In all honesty, it is just a rock or a formation of rocks that you ar visiting. What makes it special is the experience and the creation stories.
Luke did an excellent job in creating an atmosphere and getting to know the group a little bit. It sure killed at least an hour of the drive out. The little stops in between to strecch legs etc. Was perfect.
During the drive and at the campsite he continued to play the music ( quite an extensive playlist!!!) and made sure it was appreciated by the group.
As it is a safari, a little help is needed from the travelers, which was no problem at all, it really is a nice intermission between the walks, relaxing and the busrides.
As it was hot summer, it did mean getting up at 4 am or 430 am, to make sure you leave on time for the sunrise. With 23 we were quite a large group and i really thinkthis is the max.
Very much appreciate and appreciate that Luke first let the aboriginals tell the story in the culture center and then repeat it, and tell more stories afterwards.
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