Cruise the Australian Outback and explore Standley Chasm on this epic half day Motorcycle Tour!
Departing Alice Springs, we'll gear up and set out on an unforgettable ride to the iconic Standley Chasm!
Regarded as one of the Outback's most spectacular sights, Standley Chasm is an absolute 'must see' for anyone visiting the Northern Territory.
Your tour begins with a stunning 45 minute scenic ride through the Outback en route to Standley Chasm, uncovering epic views along the way.
Once we have reached our destination we'll have time to explore, get some spectacular photographs and stop off for some light refreshments.
We will also visit Simpson’s Gap and Honeymoon Gap, before heading back to Alice Springs.
A unique and memorable way to experience amazing natural sights of the Northern Territory!
Meeting Location: DoubleTree Hilton Hotel 82 Barrett Drive, Alice Springs.
***Please Note*** All drivers are required to hold a current motorcycle license to partake in this tour.
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