Ideal duration: 3 days
Best Time: April - September (Autumn - Winter) Read More
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Located in the dry Central Australian desert, you would not imagine Uluru to be such a bustling centre for tourism. Yet, it is. And this breathtaking marvel of nature is definitely one worth a visit!
Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park is a paradise for the lover of outdoors. With an absolute plethora of bushwalk trails, spectacular scenery, heritage and culture, and the inescapable wildlife, you will find yourself immersed in the superb atmosphere of the place. The two rock formations - one a massive monolith, and the other a collection of huge dome shaped rocks - have plenty of beauty on offer. And in the same breath one just has to advise you to witness the sunrise and sunset over the rocks. View the region atop a camel, or better yet from the skies! Rent an airplane or a helicopter, all for you to absorb the fantastic panoramic views of the Australian desert, with the imposing rocks making a hefty appearance. For the more 'hands on' individuals, you will be totally blown away by the variety of bushwalks on offer, each highlighting a different aspect and story from the aboriginal Anangu culture. Then head over to the Ayers Rock Resort, relax, and sit down for a fulfilling meal. The trip to Uluru - Kata Tjuta is a great way to enjoy the untouched and raw beauty of the Earth that is nowadays hard to find!
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