Day 1: Kata Tjuta and Uluru Sunset
Driving first to Kata Tjuta, you’ll have the option of heading out to explore the site’s 36 domes and learn about its ecological and geological significance from your guide along the way; so it’s definitely a walk worth doing if you’re up to it.
The perfect end to a remarkable day is watching the Rock’s rich colours change against a blazing Red Centre sunset. (D)
Day 2: Uluru Sunrise
Enjoy a glorious sunrise with a walk around the base of Uluru. Deepen your understanding of the land and the Mala people during a cultural interpretive walk with an Aboriginal guide.There’s an opportunity to purchase Aboriginal arts and crafts at the Cultural Centre before making our way back to Ayers Rock Resort (Yulara) where the tour concludes. (B)
Sturdy walking shoes, hat and sunscreen, toiletries, warm clothing in winter, swimwear and towel in summer, water bottle, torch, insect repellent and camera.
Experienced guide and host, national park entry, meals as indicated, finger food for Uluru sunset, accommodation/Ayers Rock airport transfers, air-conditioned vehicle, Aboriginal cultural interpretive walk (min 2 passengers required) and accommodation as below:
Permanent tented camp including proper bed, linen, light, fan and power (with shared facilities).
B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner.
Itineraries may vary and/or attractions be substituted for any cause including seasonal conditions, weather extremes, and traditional owner/national park requirements.
Travel Insurance is compulsory for all travellers on all tours and details must be presented to your tour guide before departure. It is your responsibility to advise us if you have any special dietary requirements, allergies, or medical conditions well ahead of departure. From October to March it is likely that you will experience temperatures of over 35 degrees Celsius, and sometimes well into the 40s. Be prepared to endure extra physical stress due to the heat at these times, especially while on walks. These extreme temperatures can also place stress on the air-conditioning units within our vehicles, which can make travelling uncomfortable. Your tour guide will assist with regular breaks and information to assist keeping hydrated. In July and August, very cold temperatures can be experienced in the outback, especially overnight. Please come prepared for all extremes.
Please review our Terms and Conditions of Travel documentation for more information.