About the Package



What’s included: Our 5-Day Uluru Tour Package includes 2 nights’ stay at Jump Inn in a dorm room, plus a 3-Day Uluru Tour of your choice.


Who is it for: This package is designed for young travellers and couples who want to have the ultimate outback experience. You’ll visit both Alice Springs, the gateway to the Red Centre, as well as the iconic sites of Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. 


What you will visit: Your 3-Day Uluru Tour of choice will take you to the spectacular Uluru & Kata Tjuta National Park, where you’ll admire both sunset and sunrise, walk around the base of Uluru and through the famous Valley of the Winds walk at Kata Tjuta. You’ll experience sunrise at Kings Canyon and a walk along the canyon rim. Your experienced tour guide will tell you all about the deep significance and spiritual meaning of these lands to Australian Indigenous cultures while explaining the geological history behind them. 


*Your two nights stay in a dormitory can also be upgraded with a fee;

          1. A double private room with shared bathrooms for $75

          2. A double private room with en-suite for $125

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Departs Tuesday to Sunday 

What’s included:
2 nights’ stay at Jump Inn
3 Day Uluru Tour with Mulgas
Entry Ticket to Uluru & Kata Tjuta
Camping Equipment
Meals & Snacks
Free Camel Ride
Pick-up & drop-off at Jump Inn




Departs Daily 


What’s included:
2 nights’ stay at Jump Inn
3 Day Uluru Tour with The Rock Tour
Entry Ticket to Uluru & Kata Tjuta
Camping Equipment
Meals & Snacks 
Pick-up & drop-off at Jump Inn



What you need to know…

  • All tours cater for special dietary requirements but you must enquire upon booking. 

  • During the tour, you will be sleeping outside in a swag. A swag is a large sleeping bag made from strong canvas, suitable for sleeping outdoors, with a sponge mattress inside providing warmth and comfort.

  • You will need a sleeping bag, too. You can either bring your own one or hire one from the tour provider for an extra cost. 

  • You will need to bring: large bottle of water (at least 3L per person), good walking shoes, hat & sunscreen, towel & toiletries, travel pillow. Water will be provided during the tour but you need to bring your own water bottles. 

  • The temperatures in cooler months (May to August) can drop to around 5ºC so be prepared for chilly nights.


About Uluru & Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park covers 1,326 square kilometers of land and is home to two of the world’s most iconic rock formations:Uluru, the largest monolith in the world also known as Ayers Rock, and Kata Tjuta, whose Aboriginal name means ‘Many Heads’ referring to its 36 domed rock formations. 

Made of arkosic sandstone, Uluru rises 348 meters above the desert floor (higher than the Eiffel Tower) and has a circumference of 9.4 kilometers. The origins of Uluru and Kata Tjuta date back to about 500 million years ago, around the same time the Australian continent was formed.

Both rock formations still have significant meaning to Aboriginal people, representing an important focus for their spiritual life. Uluru is a sacred site and the Anangu people (its original owners) ask visitors to respect their culture by not climbing the rock. The park is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Area for both its natural and cultural values. Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park are situated 450km South-West of Alice Springs, approximately a 4 and a half hour drive. 

For more Uluru tours and activities, please check our Uluru Experience page. 

For bookings & more information, please contact our Reception on 08 8929 1609 from 7am-8pm daily or enquire via email at stay@jumpinnalice.com