- Guided walk around the base of Uluru at sunrise
- Learn the cultural history and creation stories of the Anangu people
- Enjoy an outback picnic breakfast
- Small-group tour ensures an intimate, once-in-a-lifetime experience
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
This is a must-do experience with knowledgeable guides. As you walk around the base of Uluru, you will see the many different colors and textures of Ayers Rock. Walking with a small group of no more than 11, the walk is around 6 hours, but flat and easy in the coolest part of the day.
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We loved the base walk around Uluru, our tour guide was very knowledgable and we learnt heaps about the rock, we enjoyed the light breakfast included in the fee and we felt this tour was the highlight of our visit to the Red Centre
This tour was the highlight of my trip. The guide was excellent and picked a great spot to watch the sunrise and then throughout the walk told many great stories and the history around Uluru. Loved the stories and seeing how it all relates back to the rock and its surface and caves was so interesting. Definitely wouldn't have been the same without this information.
Outstandingot trek with a wonderful guide. Ryan is friendly, knowledgeable and considerate. We enjoyed his presentations .
Loved this tour there was only 10 of us and Ryan our guide was fantastic. He knew so much and kept my 2 children amused the whole way round. Highly recommend this tour
Our guide, Ryan, did a great job as did his assistant, Laueen, but I was disappointed that we didn't hane an indigenous guide. That would have been fantastic!
This walk is long, but easy. It was great to see all the interesting spots and learn about the culture of the Aboriginal people.
A great your with an informative guide. Plenty of food in the breakfast pack. Wonderful place.
Beautiful views with a fascinating history. This guided tour was a highlight of our trip to Uluru.
This tour was great. The 12 kilometre base trail was easy. Our guide Kim was great. The breakfast was good
great experience, with a guide who was very well informed and truly interested in providing us with understanding of both the indigenous and non indigenous perspectives of the site.