Desert camel trek
Enjoy the view of the desert scenery atop a camel for a unique perspective. Climb aboard for a quiet, leisurely walk to watch the sun rise over Uluru. Your guides will prepare you a breakfast of billy tea and freshly baked beer bread.
Circumnavigate Uluru by foot or bike
The Anangu traditional landowners prefer visitors don’t climb Uluru because for them it’s a sacred site. Instead, join a walking tour led by an Aboriginal guide, or hire a bike near the cultural centre and circumnavigate Uluru on the 10.6 kilometre base walk, which is dotted with interpretive displays. It’s a great way to see the many springs, waterholes, rock art caves and ancient paintings at Uluru’s base.
In the afternoon, jump on the back of a Harley Davidson motorcycle and enjoy the spectacular views.
Enjoy a unique dinner under the stars
Make dinner memorable; the Sounds of Silence is a unique dining experience that starts with canapés and a 360-degree view of the sunset over Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
Enjoy your next course, a gourmet barbecue of native game, with bush salads and fine Australian wines, which is followed by an Aboriginal dance performance and an explanation of the night sky, guided by the resident ‘star talker’.