See one of the best sunrises in the world on this Uluru sunrise tour followed by a visit to the Kata Tjuta National Park, which has been home to Aboriginal people for 22,000 years. See the iconic natural attraction Kata Tjuta also known as the...
See one of the best sunrises in the world on this Uluru sunrise tour followed by a visit to the Kata Tjuta National Park, which has been home to Aboriginal people for 22,000 years. See the iconic natural attraction Kata Tjuta also known as the Olgas. End the tour with a walk through the Walpa Gorge, a lush desert haven for plants and animals.
The National Park is also a hotbed of 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.
The viewing platform at Talinguru Nyakunytjaku (meaning ‘to look from the sand dunes’) is the prime location to watch the sunrise at Uluru. Enjoy a hot cup of tea/coffee as you take in the stunning desert landscape – see the transformation when the first rays of the sun light up the iconic Red Centre! Make the most of the ample photo opportunities that this vantage point affords.
After sunrise, you will head to another viewing point where panoramic views of Kata Tjuta await you. They are a group of large, domed rock formations or bornhardts formed over millions of years of erosion by natural forces.
Walpa Gorge is the final destination for the day where you can take a stroll through the rocky track leading you to a world of rare plant species and shrubs called spearwood. Your driver/guide will accompany you through the gorge on a 1-hour walk pointing out the local flora and fauna and sharing some interesting bush survival measures as well.
Operates: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Departure/Pickup Location: From Ayers Rock Resort
Boards: 05:35 | Departs: 05:50 | Returns: 10:30
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