Canning Stock Route

Canning Stock Route

Not for the faint hearted

Canning Stock Route

Crossing Water at Savory Creek

Canning Stock Route

Navigating through the fine red sand

Canning Stock Route

Climbing and descending rocky terrain

It's time for The epic

Canning Stock Route Sign
Canning Stock Route - Perth to Alice Springs

Canning Stock Route – Travelled Route – Perth to Alice Springs

The famous Canning Stock Route is

  • the all-wheel-drive dream route for everyone who loves the Australian outback.
  • the longest and loneliest, almost 2000 km long off-road vehicle route in the world
  • leading through four desert areas in Western Australia and Northern Territory:
    Gibson Desert
    Little Sandy Desert
    Great Sandy Desert
    Tanami Desert

All this can be safely enjoyed as a TAG-ALONG TOUR or as a PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR guided by a very experienced tour guide.

 

Travel description

The Canning Stock Route is a semi-desert crossing through breathtaking landscapes, unexpectedly colorful flora, and varied fauna. But also the encounter with the indigenous people and their rock paintings is planned.

It is the longest and loneliest off-road vehicle route in the world. It is located in Western Australia, is almost 2000 km long, extends from Wiluna in the south to Billiluna in the north, and leads through the Gibson Desert, Little Sandy Desert, Great Sandy Desert, and the Tanami Desert.

The best time to travel is between May and September.

Travel style

Tag-Along Tour is a guided group tour in individual off-road vehicles for two people.

You travel, drive and sleep in an off-road vehicle – camper for one or two people, equipped with everything you need. Alternatively, we can organise an off-road vehicle with a roof tent.

Participation in your off-road vehicle is also possible. If you don’t want to drive yourself, you can book a ride.

Scheduled itinerary | Alice Springs to Perth | 19 days

(Subject to change)

We recommend that the participants arrive in good time before departure to sleep off a possible jet lag and adapt to the local climate

Day 1

On the first day of your adventure tour, we will do the necessary preparations. The first step is to pick up rental vehicles in the morning. Step two is doing the shopping for 14 days, loading cars, and test driving them.

Day 2 + 3

We meet at Wintersun Caravan Park, North Stuart Highway & Head Street, Alice Springs NT 0870. 8.30 is departure towards Tanami Road, and we have our first break at Tilmouth Well, about 160 away from Alice springs. In the vicinity of the on 1.1. In 2011, the formerly well-known Roadhouse Rabbit Flat closed, we will set up the first camp. The next morning we continue towards Western Australia, past Chila Well, the Granites, and the Tanami Mountains. In the afternoon, we reach the Aboriginal community Billiluna. If we are expecting guests from Darwin, the journey continues to Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater. Otherwise, we stay in the vicinity of Billiluna.

Day 4 to 16

The real adventure begins on day 4, the Canning Stock Route The CSR is a 2000 km long track that left to its own devices. The current state is unpredicted and technical problems of any kind cannot be ruled out. For this reason, the places of accommodation are not predictable precisely in advance. In Billiluna, you will fill up again and. in a small general store of the indigenous people, there is the last shopping possibility.

The following are the sights that are visited: Billiluna Aborigine Community, Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater (if necessary), Strech Lagoon, Lake Gregory ( Guda Soak ), Well 51, Well 50, Well 49, Well 48, South Esk Tableland, Breaden Hills, Breaden Pool, Godfrey Tank, Well 47, Well 46, Well 45, Gravity Lake, Well 44, Well 43, Guli Lake, Well 42, Well 41, Well 40, Tobin Lake, Well 39, Well 38, Well 37, Well 36, Well 35, Well 33, Kunawarritji Aborigine Community, Well 32, Well 31, Well 30, Well 29 Thring Rock, Well 28, Well 27, Well 26, Well 25, Well 24, Tallawana Track, Well 23, Georgia Bore, Well 22, Well 21, Lake Disappointment, Crossing of Savory Creek, Well 19, Tropic of Capricorn, Well 18, Durba Springs, climbing Cannings Cairns, Well 16, Well 15, Well 14, Well 13, Well 12, Well 11, Well 10, Well 9, Well 8, Well 7, climbing Ingebong Hill, Well 6, Well 5, Windich Springs, Well 4a, Lake Nabaru, Well 3, Well 2a The Granites, Well 2, North Pool, Well 1. Wiluna. We are crossing through four desert regions on this route: Gibson Desert, Little Sandy Desert, Great Sandy Desert, Tanami Desert.

