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Full Uluru Base Walk at Sunrise Including breakfast

  • Experience the sunrise over Uluru with all the tour details taken care of
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off means you're not driving yourself in the predawn darkness
  • Supplied outback picnic breakfast to refuel mid-hike
Full Uluru Base Walk at Sunrise Including breakfast
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Full Uluru Base Walk at Sunrise Including breakfast
Navigating the full circumference of Uluru at sunrise is an ambitious feat, but it's possible with the leadership of a local guide and a hearty breakfast. This tour provides convenient predawn hotel pickup. Then set out for the 7.5-mile (12-kilometer) trek while listening to your guide's commentary and watching the sun rise. Stop mid-hike for a hearty picnic breakfast, surrounded by inspiring scenery.
What to Expect
Roll out of bed in the darkness and be thankful you're not in charge of navigation as you ride from the door of your accommodations to the base of Uluru. 

At the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, begin your predawn walk along the 7.5-mile (12-kilometer) trail just as the sun starts to peek over the horizon. Listen to Tjukurpa (creation time stories) and learn of the Mala people along the Mala Walk to Kantju Gorge. Hear stories of Liru (poisonous snake) and Kuniya (sand python) on the way into the Mutitjulu Waterhole. 

Stop mid-hike to refuel with a hearty picnic breakfast while watching the early morning light play on the huge monolith. Complete the hike and return to your resort for drop-off.
Reviews (109)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Should definitely be on your bucket list!

A wonderful small group (12) experience with informative, friendly and passionate guides (we were fortunate to have two - Georgie and Rachael (in training). It was great to discover so many stories and legends connected to Uluru as well as the wildlife, gorges, caves and...More

Thank Barb C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing way to see Uluru

We did the base walk with SEIT and loved it! (Our tour guide Sol was excellent - he told interesting stories explaining the importance of Uluru and pointed out lots of features of the rock & how they related to Aboriginal history. He made sure...More

1  Thank Ozmandy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great hike

Our guide was Rick. He was very informative and explained what the rock ment to the indiginous peoples of this area. As we walked around the rock he pointed out the sites that were not to be photographed as they were sacred sites where ceremonies...More

Thank george J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Sunrise at Uluru

It was a fabulous adventure from the moment we got picked up at the hotel. Even though it was a very early 515am start, it was totally worth it, to see an outback sunrise. To be able to get up so close and personal to...More

Thank Lisa C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Can't beat it !

The Sunrise Base Walk was wonderful !! I'm usually not one who needs to do the sunrise view, but here it's really important seeing the changing colors, and textures of the Rock up close ! Very dramatic ! There were only 4 of us with...More

1  Thank quackmar
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Response from zekenix | Reviewed this property |
You would want to contact your tour provider prior to your booking if you have specific dietary requirements. There's an IGA store at the Ayers Rock Resort so you have specific needs, it might be best to grab something... More