Japanese Uluru Sunset Tour
½ day | Uluru Return
Travel with an English-speaking Driver Guide and meet your Japanese speaking guide at Uluru (Ayers Rock) sunset viewing area. Enjoy Australian sparkling wine and an assortment of canapés as the sun sinks. Capture the gradual changing colours of Uluru.
16:30-18:15 (varies throughout the year)
from Ayers Rock Resort
18:30-20:15 (varies throughout the year)
to Ayers Rock Resort
Prices From CODE: JY11
- • Travel in an air-conditioned coach with English-speaking Driver Guide
- • Japanese speaking guide at Uluru Sunset Viewing Area
- • Australian Sparkling Wine and Canapés
What to Bring
- • Camera
- • Warm layers in cooler months
- • Sunglasses, sunscreen and hat
- • Enclosed walking shoes
- • Water bottle
- • Low level of fitness required
In the late afternoon travel to the Uluru (Ayers Rock) sunset viewing area with an English-speaking Driver Guide. Meet a Japanese speaking guide at Uluru Sunset and enjoy Australian sparkling wine and an assortment of canapés as the sun sinks over the western horizon and the evening sky brings out the many shades of colour for which Uluru is famous. There are ample photographic opportunities. It is recommended that you take a photograph every 5 minutes to really capture the gradual changing colours of Uluru.
Please note: This itinerary may be subject to change.
Note: Emu Walk Apartments guests join at Desert Gardens, Lost Camel Hotel guests join at Sails in the Desert for hotel pickup.
Make the most of your Day Tour with an Optional Add-On.
After sunset, clients are transferred to AAT Kings’ exclusive barbecue site with their Japanese-speaking Guide. The site is set amongst base of Uluru and desert oak trees providing a peaceful desert setting. The site is located far enough away from the resort lights so that there is a clear view of the stars in the southern sky. Once at the site, clients will be served a variety of Australian meats and salads, accompanied by a glass of wine, beer or soft drink (menus are subject to change). After dinner, the Japanese-speaking Guide will conduct a tour of the night sky, describing and pointing out some of the visible constellations with the assistance of a high beam spotlight (weather permitting). The Japanese-speaking Guide will also explain some Aboriginal stories that relate to the stars. Clients will then be served tea, coffee and dessert before returning to Ayers Rock Resort at 20:30-22:15 (varies throughout the year).
The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park ticket is compulsory for any tour that enters the National Park and is valid for 3 consecutive days. You must carry your ticket with you every time you enter the National Park or you will be required to purchase another ticket. This is a government charge and is subject to change without notice. Children 15 years and under are not required to pay the entry fee.