Day 17 + 18

From Wiluna, we take the Goldfields Highway towards Meekatharra and turn left towards Cue and Mount Magnet. There we will spend the last night. From there, it goes via Paynes Find, Wubin, Dalwallinu to New Norcia, the only Benedictine monastery village in Australia. After this final highlight, the tour will finally end in Perth.

Day 19

Final day, we return the vehicle and prepare for the onward journey.

Scheduled itinerary | Perth to Alice Springs | 19 days

(Subject to change)

We recommend that the participants arrive in good time before departure to sleep off a possible jet lag and adapt to the local climate

Day 1

On the first day of your adventure tour, we will do the necessary preparations. The first step is to pick up rental vehicles in the morning. Step two is doing the shopping for 14 days, loading cars, and test driving them.

Day 2 + 3

We meet on a parking lot near Heirisson Island near downtown. 8.30 am departure towards Mt Magnet, past New Norcia, the only Benedictine monastery village in Australia. Then we continue to Wiluna, the actual starting point of the Canning Stock Route. We stop in Cue, a small town with well-preserved buildings from their heyday. Then comes Meekatharra, where you can fill up again. We arrive in Wiluna early enough to visit Well 1 and North Pool.

Day 4 to 16

From day 4, the real adventure begins, the Canning Stock Route. The CSR is a 2000 km long track and left to its own devices. The current state is unpredicted and technical problems of any kind cannot be ruled out. For this reason, the places of accommodation are not predictable precisely in advance. Refueling takes place in Wiluna. In a small general store, there is the last shopping opportunity.

The following are the sights that we are visiting: Well 2, Well 2a, The Granites, Well 3, Lake Nabaru., Well 4a, Windich Springs, Well 5, Well 6, climbing Ingebong Hill, Well 7, Well 8, Well 9, Well 10, Well 11, Well 12, Well 13, Well 14, Well 15, Well 16, climbing Cannings Cairns, Durba Springs, Well 18, Tropic of Capricorn, Well 19, crossing Savory Creek, Lake Disappointment, Well 21, Well 22, Georgia Bore, Tallawana Track, Well 23, Well 24, Well 25, Well 26, Well 27, Well 28, Well 29, Thring Rock, Well 30, Well 31, Well 32, Kunawarritji Aborigine Community, Well 33, Well 35, Well 36, Well 37, Well 38, Well 39, Tobin Lake, Well 40, Well 41, Well 42, Guli Lake, Well 43, Well 44, Gravity Lake, Well 45, Well 46, Well 47, Well 48, South Esk Tableland, Breaden Hills, Breaden Pool, Godfrey Tank, Well 49, Well 50, Well 51, Lake Gregory (Guda Soak) Strech Lagoon, Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater, Billiluna Aboriginal Community. We are crossing through four desert regions on this route: Gibson Desert, Little Sandy Desert, Great Sandy Desert, Tanami Desert.

Day 17 + 18

From Billiluna, we take Tanami Road south. We leave Western Australia and come to the Northern Territory. After we have passed the Tanami Mountains, the Granites, and Chilla Well, we reach about the former Roadhouse Rabbit Flat, which unfortunately has been closed since January 1st, 2011. At Tillmouth Well, we take a break from refueling. Then we reach Alice Springs.

Day 19

Final day, we return the vehicle and prepare for the onward journey.

Services Included

  • Guided self-drive tour in the Australian style of a tag-along tour
  • Permits
  • A qualified tour guide from Perth to Alice Springs, or vice versa.
  • Otto Schächtele has driven the tour more than 80 times, is an all-terrain vehicle trainer and Honorary Calm Officer
  • Fuel outside of the Canning Stock Route
  • Accommodation costs at Perth, Mt Magnet, Wiluna, Alice Springs campsites
  • Carries everything for a refreshing bush shower
  • Information material Canning Stock Route
  • Qualified breakdown assistance
  • Free of charge 2. Spare tires for loaning when needed
  • Communication with the Royal Flying Doctor Service via satellite telephone
  • All transit permits
  • CB radio equipment for every vehicle

Services NOT included

  • Drinks and meals.
  • Personal optional activities
  • Personal expenses, and medication
  • Tips
  • Fuel of the Canning Stock Route

Special Instructions

  • A release and disclaimer must be signed before starting the tour.
  • For all participants, it is recommended to take out suitable travel insurance also covering cancellation and termination of the trip.
  • For German participants, the conclusion of an ARAG protection letter is also recommended. which is unfortunately not offered in other countries.

