Tour de acampada 4x4 de 4 días de duración: Uluru, Kata Tjuta y Kings Canyon

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Territorio del Norte, Australia

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4 días (aprox.)
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Inglés y 3 más

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Explore el Outback australiano en un viaje de campamento de cuatro días que lo llevará a lugares emblemáticos del Centro Rojo, como Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (Olgas), Kings Canyon y West MacDonnell Ranges. Comience el recorrido en Alice Springs o Ayers Rock y viaje con su guía experto en un vehículo 4WD. Camine, nade y duerma en un botín o tienda permanente debajo de las estrellas en un tour de grupos pequeños que está limitado a 16 personas para una experiencia más personalizada de la impresionante Australia Central.
  • Tour de 4 días por Uluru, Kata Tjuta y Kings Canyon desde Alice Springs o Ayers Rock
  • Mira a Uluru (Ayers Rock) cambiar de color al atardecer, y ver la salida del sol sobre Uluru y Kata Tjuta
  • Realice caminatas guiadas por Uluru, el Valle de los Vientos, Watarrka y Ghost Gum Walk, y aprenda sobre las tradiciones aborígenes con su guía y anfitriones.
  • Nadar en piscinas de roca en el MacDonnell Ranges
  • Disfrute de cenas en fogatas y duerma bajo las estrellas en los campamentos del interior.
  • El tour en grupos pequeños con un máximo de 16 personas brinda una experiencia más íntima.

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Annika F
, ago 2018

From day to day the trip is getting better and better. The guide was really nice and especially the camp next to the kings canyon is a must!

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Alan Edward P
, sep 2017

This is a camping tour so be prepared to rough it. Our tour guide Karla did a wonderful job with a huge amount of responsibility looking after 21 people, driving the 4WD, cooking meals and visiting all the sights that was promised. There is a lot a hiking involved mostly over uneven surfaces and steep canyons Kings canyon, Ormiston gorge. Watching the sunset at Uluru Ayres Rock sipping champagne with crackers and dip was really special. The shower and toilet facilities ranged from pleasant at Uluru to primitive on the 2nd night on a cattle property with hot water achieved by collecting firewood and no shower curtain. Be prepared to have to collect firewood and endure dusty campsites. The air-conditioner in the bus was not working properly therefore sitting in the back seat in 35 degree temperatures on the way to Uluru was not pleasant at all. This tour is quite an adventure and I would strongly recommend booking into a good hotel with a big, comfortable bed, hot showers and a good restaurant at tour's end.

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Juergen F
, jul 2017

It was a great experience, the best Guide ever had: Deon!
The only concern, the sleeping bags - not good enough against the cold nights.

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Chad C
, dic 2016

The itinerary was perfect, and our guide was incredible. From the pickup to the drop-off, these folks were friendly and all was comfortable. In terms of going into a hot desert, it's hot! It's a desert! Understand your not in Shangrila. It was accommodating, comfortable, and very educational. We loved the many water holes to swim and cool off. I highly recommend WayOutback as your tourism guides.

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bluey
, dic 2016

An excellent outback experience as promised, and all round. The whole experience, not just Uluru, KataTjuuta and Kings Canyon, was beyond expectations. Just returned from last trip of the year before the temperatures really hit tops, and although it was already hot, Joe, our guide made sure the walks were done before the heat cranked up. Wonderful walking, great long drives in the 4wd, wonderful bird life, and the camping experience was truly outback. Our group was mixed in age range but Joe made sure walking and climbing abilities matched the options. A great guide.
I was hoping for down to earth outback everything, and that's what Wayoutback delivered. Great praise from me and I'd certainly recommend this 4 day trip. Kings Canyon and its walks was especially fascinating, perhaps more so than Uluru, and the final day was
heaven swimming in the gorges and just gradually coming back down to earth.
This is a truly magical experience on a number of levels. Fully recommended. Didn't want to leave the Red Desert. It has a way of getting into you. I'd just like more time to absorb it all.

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bluey
, dic 2016

An excellent outback experience as promised, and all round. The whole experience, not just Uluru, KataTjuuta and Kings Canyon, was beyond expectations. Just returned from last trip of the year before the temperatures really hit tops, and although it was already hot, Joe, our guide made sure the walks were done before the heat cranked up. Wonderful walking, great long drives in the 4wd, wonderful bird life, and the camping experience was truly outback. Our group was mixed in age range but Joe made sure walking and climbing abilities matched the options. A great guide.
I was hoping for down to earth outback everything, and that's what Wayoutback delivered. Great praise from me and I'd certainly recommend this 4 day trip. Kings Canyon and its walks was especially fascinating, perhaps more so than Uluru, and the final day was
heaven swimming in the gorges and just gradually coming back down to earth.
This is a truly magical experience on a number of levels. Fully recommended. Didn't want to leave the Red Desert. It has a way of getting into you. I'd just like more time to absorb it all.

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jeanievan
, sep 2016

What a GREAT trip! If you are visiting Australia dont miss going to the Red Centre! It was an out of this world experience.

There are many highlights on this trip the hikes in the areas of Uluru, Kata Tjuta, and Kings Canyon are spectacular. A moderate to good level of fitness will be beneficial for the hikes, but there are many opportunities for less strenuous hikes that . Most days we would hike for three to five hours, have a nice lunch, drive in 4WD style to the next camp site. The drive was enjoyable while we listened to Outback history and stories, looked for animals in the wild horses, camels, dingos, kangaroos, birds, etc. and stopped to forage for firewood. The guide Nat Marshall was outstanding and made Aborigine history and culture, geographical highlights, and Australia history come to life.

One of the best parts of the trip for me was camping out in a swag an Australian bedroll under the bedazzling stars. That experience has a way of putting everything in perspective no matter who you are. I also loved the Dutch Oven dinners and eating by the camp fire. You will meet some great people on this tour as well! I hope to have visitors to the USA from Australia, Germany, The Netherlands, and England soon!

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Jan Dunlap
, sep 2016

So much fun sleeping in a swag, under the stars, in the Australian outback!

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Herman L
, jun 2016

It was an amazing experience to take part of this tour! A must see when you visit Australia. We have seen so many beautiful landschapes. It was like walking trough a postcard. I would recommend this tour.

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Sandy T
, may 2016

I went to the red centre of Australia at the wrong time right in the middle of summer with sweltering heat and flies getting into every orifice. Despite that, I had a great time and most of it due to the tour.

The guide was excellent. He cooked good food despite being in the middle of the outback, drove safely and always on time. The highlight of the trip was that we got to sleep outside underneath the moonlight in our swags.


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