We picked this tour not only because it was aboriginal operated, but also because of the history of the area. We enjoy this type of tour, as it challenges your thought process, and your own world views. Graham certainly presents a different take on many things, but isn't that the idea? It is a different view from our own, but I am open to listening and THINKING about what is presented. On this front, Graham does an outstanding job. He not only presents the aboriginal view, but also mainline history of the area. You leave free to accept what you wish. The landscape and views are outstanding. We left with a much greater appreciation of the area, and respect for native views on creation, climate, and the world we all inhabit. Certainly, and understandably, Graham is justified in being proud of his heritage, and this comes across. Mungo is just a great different slice of Australia, and this tour is the way to experience it. A beautiful area, justified in its World Heritage Site status.
My wife insists, this was the best experience in our 18 day trip to Australia and New Zealand.
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