Travel Price excludes Vehicle Rental

On request, we can arrange a 4WD camper for you

  • 4WD camper with full equipment, 300km per day, liability insurance for the off-road vehicle with a deductible of AUD 8000.00. We recommend Comprehensive coverage.
  • On Tag-Along Tours with Otto Tours Australia, insurance coverage is available on all routes.
  • We can organize the following vehicle types. (subject to availability)
  • Apollo Trailfinder

Other vehicles on request

Surcharges (strongly recommended)

Fully comprehensive insurance without a deductible, valid on the CSR, per day, per vehicle, including prepaid refilling of the gas bottle, 1 x table, two camping chairs. (Just with a current rental request, we can determine the costs)

Payment and cancellation conditions

  • 20% of the travel price is due when booking
  • 80% of the travel price is due 60 days before the start of the trip.

In the event of a cancellation, the following cancellation conditions apply:

  • 20% of the travel price is due up to 60 days before the start of the trip
  • 40% of the travel price is due up to 40 days before the start of the trip,
  • 60% of the travel price is due up to 30 days before the start of the trip
  • 80% of the travel price is due up to 14 days before the start of the trip,
  • After that, 100% of the travel price is due

Travel Dates for the Canning Stock Route Trip

(The Private Tour Guiding travel dates can be arranged to suit your timeframe)

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July 2021
August 2021
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Simpson Desert – French Line

Simpson Desert – French Line

An epic Australian adventure

Simpson Desert – French Line

Encountering the famous desert camels

Simpson Desert – French Line

Rocky skylines in the middle of nothing

Simpson Desert – French Line

Enjoying the magnificient views after a job well done

It’s time for the epic

Simpson Desert
French Line

The Simpson Desert – French Line

  • An all-wheel drive dream route for everyone who loves the real Australian outback.
  • Tag-Along Tour with qualified tour guide
  • Starts in Alice Springs
  • Ends in Birdsville after 7 days or
  • Adelaide after 11 days
  • The actual off-road vehicle route with many exciting challenges is about 500 km long

All this can be safely enjoyed as a TAG-ALONG TOUR or as a PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR guided by a very experienced tour guide.

 

Travel description

The FrenchLine in the Simpson Desert is a semi-desert crossing through breathtaking landscapes, unexpectedly colorful flora and varied fauna. Their specialty is the wide variety of dune formations that shape the landscape.

It runs partly through South Australia and Queensland and extends from Dalhousie Springs in the west to Birdsville in the east. Its highlight is the conquest of the Big Red, the highest navigable dune (50m high) in Australia.

The best time to travel is between May and September.

Travel style

Take Along Tour as, group tour in individual off-road vehicles for two people. You travel, drive and sleep in an off-road camper for no more than two people, equipped with everything you need.

Alternatively, an off-road vehicle with a roof tent can be organized. Participation in your private vehicle is also possible.

If you don’t want to drive yourself, you can book a ride.

Itnerary Alice Springs – Birdsville | 7 Days

Alice Springs to Birdsville 4WD Tag Along Tour

(Subject to change)

It is recommended that the participants arrive in good time before departure to sleep off a possible jet lag and to adapt to the local climate.

Day 1

The first day of your adventure tour is dedicated to the necessary preparations. The rental vehicles are picked up in the morning. For the next six days we have to do shopping, loading the vehicles and testing them

