If you’re in Australia, you have to visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in Northern Territory. This stunning rock formation can be found right in the heartland of The Outback and is surrounded by springs, watering holes and caves. The rock, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is considered sacred to the Aboriginal people living in the area and is thus full of fascinating history. Visit the culture center to discover more about the ancient rock paintings. For an extra bonus, join a sunrise or sunset tour to see the rock change colors with the sun. We visited on the sunset tour and enjoyed complimentary snacks and bubbly while taking in the beauty of the rock at sunset. Note that as of October 2019, park visitors are no longer able to climb the rock so as to respect its sacred status. #wintergetaway #australia #uluru #outback
Uluru is located in central Australia and is also known as the heart of Australia. There are two main attractions in Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park, namely Ayers Rock, also known as Uluru Boulders, and Kata Tjuta.
Currently, only Ayers Resort in Uluru, eating, drinking and having fun are in the resort. It has five hotels and two five-star hotels: Desert Sails Hotel and Desert Garden Hotel. There are also high-class apartments, lost Camel hotels and inland pioneers budget hotels. You can choose a hotel according to your own economic situation. There are luxury, economical, and bed rooms to meet different needs, but you must make a reservation 1-2 months in advance.
This time we stayed at the Lost Camel Hotel, which was refurbished last year and is very new. This is a contemporary and fun hotel with a blend of Aboriginal culture and urban fashion. The rooms are designed in a simple studio style, with bright colors and fresh white, which are especially comfortable.
If you don't set foot on Uluru, you won't know that a red stone will be abruptly seen in the vast wild red land, like a supernatural monument.
If you don't set foot on Uluru, you won't know that you can enjoy a dinner under the red earth and the vast sea of stars, and you can enjoy the most beautiful and stunning starry sky in the southern hemisphere.
If you don't set foot on Uluru, you won't know that under the night sky, the "wild field starlight" is like a flower-like dreamy bloom. This is the center of the world, the charm of the heart of Australia.
One of the 50 attractions that must go in life, Uluru, Australia, is located in central Australia. In the eyes of Anangu, it is their ancestors who created this land and this immortal boulder, and they are maintaining this land. The successor. Together with Uluru's location in the heart of Australia, the Anan ancients considered this boulder to be the soul and heart of Australia and a holy stone that cannot be violated.
There are many ways to experience Uluru. You can take a helicopter over the sky and enjoy a high-altitude skydiving experience. You can go hiking, ride a camel, or ride a balance car.
You can also experience the Wilderness Starlight Dinner for four and a half hours, enjoying champagne and snacks along the desert viewing platform, while watching the sunset view of Uluru and the panoramic view of its Uluru wilderness. The climax of the dinner party can also enjoy the three-course buffet dinner inspired by the jungle cuisine, including all kinds of red wine, beer and soft drinks. Finally, enter the vast sea of stars in the wilderness of Uluru and see the beautiful wild starlight.
Ululu Wilderness Starlight Dinner (Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes)
235 Australian dollars / adults or children (store price)