Uluru Morning Guided Base Walk including Breakfast

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$199.00AUD
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What you can expect

Discover the natural and historical beauty of Uluru with the 10.5km Uluru Morning Guided Base Walk Tour. You and your fellow adventure-seekers will travel to Uluru an hour before sunrise to witness an exceptional sunrise, and the many beautiful landscapes found within the historically renowned Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

After an early wake-up call, your travel guide will take you to the base of Uluru. After having a delicious and fueling breakfast, you and your fellow travellers will visit the Kuniya Piti, a sacred Uluru site, where you can hear the beliefs, laws and stories of the aboriginal inhabitants of Uluru, the Anangu.

Next, you will embark on the Mala Walk, one of the most heavily populated areas of the local Aboriginal people for thousands of years. This walk also includes a visit to the Kantju Gorge. This vast gorge that lights up in the sun, and has been a place of quiet and admiration for thousands of years. Take in the silence and solitude.

The tour continues with a walk along the Lungkata Walk where your guide will tell you all about the Tjukurpa story of the Blue Tongue Lizard before visiting the Mutitjulu Waterhole. This waterhole has also been a place of gathering for thousands of years, and your guide will tell the amazing history of the area while you can look at the rock paintings. The tour ends with a final walk back to Kuniya Pita where you will board your coach bus and travel back into town.

To experience one of the top things to do in Uluru, book online today for an incredible close encounter at one of Australia's iconic attractions.

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What you need to know

Inclusions
  • Uluru Morning Guided Base Walk (10.5km)
  • Tea, Coffee and Biscuits
  • Light Breakfast
  • Mutitjulu Waterhole
  • Souvenir Certificate
  • The Mala walk
  • Kantju Gorge
  • Hear the Tjukurpa story
  • Aboriginal rock paintings
  • Transfers
Exclusions
  • Drinking water
  • Walking shoes
Extras
  • All visitors must pay a compulsory $38 Kata Tjuta National Park fee per person that is NOT included in the tour price and is payable on the day of the tour
Highlights
  • Aboriginal rock paintings
  • Uluru Morning Guided Base Walk (10.5km)
  • The Mala walk
  • Kantju Gorge
  • Breakfast
  • Excellent Tour Guides
Time
  • Tour departs on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
  • Departs : 1 Hours prior to sunrise
  • Returns : 11:30AM (APR-SEP) or 11:00AM (OCT-MAR)
  • This tour finishes at a later time and therefore it may not return to Ayers Rock Resort in time to meet airport transfers and flights on this day
What To Bring
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Sunglasses, sunscreen and hat
  • Water bottle to hold 1.5 litres
  • Camera
  • Warm layers in cooler months
Additional Information
  • This tour finishes at a later time and therefore it may not return to Ayers Rock Resort in time to meet airport transfers and flights on this day
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the tour
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher

Recent reviews

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5

k Beautiful dawn walk around the base of Uluru

k Beautiful dawn walk around the base of Uluru. The pace from the guide was perfect as were his insightful stories and information as we went round. Plenty of time to enjoy the great natural beauty and to take pictures as the places where that was allowed. A wonderful morning that we will never forget. Thank You!

Julian Eardley about 4 years ago

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