APT NT Short Breaks ex Ayers Rock
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park offers visitors a truly unique cultural experience. World Heritage-listed not only for its natural significance, the park is also recognised for its Aboriginal heritage. Anangu people believe that Uluru and Kata Tjuta were formed at the beginning of time by ancestral beings. Today these lands are still home to the Anangu people, one of the world's oldest human societies, and their philosophy and understanding of the landscape is integral to caring for this sacred environment.
Gain an insight into the area and local indigenous culture on guided walks through Kata Tjuta (Olgas) and around Uluru (Ayers Rock). Discover ancient rock art sites, hear creation stories from the dreamtime and learn about the rare flora and fauna of the park. Explore sacred sites such as the Mutitjulu waterhole and stunning Kantju Gorge, and retrace the steps of the Aboriginal ancestors to discover the special history of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
APT is proud to showcase the magical experience of watching Uluru transform colour as the sun sets. Enjoy a glass of wine during this natural spectacle, as Uluru shifts from subtle earth tones, to bright yellow, vibrant orange, striking red and deep purple as the sun dips below the horizon.
Book your Red Centre or Top End Short Break with a friend before 31 March 2012 and SAVE 30% off one booking.
Single Travellers SAVE 15%!
*Valid for travel until 31 December 2012 – not combinable
**1st person at full price and friend receives 30% off