Find a few hand-picked Uluru tours, discover the secrets of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with local tour guides for an inspiring experience.
Is it worth to take a tour, or should you explore Uluru / Kata Tjuta on your own you might ask? That's a decision I cannot make for you. People have different reasons why they visit Uluru / Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta / The Olgas...
So what is your reason to visit this Australian icon? The answer can help you to decide which tour to join, or to visit on your own.
If you've got a car, it is easy to discover Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park at your own pace. You can pick up some brochures in the Cultural Center that will give you more insight into the rich Aboriginal culture connected with Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
However, you might miss the deeper understanding which a tour, guided by local Aborigines, can give you. Plus, there are some adventures you can only get when joining a tour. That's why I picked a few Uluru tours for you which surely are an unique experience.
The Anangu people have been living in the Uluru / Ayers Rock area for tens of thousands years, passing on Tjukurpa, or Wapar, the law of the ancestors. Tjukurpa is the foundation of Anangu life.
Tjukurpa cannot be compared with the law of the western world. For the Anangu, Tjukurpa includes law, culture, spiritual beliefs, moral systems, relationship between people and nature, including the physical features of the land.
Anangu are happy to share parts of Tjukurpa with their visitors, while the sacred information will always remain a secret and stay with Aboriginal people.
Join a tour, and get insights into a fascinating culture.
Please note: In addition to any tour booked, visitors to Uluru / Kata Tjuta National Park have to pay an entry fee of AUD 25 at the park entry station. Children under 16 are free. The entry fee is valid for 3 consecutive days.
Start very early in the morning for this unique walk around Uluru base. Bring a warm jacket as the nights can be very cold.
Enjoy the sights of the desert from high above a camel.
I am sure you will enjoy these Uluru tours, operated by tour companies who have excellent tour guides, and care for the natural and cultural heritage of the area. Viator offers many more tours, click here to check them out.
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