Excursión de 5 días a Uluru (Ayers Rock) y Kata Tjuta 4WD

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Territorio del Norte, Australia

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5 días (aprox.)
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Descripción general

Acampe en el Outback en este tour de 5 días por el Centro Rojo de Australia, que sale de Alice Springs. Viaje en un vehículo 4WD a Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (Olgas), Kings Canyon y West MacDonnell Ranges. Nade en los pozos de roca, realice caminatas guiadas y vea los monolitos al amanecer y al atardecer. En una visita a la Comunidad Aborigen de Oak Valley, serás testigo de antiguas pinturas rupestres y escucharás narraciones de guías aborígenes. Disfrute de comidas en fogatas y duerma bajo las estrellas en campamentos privados en este tour para grupos pequeños, limitado a 16 personas.
  • Recorrido en 4x4 por 5 días desde Alice Springs
  • Mira a Uluru (Ayers Rock) cambiar de color al atardecer y ver la salida del sol sobre Kata Tjuta
  • Visita la comunidad aborigen de Oak Valley y nada en piscinas rocosas
  • Observe las antiguas pinturas y esculturas rupestres, y admire la impresionante West MacDonnell Ranges
  • 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.
  • Disfruta de cenas en fogatas y duerme bajo las estrellas en los campamentos de Bush
  • El tour en grupos pequeños con un máximo de 16 personas brinda una experiencia más íntima.
Viaje de Alice Springs al Centro Rojo de Australia en esta expedición de 5 días para acampar. Recorra a lo largo de las pistas de arbustos todo terreno en su vehículo 4WD, hecho a medida para el terreno accidentado del Outback. Explore los emblemáticos monumentos naturales de los parques nacionales Uluru – Kata Tjuta y Watarrka, junto con West MacDonnell Ranges en este tour para grupos pequeños con guías informativas.
Pasará tres noches acampando en carpas permanentes con camas, almohadas y ropa de cama y una noche acampando en un cómodo botín (cama de campamento resistente al agua) en un campamento privado. Disfrute de la cena cocinada en la fogata, escuche historias de Dreamtime y duerma bajo miles de estrellas en el magnífico cielo del desierto.

Itinerario

Día 1 Alice Springs - Uluru (L, D)
Al salir de Alice Springs temprano y brillante, salimos a la carretera en nuestra aventura de nuestra vida (para aquellos que comienzan la gira en Uluru, lo recogeremos del Outback Pioneer Hotel o del aeropuerto). Nuestro viaje comienza en dirección sur a través de Waterhouse y James Ranges, con una parada en Camel Farm para un paseo en camello si lo desea (gastos propios). Visitamos Mount Ebenezer Roadhouse, donde puede ver o comprar artefactos aborígenes. Deténgase para ver Atila (Monte Connor), una meseta de la mesa y la primera formación rocosa significativa de nuestro viaje.

Después de una parada para almorzar y nuestra llegada al Parque Nacional Uluru-Kata Tjuta, viajamos a la base de Uluru, donde su guía lo llevará en un paseo interpretativo, escuchando la ley y la religión aborígenes (Tjukurpa). Continuando, nos reunimos con nuestro guía aborigen local, quien brindará una experiencia cultural indígena auténtica y única en la vida con un paseo interpretativo a Mutitjulu Waterhole, donde escuchará las historias de paisajes únicos, arte y cultura de los conserjes locales, el pueblo de Anangu. . Concluimos en el Centro Cultural, donde puede explorar las exhibiciones y aprender sobre la flora y la fauna de esta área única.

Experimente los famosos colores cambiantes de Uluru al atardecer, lejos de las multitudes, con vino espumoso y bocadillos. Es un buen momento para descansar y contemplar el día y la inmensidad del desierto. Después, instálese en nuestro remoto campamento privado, con nuestra exclusiva experiencia gastronómica Endless Star, antes de retirarse a su botín bajo el increíble cielo nocturno o su cómoda tienda de safari con camas.

Pernocte: Camping en el Parque Nacional Uluru – Kata Tjuta.

Día 2 Uluru - Kata Tjuta - Estación Kings Creek - Kings Canyon (B, L, D)
Después de ver el amanecer sobre Uluru y Kata Tjuta desde un puesto de observación cerca de nuestro campamento, es el desayuno y luego a Kata Tjuta para una caminata de 7 km a través del magnífico "Valle de los Vientos". Después de un almuerzo pausado, viajamos a Kings Creek Station para el campamento remoto de nuestra segunda noche. Nuestro campamento privado en Kings Creek está a millas de distancia de la multitud, que es donde la sensación de "wayoutback" realmente comienza a afianzarse. Después de una cena de fogata, es hora de descansar y dejarse fascinar por el cielo de la tarde.

