Taking any of our uluru tours will take you to the Australia’s Northern Territory, within the Kata Tjuta National Park. Ayers Rock/Uluru is the largest monolith in the world, and probably Australian most famous natural wonders and tourist stop. Enjoy the unique opportunity to experience Aboriginal culture, in both natural wilderness and history as Ayers Rock/Uluru has long been a sacred site for the Anangu Aboriginal people.
Immerse yourself in this spiritual and remarkable environment and be mesmerised with the awesome beauty of endless plains of Kings Canyon by taking our uluru tours from Alice Springs. Visitors to Uluru/Ayers Rock may want to take also 4WD tours which will enable to see to the most famous natural attractions in the Northern Territory : enjoy the highlights of Uluru/Ayers Rock at a special price. Experience the Sounds of Silence dinner under the stars, for a truly memorable short break in the Northern Territory.
Since Uluru/Ayers Rock is in the middle of the Australian desert, expect temperatures to be very hot during the day and quite cold at night. Visitors appreciate being able to go hiking through the Valley of the Winds at Kata Tjuta/The Olga to explore the Uluru flora and fauna. A must-do in the Northern Territory is to discover the magnificence of both Uluru/Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta/the Olgas. These rock formations are very impressive because of their size (Uluru, a single sandstone mass, is 348m high and has a circumference of 9.4km, when Kata Tjuta, made up of volcanic stones wrapped in red sandstone, is larger but not as famous as Uluru), but they also are an important part of the cultural landscape of this Australian Red Center and Aboriginal culture. The features of both Uluru/Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta National Park are evidence of the actions, artifacts and bodies of the ancestral heroes, called tjukuritja, who travelled the earth in creation times.
Definitely, Uluru/Ayers Rock tours are an exciting and unique journey into the Australian desert. Either a walking tour of Kata Tjuta National Park or a 4WD one will be worth of the time you’ll spend admiring Australia’s most famous rock, Uluru.