QUOTE(londoner31 @ Feb 2 2010, 08:11 PM)
I am planning to go to Australia soon, maybe by the end of the year.
Does anyone have some tips on activities I must do there and in particular in the Northern Territory. I am planning to spend 3-4 days and obviously i heard a lot bout Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
Is there a specific tour that is a must do there ? I was thinking of the sounds of silence dinner and sunset/sunrise tours. Does anyone exprienced it before ?
And last question
do you have any online resources to check and to book forUluru tours
? I saw a few already and these are the best i have found so far.
Thanks for your replies and your help !
G'day Londoner and welcome to for forums!
Look Im going to be completely biased and tell you the only part of Australia worth visiting is Central Australia, but then Id be telling falsies - it is, however, the part of Australia that you should NOT miss at all.
There are a few different tours that are must do trips, including the Sounds of Silence Dinner, the Desert Awakenings Tour and an indigenous tour of some sort (the Mala Walk tour by Anangu Tours is really good!)
Additionally, try and add a couple more days to visit Alice Springs. Alice is as close as the vast majority of people will ever get to the Centre of Australia, so to be so close, well it would be a shame not to come here.
Theres heaps on offer that will keep you busy here, so you need AT least 2 nights here in Alice Springs. That will give you a whole day in town. Really you should go for 3 nights - as you need a full day in Alice Springs to see everything, and then another day to visit the West MacDonnell Ranges. This is my FAVORITE part of the Territory.
As for people to book your trip for you - Territory Discoveries
are the Government owned travel company for the Northern Territory and they have a massive range of experiences (more then alot of the other companies around).
Get intouch with them and they will take care of it all for you!