Lose yourself in the unspoiled majesty of the Northern Territory, a place rich in Aboriginal history and rugged, natural beauty.
An ancient land of deep story-telling and mystical beauty awaits as you embark on a challenging trek through remote ridges and canyons before embracing the tranquillity and indulgence of a world-class luxury lodge with unsurpassed views of the many colours of Uluru.
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Over 6 days and 5 nights, explore on foot this stunning scenery of contrasts - vast flood plains, rocky outcrops, high ridgelines and ancient landscapes – as you walk the West MacDonnell Ranges led by your guides from Australian Walking Holidays.
This desert walk is enhanced with comfortable, exclusive, semi-permanent wilderness campsites with hot showers, large kitchen and heated dining area.
The Larapinta Trail will delight the wilderness lover and challenge the seasoned hiker.
Located in the southern part of the Northern Territory, Uluru (Ayers Rock) is located 450 km (280 miles) drive south west of Alice Springs. Uluru is one of the great natural wonders of the world and will entrance you with its changing colours and mystical ambience.
Luxurious, eco-sensitive and romantic, Longitude 131° is sited to face the majestic Uluru and is the ultimate, exclusive Australian outback experience. This is the spiritual and geographical heart of Australia. Longitude 131°’s 15 luxe elevated pavilions have unsurpassed private views of Uluru.
Australia’s answer to the Okavango Delta, Bamurru Plains, a ten-room wilderness camp on the Mary River floodplain exudes ‘Wild Bush Luxury’ bringing a touch of style to one of Australia’s richest bird and wildlife experiences in a remote and extraordinarily beautiful region.