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Uluru Sunrise and Kata Tjuta Half Day Trip

By: AAT Kings
Highlights
  • See Ayers Rock (Uluru) at the most magical time of day 
  • An early starts means you miss the midday crowds and escape the heat 
  • Navigate the vast desert with ease alongside a guide 
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Uluru Sunrise and Kata Tjuta Half Day Trip
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Uluru Sunrise and Kata Tjuta Half Day Trip
From US$109.49
Overview
Sunrise brings out the best in Ayers Rock (Uluru), making the rock’s vivid-red hue appear at its brightest. Admire the UNESCO World Heritage Site at its most magical during a sunrise tour of Ayers Rock (Uluru) and The Olgas (Kata Tjuta), an easy way to navigate the vast desert that surrounds the natural landmarks. Plus, convenient hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
What to Expect

In the early morning, your tour begins with pickup from your Uluru hotel, where you’ll board an air-conditioned coach destined for the sunrise observation area. As you watch the sun rise, your guide shares Aboriginal history and explains the native flora and fauna.

While enjoying a light breakfast of tea, hot chocolate, and biscuits, you’ll watch the sunrise over the ethereal desert landscapes that surrounding Ayers Rock (Uluru) and listen to morning birdsong.

Then, set out for The Olgas (Kata Tjuta), 36 domed rocks of great spiritual significance to the native Anangu people. Pay a visit to the Walpa Gorge before you’re dropped back at your hotel.

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Reviewed 14 March 2018
A highlight of our time at Uluru traveling with our adult son

The guide provided lots of context for what we were seeing, both in history of the region and the plants and animals that live there: her own enjoyment of the walk suggested that she really likes what she does, an attitude that greatly added to...More

Thank Hope Wesley H
Reviewed 27 February 2018
EARLY START BUT............

...worth the effort. 4.30am wake up but quite a drive to the opposite side of Uluru for sunrise at 6.30. The early morning horizon is so subtle and gradually emerges and Uluru looms up.Then we stopped at another lookout between Uluru and Kata Tjuta with...More

Thank Jenny49962
Reviewed 28 November 2017
Pricey, but value for money

As other reviewers have remarked, tours have their (rather hefty) price and you don't have much choice unless you want to rent a car and explore the area yourself, which we did not. Our excursion was executed with military precision (in a good way) and...More

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Reviewed 27 December 2017 via mobile
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