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Cave Hill Aboriginal Cultural Experience from Ayers Rock

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Journey into the Aboriginal creation stories of the Anangu – the indigenous people of Cave Hill – on a day tour from Ayers Rock. See the creation story of the Seven Sisters, told through the ancient rock art of Cave Hill, one of Central Australia’s most significant Aboriginal rock-art sites. Hear stories handed down by elders over the generations, and take a unique look through the eyes of the indigenous people into their history and culture. This once-in-a-lifetime experience is limited to just 11 participants, ensuring you’ll enjoy a small-group atmosphere with your guide.
Highlights
  • Travel by 4WD vehicle far beyond the terrain that most traditional tours cover
  • Small group means personalized attention and an intimate atmosphere
  • Included morning tea, picnic lunch, and bottled water allows you to travel lightly
  • In-depth experience of aboriginal culture with a native Anangu guide
What to Expect
Beginning with convenient pickup in a 4WD vehicle at your Ayers Rock hotel, venture deep into the Australian outback to Cave Hill. With a guide taking care of navigation, enjoy the scenery and the intimate group atmosphere that comes with traveling in a small group of just 11 people or less. The rugged 4WD vehicle can conquer territory that most ordinary tour vehicles can't, depositing you right at Cave Hill, in the Pitjantjatjara Lands of Central Australia. 
Meet an Anangu guide to learn about songlines: The stories that speak about ancestors during Tjukurpa (creation time) and help Aboriginal people navigate vast stretches of desert. See the cave paintings detailing the Seven Sisters on the ceiling of Cave Hill and get panoramic views of the Musgrave Ranges, Mount Conner, Kata Tjuta, and Uluru.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

An all day thoroughly enjoyable excursion. I achieved what I wanted from this tour - we went deep into the outback experiencing the vastness and solitude of the land/pure and natural nature. We met no traffic on the rough and ready road, no humans until...More

Date of experience: August 2019
Thank whizzmerlin
Reviewed July 8, 2019

We were picked up early from Ayers Rock Resort by SEIT tour guide, then were driven for 1 hour to Curtain Springs station for toilet stop, then another 1.5 hour to Cave Hill, total 2.5 hours one way. After arriving, we were greeted by an...More

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank Azzsyd
Reviewed June 14, 2019

My friend and l have recently returned from a trip travelling through the Red Centre. We undertook 5 trips with SEIT at Yalara. The Cave Hill trip was very special Our tour guide Gareth was exceptional. As we sat in the red sand hearing the...More

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank Placestoseeaustralia
Reviewed May 22, 2019 via mobile

We went out to Cave Hill from Ularu. It was a 2.5 hour drive out from Ularu, half was on dirt roads. The trip out was ok with some nice views of Mt Conner and some less traveled out back. After arriving at Cave Hill...More

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Reviewed April 14, 2019

The encounter with a local Aboriginal elder was very special. Our guide was exceptional, and very attentive to our needs. The rock paintings were amazing to see and hear about. On the downside, the flies in summer are heavy going, and it's a lot of...More

Date of experience: April 2019
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We returned around 3:30 pm, but they indicated that it could be later, perhaps up to 4:30-5 pm.
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Response from 151judew | Reviewed this property |
It depends on what they are doing, if they are busy you may not get an aboriginal guide, however the SEIT guides are fantastic so it would not impede your enjoyment of the site.
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