Friday 17 May

Day 7 - Yulara to Kata Tjuta return

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110km ride

Today’s ride will take you through Kata Tjuta National Park with stunning views of some iconic Central Australia landmarks.

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Kata Juta

Activities & highlights

The Sounds of Silence dinner is the perfect opportunity to reflect on the best memories of the trip and enjoy a final night with new friends. You’ll be dining under the desert night, while a storyteller shares with you tales as told in the stars.

The perfect way to wrap up arguably the best day of riding for the trip!

Road to Kata Tjuta

Route details

Road to Kata Tjuta
Distance: 110km

A winding road through Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park features stunning views of Kata Tjuta on the ride out, setting you up a great day of road riding. 

It doesn’t end there however, with even better views of Ayers Rock and easy descending on your return to Yulara.

Accommodation

For the final couple of nights, you'll be staying in either The Lost Camel (Premium) or Sails in the Desert (Lux).

Premium

The Lost Camel - Voyages

Opening in July 2018, the Lost Camel Hotel is a contemporary and fun, boutique-style hotel conveniently located only 20 minutes away from Uluru.

Each room feature a deliciously comfortable King Bed (can be separated into two single beds) and a bathroom with a separate shower, toilet and open-plan vanity.

Lost Camel Hotel

Lux

Sails in the Desert - Voyages

Sails in the desert is a five-star hotel featuring an expansive gumtree lined swimming pool and a diversity of modern lounge options (see image below).

Relax and feast in the brasserie-style Ilkari Restaurant or let time tick by as you enjoy cocktails, music and culinary temptations in the Walpa Lobby Bar.

Sails in the desert

What's included?

Premium

  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Luxury Sounds of Silence dinner
  • Room at the Lost Camel Hotel

Lux

  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Luxury Sounds of Silence dinner
  • Room at Sails in the Desert

Optional extras

  • Bush food experience: Introduction to indigenous bush food and cooking demonstration.
  • Gardens walk (self guided and guide options):  The perfect opportunity to learn about the intricacies of an outback garden at Desert Gardens Hotel. Learn how Indigenous people traditionally lived by using the bush for food and medicinal purposes.

Bookings are now open for our maiden journey through Central Australia

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