Alice Holiday Tours specialise in Alice Springs tours based in Central Australia.
They provide sightseeing tour services in Alice Springs and its surroundings in Northern Territory. Our tour operations concentrate a maximum of eleven travellers. It is not only just sightseeing tours, but also you get to know about Alice Springs. The tour operators know the local geology, history, climate, flora, and fauna of the McDonnell Ranges and Alice Springs.
Every tour is uniquely customised to meet the needs of each client. No matter how specific your requests are, they will do their best to create the perfect tour that fits your needs and interests.
If you are looking for a seat on a scheduled tour, it’s just a matter of a simple click and making your booking. But still, you are travelling only with a maximum of 11 passengers, small convenience groups.
If you are looking for a private charter service, they provide flexible tour plans where the entire 11-seater bus will only be reserved for your planned activities.
Alice Holiday Tours look forward to welcoming you on board.
The West MacDonnell Ranges half-day tour is an excellent opportunity to explore the panoramic landscapes of the West MacDonnell Ranges.
View spectacular outback scenery and take photos as we travel along through magnificent Outback Country, stopping at the many historical locations. Tour attractions include hotel pickup, Anzac Hill, John Flynn’s Grave Historical Reserve, Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm and return to your hotel.
Alice Town and Country Half Day Sunset tour is an excellent opportunity to explore the overview of Alice Springs & explore the overview of panoramic landscapes of the East MacDonnell Ranges countryside.
The tour visits the East MacDonnell Ranges, the Telegraph Station, Araluen Art Centre, Dr John Flynn’s Museum, Anzac Hill, Emily Gap and Jessie Gap.
The East MacDonnell Ranges Half Day tour is an excellent opportunity to explore the panoramic landscapes of the East MacDonnell Ranges.
View spectacular outback scenery and take photos as you travel through magnificent Outback Country, stopping at the many historical locations. The East MacDonnell Ranges are popular as Central Australia’s most famous outback landscapes – gaps, gorges, bush walks, Aboriginal art and unique geological formations.
Alice Holiday Tours feels like getting away from town and taking you to explore Central Australia’s natural beauty. Tour attractions include hotel pick-up, Anzac Hill, Emily and Jessie Gaps, Corroboree Rock, Trephina Gorge Nature Park, and Giant Ghost Gum Tree.
At the end of the tour, they will drop you back at your hotel.