Start at Kuniya Piti where the 10.5 km walk around Uluru begins. You will be accompanied by an expert driver/guide who will regale you with tales of beliefs and the laws of the local Anangu Aboriginal people.
An area of particular importance for the ancient Aborigines, who call this area homeland for over 1000s of years, have a peek into their way of life, learn more about their revered sites.
Get to know more about the local history as the guide/driver describes the sacred Aboriginal tales linked with this unique region. Live commentary warrants you never miss out on any of the action on your tour.
Temperatures at Uluru can get pretty hot, but you are well-insulated from nature’s wrath on an air-conditioned luxury coach. So sit back & relax, and before you know it, you have reached your destination.
No visit to the World Heritage listed Uluru & Kata Tjuta National Park is complete without an Uluru guided walking tour around its base. Imagine the magnitude of this monolith, if an Uluru guided base walking tour stretches for 10.5kms. A giant red rock monolith rising over 348 metres and the sacred place of indigenous Australians – Uluru, also enjoys the privilege of being World Heritage listed. Explore Uluru to the tiniest detail on this informative-but-fun Uluru base walk tour!
Sit back in your coach as its passes by rural desert landscapes and moves towards your destination, the renowned Uluru & Kata Tjuta National Park. As Uluru comes into view, your coach will make a pit stop for you to enjoy a light breakfast with a hot beverage of your choice. The 10.5 km guided walk around Uluru lets you take in the enormity of Uluru.
Keep up the pace to reach the Mutitjulu Waterhole, a precious water resource for the native Anangu. The area around the waterhole bears signs of its natives in the form of ancient Aboriginal rock paintings.
Rest your muscles with a short break before moving on to the Lungkata Walk. Hear the Tjukurpa story of the cheeky Blue Tongue Lizard that goes with the area before striding forward to the Mala Walk!
Your walk ends with a vision worth the effort at Kantju Gorge, a gorgeous waterfall flowing by Uluru’s side and gushing down the gorge awaits you amid dessert surrounds!
Receive a certificate for completing the walk during your return journey.
*This tour involves a lengthy 10.5km gentle walk on flat ground and requires good level of fitness. Entry to Uluṟu – Kata Tjuṯa National Park is an additional expense not included in the trip
Operates: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Departure/Pickup Location: From Ayers Rock Resort
Boards: 06:30 | Departs: 06:30 | Returns: 12:00
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