If you went to Uluru what would you do besides gaze in amazement at one of the most important historical sites in Australia which is also visible from space? I'm glad you asked, here are some options:
1) You can walk around the base of the rock and take in the wildlife, geological features and plant life unique to the area. It'll take you about 4 hours to complete this walk.
2) If walking isn't your thing you can take a scenic helicopter ride for one of the best ways to see a bird's-eye view of Uluru in its full glory and the whole Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
3) Enjoy the sunset and desert at night with the Sounds of Silence dinner. Sip wine and dine under the stars.
4) You can also experience the spectacular sunsets while riding on the back of a camel. Your camel tour guide will take you off the beaten track and you'll learn about Uluru's history, plants and animals.
5) Enjoy stargazing, you'll be impressed with how visible some sky objects are such as the Magellanic clouds and the Southern Cross.
6) Stay in luxury tented pavilions at Longitude 131 where you can wake up each morning with Uluru as your backdrop.
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