greyhound Bus trip you can stop off at Coober Pedy for 1 day and 1 night. Ask us about the underground Hostel and the Opal mining tour available as part of a Coober Pedy Stop over (see the 6 Day Adelaide to Uluru package for more details).
5 Day Adelaide to Ayers Rock (Uluru)
$655 + $25 Uluru Park Fee = Total $680
Day 1 & 2: Greyhound Bus
Depart from Adelaide Bus Station - Franklin Street Adelaide at 6:00pm and arrive in Alice Springs the next day at 2:30pm. The Greyhound Bus Station in Alice Springs is directly at the front of The Rock Tour Office.
When you arrive in Alice Springs you can enjoy the afternoon checking out the local attractions. Enjoy 1 nights accommodation in the Alice Springs YHA (6 share dorm) which is located a 2 minute walk from the Alice Springs Greyhound Station.
Day 3: Kings Canyon (L, D)
You will be picked up from your accommodation at 5:30am, first destination Kings Canyon. Enjoy a 3 hour hike through the sandstone domes of the Lost City. Visit the Amphitheatre, North & South Walls and the beautiful Garden of Eden. Next stop, Curtin Springs where we set up our bush camp. Your guide will prepare a healthy camp-oven dinner. Relax around the fire then curl up in your cozy swag under a million stars.
Day 4: Kata Tjuta & Uluru Sunset (B, L, D)
Feel the spiritual significance of the Valley of the Winds at Kata Tjuta. See lots of bush tucker along the hike before heading to the Aboriginal Cultural Centre where you can listen to tales from the Dream time. We spend the evening enjoying dinner at the spectacular Sunset over Uluru. Witness the awesome sight of Uluru changing colour. We spend this night at the Yulara resort campground.
Day 5: Uluru Sunrise (B,L)
Take in a memorable Uluru Sunrise over the World’s Largest Rock. You then have time to complete an Uluru Base Walk around Uluru. You will see beautiful sites such as the Mala Walk, Mutijulu Waterhole and Aboriginal Cave Paintings. You will arrive back in Alice Springs at approximately 5:30pm. Back to civilization, get cleaned up and we meet later for dinner and a couple of beers in an The Rock Bar.
Have extra time in Alice Springs ask us how to see what everyone misses!
Day 1 & 2 - Greyhound Bus. Departs Adelaide Daily from the Greyhound Bus Terminal at 6:00pm and arrives in Alice Springs the next day at 2:30pm. (Please Note the Greyhound pass is only valid one way)
Day 3 - The Rock Tour picks up from your Alice Springs accommodation at 5.30am daily.
We supply: All meals as stated, transport, air conditioned comfortable 21 seat buses, fun and experienced tour guide, swags and camping equipment.
Extra Information: Uluru Park Fee is $25 for Adults and $12.50 for Children under 16 years old. We have summer sleeping bags (November - April) and winter sleeping bags (May - October) warm and cosy -10 degree rated. You can hire a Sleeping bag for $20 per person.
Terms: When you arrive into Alice Springs off the Greyhound please call into The Rock Tour Travel Shop - 78 Todd Street to confirm your tour booking and get 30 minutes FREE Internet.
Cancellation Policy: The Rock Tour reserves the right to amend itineraries, change carriers & apply surcharges without notice. It is strongly recommended that you have your own personal travel insurance. Cancellation fees are charged at 100% within 24 hours from departure, 50% if between 24-48 hours and 25% at all other times. We accept no responsibility for any injury, illness or other such accident sustained while on tour. We accept no liability for lost or stolen property. There will be no refunds in case of mechanical breakdown or weather conditions and we cannot guarantee pick up & drop off times. Customers need to be aware that we operate in extreme temperature and remote areas and act according to instructions from our tour guides.