Viewing the sun rise over Uluru is one of those bucket-list things to do. As the first rays of the sun touch the sands, the birds come alive and herald the dawn of a new day. On this Uluru sunrise tour, you will be captivated by the views from the...
Viewing the sun rise over Uluru is one of those bucket-list things to do. As the first rays of the sun touch the sands, the birds come alive and herald the dawn of a new day. On this Uluru sunrise tour, you will be captivated by the views from the dunes, as the sun rises over Uluru in the foreground, and Kata Tjuta in the distance.
Talinguru Nyakunytjaku is the prime location to view the sunrise at Uluru, and is also a hot bed for Aboriginal culture as the local Anangu people hold this place dear to heart. Your driver/guide will share the rich history of the location and the Anangu way of life as you pass by numerous sacred sites along the way.
Learn about Tjukurpa which is the foundation of Anangu life and culture. Tjukurpa encompasses Anangu religion, law and moral systems, the creation period and the relationship between people, plants, animals and the land.
At Talinguru Nyakunytjaku, you can warm up with a cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate, accompanied with biscuits. Wander around with your cup and choose your preferred vantage point to best enjoy the sunrise. Take in the slow chain of events as the rays of the sun falls over Uluru and the silence is gradually broken by rapturous birdsong. Have your camera handy as the viewing platform gives you bird’s-eye views stretching as far and wide as your eyes can see!
Operates: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Departure/Pickup Location: From Ayers Rock Resort
Boards: 05:35 | Departs: 05:50 | Returns: 75 minutes approximately after sunrise
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