A cultural experience closer to the largest monolith of Australia. Learn about the significance of the aboriginal culture and how everything intertwines.
Depart Ayers Rock Resort mid-afternoon for Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park.
Join your driver/guide and learn the significance of ancient Aboriginal rock art, about the area’s flora and fauna, and culture of its traditional owners, the Anangu. Enjoy guided walks of the Mala and Mutitjulu Waterhole sacred sites. View ancient rock art and hear stories of traditional Anangu life.
Learn the Tjukurpa (creation) story of Kuniya and Liru.
Return to Ayers Rock Resort at approximately 5pm.
Please note: Uluru park entry pass is not included in the cost of the tour which is $25 per person.
What are the departure and arrival times?
We leave Ayers Rock Resort at approximately 2:45 pm and return to the resort at approx 5:15 pm
Can I bring my family?
Yes. Children aged 2 years and over are welcome on our tour. Children aged 2-15 and charged $33 per person. All travellers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who will be responsible for their care.
What should I bring on the tour?
Travel voucher, water bottle (capacity 1 litre), strong non-slip walking shoes, hat (wide-brimmed is best), flynet, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera, casual and comfortable clothing (cool, light clothing is best in summer and warm clothing for winter).
How many people are on each tour?
We have a maximum of 20 people on each tour. You will travel in a comfortable air conditioned vehicle.
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