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Voyages Longitude 131° in Australia

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How to get there: Fly two to three hours from Sydney, Perth, or Cairns to Ayers Rock Airport, then take a four-wheel-drive transfer to the property, six miles away.

The experience: Near the border of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, this five-star camp on a stretch of red-clay desert has luxurious tents with king-size beds, perfectly positioned for watching the sun set over Ayers Rock. At the resort's alfresco restaurant, Table 131, you can sip Aussie wine and savor Outback cuisine under the stars.

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Voyages Longitude 131° in Australia

How to get there: Fly two to three hours from Sydney, Perth, or Cairns to Ayers Rock Airport, then take a four-wheel-drive transfer to the property, six miles away.

The experience: Near the border of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, this five-star camp on a stretch of red-clay desert has luxurious tents with king-size beds, perfectly positioned for watching the sun set over Ayers Rock. At the resort's alfresco restaurant, Table 131, you can sip Aussie wine and savor Outback cuisine under the stars.

For more info: Voyages Longitude 131°

Courtesy of Voyages Hotels and Resorts

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