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Palya! Welcome to Anangu land. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is Aboriginal land. It is jointly managed by its traditional owners Anangu and Parks Australia. The park is recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site for its natural and cultural...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Uluru Rd, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
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We definitely reccomend this tour and we loved our tour guide, Alex. He was very informative and made the trip around the rock very fun. We were thankful for the cold water on board to fill up our bottles and the sunset was gorgeous. The...More
As I'd won this part of my 'lifetime trip' this place was absolutely awesome.
Forgotten our tour guides names and yes they knew their stuff about this glorious location.
If you're someone who's spiritual I'd highly recommend this place as it is a 'Must-do' bucket...More
We were in the area two nights and experienced thunder, lightening, clear skies, grey skies. Amazing how the rock changes (and the desert). We walked round the rock (three hours) which was great and an ideal to see it in all its glory as well...More
We took the hop on hop off transfer service and ranger walk. Both were ok but the ranger really needs some training in how to deal with the public. He lost half of the group as we was so ponderous. If we were to do...More
We travelled on this tour with our guide Dan and Driver Rob on 8/1/19. We were so blown away with their professionalism and customer focus. We were picked up from our accommodation right on time and given our breakfast bags. Dan helped us with our...More
Great experience, nice people, rich culture, wonderful sunrise and sunset, an excellent get away to reset ourselves and connect with the nature. It's the first time I saw millions of stars shinning brightly at night and milky way! The Uluru and Kata Tjuta are both...More
Uluru is the best site of our trips in Australia. At the beginning, we were not sure if it would be worth all the efforts to go all the way to visit it. Now we are very pleased that we made the efforts and experienced...More
The base walk is quite long and if you start too late in the day, it’s hot and the sun will be in your eyes for most of it. If you go clockwise from the Mala carpark before sunrise, the sun will be out of...More
Yes- as mentioned- flies will be bad - just take a head net. I was there in December 2018- it was 42c- we still did the Valley of the winds and base walk- but it was hard work. You need to get out and start by 7am... you... More
Yes- as mentioned- flies will be bad - just take a head net. I was there in December 2018- it was 42c- we still did the Valley of the winds and base walk- but it was hard work. You need to get out and start by 7am... you want to be done with the long walks by 1030-11am.
No need to book a tour. Just book the single return trip bus Uluru Hop On Hop off $49 pp They pick up at your accommodation.You also need a park entry from Parks Australia $25 pp 1/2 kids While on Parks Website download... More
No need to book a tour. Just book the single return trip bus Uluru Hop On Hop off $49 pp They pick up at your accommodation.You also need a park entry from Parks Australia $25 pp 1/2 kids While on Parks Website download the walking trail maps. The bus drops you at the point of your choice and you can walk all or some of the sections. I recommend the walk between Kuniya Piti to Kantju Gorge /Mala Carpark. It was spectacular. The walk is flat and sandy and easy for the average person. It was about 6 kms total for that section. from Mala carpark there is another 2k return walk into a gorge which is popular. The walk around the rest of the rock takes you out and away a bit so if time limited stick to those sections. If you are staying one night then a sunset viewing is good. You can book via the resort website. The Field of Light Star pass combines sunset and entry to exhibition but is expensive. If you want to eat in a restaurant at the main hotels at night make an advance booking otherwise there are limited options or room service.
There are tours listed on the ayers rock resort site