Meet your guide and group at a hotel within the Ayers Rock Resort midday, then board an air-conditioned coach and head for UNESCO-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
On the way, dig in to a packed lunch on the way and enjoy the scenery. Once you arrive, head out for the day’s first hike through Walpa Gorge, which offers great views of Kata Tjuta, and hear guide commentary on the region’s history and geology. Then, visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre to learn about the Pitjantjatjara people.
Next up is Uluru, the famous red-dirt monolith. Take the Mala Walk around the northwest side of the rock, passing some Anangu rock art, and then continue on to the Mutitjulu Waterhole.
Finish the day sipping a glass of sparkling wine as the sun sets over Uluru, then dig in to a traditional Australian barbecue before heading back to your hotel for drop-off.