Pernocte: Camping en Kings Canyon.

Día 3 Kings Canyon - Glen Helen (B, L, D)
Esta mañana, realice una caminata guiada para ver las imponentes paredes, grietas y mesetas de Watarrka (Kings Canyon). Visite el Anfiteatro, la Ciudad Perdida y el tranquilo "Jardín del Edén". Después de Watarrka, viajamos en 4WD a lo largo de la famosa Mereenie Loop Road, donde serás sacudido y no agitado. Observe la vida silvestre en el camino antes de llegar a nuestro campamento permanente en Glen Helen, cerca del impresionante pozo de agua que los propietarios tradicionales de esta tierra creen que es el hogar de una antigua y poderosa serpiente arco iris.

Pernocte: Camping en Glen Helen.

Día 4 Glen Helen - West MacDonnell Ranges (B, L, D)
Pasa hoy explorando las poderosas gamas de West MacDonnell. Viajando a Ormiston Gorge, mantén los ojos bien abiertos para ver a Perentie Lizards descansando en las orillas y nadar en los hoyos de roca. Camine por la "Caminata de la goma de los fantasmas", un bucle de 1,5 horas que ofrece vistas a través de la majestuosa Garganta de Ormiston, antes de seguir el sendero a medida que desciende cerca de la garganta y a lo largo del suelo rocoso y el Ormiston Waterhole.

Viajamos a los pozos ocres, un sitio sagrado registrado que ofrece una experiencia única para ver el depósito ocre que los propietarios tradicionales todavía utilizan hasta el día de hoy. Vea los ocres naturales que han proporcionado materiales para los pueblos indígenas durante miles de años.
Luego, viajamos a Ellery Creek Big Hole, uno de los lugares más pintorescos para nadar y caminar en West MacDonnell Ranges. Rodeado por altos acantilados rojos y la arena Ellery Creek, el pozo de agua fue excavado por miles de años de inundaciones masivas y es un sitio geológico de importancia internacional. El agua permanente aquí lo convirtió en un lugar de reunión especial para la gente de Arrernte y conocido como Udepata.

A última hora de la tarde iremos en 4WD a nuestro remoto campamento de arbustos. Esta noche es solo el grupo y lo salvaje, brindando una gran oportunidad para mirar las estrellas lejos de las luces de la ciudad desde la comodidad de tu botín.

Pernocte: Camping en West MacDonnell Ranges.

Día 5 West MacDonnell Ranges - Comunidad aborigen de Oak Valley - Alice Springs (B, L)
Después de un abundante desayuno cruzamos la famosa Reserva Owen Springs, nuestro destino es la inspiradora comunidad de aborígenes de Oak Valley. Pase tiempo con los propietarios tradicionales explorando la tierra, pruebe su suerte en el lanzamiento de Boomerang, vea antiguas pinturas y tallas de arte rupestre y obtenga una experiencia personal de la profunda comprensión que tienen los propietarios de este entorno remoto prístino.

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stevedolphin
, mar 2019

In spite of some mobility issues, my wife agreed to this because she knew how important it was to me to have a genuine outback experience. We knew that it would be hot and that one night we would not have the luxury :) of a tent. Even though we took face netting, we were not prepared for the black flies which are always around during the summer and, per our guide, worse than ever this year. They swarmed us every time we were outside. Fortunately they rested at night allowing us to as well. We are almost 70 so every thing took a greater toll on us. The younger folks took it better in stride. Take away 15 degrees and the flies and our trip would have been marvelous. We knew that we couldn't handle the long steep walks so we settled for shorter more level options. The tour company was great. Our first tour guide got sick and they replaced him with one that we all fell in love with. After two hot nights and three scorching days with flies we left the tour with the three day crowd. Facing two long walks on day four, it seemed our best option. We went back to Alice Springs booking two more hotel nights. The tour company worked with us and adjusted the day 5 itinerary to pick us back up for that days activities . The food was far better than we expected and the small group allowed us to get to know everyone. If you are young and/or energetic, do the 5 days but pick a cooler time. If you are old sissies like us, take the 3 day at a cooler time. Loved the company, guide and the experience .

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Lukas M
, oct 2018

Good tour were you visit beautiful spots and a nice guide. But we had some rain and the 3. campsite (were we stayed 2 nights) was not set up for that. The tens were already wet and were leaking during the night. Also the “beds“ were very uncomfortable. You rather sleep on the floor.The tour was adviced 5 days but we were back at noon, so it were only 4 1/2.

