Cave Hill Tour from Ayers Rock
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3 day 2 night tour in the magical Australian desert region of Ayers Rock. Join the Anangu tribe for guided tours of Uluru, Kata Tjuta, (the Olgas), and enjoy a special camping night at Cave Hill, which is possibly the most significant art site in Central Australia.
Visiting Uluru Ayers Rock is just one of the must do things to see and this Cultural Icons Tour takes you to a place where the mainstream tourist doesn't go.
Join the Anangu Tribe at Cave Hill, camp out in the desert for a night, learn the local laws and stories, see aboriginal paintings made by the traditional owners of this desert wonderland.
The first time you see Uluru Ayers Rock, the way all tourists do, is one of the most marvelous experiences on this earth, but to gain the knowledge of the Anangu people and learn of the significance of the rock to these people is something that many don't have the opportunity to hear.
Day one takes you to the mystical domes of Kata Tjuta, Olgas, to admire natures wonder and walk among this land that time has forgotten. All the land is sacred to the Aboriginal people and Kata Tjuta has a special place in their Dreamtime. Walk among the sacred domes and enjoy the harsh yet beautiful environment.
On the second day of the tour after viewing Uluru at sunrise and a tour of the base, you travel to Cave Hill, where you won't be just a guest of the Anangu people, you will become a student of their culture and storyline. Join in with their people and see fabulous cave paintings.
Enjoy camping out with the stars as your ceiling and hear of stories of the creation. This is something that most tourists do not get to experience and is something to remember for all time.
Check with your tour desk at the Ayers Rock Resort to book this tour.
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