原價 每人 $460 FT 特價 每人 $415（8歲以上）
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第一天 Ayers Rock Resort/ Watarrka National Park(Kings Canyon)
PICK UP: Desert Gardens Hotel, 1:45pm*
The Outback. The Red Centre. Down Under. The Never Never. Australia’s rugged, rust-cloaked centre has gained itself a fair few monikers over the years, but you really need to travel in the region to appreciate its size and scenery. Following an early afternoon pick-up, we set out across the stark, dramatic terrain of central Australia. The Territory’ can be a pretty unforgiving place and, in cruising through this landscape, you’ll quickly understand how and why it became so engrained in the Australian psyche. Many early pioneers brought camels over to help them traverse what was then one great big unknown. Today you’ll have the opportunity to see Australia just how they would’ve. Our first stop for the day is Kings Creek Station, an authentic outback station. By late afternoon we will have arrived at our night’s secluded campsite located not far from Kings Canyon.
第二天 Kings Canyon, Kata Tjuta and Uluru sunset
It’s a 6 km walk around King’s Canyon (a route known as the Rim Walk), so it’s a pretty early start today. We set out after breakfast, before the day gets too hot. Learning from your guide about the area’s flora and fauna as you go, you’ll enter upon the Lost City – a solitary expanse peopled by craggy sandstone domes – then hike up the surrounding ridges for expansive views along the north and South Walls. The descent down into the Garden of Eden is pretty steep in parts, but well worth the effort. Getting back on the road, we’ll drive past the flat-topped rise of Atila (Mt. Conner) and the Curtin Springs Station Roadhouse before arriving at Kata Tjuta. We’ll spend some time here wandering around the site’s red rock domes on a guided walk, then finish the day toasting the outback’s famous Uluru sunset.
第三天 Uluru sunrise Ayers Rock Resort
You’ve already witnessed an Uluru sunset, but watching the sun rise up over the world’s largest rock is another spectacle altogether. Shade and shadow slide down the rivets lining its side and the colours of the rock itself seem to change. While spellbinding from a distance, Uluru is equally impressive checking out up close on an unguided morning walk around the base. Caves, springs, ancient rock art and a range of flora and fauna are all concealed in its folds, and early on in the day is the quietest (and coolest) time to see them. When you get back, an indigenous guide will give some background to the spiritual significance of the area during a cultural interpretive walk – a privileged insight into one of the world’s oldest remaining cultures. After a visit to the onsite Cultural Centre, the tour comes to an end in Yulara before lunch.