- Guided walk around the base of Uluru at sunrise
- View Uluru (Ayers Rock) 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
As the sun rises, your guide will lead you to the Mutitjulu Waterhole and ancient rock art, narrating the Anangu creation story of rival serpents Liru and Kuniya, as well as Uluru’s past and present importance in teaching young Aborigines their cultural heritage. When the sun is up, you’ll take a break to enjoy an outback picnic breakfast amid the sights and sounds of the desert landscape.
Your tour then returns you to the Ayers Rock resort. Seeing Uluru at sunrise is an awe-inspiring experience, and this personalized, small group tour is a top Australian vacation activity and is highly recommended for first-timers and outback veterans alike.
Reviewed by Alyson C, April 2013
Loved the tour. The small group was a great way to experience the rock. Our guide, Ryan was very knowledgable and made the tour fun.
Reviewed by Jo M, April 2013
Totally enjoyed the hike, even if the ground was soggy due to prior days' rain. The guide was very informative all through the walk, explaining the meaning of each part of Uluru as we circled it. Uluru has to be seen in person to be truly appreciated. Awesome!
My only suggestion is that the guides should warn you that you will be about 3 hours into the walk before any restroom is available, or maybe should make a stop after the half hour or so trip to Uluru and before the walk starts.