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Ayres Rock Adventure Tours

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Advice on Ayres Rock Tours
5 years ago, January 23rd 2009 No: 1 Msg: #61069  
N Posts: 4
Hello

I\'m thinking of doing a 3 day tour from Alice Springs covering Ayres Rock, Kings Canyon etc

Anyone have any recommendations of good tour companies to use? I was thinking of Adventure Tours Australia

Is there anything interesting to see from Alice Springs to Ayres Rock? Or should I join a tour from Ayres Rock

Thanks
Ian Reply to this

5 years ago, January 31st 2009 No: 2 Msg: #61819  
B Posts: 211
I absolutely can't say enough great things about WAYOUTBACK tours. I did some real internet research before I went and they seemed to be exactly what I was looking for. It was the best trip I ever had. I did however want to camp....and also experience the real outback....not cruise from site to site in a huge airconditioned bus. Read my blog... Alice Springs and Uluru (Ayers Rock) are quite a distance from each other. Even though you do have the option of staying in either, I would recommend staying in Alice instead of Uluru because there is really nothing much in Uluru (its not a town). I was glad I picked Alice because I went on a few day trips and saw more that way. Reply to this

5 years ago, February 6th 2009 No: 3 Msg: #62453  
N Posts: 4
I did a trip called'Mulgas' which is organised through a hostel in Alice SPrings called Annies Place, its was one of the best experiencees I had in Oz and the hostel is fantastic too! Reply to this

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