8 Day Red Centre Deluxe Escape

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$2,799
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$4,937 PP
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8 Day Red Centre Deluxe Escape

✓ Incredible sightseeing. Travel to the West MacDonnell ranges, experience the majesty of Uluru, tour Kings Canyon, witness the Field of Light and relax in style in your desert oasis
✓ 7 nights 4 star accommodation split between Alice Springs and Uluru
✓ Return airport transfers
✓ Alice Springs to Uluru coach transfer
✓ Daily breakfast
✓ Day tours to experience West MacDonnell Ranges, Uluru, Kings Canyon and the Field of Light
✓ Transportation included as per the itinerary
✓ In depth sightseeing as per itinerary

 

8 Day Red Centre Deluxe Escape

✓ Incredible sightseeing. Travel to the West MacDonnell ranges, experience the majesty of Uluru, tour Kings Canyon, witness the Field of Light and relax in style in your desert oasis
✓ 7 nights 4 star accommodation split between Alice Springs and Uluru
✓ Return airport transfers
✓ Alice Springs to Uluru coach transfer
✓ Daily breakfast
✓ Day tours to experience West MacDonnell Ranges, Uluru, Kings Canyon and the Field of Light
✓ Transportation included as per the itinerary
✓ In depth sightseeing as per itinerary

 

From PP Twin Share

$2,799
SOLO
$4,937 PP
Product Awards Accredited Travel Agent
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