Kata Tjuta National Park: 280 miles (450km) southwest of Alice Springs. Ayers Rock/ Uluru, the world's largest monolith and an Aboriginal sacred site is Australia's most famous natural landmark. There are different activities that tourists can participate during their visit in Ayer’s Rock. Here are some of the activities:
My Facts About Australia: Kata Tjuta National Park
• Dine under a million stars at the award-winning Sounds of Silence Dinner. You'll travel to a secluded formal dining setting in the middle of the desert, and sip champagne as the sound of the didgeridoo fills the air and the sun sets slowly over Kata Tjuta and Uluru (Ayers Rock).
My Facts About Australia: Silence Dinner
• Discover Uluru, Kings Canyon and Alice Springs on this 3-day tour starting at Ayers Rock and ending in Alice Springs. Explore Australia's great Central Desert - watch the sunrise over Uluru (Ayers Rock), visit the magnificent Olga Gorge and Kings Canyon, with their beautiful waterholes and dazzling views.
My Facts About Australia: Kings Canyon
• Explore the highlights of the Red Centre on this three day camping safari. See the majestic monolith of Uluru (Ayers Rock), the domes of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and the rugged beauty of Kings Canyon. This tour is designed for those who are looking for adventure and who want to experience the beauty of Central Australia whilst enjoying the reward of camping and meeting new friends.