Are you seeking some Northern Territory holiday experiences specially designed for Over 50s and solo travellers, having a deep connection to nature, culture and community? Nature Bound conducts similar holidays Australia-wide.
Share the spirit of adventure and serendipity moments with a genuine small group of 3 to 7 like minded travellers.
Enjoy scenic outback tours, guided walks in pristine Australian National Parks and world heritage wilderness areas.
Nature Bound Australia’s extended journeys offer immersive moments in ancient landscapes, iconic seascapes, pristine forests, wildlife habitats and arousing desert heartlands.
At night relax with creature comforts, quality accommodation and meals.
Discover how connection to nature and place is at the heart of your wellbeing, inspiration and revitalisation.
Current journeys include exclusively selected destinations and comfortable 4WD travel, enhanced by 30 years touring experience and specialist local guides.
Savour authentic story telling drawn from previous journeys Australia wide, Indigenous culture, nature, folklore and legend.
Nature Bound’s accreditations range across transport, national park access, Ecotourism Australia, Uluru Kata Tjuta Guiding and a responsible travel ethic.
Adventure, knowing all expectations are covered by personalised consideration of your special interests and needs, empathy and an all inclusive price.
Collaborate personally if you wish, over a bespoke, exclusively private, tailored tour.
In describing their Nature Bound experience, guests have highlighted – “it is like travelling with the best of old friends”
Service TypesCultural and Theme Tours Food and Wine Tours Nature and wildlife Nightlife Tours Sightseeing Tours Walking and Biking Tours
AccreditationECO Certified (Nature Tourism) by Ecotourism Australia
Discover yourself in an ancient outback landscape, where sheer presence will awaken all your senses
An exceptional 15 day heartland journey, with beauty, grandeur and isolation in abundance.
Visit iconic Flinders Ranges, Wilpena Pound, Lake Eyre, Oodnadatta Track, Painted Desert, Coober Pedy, Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon, Hermannsburg and imposing MacDonnell Ranges
Follow the songlines and pathways of our First Peoples, Explorers, Afghan Cameleers, Ghan Railway and Overland Telegraph gangs.
Immerse yourself in ancient geological wonders, contorted ranges and imposing monoliths dating back 80 to 550 million years.
Appreciate why artist Hans Heysen described the Flinders Ranges as “the bones of the earth laid bare”.
Witness newly discovered fossils, evidence of a complex life, from which we all descended.
Enjoy the surreal experience of setting foot on salt encrusted Lake Eyre, with horizon and sky merging as one.
Sleep peacefully underground for a night in the Opal capital of Coober Pedy.
Experience the extraordinary colour and landforms of the Breakaways and Painted Desert.
Walk the spiritual base and cultural trails of Uluru and Kata Tjuta, the rim of Kings Canyon with its precipitous walls ablaze.
Celebrate by fine-dining under the stars in an evocative, sublimely beautiful Red Centre
Experience Central Australia complete, in a comprehensive 11 day tour
Share with the Anangu People, their inseparable connection to country and longest surviving culture in the world.
Immerse yourself in an ancient land, with the dual World Heritage National Park, Uluru – Kata Tjuta, at its core.
Also visit Watarrka (Kings Canyon), Palm Valley, Ormiston Gorge, Rainbow Valley, Chambers Pillar, Hermannsburg, gaps and gorges of both East and West MacDonnell Ranges, Desert Gardens and historic Alice Springs
As the rising sun adorns the great monolith Uluru, savour the cultural wisdom and story telling shared.
Explore the magnificence of Ormiston Gorge and Pound, pausing beneath its contorted, colourful walls
Gaze in awe of the sunset firing up the defiant ramparts of Rainbow Valley
Roam the rim of Kings Canyon with its precipitous faces
Back track into a secluded rust red amphitheatre crowded with unique cabbage palms
Share an excursion into the remote desert home lands of the Anangu, Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara People. Learn of their culture, songlines and Cave Hill rock art.
Experience the Simpson Desert outlier sand ridges, as explorers did, drawn to the compelling lure of Chambers Pillar
Indulge yourself in a star-lit, fine-dining experience in the desert dunes.