Ayers Rock to Alice Springs 3-Day Camping Tour with Uluru image
Explore Australia's Red Centre on this 3-day camping tour departing from Ayers Rock and finishing in Alice Springs. You'll visit Uluru and embark on a base walk around the iconic Uluru before enjoying the stunning sunset. Rise early the next morning and watch an amazing sunrise before visiting Kata Tjuta for a hike through the red sandstone domes. On day three visit the fabulous Kings Canyon for a three hour hike before finishing in Alice Springs. You'll travel by a comfortable 21-seat air-conditioned bus, camp overnight in swags under the outback sky, and travel with an experienced guide.
Day 1: Uluru Base walk and Sunset (L, D)

You will be picked at the front of Uluru (Ayers Rock Airport) or the Ayers Rock Resort in Yulara from 12:00pm. Your first destination is Uluru. Take in the breath taking sight of Uluru the world’s largest rock. You then have time to complete an Uluru base walk around Uluru. See beautiful sites such as the Mala Walk, Mutijulu Waterhole and Aboriginal Cave Paintings. Spend the night at the Ayers Rock Campground with toilets and showers after having dinner watching the sunset over Uluru.

Day 2: Kata Tjuta & Uluru Sunrise (B, L, D)

Feel the spiritual significance on a guided walk through to the Valley of the Winds at Kata Tjuta. Be shown bush tucker along the hike before heading to the Aboriginal Cultural Centre where you can listen to tales from the 'Tjukurpa' Dreamtime. Spend the night at the historic Kings Creek Station with toilets and showers, 12.5-miles (20km) from Kings Canyon.

Day 3: Kings Canyon (Meals - B,L)

Enjoy a three hour guided hike through the sandstone domes of the Lost City. Visit the many Amphitheatres, North & South Walls and the beautiful Garden of Eden. Stop on the way home for an optional camel ride at the camel farm before heading back to Alice Springs. Get cleaned up and meet your guide for dinner and drinks (at own expense) at The Rock Bar at 7pm where your tour will end.

Greta G 2019-07-03

This tour is amazing. I have done the tour with Ben, he is really funny! I think this is the perfedt tour for discover the outback and sleeping under the stars and near the fire it is amazing

Michelle P 2018-12-31

I had a great time on this trip. It was incredibly hot in the desert but out guide Rob was super accommodating to this and really took care to ensure out safety. He also made a great meal for us on the first night. I would recommend to someone who isn’t afraid to get down and dirty and have a rewarding experience in nature.

Shwu Jen Y 2017-12-25

Jay is a good guide. He always suggest the best for our trip. Thank you!

Suong N 2017-09-14

Amazing tour! Nice hiking around Uluru, Mala Walk, Kings Canyon, Kata Tjuta, especially beautiful sunrise and sunset at Uluru, Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Awesome burning fire at night, cooking meals together and sleeping in the warm sleeping bags. Excellent, friendly and very helpful tourguide Reid. ^_^

Matthew M 2017-07-15

Andrew was an extremely knowledgeable tour guide who not only captured the geological history of the area but brought to life the cultural aspects of the area as well.

Haider M 2017-05-16

So it rained while we were out there and our driver/guide Ewell did all he could to make it an enjoyable experience. Although the rain did ruin a few things it was still an amazing experience. I got to see so much and do so much considering it was only 3 days. I got to learn a lot about the aboriginal homeland and about Uluru itself. It was quite exhilarating as there was hiking and some climbing to do.

At some point on the trip you will lose reception and not have it back for about a day and half. This is an amazing time to just reflect on life and log off from the online life.

Also a common question tends to be is what about insects and dangerous wildlife - the whole time I was there the biggest nuisance was flies. Just get a fly face net and you will be fine.

Deborah M 2017-03-27

This was such an amazing and unforgettable experience, from sunrise at Uluru and Kings Canyon to sleeping under the stars. My favourite tour so far! 10/10

KRAZYSweet34 2017-02-03

Amazing!!! A must do! Best trip ever! We were soooo lucky to have the most wonderful tour guide, Erica!! Enjoyed sleeping under the stars in a swag, helping prepare our meals over a camp fire for which we collect the firewood, disconnected from the rest of the world for over 24 hours -no internet/phone service...remarkable! Sure you get a bit dirty...red dessert sand on your clothes...but so what....it's the Outback!! I definitely recommend it over other tours that offer hotel rooms or champagne...ridiculous!
The sites are truly magnificent...even better than the pictures! Watching the sunset and sunrise at Uluru is awesome and the rock is truly fascinating, but you can skip the walk around it's perimeter...not that much to see and a bit tiring. Save your energy for the full hikes at Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon...words cannot describe how breathtakingly magnificent they both are!!!!
Some tips:
Pack light- simple comfortable clothes-a bag can be stored in the trailer during the day, but space is limited and you really don't need much
Wear hiking shoes and have flip-flops/slippers for showers and downtimes
Bring sunscreen, bug spray, a hat and face net many flies in some areas
Bring water container/bottles to fill up to 3 Liters for example 5 small or 2 large bottles you can refill from water cooler on bus
A smaller backpack is best for hikes to carry necessities - water, sunscreen, tissues, etc. but don't make it too heavy
You need a flashlight/torch, but I recommend a headlamp to keep hands free
There are no shops at Ayers Rock airport so bring all you need there is a convenience store at the gas station so be sure to get snacks/drinks at the first stop there is a cooler on the bus
Bring a constellation map for some starry night fun - I didn't have one and there is no internet service so I missed out on identifying awesome constellations and planets make sure to seek out the Southern Cross Crux!
Ensure your camera has plenty of storage, the sites are unbelievable!!
Join the group for dinner and drinks at the Rock Bar in Alice Springs - great discount price for good food! And lots of fun to recap with your team!! :
Great priced souvenirs in Alice Springs.

Truly remarkable experience!!

ju_woo 2017-08-05

The trip was well planned - lots of activities were packed into the 3 days. We had a great time. But just to make sure you are well prepared for this camp trip. It's not a luxury trip. If back packing is what you are looking for, then this is the one for you :- . For the 2 nights camping, there is no tent. It's just an Aussie Swag, and a sleeping bag if you rent one. The 1st night was very good even with the sleeping bag and I didn't get any sleep I asked other people in the group, and most people couldn't sleep.

Agathe Z 2017-01-24

This tour is well planned: activities and some free time to cool down by the pool yes there are pools in the camp grounds where you will be staying! We were a small group of 10 persons, this was great!
We did a hike a day, the landscapes are beautiful and it was not as hard as expected.
The only thing that could be improve is the food gestion. We throw out so much food what a waste!
Also a piece of advice, bring A LOT of insect repulsive and maybe avoid drinking to much water from the tab, we had a few sick people after 3 days!


  • 2-nights camping
  • Transport by air-conditioned bus
  • Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off


Terms & Conditions

    If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
    If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
    If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.

Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Please bring a small bag, sturdy walking shoes, a torch, a hat, sunscreen, 2 water bottles, towel, swimmers, toiletries, camera and sunglasses. Warm clothes for the winter and comfortable light fitting clothes for the summer
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking