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Reviewed January 21, 2020

We started around 5 AM. It had rained the previous day and so was cool and comfortable. Its red dirt and the rock is very impressive. The guide stops and tells us of Aboriginal sensitive areas where no photography is allowed. No one knows why sensitive. So was lacking credibility. The stories of the aboriginal people (ANANU) were more like fairy tales or stories from Childrens books than like mythology. On our hike the water holes were full and the frogs in full throttle. The biggest issues is there are no toilets anywhere on the hike. We had women and children who struggled. For what the park charges as entrance fees, toilets are the bare minimum that can be expected. To be expected to carry heavy water bottles was a pain. We saw men and women move behind bushes to pee over a four hour hike. The guide warned on poisonous snakes. The Australian government needs to something here. Was very third world not caring of tourists. The hike while good was not spectacular. The caves for cooking and gathering needed a lot of imagination to agree with. On the whole a good hike. Need better facilities. A sure NO NO for anyone with a small kidney or feet issues ( very few places to sit and rest)

Date of experience: January 2020
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Reviewed January 19, 2020

We enjoyed a tour hosted by Sebastian. He managed to weave interesting facts about the aboriginal culture, plants, geology and history of Uluru into the morning as we walked around. As it ended up being a personal tour we finished early and Sebastian arranged for us to visit the cultural centre and a viewing point which was appreciated. We’d recommend fly nets for anyone who visits (best purchase we made before visiting the region).

Date of experience: January 2020
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Reviewed January 17, 2020 via mobile

It was well worth the very early rising for this spectacular sunrise experience! Our guide (from France) gave us informative touring including a fun breakfast!

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Reviewed January 17, 2020

This was my third visit to Cave Hill and by far the best. Our SEIT guide Dan was brilliant but our aboriginal guide Lee really took this tour to the next level. His knowledge of the cave paintings and stories was mind blowing. He allowed us time in the cave to lie on the rocks and look up at the paintings (many estimated to be over 20-23,000 years old) to allow us time to absorb the incredible spiritual energy of this place. We left Cave Hill deeply touched, deeply changed and deeply humbled by our experience there. I love Cave Hill and would happily engage SEIT to see it a 4th time.

Date of experience: January 2020
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Reviewed January 14, 2020

A unique opportunity to visit Aboriginal lands and gain insight into the strong relationships between culture and landscape. Well off the tourist routes, we experienced the generosity and hospitality of Traditional owners who shared stories which have evolved over many thousand generations, and how these stories endure through rock art and knowledge to read the landscape.

Date of experience: January 2020
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