Kings Canyon Tours

Kings Canyon Tours

With full-day tours, overnight camping adventures, and extended tours that all include Kings Canyon and its beautiful surroundings, you can choose which tour is right for you. People who are staying in Uluru or one of the resorts and accommodations around Kings Canyon put this remarkable attraction at the top of their list as there is no other place like it. You can see it from above or from the ground but either way, you must see it for yourself.

You can take your pick from a number of great tours to see Kings Canyon as well as book onto heaps of tours that not only include Kings Canyon as one of its number one attractions but also places such as Ayers Rock, Alice Springs, Uluru, and Kata Tjuta National Park and a range of attractions like aboriginal caves and rock art paintings, watering holes and so much more.
See Kings Canyon as first light as the sun rises as watch the world around you come to life with a variety of flora and fauna. There are some great walks that you can set out on that are free to do or you can join a guided tour walk that will teach you about the region, its cultural significance, and many stories that surround it. It is an ancient place that will captivate you and with a great tour, you will quickly learn how about the evolution of Kings Canyon.

Join a camelback ride one afternoon that will take you through the countryside to see the area in a whole different light. Have light snacks provided along the way, learn about the way of the land and see amazing places as you sit back and relax. You can jump in a helicopter and see Kings Canyon from up above and see just how vast and expansive it truly is. To get the blood pumping a little there are action-packed quad biking tours to get in on that really are a lot of fun and a great way to see Kings Canyon.

From bird-watching and wildlife-spotting tours to walks to the escarpment of Kings Canyon to watch the setting of the sun to romantic dinners for two under the star-strewn sky, anything can be arranged while you are visiting Kings Canyon. Enjoy wonderful food, and good wine in a setting like no other with a table for two in the wilderness where the glow from your fire lights up the surroundings around you. There are hiking adventures, walking tracks, and tours that will teach you about bush tucker foods and the outback way.

Walk around the escarpment of Kings Canyon and see attractions like the Garden of Eden with its tropical pools and the famous bee hive rock formations also known as the Lost City. You can join a tour through the gorge of the canyon that should only take you around one hour to complete but the walk around the rim of Kings Canyon usually takes about 3-4 hours and should always be done in the morning.

You can choose from many tours that will let you experience Kings Canyon in many different ways so find out more for your trip to Watarrka National Park where Kings Canyon is located.