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Marvel at Uluru at sunrise or sunset.
Meet some Aboriginal locals and learn about their culture during this three-day experience.
Experience the unique Sound of Silence dinner under the outback's starry sky.
Uluru is the most famous mountain in Australia.
An guide will explain the paintings on Uluru.
Discover the Aboriginal art that surrounds the Uluru.
During a walk at the foot of Uluru, see the dimensions of the sacred rock up close.
Your guide will tell you about the Anangu people's Dreaming story on how Uluru formed.
Visiting Uluru is a must on any trip to Australia.
The Anangu tribe has lived here for about 20,000 years.
You will learn about the meanings behind the Aboriginal drawings.
Uluru, the "Red Center"
On day 2, you will discover the Olgas of Kata Tjuta mountain range.
You can hike among the cone-shaped rock formations of Kata Tjuta.
Your "Piti Pass" includes excursions to Kata Tjuta National Park.
Your accommodation is the Desert Gardens Hotel.
Stay in a comfortable room and enjoy the views of the impressive Uluru.
Uluru nestles in the magical and mysterious outback
Sound of Silence dinner in the middle of the outback
Watch the sunrise and sunset from Ayers Rock
Go on an excursion to the Olgas from Kata Tjuta
Immerse yourself in the Aborigines mystical world
The mighty Uluru juts out of the Australian outback like a glowing red island. The Aborigines’ sacred mountain, formerly Ayers Rock, is known as the red heart of Australia because it marks the exact geographical center of the continent.
During this three-day experience, you will discover the beauties of the red center and Australia’s most famous mountain. Don’t miss out on this magical destination!
When you arrive at Ayers Rock Airport, a transfer will pick you up and take you to your hotel.
Without a doubt, Uluru is Australia’s most famous mountain and the continent’s landmark. The sandstone formation rises 348 meters high. It’s about 450 kilometers from Alice Springs, in the middle of the Kata Tjuta National Park.
The sacred mountain is essential to the Aboriginal people, so visitors are not allowed to climb it. But the sight of the enormous sandstone monolith is worth the visit. As the sunrise or sunset puts on a color show in the sky, notice how the mountain changes colors.
Hike around Uluru with a guide. Discover the many rock paintings of the Aborigines who have lived here for over 20,000 years. There are also other free activities you can sign up for, like a dance workshop, arts and crafts, or boomerang throwing.
For dinner, enjoy an open-air atmosphere with “South of Silence.” On a platform jutting out into the middle of nature, enjoy an array of local wines and small bites. Watch the fantastic Uluru view pass you by as you listen to stories about Aboriginal culture. The sounds of a didgeridoo and a magical dance performance will make this a night you’ll never forget. As the main course, enjoy a gourmet barbecue with Australian specialties, such as kangaroo and crocodile meat and regional wines. And dessert includes a glass of port wine, coffee, or tea. Enjoy the absolute tranquility of this moment and watch the billions of stars dazzle in the clear, Australian sky.
Overnight with dinner in Ayers Rock, Australia
Set your alarm clock early and drive to the Uluru viewpoint, “Talinguru Nyakunytjaku,” where you will have a front-row seat to a stunning sunrise. The day’s first sun rays will greet you as they arise over the fabulous red mountain and bathe the surroundings in soft red tones. Sip on your morning coffee and tea and soak in these unforgettable sights.
Then you will continue your drive to the 36 mountains of Kata Tjuta, also known as the “Olgas.” On the way, you’ll quickly stop to enjoy some of Kata Tjuta’s incredible southern views. Another great photo opportunity is at Walpa Gorge, where you can explore the spectacular gorges and gorgeous valleys.
In the afternoon, hop onto a bus for a tour around Uluru. Drive to the Mutitjulu Walk close to the waterhole, where you can see the Aborigines' ancient rock paintings. Your guide will tell you stories about their culture, history, and local flora. You can also visit the Kata Tjuta Cultural Center, where you can learn more about Aboriginal culture and their arts and crafts.
In the late afternoon, drive back to the Uluru Viewpoint for an unforgettable sunset bathing the Ayers Rock in many shades of red. Don’t forget to bring your charged camera! Round off the moment with a delicious Australian wine.
Overnight with dinner in Ayers Rock, Australia
Today is the last day of your Uluru experience. In the early afternoon, you will return to the airport, where you will continue your journey or board a plane that takes you home.
We hope you enjoyed your time and come back soon.
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Desert Gardens Hotel****, Ayers Rock, Australia (2 nights)
Natural gardens surround the hotel and you can reach a stunning viewpoint in just 5 minutes. Watch the sunrise and sunset with a cup of coffee or a glass of regional wine. Bunya Bar offers delicious cocktails and a relaxing atmosphere by the pool. At the Arnguli Grill, you can enjoy traditional Australian dishes. The air-conditioned rooms have tea/coffee making equipment, a TV, a radio, and a minibar.
Closest city: Yulara
Duration of the trip: 3 days / 2 nights
"Sound of Silence" dinner
Excursion to the sunrise
Mutitjulu Walk and sunset at Uluru
Excursion to Kata Tjuta
Meals and drinks not mentioned in the scope of services
Personal expenses, such as tips, etc.
The excursions may change depending on weather conditions and season times
A minimum length of stay and surcharges may apply at certain times of the year
Children under 10 years old are not allowed at the “Silence Dinner.”
The return transfer takes place approx. 2 hours before departure.