- Resort type: Country resort
- Landscape: Town, Mountains, Canyon, Lakes, Desert, Riverside, Savanna, Cliffs
- What to do: Cycling, Ancient Monuments of Civilization, Natural Parks & Reserves, Carting & ATVs, Hiking, Caves
Alice Springs is a city in Australia located in the south of the Australia’s Northern Territory. Alice Springs is situated between the cities Darwin and Adelaide. To the west is the Liebig Mount.
The city is a starting point place for many popular touristic routes such as the Kata Tjuta National Park, the Uluru Mountain, and the Ayers Rock. The tourists can try camel riding, learn about the process of gold mining or take the routes of the first settlements in the city.
Active tourists can go biking, ride a four-wheeler or take a hot air balloon ride.
Not far from Alice Springs, there is the Simpson Desert with the James Ridge. In this place, there is the Petroglyphs Evaningi Reserve where the tourists can learn more about the everyday life of the indigenous people of Alice Springs, the Aranda people. In the desert tribes settlements the tourists can buy souvenirs.
Alice Springs is surrounded by the McDonnell Ridge and it is a must-see. In the eastern part of the Ridge, there are hiking routes and campings. Here you can see a legendary Arltunga, a deserted gold rush town. On the west, you can see wallaby tracks, the Standley Chasm, the Glen Helen Gorge, the Pound Park, and the Ormiston Gorge Park.
In the cafes and restaurants in Alice Springs the tourists can try traditional Australian dishes.