See Australia’s Beating Heart Alice Springs on Private Tour
See Australia's beating heart Alice Springs on Private Tour. When this city may not win any beauty pageants there is a lot more to see and do here than meets the eye.
Primarily know for is distinctive red dirt roads this is the place to see galleries of beautiful Aboriginal Indigenous art, cultural museums or just kick back and have a tinny with the local’s.
The beautiful mountain ranges are a sightseers dream; Alice Springs is the base in this area for many outback guided tours. Backpackers descend on the city before heading out for their bush tours.
Visit the Devils Marbles, Larapinta Trail and the Kings Canyon just some of the unique hot spots to visit here. A hub for backpackers wanting to go on walkabout, Alice Springs has informative guides and unique tours for every traveller to try.
Take an escorted private tour to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and see the red mountains its just spectacular and a total one-off trip.
Alice Springs Awesome Top Things to See and Do
The Beautiful Mountain Ranges Are a Sightseers Dream, Alice Springs Is the Base in This Area for Many Outback Guided Tours.
Karlu Karlu or The Devils Marbles is sacred to the Aboriginal People and is a remarkably spectacular site a must do private tour on your holiday.
On your guided private tour see the breathtaking scenery and the piles of huge granite boulders precariously balancing on top of each other, they are a total wonder. The Aboriginal artwork centuries old dotted around the site is just remarkable.
This Devils Marbles guided tour is unforgettable when you see the sun set on these stones and the beams of light shine through its jaw-dropping.
Travel Tips for Alice Springs
Peak Season in Alice Springs is in April to May where the weather is tolerable for sightseeing. From September through to November it is usually dry, so keep that in mind before you book your Private Tours as it is likely that you will get a better deal depending on your travel dates. Because these periods in the year are usually very busy with holiday seasons it is always better to pre-book everything before you go.
You need to budget approximately $125 per day for both accommodation and food, remember your tours will be extra. Dormitory beds range from $25–40, and you can get food on the go for $15–25. Public transport is excellent here, but it is as cheap to hire a tour guide with transport for any bush journeys or tours. As with other holiday destinations you get what you pay for so if your budget is tight stick to it if you can.
Visitors to Australia who do not require a visa in advance of arriving are Australian and New Zealanders everyone else needs a visa. The security in and out of Australia is very strict so please note fill in all the documentation correctly and be HONEST as the smallest thing can stop you entry into the country. Be aware of your surroundings, drifting off or losing your guide could be disastrous here especially in the outback.
Alice Springs experience's a temperate climate with very mild winters. It has plenty of blue sky and sunny day per year. The average temperatures from June to August is around 9 degrees while maybe not perfect for lying in the sun it is tolerable for sightseeing. The summer season, however, boasts hot hot hot conditions with temperatures reaching into the 70's so bring your sunscreen and lots of it.