Kata Tjuta & Dunes The Kata Tjuta and Dunes tour introduces you to the Central Australian arid desert. Leaving mid-afternoon, our guide will explain the nature of the desert and it's development. A short walk to the dune lookout puts one in touch with your environment and lets you delight in the spectacular panoramic view of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) - a very sacred place to the Aboriginal people. Arriving at Walpa Gorge (Olga Gorge) we walk into this mystic place, to hear how it has evolved over millions of years.
Spirit of Uluru This tour to Uluru provides the opportunity to witness the spectacular sunrise without rushing, all the while absorbing an exposition of Uluru's natural history and deep significance to the Anangu people. Short walks will bring you close to this wonderful and powerful place, viewing rock art, waterholes and appreciating the unique flora and fauna of Uluru. A special feature is the appreciation of the exquisite as well as the dramatic sculpturing of Uluru. This tour provides time to amble, to absorb images and to gain an insight into Uluru's remarkable presence.
Anangu Waai Aboriginal Uluru This is one of the most famous tours of Uluru. On this small group tour you enjoy sunrise, a restaurant breakfast overlooking Uluru and the Liru Walk with Aboriginal guides. On the famous Liru Walk you will retrace the path of the Liru Ancestors through the bushland near Uluru. Hear the tragic fate of Lungkata (Blue Tongue Lizard Man), who is still lying at the base of Uluru. See demonstrations of ancient bush skills such as making kiti (bush glue), making fire without matches and carving wooden tools with only a sharpened stone. Learn to hold and throw a spear.
Tali Wiru 'Tali Wiru', meaning beautiful dune in local Anangu language, encapsulates the magic of fine dining under the Southern Desert sky. Instead of walls, this open-air restaurant has magnificent views of Uluru and the distant domes of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), and for music there's the stillness of the desert at night. Relax with Champagne and canapés around a firepit, while watching the sunset. As day turns to night, stroll to the top of the dune for a table d'hote four-course dinner, matched with premium Australian wine. After dinner, a local storyteller will captivate you with celestial creation stories, as a didgeridoo plays softly in the background.
Camel to Sunrise or Sunset Skilled cameleers describe the flora and fauna of the central Australian Outback landscape as you experience the wonders of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) at sunrise or sunset while riding through the rich red sand dunes on camel back.