Uluru Indigenous Cultural Tour with AAT Kings

December 31, 2012 on 7:11 pm | In Adventure Travel, Australia, New South Wales, Northern, Queensland, South Australia, Sydney | Comments Off



Australia’s leading coach touring company enhances its latest Uluru Day Tours program

If you have ever dreamt of visiting the Red Centre, seeing the changing colours of Uluru at sunset or discovering the true essence of the outback, then now is the time to plan that ultimate holiday as AAT Kings (www.aatkings.com.au) is offering an array of hassle-free guided tours as well as a unique indigenous experience, as part of its new 2012/13 Uluru Day Tours program.

Showcasing several exciting enhancements and improved services, the new program is designed to provide you with more authentic experiences covering the major natural landmarks of Uluru, Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and Kings Canyon, to help complement your Aussie adventure.

AAT Kings is delighted to offer you a unique insight into the Anangu people with The Rising Sun half day tour a must for all travellers when visiting this fascinating region. On this tour, you will be led by an indigenous guide who will teach you traditional bush skills, share legendary stories around the campfire, as well as show you many sacred sites as you walk around the base of Uluru. Travellers will also witness a breathtaking Uluru sunrise before enjoying a sumptuous breakfast against the backdrop of Uluru. Priced from $155 per person and $78 per child plus an extra $25 National Park entry fee, The Rising Sun departs daily one hour before sunrise returning to Ayers Rock Resort around midday.

In line with the new program, AAT Kings’ sunrise and sunset dining opportunities have undergone a major upgrade to include an intimate barbecue dinner at the base of Uluru within Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. As the only tour operator to be given this exclusive access, here you will enjoy a delicious Aussie BBQ and sip champagne while watching an incredible Uluru sunset.

While in the Red Centre, visitors can save up to 20% when they buy two tours with AAT Kings Sightseeing Passes and receive value-for-money savings as you explore the wonders of Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park. For those travellers who wish to explore other places outside of Yulara, AAT Kings offers transfers to and from Kings Canyon and Alice Springs, providing a smooth connection between each destination.

The 2012/13 Uluru Day Tours brochure boasts a refreshing new look featuring vibrant imagery, category icons, more detailed itineraries, listed inclusions, notes on what you need to bring, as well as clearly displays departure and return times – all of which acts as an informative guide giving you more choice when planning your upcoming Red Centre escape.

For more information on the new brochure, visit the website at www.aatkings.com.au  call 1300 AAT KINGS (1300 228 546), or speak to your local travel agent.

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