Alice Springs
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  • Alice Springs: Early Morning Hot Air Balloon Flight

    1. Alice Springs: Early Morning Hot Air Balloon Flight

    Your ballooning adventure begins in the cool pre-dawn darkness as you are picked up from your accommodation in Alice Springs. During the drive to the desert launch site you will get to know the crew as they make final weather checks and explain the routine for the morning. At the launch site gas burners are used to inflate the balloons just as the sun lights up the rugged MacDonnell Ranges. Once floating gently in the air you will appreciate the vast remoteness of the Australian outback. Wildlife, particularly big red kangaroos are seen nearly every day as the balloon floats above spinifex grasses, mulga scrub and cattle stations. After landing, enjoy a program designed to allow you a unique opportunity to experience the Australia bush. Most landings are in the desert, kilometers away from the nearest road. There is no traffic, no other people and no noise. The perfect place to enjoy a...

    Very well organised and a beautiful group of people who are happy to help you with any task.Totally recommended to everyone. My husband and my self we are love it . Thanks for very nice morning with glass sparkling wine

  • From Alice Springs: West MacDonnell Ranges Half Day Trip

    2. From Alice Springs: West MacDonnell Ranges Half Day Trip

    The panoramic landscapes of the West MacDonnell Ranges are extraordinary with their immensity and array of sunburnt oranges, maroons and purples. View spectacular outback scenery and take photos as you travel along through magnificent Outback Country, making stops at the many historic locations. Depart Alice Springs to explore The West Macs, stopping at the historical Flynn’s Grave Memorial, resting place of Reverend Flynn, founder of The Royal Flying Doctor Service. Next up, travel to Simpsons Gap, featuring towering cliffs and a permanent waterhole. The site is significant to the Arrernte people as the home of giant goanna ancestors. Take a walk to sport black-footed rock wallabies and take magnificent photos. Lastly, you will visit Standley Chasm. Traditionally known as Angkerle Atwatye, this is an important cultural place, sacred to womens’ dreaming in Aboriginal culture. Take a 0....

    Really felt it was value for the money ..the guide was a wealth of information...lovely country..

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What people are saying about Alice Springs

Very well organised and a beautiful group of people who are happy to help you with any task.Totally recommended to everyone. My husband and my self we are love it . Thanks for very nice morning with glass sparkling wine

Excellent service from driver Sheldon who was made to be a tour guide! The whole process through emails and pick up times was so professional. Recommend to do it was worth every cent!

Friendly, knowledgeable team who picked us up on time and made the whole experience absolutely awesome. I would recommend this team to anyone. Highlight of the trip

Really felt it was value for the money ..the guide was a wealth of information...lovely country..

Rob was very friendly and knowledgeable. we thoroughly enjoyed.