Gypsies reverse the desert experience

IF the Australian desert appeals and you would prefer a moving option, then Global Gypsies has the perfect camping tour. In 2007, for the first time the Gypsies will offer the popular Alice Springs Outback Safari – in reverse. The east-west trip, which will depart from Alice Springs on August 7, arrives in Kalgoorlie on August 18. During the 12-day self-drive expedition, guests will explore spectacular destinations including Uluru, Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), Kings Canyon, Finke River, Palm Valley, the east and west Macdonnell Ranges and many other areas accessible only by 4WD. The tour is a self-drive, nature-based, soft adventure option during which clients drive their own or hired 4WD vehicles and travel in a small convoy led by expert guide, Jeremy Perks. Delicious al-fresco meals are prepared using a specially designed catering trailer or cooking on a campfire. No previous off-road experience is necessary and guests can bring their own camping gear or hire it at special rates. Some of the special touches on this outback tour include a white linen champagne celebration at Uluru, pre-departure workshop and pre-departure kit, a unique ‘girlspeak’ 4WD seminar and a candlelit farewell dinner in the bush. Cost is $1,350 per person plus an optional participatory catering charge of $35 per person per day. Numbers are strictly limited. Phone 9341 6727 or 0417 913 071

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