Tours from Alice Springs

See the best of town and country from Alice Springs

Most people who visit Alice Springs are surprised to discover just how much there is to see and do. Yet Alice Springs as a town is a community that is as heavily impacted by the land it’s on, as it is by the people that live in it.

While in town you can experience diverse attractions and museums such as:

Highlights of the town include:

But beyond the town itself, there is a world of landscapes, flora and fauna to be discovered if you know where to look.
From Alice Springs you can travel with us on outback dirt roads accessible only by 4WD. We’ll stop at historical, conservation reserves, famous national parks and special places that access via detours, through remote Aboriginal Communities with their culture, languages and art studios. 
Marvel at old-time ingenuity and hard work as we travel alongside the Old Ghan Track, the Finke Desert Race track, the Old Telegraph Line.  Explore a world unknown as we cross wild cattle stations where the occasional mob of donkeys, camels or mob of wild brumbies continue on their way in search of scarce food and water in this amazing landscape.
Learn to identify native plants and sit still enough to spot elusive native animals that are shy and don’t make themselves known until they feel completely safe.  And of course, the hills, mountains, rock formations, gullies and shapes of the land will have you wondering at this prehistoric and ancient geological region of our continent.
Wild Honey Travels® Tours

Walk & Waterhole | West MacDonnell Ranges – 2 Ways | Painted Desert | Loud & Proud | Let’s Talk | Finke National Park | Palm Valley | Rainbow Valley | Owen Springs Reserve | Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve Ewaninga  Rock Carving Conservation Reserve East MacDonnell Ranges – Chain of Ponds, Trephina Gorge, Emily Gap, Jessie Gap, Ruby Gap, N’dhala Gorge Nature Park | Arltunga Historical Reserve |