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Cave Hill Aboriginal Cultural Experience from Ayers Rock

Highlights
  • Full-day tour to Cave Hill from Ayers Rock by 4WD
  • See ancient cave paintings depicting the stories of creation
  • Hear Aboriginal stories handed down through generations
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Cave Hill Aboriginal Cultural Experience from Ayers Rock
From US$207.21
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Cave Hill Aboriginal Cultural Experience from Ayers Rock
From US$207.21
Overview
Venture deep into the Australian desert to Cave Hill, a daunting prospect for independent travelers, in the company of a guide to learn about aboriginal culture. Traveling with a small group of just 11 people or fewer, meet an indigenous Anangu guide to hear stories of the Seven Sisters and see ancient rock art.
What to Expect
Beginning with convenient pickup in a 4WD vehicle at your Ayers Rock hotel, venture deep into the Australian outback to Cave Hill. With a guide taking care of navigation, enjoy the scenery and the intimate group atmosphere that comes with traveling in a small group of just 11 people or less. The rugged 4WD vehicle can conquer territory that most ordinary tour vehicles can't, depositing you right at Cave Hill, in the Pitjantjatjara Lands of Central Australia. 

Meet an Anangu guide to learn about songlines: The stories that speak about ancestors during Tjukurpa (creation time) and help Aboriginal people navigate vast stretches of desert. See the cave paintings detailing the Seven Sisters on the ceiling of Cave Hill and get panoramic views of the Musgrave Ranges, Mount Conner, Kata Tjuta, and Uluru.
Reviews (17)
1 - 5 of 15 reviews
Reviewed today
Long drive but worth it!

The Cave Hill area is a 2 1/2 hour drive from Uluru but it was worth the drive. Micah (Not sure that is the correct spelling of her name) provided us with historical, geographic and aboriginal information en route to our designation. We had morning...More

Thank luraUSA
Reviewed 1 week ago
A long long trip

It is a long trip for not much to be honest. If the local guide is there may be burt you are never sure. The cave is interesting but not to the point of being at full speed more than an hour on a earth...More

Thank eric l
Reviewed 27 September 2018
Fabulous day out at Cave Hill

We had an awesome day out with our guide, Alex, who gave us excellent service and commentary about the area during the trip. The mini bus was very comfortable. After a delicious morning tea, the walk to the cave was easy and along the way...More

Thank Stephen M
Reviewed 13 August 2018 via mobile
Cave Hill tour

I did this tour last week with Emily. It was like traveling with a friend. She was warm welcoming and very knowledgeable about the history and stories about Cave Hill. It is such a sacred and special place and one that I would recommend to...More

Thank traciestewart
Reviewed 26 July 2018
One of Life's Best Experiences

We will never forget the day we spent travelling to Cave Hill with SEIT Outback Australia. We were picked up by our tour guide, Georgia, on a cold Yulara morning and were very fortunate to be a small group of 4 (I think the max...More

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15 April 2018|
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Response from greenfr0g | Reviewed this property |
We returned around 3:30 pm, but they indicated that it could be later, perhaps up to 4:30-5 pm.
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Sue C
15 April 2018|
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Response from greenfr0g | Reviewed this property |
The primary tour guides are non-Aboriginal, provided by SEIT Outback. They have been very well trained with the cultural, geological and historical information of the area around Cave Hill. When the tour arrives at Cave... More
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