Day 2 to day 6

We leave Alice Springs and the paved roads to dedicate ourselves to a beautiful desert crossing, the Simpson Desert with the FrenchLine and the more than 500 sand dunes that will come to us. However, we first drive to Chambers Pillar, an exceptional mood of nature. We continue to Finke, a place of indigenous people, at times along the Old Gan railway line, the former railway connection from Alice Springs to Adelaide. Today it is the famous desert race track from Finke to Alice Springs, where once a year, there is actually a real race for all-terrain vehicles of all kinds. From here, it goes on to Dalhousie Spring. It remains to be seen whether the dip in the water will be refreshing. The temperature is around 36 ° C. The shower at the campsite there is refreshing. From Dalhousie Springs, it goes towards Birdsville via Poeppel Corner, the place where 3 states come together: the Northern Territory, Queensland, and South Australia. Let’s see the highest navigable sand dune, the Big Red goes straight out of the Simpson Desert and into the much-vaunted Birdsville. If you want, you can embark on a sightseeing flight over the northern part of Lake Eyre and the uniquely beautiful Channel Country

Day 7

Final day, preparation for the onward journey.

Itineray Alice Springs – Adelaide

Alice Springs to Adelaide 4WD Tour Tag Along

(subject to change)

That participants arrive in good time before departure to sleep off any jet lag and to adapt to the local climate is recommended

Day 1

On the first day of your adventure tour, we do the necessary preparations. In the morning, we pick up the rental vehicles. Afterwards, you will shop for the next 14 days, load your offroad vehicle, and test drive them.

Days 2 to 5

We leave Alice Springs on a tarmac road for a beautiful desert crossing, the Simpson Desert with the French Line and more than 500 sand dunes to come. But first, we drive to Chambers Pillar, an extraordinary freak of nature. We continue to Finke, an aboriginal village, at times along the old Gan railway line, the former railway connection from Alice Springs to Adelaide. Today it is the famous desert racetrack from Finke to Alice Springs, where once a year a real race for cross-country vehicles of all kinds still occurs. From here it’s on to Dalhousie Springs. If you jump into the water, you will find out whether it is refreshing. The temperature is about 36°C. The shower at the campsite there is vital cool. From Dalhousie Springs we head towards Birdsville via Poeppel Corner, the place where three states meet: the Northern Territory, Queensland and South Australia. When we see the highest drivable sand dune, the Big Red, we head straight out of the Simpson Desert and into the much-vaunted Birdsville. You can take a scenic flight over the northern part of Lake Eyre and the uniquely beautiful Channel Country if you want.

Days 6 to 10

The next challenge is the Birdsville Track towards Marree, crossing Cooper Creek. If we meet a flooded creek, a 60 km diversion and crossing on an improvised ferry is necessary.

In Marree there is an opportunity for another scenic flight over the southern part of Lake Eyre. Our route continues through dark red gorges, past historically interesting settlements and river red gum covered riverbeds of the Flinders Ranges to Wilpena Pound. On the last day, we should arrive in Adelaide in the late afternoon.

Day 11

Final day return the vehicle and prepare for onward journey.

Services Included

  • Guided self-drive tour in the Australian style of a tag-along tour
  • Permits
  • A qualified tour guide from Perth to Alice Springs, or vice versa.
  • Otto Schächtele has driven the tour more than 80 times, is an all-terrain vehicle trainer and Honorary Calm Officer
  • Fuel outside of the Canning Stock Route
  • Accommodation costs at Perth, Mt Magnet, Wiluna, Alice Springs campsites
  • Carries everything for a refreshing bush shower
  • Information material Canning Stock Route
  • Qualified breakdown assistance
  • Free of charge 2. Spare tires for loaning when needed
  • Communication with the Royal Flying Doctor Service via satellite telephone
  • All transit permits
  • CB radio equipment for every vehicle

Services NOT included

  • Rental of the 4WD Vehicle
  • Drinks and meals.
  • Personal optional activities
  • Personal expenses, and medication
  • Tips
  • Fuel

Special Instructions

  • A release and disclaimer must be signed before starting the tour.
  • For all participants, it is recommended to take out suitable travel insurance also covering cancellation and termination of the trip.
  • For German participants, the conclusion of an ARAG protection letter is also recommended. which is unfortunately not offered in other countries.

Travel Price excludes Vehicle Rental

On request, we can arrange a 4WD camper for you

  • 4WD camper with full equipment, 300km per day, liability insurance for the off-road vehicle with a deductible of AUD 8000.00. We recommend Comprehensive coverage.
  • On Tag-Along Tours with Otto Tours Australia, insurance coverage is available on all routes.
  • We can organize the following vehicle types. (subject to availability)
  • Apollo Trailfinder (other vehicles on request)

Surcharges (strongly recommended)

Fully comprehensive insurance without a deductible, valid on the CSR, per day, per vehicle, including prepaid refilling of the gas bottle, 1 x table, two camping chairs. (Just with a current rental request, we can determine the costs)

Payment and cancellation conditions

  • 20% of the travel price is due when booking
  • 80% of the travel price is due 60 days before the start of the trip.

