Uluru and the Olgas tour in Australia
Witness sunrise and sunset over Uluru on a three day extension tour that includes an exclusive campsite in Watarrka National Park and a cultural walk with an Aboriginal guide.
Alice Springs guided walk through Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) Uluru at sunrise cultural walk with an Aboriginal guide Kings Canyon rim walk Red Centre sunset
US $1175US $940ToUS $1285US $1126excluding flights
Description of Uluru and the Olgas tour in Australia
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We travel in purpose-built vehicles that are the most modern, energy efficient vehicles currently operating in the region. We are actively reducing carbon emissions and their negative impact on the environment. The Isuzu 500 series engine produces 2090kg less CO˛ than the 2006 model. As an example, when this is multiplied by six vehicles per year at 60,000km per year the result is approximately 12 tons less CO˛ per year. © Copyright images: Jeremy Simons, Samantha Ohlsen & Sarah Howarth.
This short but adventure-filled trip gives you an opportunity to experience the beautiful landscapes of Central Australia while learning about the local indigenous Aboriginal tribes.
This operator is also ROC Tourism Accredited. The Respecting Our Culture (ROC) Program is a tourism industry development tool designed by Aboriginal Tourism Australia (ATA) and administered by Ecotourism Australia. The ROC program was produced through an extensive and ongoing national consultation by ATA with Indigenous communities, industry stakeholders and tourism operators. ROC embraces national accreditation standards to ensure tourism experiences meet customer expectations in a professional and sustainable way. It also encourages the industry to operate with respect for Indigenous cultural heritage.
For accommodations, we stay in permanent tented sites, which are often leased from local land owners. This supports the local community and gives them a steady source of income. While in national parks, we inform our passengers about the importance of staying to the trail as not to disturb the fragile rock formations. We also collect any litter we see along the way.