So beautifull. We had the sunrise tour and after we went to the Olgas and some hiking in another sacred area.
About Kata Tjuta (The Olgas)
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Good to see both close up, whilst enjoying a walk, and from afar as an amazing landmark on otherwise flat desert. Lots of flies / mosquitos around - take insect repellent!
Visitors come to Uluru mainly for Ayers Rock but Kata Tjuta is as beautiful and you should not miss it especially that your national park permit gives access to both spots. Kuta-Tjuta is further away from Uluru, some hikes close down "officially" during the heat...More
The Olgas are well worth visiting. We did an early morning tour before the heat becomes too much. The rock formations are fascinating and the history of the area utterly fascinating. The walks around the rocks are well worth doing. Outstanding natural beautiful!
The walk through the Olga’s was awesome. The scenery is breathtaking. But, it’s hot! Not really anywhere to get out of the heat so don’t attempt it if your unfit or elderly.
Probably seen as second best to Uluru, it is not! Equally impressive from afar and close to. The advantage, of course, is to be able to walk through them. The Valley of the Winds full walk is strenuous (especially in the heat) but is fabulous...More