In the event of a cancellation, the following cancellation conditions apply:

  • 20% of the travel price is due up to 60 days before the start of the trip
  • 40% of the travel price is due up to 40 days before the start of the trip,
  • 60% of the travel price is due up to 30 days before the start of the trip
  • 80% of the travel price is due up to 14 days before the start of the trip,
  • After that, 100% of the travel price is due

Travel Dates for the Simpson Desert – French Line Tours

(The Private Tour Guiding travel dates can be arranged to suit your timeframe)

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August 2021
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Gunbarrel Highway

Gunbarrel Highway

Start or End or the Gunbarrel Highway

Gunbarrel Highway

Mount Beadell

Gunbarrel Highway

Water bore at the Gunbarrel Highway

Gunbarrel Highway

A herd of Camels on the Gunbarrel Highway

It’s time for the Australian Icon

Gunbarrel Highway

The Gunbarrel Highway

  • One of the four-wheel-drive dream route for everyone, who loves the Australian outback.
  • A Tag-Along Tour with qualified tour guide
  • The tour is a unique combination with a visit to tourist highlights in the Red Center and the attraction of an off-road vehicle tour through the Old Gunbarrel Highway and the Gunbarrel Highway, a uniquely beautiful desert track in Western Australia.

All this can be safely enjoyed as a TAG-ALONG TOUR or as a PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR guided by a very experienced tour guide.

 

Travel description

From Alice Springs it goes west via Larapinta Drive to Hermannsburg along the south of the West Macdonnell Range. The former German mission is worth a visit.

The first 4WD challenge is Palm Valley. Watarrka (Kings Canyon) is reached via the Mereenie Loop, which is subject to a permit. A 6 km tightrope walk along the rock edges is unforgettable.

The sunsets at Uluru (Ayers Rock) are uniquely beautiful, and the sunrise also promises to be a colorful experience.

After visiting Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), it goes on Tjukururu Road (Docker River Road) past Lasseter Cave and the native place Kaltukatjara (Docker River). To the West Australian border.

It is not far from here to Warakurna, the first roadhouse in WA. This is where the Old Gunbarrel Highway and Gunbarrel Highway begin. There are uniquely beautiful desert slopes for off-road vehicle enthusiasts.

Together they are about 1000 km long and lie between Warakurna Roadhouse on Great Central Road and Carnegie Station, about 350 km from Wiluna in Western Australia. The Gunbarrel Highway ends here. There is a lot to experience and learn: fauna and flora, unique landscapes, Australian history, and unique driving experience.

Travel style

Take Along Tour as, group tour in individual off-road vehicles for two people. You travel, drive and sleep in an off-road camper for no more than two people, equipped with everything you need.

Alternatively, an off-road vehicle with a roof tent can be organized. Participation in your private vehicle is also possible.

If you don’t want to drive yourself, you can book a ride.

Itnerary Gunbarrel Highway | Alice Springs to Perth | 11 Days

(Subject to change)

It is recommended that the participants arrive in good time before departure to sleep off a possible jet lag and to adapt to the local climate.

Day 1

All participants meet in Alice Springs for this adventure tour. It is time to make the necessary preparations. The vehicles are loaded and test-driven.

Day 2 to day 3 | Northern Territory

We leave Alice Springs in the early morning via Larapinta Drive, come to Simpsons Gap and Standley Chasm. The next stop is dedicated to the old German mission Hermannsburg before we get to the Palm Valley’s first 4WD challenge. Back on the main path, it is another 43 km on the Meerenie Loop towards Kings Canyon. After the tightrope walk on the rocks of Kings Canyon, the journey continues past Mt Conner Lookout to Curtin Springs. After a refreshing break, we continue on the Lasseter Highway to Yulara and Ayers Rock for the spectacular sunset.

Day 4

Early in the morning we enjoy the colorful sunrise, then we go to the Olgas. From here we come back on Gravel Road towards Docker River, visit Lasseter’s cave and approach the Western Australian border.

