Uluru guided cultural walk and desert sunset
Depart your hotel or campsite with your interpreter and Local Anangu guide employed from Mutitjulu community.
You may have one of the traditional owners their children or
grandchildren, an ancient Nankari (healer) or one of the many magnificent artists or elders that are residing at the base of Uluru within UKTNP. See the marks left in the landscape while you share traditional stories of battles, celebrations, crime and punishment, all passed down to your local guide, as part of an oral culture since time began. Develop an understanding for life in the desert learning traditional food gathering, bush medicine and hunting methods. Learn ancient tool making techniques. Visit the cultural centre and explore the local art galleries, perhaps even discover some paintings or punu (wood) work created by your own personal guide. Finally relax with an icy cool drink and some nibbles as the setting sun lights up Uluru and the surrounding desert plains. Please note as respect for the local Mutitjulu community whose artists and guides work closely with the business. No alcohol is served on the tours within UKTNP. On occasions cultural responsibilities may prevent the attendance of a local Mutitjulu guide.
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