Also known as Ayers Rock, Uluru is one of Australia’s prime attractions. It is an ancient monolith made of sandstone that seemingly changes in color, depending on the season. The mythic rock is an awe-inspiring phenomenon to visit in person.
Once you reach, your tour guide provides you with a short safety briefing, and you’re ready to explore Uluru’s base with your tour guide. From the Kuniya car park, your tour guide will take you to the Mutitjulu Waterhole, an iconic Uluru attraction. The waterhole has an unusual shape and is a haven for many animals as well as for the Indigenous Australian community. The cave boasts rock art and walking trails that are worth exploring.
After you’ve had your fill of the waterhole, delve into the local Anangu culture as well as its flora, fauna, and geology. In the end, once you are back in the parking space, the tour ends with easy transfers from Uluru to your hotel.