Rock-to-Rock Tour (Uluru) NT Australia

Rock-to-Rock Tour (Uluru) NT Australia

Uluru (Ayers Rock) Tours

Sleep under the stars, eat, trek, explore, meet the Aboriginal people and make new friends. Get ready for the Australian outback and an unforgettable camping experience like none other. Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a classic example of beautiful Australian outback and an unforgettable camping experience.

Camping Experience

Uluru tours focus on providing a hands-on, adventure, camping experience. We will be providing you with all the camping equipment you need as well as good food, transportation and a well experienced and knowledgeable tour guide. We’ll visit all the best locations such as Ayers Rock (Uluru), Kings Canyon, The Olgas and the West MacDonnell Ranges and a few other secret locations in between.

Kings Canyon

Scale the towering Kings Canyon to catch the sunrise across Watarrka National park in the NT. The Park covers 71,000 hectares (274 square miles).

Aboriginal Meeting Place

Uluru is literally an ancient aboriginal meeting place, where nomads came to share and learn. Although centuries have passed, in many ways this ancient tradition remains strong with thousands of visitors from all over the world, visiting here to share with each other this remarkable region.

We Provide

Meals and  Equipment, The Best Itineraries, Knowledgeable Tour Guides,10% Profits to Charity, Vegetarians OK Hot  showers & toilets Air-Conditioned Vehicle Small Group Travel.

We’ll visit all the best attractions; Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and Kings Canyon in Wattarka National Park.  We will be travelling in small groups, camping in swags around open campfires and creating amazing memories and making new friends.


Camping in swags, visit all the best highlights, breakfast, lunch and dinner Vegetarians catered for, Uluru sunrise and sunset, optional Field of Lights, park fees included in price,8 – 60 + age group, Knowledgeable and  experienced tour guide, Air-Conditioned Vehicle and most importantly a 100% Outback Experience.

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