Explore the valleys and winding chasms of Kata Tjuta/The Olgas on a guided hike, then admire an Uluru sunset, glass of bubbles in hand, before sitting down to a dinner under the stars. Witness an Uluru sunrise as you learn of the traditional stories associated with it from a local Indigenous guide.
This is your opportunity to explore the unique and iconic Uluru along with the ancient formations of Kata Tjuta; both synonymous with the quintessential Australian landscape. Start the day by visiting the 36 red rock domes of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). Get to know the domes, dunes and gullies on a walk through the Domes of Kata Tjuta. In the evening, a 1,000 star dinner is awaiting you back at camp. With the red earth beneath your feet and the starry sky overhead, sit down to a candlelit spread of locally sourced food and wine. Spend the night in twin share permanent tents.
An early start on day 2 is rewarded with an Uluru sunrise. While the morning is fresh, enjoy a walk around the base of Uluru and gain insight into the local Aboriginal culture on the Mala Walk, hosted by a local Indigenous Guide and translator. Perhaps you'll purchase some Indigenous art and craft at the Uluru Cultural Centre before ending your tour at the Ayers Rock Resort.
Indigenous connections to country here run deep; something that the experience provider tries to impress on all travellers on our tours through various organised intercultural exchanges. As any Territorian will tell you, it's these stories that really bring these sites to life.
Trip departs daily from Desert Gardens Hotel at 1.45pm on Day 1 and finishes at Desert Gardens Hotel at 12pm on Day 2.
Maximum group size is 21 people.
Winter (June, July, August) night time temperatures in the Red Centre and South of the country can reach below zero. From October to March it is likely that you will experience temperatures of over 35 degrees Celsius, and sometimes well into the 40s.
Australia has relaxed attitudes to standards of dress, however the extreme sunshine can cause sunburn- particularly in summer. We recommend that you bring loose, cool, cotton clothing to protect yourself from the harsh sun. A sun hat, sunscreen and sunglasses are a must. Bring layers for the night. Warm jacket, thermals, woollen hat is advisable for the colder months.
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