Recommend the San Felipe Castle. There are great views here, and when you like the history of Cartagena, India, this is a good place to learn something. There are qualified guides and auditors in the castle. In summer, it is recommended to wear a hat because there is no shadow on the castle. For everyone who wants to visit, I wish you have fun!
The small town of Alice Springs is small, but there are several characteristic natural landscapes around, all related to stones. Stanley Crack is one of them. On a clear day, you can see the walls glowing from the reflected sunlight, and there are some birds and animals in the creek spring pool.
This attraction is privately owned. You need a second ticket to enter. See the introduction on the brochure. The canyon here is much more spectacular than the previous Simpson Crack. I hope that latecomers can arrive earlier. They are from 10 am to afternoon. The door opens at 4 o'clock. It may be hot in summer and few tourists arrive, so I got off work and went home early.
Those stone caves washed out by water are called stone pots. When the water rushes over the surface of the big stone, it forms a whirlpool, turning around with some small stones on the surface. As time passes, the big stones are ground into deep pits. The landform of stone pot is hard to form
Second stop: Standley Chasm (Stanley Crack) Visiting time: 10 am to 4 pm Tickets: 15 Australian dollars Continue from Simpsons Gap for about 25 kilometers to come to Standley Chasm, the scale here is obviously much larger It takes more than 20 minutes to walk in from the small park to the crack, so one hour will be more abundant. Starting to suffer from sand flies and flies, we hurriedly bought fly nets at the entrance! A net cover on the head, although ugly, but super practical, I have to buy it.