Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Sightseeing Tours Australia Now Offers Uluru Tours



Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a bastion of the Australian landscape, casting a surreal scene over the outback with its rusty-red haze and impressive silhouette.
But it’s not just breath-taking scenery that Uluru offers its visitors. It also boasts a rich and fascinating history that spans back thousands of years, and provides a first-hand insight into indigenous lifestyles.
This laidback, cultural lifestyle sprawls out into the surrounding areas – areas of natural beauty and spectacular views. Uluru tours not only take in the great rock itself, but they also soak up the canyons, valleys, and dusty landscapes surrounding it.
Our new Uluru tours provide you with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to bask in the glow of Uluru itself as well as explore the quiet beauty of the areas surrounding it. We run a variety of tours for different tastes, so there’s bound to be something for you.

1-Day Uluru Tour from Alice Springs
This bitesized Uluru experience provides the chance to get up close and personal with the stunning rock itself, as well as explore some of the National Park surrounding it. Mixing culture with scenery, you’ll get to hike, learn about indigenous cultures, and gaze, awe-inspired at the views of Kata Tjuta.

3-Day Uluru & Kings Canyon Tour

Explore the region for a little longer on this 3-day trip to Uluru that runs via the heady, panoramic views across Kings Canyon. If the views aren’t enough, there’s always the chance to take a camel ride through the dusty outback to really immerse yourself in the traditional ways of the region.

Uluru Sunrise and Sacred Sites from Ayers Rock
This tour takes in the incredible selection of sacred sites that are dotted around the nearby scenery of Ayers Rock. You’ll get to experience the majestic sunrise from Talinguru Nyakunytjaku and learn about indigenous history.

Kata Tjuta and Uluru Sunset from the Rock
Combine two of the region’s most spectacular sites on this tour that takes in Kata Tjuta and Uluru. You’ll also get to explore the Walpa Gorge on a hike through the magical scenery and experience the feast of colours that shroud Uluru at sunset.

4-Day Ayers Rock and Surrounds Rock to Rock
Spend longer digging into the history, culture, and beauty of the area surrounding Ayers Rock on this extended, in-depth tour. You’ll get a comprehensive insight into the exceptional landscape of the region, taking in many of the major sites, including Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon, and Uluru itself.

5-Day Darwin to Alice Springs with Uluru Detour
Really get to grips with the spectacular outback with this 5-day tour that takes in the rugged, wild landscape from Darwin to Alice Springs, giving you plenty of time to explore Uluru and its magnificent surroundings. 

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