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Chris T
, abr 2018

DO IT! This is one of those things that you don't want to say I wish I would have... Of all of the incredible and beautiful things that we saw, did, experienced, 2 things stand out. The morning of the last day was spent with Rhonda and Johnny, an indigenous couple that showed us how their people gathered food honey ants, grubs, wild onions to feed their people. An eye opening experience to be sure! The other thing was our guide Joe. Joe was great! Very knowledgeable, very helpful with everything and anything that happened, and he had a good feel for the mixture of our group. None of the chosen activities was out of reach of anyone in our group. Joe is the cosmopolitan dude he's as comfortable in bush sleeping on a swag as he is in a tuxedo conversing with intellectuals. Thanks Joe.
Bottom line...DO IT!

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remgen65
, oct 2017

Saw so much on this tour and the experience of camping under the stars in this environment was awesome. Our guide was very good not only in leading the tour but in preparing meals. Some of the 'walks' advertised were much more strenuous than anticipated so you need to check in with guide ahead of time to ensure you should be doing them. I managed and it was well worth it. The best day was spent with a language group chief who shared her culture.

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madel51353
, jul 2016

The tour was excellent. I liked the small group and the choice of places we visited. Our guide, Danny was super. I thought that the lunches could be better, the sheets made into sleeping sacks for easier insertion into the sleeping bags, and slightly more cleanliness in the dishware. However, we were camping and the group we were with was SUPER!

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flashfasterthanlightning
, may 2016

This trip is a must for anyone visiting the Aussie Bush! Our tour guide Adz and his assistant K were perfect. They both had a great knowledge of the Bush and the Aboriginal people and made the trip even more fun. The trip is fast paced but that is unavoidable.

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Elizabeth B
, feb 2016

Great experience, impressive landscapes and Aboriginal sites adventurous to sleep in tents and swags again, well informed guide: on culture, history and geology - also an excellent cook and highly efficient.

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Jacob M
, feb 2016

A great trip from start to finish. A small group of 16, myself 24, one other English traveler 28, two younger couples 28-30 and then everyone else in couples 40-65. Mostly Eastern European's Swiss, German, French. The group really bonded and by the end of the 5 days it was sad to say goodbye. The sights are great, but the group dynamics made the trip equally fantastic.
So many fantastic sights, Uluru Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta The Olges, Kings Canyon, Ormiston Gorge, all equally fantastic. Everyone knows about Ayers Rock, but the other sights are equally fantastic and not to be missed, this trip takes you to all. Final day, the opportunity to meet an local Aboriginal and have a guided tour of their land, very interesting and informative.
Nick, the guide, had excellent knowledge, was extremely friendly and with limited cooking resources, prepared some fantastic and delicious evening meals.
Accommodation is, for the first three nights, the option of permanently erected tents and the last night is a swag under the stars. There is basic shower facilities at campsites, which do the job required.
Some early starts to allow you to complete the walks in the cooler part of the day, but the early start is more than worth it for the fantastic parts of land that you walk on and views that you see.
All in all, a brilliant trip from start to finish, and is well worth going on to see the centre of Australia!

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Anne S
, sep 2014

I really enjoyed this tour and would happily recommend it. Our tour guide was wonderful and kept everyone happy with his enthusiasm, consideration, knowledge of the sites we visited, pleasant disposition, plus his organisational skills generally.
We helped with food prep, clean up, firewood collection but nothing too onerous. We stayed at simple but well maintained private camp sites. 3 of the 4 had permanently erected tents, while on the last night we slept in swags under the amazing night sky.
The group was made up of mixed nationalities and ages, and this worked well - I was a little concerned that I would not be fit enough (in my fifties in a sedentary job) but I managed the walks OK and I enjoyed the company too.

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Bear Bouncer
, dic 2013

This trip was over the top....GREAT! It couldn't have been any better. Our guide, Jenner (sorry dude if I mispelled your name!), was exceptionally knowledgeable about history, geology, indigenous cultures, dream stories, plants, animals and birds. He is also an exceptional cook, cooking our healthy and fresh dinners over a nightly campfire. Jenner truely loves being a guide, cook, safe driver, and sharing his love and knowledage of the outdoors and of this particular part of the world....the Australian Outback, with fellow travellers. Jenner has a keen respect and knowledge of the aboriginal cultures. There were 13 fellow participants on this trip and we all felt the same way....it was a super special experience and Jenner had a lot to do with making that happen. Options were always provided for participants regarding length of hikes; accomodating everyone and being safe too. I just can't say enough about this trip, the tour company (Way Outback Adventures...I met the owner and told him how fortunate he is to have such a superb guide/driver), our guide Jenner, the accomodations (swags or tents), the quality of the food, and the itinerary. THANK YOU ALL FOR MAKING THIS AN ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC TRIP!


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