Explore the extraordinary 600 million year-old monolith of Uluru on a Segway. The tour begins with a guided walk into Mutitjulu Waterhole before you jump on your machine to discover the most scenic part of Uluru's base. Dismount and explore the caves of Mala on foot, and finish with a sunset picnic.
Learn about the history, dreamtime and landscape of Uluru on this five hour tour. Upon arrival at The Rock you'll walk the short track to Mutitjulu Waterhole, the home of Wanampi, the ancestral watersnake. Along the way your guide will tell you about the Anangu people, Uluru's traditional custodians, and share with you their culture, traditions, art and language. Afterwards, you'll undergo Segway training and have some time to practice in a purpose-built area before setting off. Feel the wind in your hair as you cruise around the most scenic part of the rock, stopping along the way to hear about the cultural significance of certain areas and take photographs. At the Mala track, you will dismount and continue on foot so you can explore the caves and rock art up close. As the sun lowers, you'll finish the afternoon with a spectacular sunset picnic of nibbles and sparkling wine before returning to your hotel.
Segway riding is an adventure activity, and as such all participants must be: - above the age of 12 years old - weigh between 45-117kg - be free from serious injuries/illness/medical conditions that may impact your ability to Segway - have the fitness/balance/coordination and vision required to ride a bicycle This activity is not suitable for those who have a history of serious spinal injury or are currently pregnant.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
The tour will run with a minimum of one person.
This tour will continue to operate in rain or shine, unless it is unsafe to continue.
Casual and comfortable clothing, closed in footwear, cap and sunglasses.
This price does NOT include National Park fees - you will be required to pay National Park fees in order to do this tour.
This experience takes place at Uluru, NT.