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.

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Alice Springs Desert Park
1 Alice Springs, Desert Park is an unforgettable experience for every tourist who visits "Alice". You will discover many secrets of the Aboriginal culture and desert life from the many guides and locals. Take a walking private tour and see three desert habitats; the woodland habitat, sand country and desert rivers.  You can learn about hundreds of species of animals and plants found in central Australia.  This is a must do and see tour.      
Karlu Karlu The Devils Marbles
2 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.  This Devils Marbles guided tour is unforgettable when you see the sun set on these stones and the beams of light shine.
Alice Springs Reptile Centre
3 On a guided tour to the Alice Springs Reptile Centre, you will see the largest reptile exhibitions Central Australia.  The displays hold an extensive range of reptiles including frill-neck lizards, thorny devils and Saltwater Crocodiles.  The lizard collection hosts geckos from two regions of Australia and the famous pythons can be viewed in their handling session.  The daily shows are very informative and lots of fun.    
Larapinta Trail
4 The Larapinta Trail will take you through theWest MacDonnell Ranges from Alice Springs to Mount Sonder which is the highest peaks in Australia’s Red Centre.  One of the world's best long distance walks the trail unveils the example of and ancient landscape sculptured over decades by climate.  The views and ridge lines are second to none with dry river valleys and lush gorges this sightseeing tour is fantastic.      
West MacDonnell National Park
5 The West MacDonnell National Park private guided tour will show you the spectacular and vast region of the MacDonnell Ranges.  See the fantastic example of ancient landscapes bored from the earth over thousands of years.  The scenic gorges that double as hideouts for animals and plants alike can be spotted everywhere.  A lot of these strange animals are relics from years gone by but still surviving in this idyllic park.     
Kings Canyon
6 Kings Canyon (Watarrka National Park) in Australia's Northern Territory, sitting at the western tip of the George Gill Range.  Take a guided tour and see this ancient formation of tall red rock faces surrounded by palm forests.  The sandstone walls were formed over millions of years, and the plant life living here are very rare and unique to this area.  Home to many Aboriginal people for over 20,000 years this history in this area is staggering.  

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