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About 3-Day Uluru-Kata Tjuta And Kings Canyon 4WD Small-Group Eco-Tour From Alice Springs

Book Direct with the Owner at 3-Day Uluru-Kata Tjuta And Kings Canyon 4WD Small-Group Eco-Tour From Alice Springs with Accommodation in Brisbane in Alice Springs, for all your Attraction and travel needs.


Day 1: Alice Springs to Kings Canyon Resort

Pass By: Kings Canyon, Kings Canyon, Red Centre, Northern Territory
Departing Alice Springs at 2pm, we leave the tar and hit the dirt travelling directly to Kings Canyon via the four wheel drive Ernst Giles Road, 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.

Meals included:
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Hotel Accommodation (standard and deluxe available).

Day 2: Kings Canyon to Uluru

Pass By: Kings Canyon, Kings Canyon, Red Centre, Northern Territory
Following 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 3 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.

Pass By: Kata Tjuta - The Olgas, Kata Tjuta Rd, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872 Australia
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.

Pass By: Uluru Rd, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872 Australia
We make our way to Uluru-Kata Tjuta NationalPark, stopping at Willonga Well for lunch under the shade of mighty Desert Oaks with perhaps a glass or two of wine.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Hotel accommodation (standard and deluxe available).

Day 3: Uluru to Alice Springs

Pass By: Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Red Centre, Northern Territory
We depart the Resort under darkness to a remote location to witness sunrise over the mighty monolith of Uluru and the domes of Kata Tjuta. Then we will experience the wonderful walks around the base, learning of the creation myths and fascinating geology of Uluru.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
No accommodation included on this day.
  • Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays
  • 2x Breakfast
  • 2x Dinner
  • 2x Lunch
  • Accommodation included: 2 nights
  • Accommodation as per itinerary
  • Alice Springs airport or hotel pickup and drop off
  • Local guide
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Child rates are based on traveling with 2 adults. One child permitted in existing bedding
  • Please note: Children must be between 10-12 years of age to attend the Sounds of Silence dinner
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
Traveler pickup is offered
We can also pick up guests from the Ghan Rail Terminal. Guests are required to call our Reservations Team (1300 551 510) during business hours 48 hours prior to departure to confirm pick-up location and time.


  • Alice Springs Airport, Alice Springs, Northern Territory Australia

If you cancel at least 30 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
If you cancel between 14 and 29 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
If you cancel between 8 and 13 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 75 percent cancellation fee.
If you cancel within 7 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.

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4.5 based on 8 reviews

  • Susan M 5
    01 Jun 2021

    Robert and Holly our tour guides met us with enthusiasm, friendliness and a great group of fellow travellers. First tour around The Rock. Knowledge and love of the rock and the indigenous people shone through Robert's presentation and guided walk around the rock. Holly there to support him in every way. Following this we take off for drinks and nibbles while watching sunset over The Rock. Nothing shoddy about the drinks, nibbles and the Sunset was amazing!!! Then off to our camp site. Dinner was amazing! Robert and Holly cooking the most amazing meal. We all bonded over dinner then set to clean up and all muck in. The camp fire was great. Cabins are as basic as u get but clean, tidy and comfortable. Four days together and new friends made all thanks to Robert and Holly their enthusiasm and cooking abilities as well as knowledge of their job was second to none. Highly Recomend these guys.

