Alice Springs to Uluru Sightseeing Tours

Alice Springs to Uluru Sightseeing Tours

Alice Springs to Uluru Sightseeing Tours: Some of the highlights of sightseeing trips from Alice Springs to Uluru include the Mala Walk, the Mutitjulu Waterhole, a sunset viewing at Uluru, and a desert barbeque supper with Australian flavours. The tours often include hotel pickup, round-trip transportation, entry fees, and meals. Another option is to take a shuttle from Alice Springs to the Ayers Rock Resort; then, you may go at your own leisure as you see the sites. 

Mulgas Adventure Tours

You can view Uluru at dawn and sunset on Mulgas Aventure excursions, and there are lots of other ways to explore Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park’s natural beauty. Spend the night in the middle of nowhere on an overnight trip; explore the Red Centre’s top attractions over three, four, or five days, stopping to see King’s Canyon, Walpa Gorge, and the West MacDonnell Ranges along the way.

Kata Tjuta

For your first hike of the day into Walpa Gorge, you’ll go to Kata Tjuta (Olgas). On the first stroll of the day, take in the Kata-Tjuta domes, and on the second, see the wide plains.

Aboriginal Cultural Centre

After that, you may want to stop by the Aboriginal Cultural Centre to pick up some trinkets and find out more about the indigenous Pitjantjatjara people. In order to construct the Cultural Centre, the local Anangu people used 90,000 mud bricks. Located on a holy place, it has great significance for the local Anangu community.

Uluru – Mala Walk

The next stop is at Ayers Rock, the base of Uluru, which is next to the Uluru climb’s entrance. You may marvel at the towering vertical cliffs and see several excellent pieces of Anangu rock art along the Mala Walk, which follows Uluru’s north-west flank.

Uluru – Mutitjulu Waterhole

The Kuniya parking lot is located behind Uluru, and we drive around it from the front. The Mutitjulu Waterhole, the second stop on your guided Uluru tour, is located here. The Anangu people have long made use of this waterhole as a hunting spot, and the guide will tell you tales about these traditions and more. In the past, the Anangu people, who are still around today, made use of the caverns that contain rock art.

The Uluru Sunset

Now we can enjoy the day’s high point: the spectacular Uluru sunset. An unforgettable day filled with breathtaking beauty. We left for Alice Springs around dusk. Your trip will conclude at Outback Pioneer after dark unless you’re concluding it at Ayers Rock Resort.

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