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14 Day Uluru & Kakadu Dreaming

14 Day Uluru & Kakadu Dreaming

14 Day Uluru & Kakadu Dreaming

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$4,587 USD pp

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$3,899 USD BOOK NOW
Single Traveller
$4,587 USD
Deposit

$99 pp available

✓ Small group tour, no more than 20 guests 
✓ Incredible sightseeing, including the sacred landscapes of Uluru, explore the MacDonnell Ranges, Kings Canyon, Arnhem Land, Litchfield National Park, Kakadu National Park and the incredible Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge
✓ 5 nights in 3 to 4-star accommodation in Alice Springs and Darwin
✓ Stunning Outback camping experiences, including Kakadu National Park & West MacDonnell Ranges
✓ 7 nights permanent tent with beds, mattresses and linen
✓ One night camping under the stars in a remote bush camp
✓ 27 meals including 8 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 10 dinners
✓ Domestic flight between Alice Springs and Darwin
✓ Transportation in purpose-built, modern 4WD coaches
✓ Escorted by expert tour guides on Days 1–5 and 9–14
✓ All park and entry fees

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