  • DMHHDE 1
    02 Jul 2020

    In January we booked Wayoutback's higher quality 3day Outback Tour aimed at the 40plus market. We were really upset with not just the tour yet also the poor response of the management to provide any type of reimbursement after a written complaint. I really would urge you to think seriously about booking with this company. They just want your money and will employ staff who have no care for the trip. Here are my main concerns why: Tour guide: Unenthusiastic attitude, he rushed parts of the tour and made no proper greeting or introductions to bond the group at first meeting him. His initial comments were that he 'was tired as he had been up since 4am'. He mostly drove with his music on not engaging with us ‘passengers’ in the back as he once described us! He was basically 'coaching' us around with no tour guide skills. Worker based at camp: Dreadfully rude in attitude. No introduction whom she was.The advertised ‘Dining experience’ on the first night was a joke. I hadn’t even got off the bus when all i heard was her saying ‘Ok, dinner is ready, hurry up otherwise it will get cold!' She wanted us to rush so she could finish her shift. She conveyed an underlying anger and resent for her guests as if we were a nuisance for her and in her way. She moaned to the other colleagues that she had 10days working without a break which we could all hear whilst having our 'dining experience'. The food was cheap and poor quality, all bought from a discount store. Whilst eating, the workers sat separately as we tried to bond as a group. We felt like herded animals. On the first 'lunch' in 40 degrees, we had to ask for something cold to drink and when we found some ice in the freezer, were told it was ‘strictly’ not to be used! We were then given one bottle of the cheapest squash to drink along with a warm glass of apple juice. The 'Nibbles and Cava' experience over a sunset Uluru was basic compared to what we saw other groups having. Tents were dirty and there was no explanation of H&S issues at all - ie, what we should do in an emergency, snake bite, etc. On asking the 'Guide' where he would be contacted in such an emergency, he responded ‘in a snag somewhere away in the far distance!’ His attitude to snakes was that he is ’not afraid of them.' He shook off my genuine concerns as stupid and as if i was not masculine enough to tackle a snake like him. The showers and toilets on the second camp were broken, one shower head was defect. The privacy curtain was pulled off the outside toilet, the other toilet had no light working. They mix the 'Backpacker Tour' with the 'High end' tours due to low numbers yet there is absolute no difference in service or standards or explanation and no refund given to those who pay for the higher end tour. Basically they just 'bung you all together' and you're left wondering why you paid so much more money for a backpacker tour than the person sitting next to you who got a last minute deal to fill spaces. The poor state of the 4WD van that the guide tried to dress over stating that it was 'quirky' with 'lots of experiences behind it' and called ‘Ralph’ really meant that it was just a banged out motor! Seriously..?! A van called Ralph..? Maybe a 5year old would have laughed yet his poor attempt to explain why we were not in a quality 4WD made matters worse. There was no 'Air Con' properly working as it kept turning off as the vents were all broken. The journeys were long, noisy and hot and it felt as if you were herded in a cattle truck. The 'Sunrise Tour' of Uluru turned into a 'Sunset' tour as the 'Guide' drove us to the wrong lookout point, (i.e. the evening one!) We were the only group there and he sat miserable in the van at 5am not talking to us. He was always the lone driver and constantly tired as having to get up at 4am to start the breakfasts, etc. With such long distances to drive in an old clapped out 4WD, H&S issues are a big concern here. We were all worried that he could fall asleep at the wheel. I could go on yet have run out of space to type here. Don't book with them. They're rogues.

  • NLcycle 5
    02 Jan 2020

    We had a great tour with Wayoutback, with our guide Rhett. He was so much fun, and very knowledgeable. We happened to have a tour with just the two of us, which was obviously very pleasant. We made some nice trips to the highlights, not too short, not too long. Rhett was a perfect guide.

  • KathrynCo 5
    15 Aug 2019

    After some research I chose wayoutback when organising my tour to visit Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon for myself and my daughter. I have no regrets as the tour exceeded my expectations. From the beginning the staff were brilliant- answering all my questions quickly and efficiently. We were lucky enough to have Clint as our driver/guide for the 3 days and he added a whole new dimension to the tour with his knowledge.

  • Ambassador730438 5
    13 Oct 2018

    We did not really know what to expect but signed up to this camping trip with an open mind. It turned out to be the highlight so far of our holiday and the tour guide, Phill is an absolute legend. It's not "glamping " and everybody chipped in with the chores, collecting firewood, preparing food and generally keeping the camp in order under the direction of Phill. It was all really well organised and Phill made sure everything ran like clockwork. The remoteness and isolation is something you rarely get the opportunity to experience and should not be missed. Uluru, Kings Canyon and the night sky are all epic. Phill was enthusiastic, informative, knowledgeable, entertaining and instilled confidence in the group. He worked so hard to make sure that everyone had the experience of a lifetime.

  • ulrik S 5
    26 Oct 2018

    I forbindelse med vores 3-ugers rundrejse i Australien, havde vores rejseselskab My Planet, anbefalet denne 3 dages Outback Tour med udspring i Alice Springs . Vi var så privilegerede at vores unge 28 årige turguide, Phill (Phillip?), var en af de mest dedikerede mennesker vi nogensinde har mødt. Den meget autentiske indlevelse i at viderebringe historien om Uluru, Aboriginals og alt hvad der omhandler Ayers Rock mm, inklusive det at være vores chauffør i en 21 personers 4WD bus, vores "Swagbuddy", Vores kok, vores Hike-Guide og meget andet, har givet os en fantastisk og uforglemmelig oplevelse som vi vil huske på resten af vores liv KÆMPE STOR TAK TIL PHILL

  • Su B 5
    15 Oct 2018

    Proprio i 3 giorni che mi aspettavo, dormire sotto le stelle accanto al fuoco, con guide preparate e piene di entusiasmo. Chilometri su strade sterrate, sveglia prima dell’alba e poi tutti al lavoro per preparare i pasti.Grazie a Phill e Maddie per la loro attenzione, per averci guidati nella stupenda scalata di Kings Canyon e per avermi convinta a dormire nello swag! Un ricordo emozionante

  • _geertsmans 5
    15 Aug 2018

    Heel fijne driedaagse met slapen onder de geweldige Australische sterrenhemel. David als uiterst toffe gids/chauffeur die perfect op de groep kon inspelen. Aanrader !


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