Red Centre Escape
Alice Springs Return
- Six nights in premium accommodation
- The services of a Travelmarvel Tour Director
- 11 meals - 6 breakfasts and 5 dinners
- Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service Tourist Facility and the School of the Air in Alice Springs
- Be thrilled by the acclaimed Field of Light installation at Uluru
- Marvel at the sunrise at Uluru and take a guided tour around its base
- Embark on the Kings Canyon Rim Walk and enjoy a special sunset experience at Kings Canyon’s Light Towers
- Visit magnificent Standley Chasm in the West MacDonnell Ranges
Map & Itinerary
- Itinerary, hotels and inclusions are subject to change
- Prices include transfers as per itinerary
- Price is for land only. Flights not included
- Combine with the Top End Escape for a Northern Territory Escape, refer Trip code: TMAD13
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Arrive Alice Springs, Standley Chasm
Be met on arrival into Alice Springs. Nestled between the MacDonnell Ranges, this iconic outback town is the geographical centre of Australia, made famous by its rich pioneering history and enchanting ancient Indigenous culture. Venture out of the town to visit the spectacular Standley Chasm, where you can wind through the striking gorge between towering rock walls. This evening, enjoy a Welcome Dinner with your fellow travellers.
Stay: Alice Springs, Crowne PlazaDaily :
Alice Springs, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
This evening, be thrilled by the acclaimed Field of Light, which has delighted visitors since April 2016. With more than 50,000 solar-powered stems, covering the area of seven football fields, the exhibition is aptly named Tili Wiru Tjuta Nyakutjaku or ‘looking at lots of beautiful lights’.
The Australian outback comes to life today as you travel through rugged landscapes to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. First viewed by Europeans in 1872, Uluru is one of Australia’s most famous and sacred sites. During a visit to the park’s Cultural Centre, you will learn about Anangu culture and the park’s natural environment. Afterwards, enjoy your Insider Experience before heading back to your hotel for a delicious dinner.
Stay: Two Nights, Uluru, Ayers Rock Resort, Desert Gardens HotelDaily :
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Early in the morning, marvel at the magnificent sunrise over Uluru and take a guided tour around the base of this famous monolith, viewing ancient caves and fascinating Indigenous rock art sites.
Enjoy your Insider Experience very early this morning. In the afternoon, travel to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). Take in panoramic views of the domes and walk into Walpa Gorge. Tonight, perhaps treat yourself to an evening of magic under the sparkling outback sky at the optional Sounds of Silence Dinner (additional expense).Daily :
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Kings Canyon
A special experience awaits at Kings Canyon’s Light Towers, a collection of 69 two-metre towers which transform colour as a celestial soundscape sets the scene. Enjoy delicious canapes and drinks before wandering among the spectacular installation as the sun sets over the ochre landscape.
Travel to Kings Canyon, in the heart of Watarrka National Park, for an afternoon walk along Kings Creek to the canyon’s floor. Savour an Insider Experience before enjoying dinner at your resort this evening.
Stay: Two Nights, Discovery Resorts - Kings CanyonDaily :
Embark on the Kings Canyon Rim Walk. On this challenging hike, venture around the rim of the canyon’s incredible sandstone walls, then after reaching the lookout, be rewarded as you marvel at the spectacular views of the canyon itself. About halfway along is the Garden of Eden, featuring a waterhole and bright riverine vegetation.
Spend the morning on an Insider Experience. In the afternoon, you may wish to partake in an optional Karrke Indigenous experience (additional expense).Daily :
Kings Canyon, Alice Springs
Visit the world's largest classroom. Covering more than 1.3 million square kilometres, Alice Springs School of the Air has been bridging education gaps caused by remote locations and providing schooling to children at cattle stations, roadhouses, Aboriginal communities and national parks with daily lessons since 1951.
Take a tour of the Royal Flying Doctor Service Tourist Facility. Sit inside an RFDS aircraft, see historic radios used by the doctors and discover how the doctors operated in 1928. With no navigational aid and no radio, the first flying doctor, Arthur Affleck, operated using only a compass and map.
Return to Alice Springs for an exciting day of Insider Experiences. This evening, enjoy a Farewell Dinner with your new-found friends.
Stay: Alice Springs, Crowne PlazaDaily :
Depart Alice Springs
After breakfast, enjoy a morning at leisure before transferring to the airport for your onward flight.Daily :
Everything was wonderful. There were great sight seeing trips and the guides were very knowledgeable.