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Experience the size and splendour of Uluru and Kata Tjuta in one unforgettable flight. Take to the skies in a state-of-the-art helicopter and revel in uninterrupted views of two of Australia's most iconic landmarks whilst learning about the spiritual and cultural significance of the land.
Explore Australia’s famous Red Centre in the comfort and luxury of a helicopter. This 25-minute flight will take you over the world's largest monolith of Uluru, rising a whopping 863 metres above sea level, and Kata Tjuta, famously known as the Olgas. With Kata Tjuta's vast spread of domes and restrictions due to sacred sites, access from ground-based touring is restricted to over 75%. This tour ensures you see the entire formation, consisting of 36 sheer rock domes. Your pilot will provide historical commentary along the way and highlight its cultural and spiritual significance to the local Anangu people, the traditional owners of the land.
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This voucher is valid for one person and requires a minimum of two people to go ahead. Please note there will be other passengers in the aircraft with you.
Flights do not operate in the following conditions - high winds, electrical storms, heavy fog or conditions such as heavy rain where visibility is greatly reduced.
Wear loose comfortable clothing, suitable to the weather on the day. Wear sensible footwear. Sunglasses are a good idea as the glare off clouds can be quite bright. A camera and/or video camera are highly recommended.
This experience takes place in Uluru, NT.