Tickets en Alice Springs - NT

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This 4WD Safari travels through the rugged Central Australian landscape and down the bed of the Finke River into Palm Valley.
See spectacular rock formations, white sands and an oasis of rock pools and palm trees. Some plants, such as the cycad and Livistona Mariae are known world-wide as relic plants and are unique to Central Australia.
Visit the spectacular rock formation known as the Amphitheatre. Enjoy an included picnic lunch in Finke Gorge National Park. Stop at Hermannsburg, an Aboriginal community and historic precinct which is renowned for its Aboriginal art collection and the works of Albert Namatjira (closed to tourists Christmas week).
On the return journey, relax and enjoy watching the changing colours of the magnificent mountain ranges in the afternoon light.

desde 127,08 €

Travel west from Alice Springs following the spectacular West MacDonnell Ranges. Our first stop is at Simpsons Gap with its beautiful red gums. Continue to Angkerle (Standley Chasm). Walk along the stony watercourse lined with cycads, ghost gums, cypress pines and acacias.

A light lunch will be provided before you depart for Alice Springs Desert Park. Explore the Desert Rivers, sand country and woodland habitats and discover many of the secrets of the Central Australian desert.

Visit the Nocturnal House and witness free-flying birds of prey in the nature theatre at the Birds of Prey Presentation. Afterwards you will be transferred back to Alice Springs.

Travel South from Alice Springs through the MacDonnell and James Ranges. Visit a camel farm where there is time to take a short optional camel ride (own expense) if you wish. Later stop at Erldunda where there is the opportunity to purchase morning tea. Pause to view majestic Atila (Mt Conner) before arriving at Ayers Rock Resort.

Meeting/ Pick up point:
Duration:6 hours
Start or opening time:07.30h
End or closing time: approximately 1:00pm
Includes:
- Luxury coach travel.
- Visit to a camel farm.
- View Mt Conner.

desde 135,08 €

Tour the sights of 'The Alice' including the historic Telegraph Station. Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service and learn how this marvelous facility operates to provide a 'Mantle of Safety' to the people of the 'Outback'.
Visit the School of the Air where sometimes you are able to listen to the children take lessons on air. At the Alice Springs Reptile Park you will see unique Central Australian reptiles, such as the Perentie Lizard and Thorny Devil.
Finish the day with panoramic views of Alice Springs and the ranges from the top of Anzac Hill.

desde 79,05 €

What could be better than aerial sightseeing of the amazing Alice? If you enjoy a good sunset then this is definitely the ultimate!
Your journey begins with a glass of sparkling wine in our air conditioned flight lounge before flying out across the MacDonnell Ranges - timed perfectly to ensure the best colours are seen.
Sightseeing in style and comfort you will have incredible photo opportunities and aerial views of sites which have special significance to the local Arrernte (Aboriginal) people. A unique and special experience, this is the perfect end to your perfect day!

You can hop-on and off at any of the 11 stops, sightsee, shop or grab a bite to eat and then hop back on again when the next bus comes along.

• Reptile Centre: Reptiles once ruled the earth and they are still a varied and fascinating group of animals. At the Centre, you can meet the rare and enormous perentie lizard with its striking markings, as well as bluetongues, bearded lizards and thorny devils. Many of the animals are screen stars too, having appeared in a range of films.
• Cultural Precinct: Science and art, ancient and modern, mingle at the Alice Springs Cultural precinct where you find an excellent arts centre, natural history museum, sculpture garden, sacred sites and aviation museum.
• National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame: National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame, Australia’s first virtual Women’s Museum, dedicated to preserving the place of women in history for their special contribution to Australia’s heritage.
• Road Transport Hall of Fame: If you’re a transport buff or vintage car enthusiast, this one’s for you. Find out all you want to know about road transport in the Northern Territory and enjoy the vast collection of vintage vehicles.
• Old Ghan Train Museum: Learn about the legendary Ghan transcontinental trains that ply between Adelaide, Alice Springs and Darwin. How did they get their strange name? Trivia fiends will probably know. You can find out here.
• Olive Pink Botanic Garden: Gardeners will love this place, with its fine collection of native trees and shrubs. There are some pleasant walks to nearby sacred sites and good viewpoints.
• Todd Mall: As well as being Alice Springs’ focal point and top shopping spot the Todd Mall area has plenty to offer visitors. There are tourist attractions such as Adelaide House and the John Flynn Memorial Church, plus Aboriginal art galleries and various forms of public entertainment.

The tour includes a short transfer from all accommodation in Alice Springs to Undoolya Station, only 17km east of the town centre.

This is the oldest working station in the NT and OQA are the sole operators on the station. The adventure allows a guided tour with commentary across the station over bush tracks, dry riverbeds, and beside mountain ranges. Wildlife is viewed at close proximity.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 110,07 €

Take a one hour tour on our gentle camels up close to the scenic MacDonnell Ranges through White Gums Station. See unique Australian animals such as kangaroos, birds and other native wildlife as you experience the true beauty of the Red Centre. As you settle in for a peaceful ride aboard our ships of the desert', you'll see the colours of the ranges deepen to a glowing red and the sky shift from cobalt blue to orange pink. Help feed the camels after the sunset ride. Join Pyndan Camel Tracks for an unforgettable experience in Alice Springs that will be the highlight of your trip.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 61,04 €

Experience the pulse of Australia! ''The Didgeridoo Show Outback'' has earned a reputation as one of Central Australia's most memorable live shows! Internationally acclaimed didgeridoo player and story teller Andrew Langford presents this ancient instrument with live percussion and spectacular sound and vision. A spellbinding musical and visual journey through the ancient landforms, history and space of Australia's Outback. Audience participation is welcomed and often the highlight of the evening. A truly unique experience! Complimented by a delicious pre-show dinner at the Red Ochre Grill Restaurant renowned for their unique use of Australian native foods and regional produce.

Meeting/ Pick up point: Red Ochre Grill Restaurant, Todd Mall, Alice Springs.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start or opening time: 6.00pm.
Includes: Dinner at Red Ochre Grill Restaurant, 1.5 hour show at Sounds of Starlight Theatre, Entrance Fees, 2 course dinner and 1 glass of wine or soft drink.

What could be better than aerial sightseeing of the amazing Alice? If you enjoy a good sunset then this is definitely the ultimate! Fly to Honeymoon Gap, along Mt Gillen ridgeline to Heavitree Gap, providing extensive views of Alice Springs as the sun sets over the desert ranges. Enjoy a glass of bubbles on your return to watch what is left of the sunset. Sightseeing in style and comfort you will have incredible photo opportunities and aerial views of sites which have special significance to the local Arrernte (Aboriginal) people. A unique and special experience, this is the perfect end to your perfect day!

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