|ULURU SUNRISE, CLIMB AND BASE TOUR|
|Hightlights: • Sunrise at Uluru (Ayers
Rock) • Mutitjulu Walk • Uluru - Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre
Rise early this morning to travel to the Uluru sunrise viewing area. Watch the first rays of dawn set Uluru and the Red Centre alight whilst enjoying a warming cup of tea or coffee and biscuits. For those with a good level of fitness there is the opportunity to climb Uluru. Alternatively, non-climbers can choose to take a peaceful stroll along the Mala walk (non-guided), which winds among the bloodwood trees alongside Uluru. After the climb, join your AAT Kings Driver.Guide for a tour around the base of Uluru. Travel by coach to the Mutitjulu Walk where you will be escorted to the beautiful Mutitjulu Waterhole. View Aboriginal rock paintings and learn about the area as your Driver/Guide points out some native flora and explains the Aboriginal and European history of Uluru. Visit the Uluru - Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre, where you can learn about Aboriginal culture and see Aboriginal arts and crafts, before returning to Ayers Rock Resort.
|ULURU SUNRISE TOUR|
|Highlights: • Sunrise at Uluru (Ayers
Rock) • Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park
Travel to the sunrise viewing area at the eastern end of Uluru and watch the first sunlight of the day creep across the desert plains. Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits as the morning sun slowly changes the colour of Uluru. In summer, watching sunrise at Uluru in the cool morning air is the perfect start to the day. In winter months, we recommend a jacket as the desert air can be cold.
|ULURU SUNRISE AND GUIDED CULTURAL WALK|
|Highlights: • Mala Walk • Kantju Gorge
Rise early this morning to travel to the sunrise viewing area at the eastern end of Uluru. Watch the first rays of dawn set Uluru and the Red Centre alight while enjoying a warming cup of tea or coffee and biscuits. After sunrise travel by coach to the Mutitjulu Waterhole where your guide will indicate the natural features of the landscape, Aboriginal rock paintings and traditional Aboriginal stories relating to this special area. You’ll walk to the sacred site of Kuniya Piti (approximately 1 ½ hours) from where you’ll travel by coach around the base of Uluru to view Kantju Gorge. After rainfall water can cascade down the side of Uluru plunging some 90 metres to the ground. We will now take the Mala Walk (45 minutes) through one of the most important habitation areas for the Aboriginal people over thousands of years. There is also the opportunity to visit the Uluru – Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre where you can learn more about Anangu and Tjukurpa (Anangu beliefs and laws).