Don't miss the opportunity to visit the impressive UNESCO World Heritage site with this Uluru-Kata Tjuta Sunrise Tour. Uncover the mythological secrets within the national park.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta Sunrise Tour
We'll pick you up at the time indicated from your chosen meeting point in Yulara, and take you by minibus to one of the most symbolic spots in Australia, Mount Uluru.
As we make our way to Uluru-Kata Tjtuta National Park, we'll come across the red monolith which is sacred to Australian Aborigines. Here you'll enjoy the varied colours that reflect on the 340 metres tall stone as the sun rises.
You'll also learn about the different legends concerning this mount. In fact, the indigenous population believes that mythological beings live in Uluru and guide them during their lives.
After enjoying the sunrise from the Uluru viewpoint, we'll have a tea or coffee accompanied by a snack. The next stop will be about 45 kilometres from Uluru.
We'll arrive at another part of the national park, crowned by the Kata Tjuta mountain, also known as Mount Olga. We'll admire its beauty and walk through the steep walls of the Garganta Walpa.
Finally, we'll be back at the starting point of Yulara after a five hour tour.
When booking, you can choose the meeting point that suits you best. The schedule will vary depending on the date chosen. Below you'll see more details on the timetable:
All of our providers comply with local legislation and applicable health recommendations regarding protective material and safety to help avoid the spread of Covid-19.
|Adults||Children between 2 and 16 years old||Children under 2 years old|
Children between 2 and 16 years oldUS$ 52.60
Children under 2 years oldFree
The tour is exclusively in English.
Tranport by minibus.
English speaking guide.
Tea, coffee and snack.
When to book?
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities.
We will send you a voucher that you can show on your phone to take part in the activity.
No (not suitable for people with reduced mobility).