Estos son los tours más populares de 1 a 3 días para los alrededores de Alice Springs. Resérvalos online o ven a la recepción, estaremos encantados en ayudarte a reservar tu viaje de ensueño.
West MacDonnell Ranges
The East and West MacDonnell Ranges stretch out for hundreds of kilometres on both sides of Alice Springs, with the West MacDonnell National Park extending for 161km west of town. The mountain range contains many spectacular gaps and gorges and the entire landscape is alive with Dreamtime stories and living Aboriginal culture. Let the beauty of West MacDonnell National Park draw you in!
Palm Valley 4WD
A maze of sandstone amphitheatres, pinnacles and gorges, home to the Red Cabbage Palm after which the valley is named. Palm Valley is part of Finke Gorge National Park which is located 138km west of Alice Springs and its last 16km of the road are limited to 4WD vehicles only.
Get ready for a great adventure in the Red Centre of Australia!
Visit the spectacular Rainbow Valley with an expert Aboriginal guide who will explain its significance for the local Arrernte people. Enjoy the scenic sandstone bluffs and cliffs in the soft light of the morning or at sunset. An easy but exciting day trip from Alice!
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Listed as the number 1 thing to do when visiting Alice Springs, The Kangaroo Sanctuary may well be the highlight of your trip to Australia. Wander through a stunning wildlife reserve, hold and feed baby kangaroos and listen to the stories of Brolga, your passionate guide and founder of the Sanctuary.
Hot Air Ballooning
Enjoy the desert at dawn in all its spectacular beauty and changing colours as you float in a hot air balloon across the remote open spaces of the Australian outback. Admire the MacDonnell Ranges while experiencing the breathtaking feeling of flying over Australia’s red heart.
Alice Springs is home to many Aboriginal Art Galleries. From well know artists such as Barbara Weir, Minnie Pwerle and Albert Namatjira to not so well-known artists and newcomers.
Get inspired by styles and symbols of the Central and Western Desert people.
A Day in Alice Springs
The area is known as ‘Mparntwe’ to its original inhabitants, the Arrernte people, who have lived in the Central Australian desert for thousands of years. The name of Alice Springs was given by surveyor William Whitfield Mills who named the town after Alice, Lady Todd, wife of the telegraph pioneer Sir Charles Todd.
Filled with unique art, cultural heritage and breathtaking scenery in every direction, Alice Springs is a small jewel in the middle of the desert.