3 Different Ways to See “The Rock” at Sunset

3 Different Ways to See “The Rock” at Sunset

Sunset Camel Trek

Traveling one hour on friendly camels in this spectacular desert region brings you closer to nature and offers great views over Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park.

Price: 88 euros per person

Tour Duration: two hours

If you`ve got enough time, you can explore Uluru and Kata Tjuta this way. If you`re short on time, I would suggest the helicopter flight. 


Sounds of Silence

Watch the sunset through an incredible dining experience called Sounds of Silence. You watch the sun set over Uluru and Kata Tjuta from a private dining setting in the middle of the desert. While sipping a glass of sparkling wine and the sound of a didjeridoo filling the air, you can watch the colors changes as the sun slowly sets over Kata Tjuta and Uluru. When the darkness falls, thousands of stars appear in the Southern sky, taking your breath away. It almost feels as if you can touch them…

Price: 121 euros per adult (Including: Canapés, Beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks, Buffet BBQ, Scrumptious desserts, Tea, coffee and port, Entertainment, Star talk and stargazing, Return transfers from your Voyages Ayers Rock Resort accommodation)

Tour duration: around 4 hours

This is definitely a lovely experience, the stargazing give it that something extra! And if you`re together with your partner visiting Uluru, this has a romantic feeling to it.. 


Sunset Helicopter Flight

My personal favorite! If you only have time to do one thing, I would opt for this one! The helicopter takes you up to see “the rock” from above and seeing the shades of color change every minute while the sun sets has something magical to it.

Price: 99 euros per person

Tour duration: approx. 15 min.


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Special thanks to Northern Territory Tourism for inviting Traveldudes on this trip.



Written and contributed for Traveldudes by IsabellesTravel