Day 5 to Day 8 | Western Australia

This is where the Great Central Road begins. After another 90 m, we come to Warakurna Roadhouse for a relaxing break and refuel here. Freshly strengthened, we continue west, and after 16 km, we turn right onto the Old Gunbarrel Highway. We have reached the actual Old Gunbarrel Highway. It is 308 km long and left to its own devices. We bypass the Aboriginal Community Warburton on a large scale. The Gibson Desert has been reached and, with its completely new landscapes. The next intersection is Everard Junction, where the Gary Highway branches north. Hunt Oil Road comes after another 32 km. Continuing south-west, the Eagle Highway branches off to the north after 53 km and David Carnegie Road, which runs south. After another 150 km, we reach Carnegie Station, the end of the Gunbarrel Highway. Refuel here again so that we can also reach Wiluna safely.

Day 9 | Carnegie Station to Wiluna

From now on everything is only a matter of form until Wiluna on a good gravel road. The lowland overgrown with Spinifex grass is behind us. In front of us, large pastures spread out with nutritious Mitchell Grass vegetation, the famous cattle country. We see the Princess and Wellington mountain ranges.

Day 10 to Day 11 | Wiluna to Perth

If you need fuel, you can refuel in Wiluna before we go on a good sand track. The gravel road has longer asphalted stretches for overtaking routes, on which road trains can be overtaken safely on our way to Meekatharra. From here, continue on the paved Great Northern Highway towards Cue, Mount Magnet, and Paynes Find. The last sightseeing point is New Norcia, the only Benedictine monastery village in Australia. In the early afternoon, we reach Perth.

Services Included

  • Guided self-drive tour in the Australian style of a tag-along tour
  • Permits
  • A qualified tour guide from Perth to Alice Springs, or vice versa.
  • Otto Schächtele has driven the tour more than 80 times, is an all-terrain vehicle trainer and Honorary Calm Officer
  • Fuel outside of the Canning Stock Route
  • Accommodation costs at Perth, Mt Magnet, Wiluna, Alice Springs campsites
  • Carries everything for a refreshing bush shower
  • Information material Canning Stock Route
  • Qualified breakdown assistance
  • Free of charge 2. Spare tires for loaning when needed
  • Communication with the Royal Flying Doctor Service via satellite telephone
  • All transit permits
  • CB radio equipment for every vehicle

Services NOT included

  • Rental of the 4WD Vehicle
  • Drinks and meals.
  • Personal optional activities
  • Personal expenses, and medication
  • Tips
  • Fuel

Special Instructions

  • A release and disclaimer must be signed before starting the tour.
  • For all participants, it is recommended to take out suitable travel insurance also covering cancellation and termination of the trip.
  • For German participants, the conclusion of an ARAG protection letter is also recommended. which is unfortunately not offered in other countries.

Travel Price excludes Vehicle Rental

On request, we can arrange a 4WD camper for you

  • 4WD camper with full equipment, 300km per day, liability insurance for the off-road vehicle with a deductible of AUD 8000.00. We recommend Comprehensive coverage.
  • On Tag-Along Tours with Otto Tours Australia, insurance coverage is available on all routes.
  • We can organize the following vehicle types. (subject to availability)
  • Apollo Trailfinder (other vehicles on request)

Surcharges (strongly recommended)

Fully comprehensive insurance without a deductible, valid on the CSR, per day, per vehicle, including prepaid refilling of the gas bottle, 1 x table, two camping chairs. (Just with a current rental request, we can determine the costs)

Payment and cancellation conditions

  • 20% of the travel price is due when booking
  • 80% of the travel price is due 60 days before the start of the trip.

In the event of a cancellation, the following cancellation conditions apply:

  • 20% of the travel price is due up to 60 days before the start of the trip
  • 40% of the travel price is due up to 40 days before the start of the trip,
  • 60% of the travel price is due up to 30 days before the start of the trip
  • 80% of the travel price is due up to 14 days before the start of the trip,
  • After that, 100% of the travel price is due

Travel Dates for the Gunbarrel Highway

(The Private Tour Guiding travel dates can be arranged to suit your timeframe)

Monthly Weekly Daily List
July 2021
August 2021
No event found!

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