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    Uluru Base Walk at Sunrise

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    Circle Uluru (Ayers Rock) as the sun rises over the Australian Outback. With fewer than 12 participants, the Uluru Sunrise Base Walk is an intimate introduction to one of Australia's iconic landmarks. Uluru, one of Australia's most famous geographical features, is known worldwide for its natural majesty and significance to the Anangu Aboriginal people. Also called Ayers Rock, this massive rock formation is a "must see" on any visit to Australia.


    Highlights

    • Hotel pickup and drop-off included
    • Personalized service for small groups

    Your guide will take your small group (12 people max) on a relaxed 14km walk around the base of Uluru, where you can learn about Uluru's history and composition, as well as its place in Aboriginal traditions.


    As the sun rises, your guide will lead you to the Mutitjulu Watering Hole and ancient cave paintings, telling you about the Anagu story of creation with rival serpents Liru and Kuniya, as well as Uluru's past and present importance in the world. teaching young Aborigines about their cultural heritage. When the sun rises, you will take a break to enjoy a picnic breakfast in the middle of the bush with the sounds and sights of the desert landscape.

    You will then return to Ayers Rock station. Seeing Uluru at sunrise is a breathtaking experience, and this personalized small-group tour is a highly recommended Australian holiday activity for first-timers and bushcraft veterans alike.



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