- Kata Tjuta and Uluru sunset tour with barbecue dinner option
- Stop to see the domes of Kata Tjuta from a special viewing platform
- Take a guided walk past native flora in Walpa Gorge
- Sip wine and enjoy nibbles as you watch the sun set over Uluru
- Dine on a traditional Australian barbecue including beer, wine and soft drinks (if option selected)
- Stargaze under the southern night sky with your knowledgeable guide (if option selected)
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
This is a great combination of Ayers Rock's two major attractions, Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Enhance this magical experience of exploring Kata Tjuta and seeing the sun set at Uluru by including a traditional Australian barbecue dinner and dine under the stars of the desert night sky.
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What You Can Expect
Stop at a viewing platform to see the spectacular domes of Kata Tjuta, formerly known as the Olgas. Then follow your guide on a gentle one-hour walk along a rocky trail through Walpa Gorge, known for its desert plants and animals. While walking, listen to your guide's commentary about the local flora, fauna and geology, and receive insights into the desert environment you're passing through.
As the sun dips toward the horizon, your tour continues to the Uluru Sunset Viewing Area, taking you through the national park and past the unusual sight of camels making their way through the desert.
Enjoy a selection of Australian wines and nibbles while you relax and take in the splendor of Uluru at sunset. Sit and relax or go for a stroll to find your ideal viewing spot to watch Uluru as the sun dips beneath the horizon.
Choose the barbecue dinner option to continue your tour into the evening, and wine and dine under the stars at an exclusive outback venue. Enjoy the tastes and aromas of a traditional Aussie barbecue and sip Australian sparkling wine. The menu includes sizzling gourmet sausages of beef and kangaroo, seasonal salads and fresh bread rolls. Refresh with a complementary selection of wine, beer and soft drinks.
Swap travel stories and sip traditional billy tea as you sit under a canopy of stars, twinkling like diamonds in the clear desert sky. Your local guide and star expert will point out the constellations and planets, locate south using the Southern Cross and identify the gleaming Milky Way.
Kata Tjuta is a less popular but even more amazing rock formation. I loved walking around seeing the desert. Sunset at Uluru was nice, we were able to eat some snacks before the dinner. A great afternoon with amazing views of the desert.
You do need a National Park Pass and will have to buy ti separately. I was disappointed it was not mentioned or included in the description.
A very good tour, a "must do" when in Ayers Rock!