Alice Springs Tour Ideas
Join our one-hour camel tour during your stay in Alice Springs. Camel rides in Alice Springs are a great family-friendly activity. This gentle camel ride starts from the camel farm at Pyndan Camel Tracks located 20-minutes by road from Alice Springs. Once on the back of your camel, your experienced guide will lead you into White Gums Station following a flat clay track along an avenue of Iron Bark and Mulga trees before climbing a slight incline for sweeping views across the MacDonell Ranges– a great place for a photo on your camel. Along the way, spot kangaroos, wallabies, birds and other wildlife. This is a great experience for ages. Free transfers from outside your hotel's reception departs 30 minutes prior to tour.
A trip down the Canning is like nothing you could ever imagine. One solitary set of wheel tracks setting out across the Great Sandy Desert eventually connecting with Wiluna, 2000-kilometers to the south making it the longest and most remote stock route in the world. It is a place of great natural beauty, with land systems ranging from spinifex plains to wetlands, dune systems, desert oak forests, spectacular ranges and escarpments and salt lakes. It is also the longest heritage trail in Australia, containing Aboriginal rock art galleries, lonely graves of stockmen and explorers, and the series of wells that punctuate the route. Some of these have been restored, and good water can be obtained. This is a fully catered expedition. The Canning today is one of the worlds greatest 4X4 adventures that combines a rich cultural heritage, extraordinary natural history, and an exciting remote area tour.
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