“Wow, absolutely wonderful tour to see Uluru, one of the most iconic symbols of Australia. It was a long day but worth every minute, to witness the constant changes in the landscape and learn about the culture of the indigenous people that live within this region. ...Gillian S., United Kingdom – See more reviews
What To Expect
Rising from the desert sands, this massive creation from the dawn of time will overwhelm you. through the richness of its color that changes by the hour, the powerful presence of the Aboriginal Tjukurpa (dreaming) and the enormity of this symbol of the Australian Outback.
Traverse the Walpa Gorge at Kata Tjuta (Olgas), a tumbling mass of protruding rock domes. Nothing will prepare you for your first close up of Uluru (Ayers Rock), listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Visit it and stand in awe!
End the tour by driving back to Alice Springs at sunset with stops along the way, arriving at around midnight.
Head out South Road and on to the Stuart Highway passing the West MacDonnell Ranges
Stop at Stuart's Well for breakfast
Continue on to Mt Conner lookout for morning tea
Head to Kata Tjuta and follow walking trails that lead to cool valleys and secluded waterholes
Enjoy a picnic lunch at Kata Tjuta
Join a base tour and guided walk to Mutitjulu waterhole at Uluru (Ayers Rock)
View aboriginal rock paintings
Visit Uluru Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre and learn more about Tjukurpa (law) of the Anangu people
Light breakfast and lunch
Sunset platter with sparkling wine
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park entry
Guided Mala and Mutitjulu Waterhole walk
Tips and gratuities
*The Uluru climb may be closed at anytime due to Aboriginal cultural requirements or extreme weather conditions.
Hats, sunscreen, sturdy walking shoes and bottled water are required when participating in walks.
All walking and climbs are subject to weather conditions.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.