Experience iconic Uluru in absolute luxury with this 3-night stay at the world-famous Longitude 131. Nestled amongst the red dunes, this stunning lodge contains 16 tented pavilions offering a luxurious sanctuary alongside one of Australia's most culturally significant sites. With all dining, transfers and experiences included, this trip is a complete package, an authentic and exclusive journey into the outback.
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On arrival into Uluru (Ayers Rock) you will be greeted by a representative from the hotel and taken to the lodge where you will check in for a 3-night stay.
Offering unparalleled views of the world famous rock and surrounding outback you can enjoy the views through floor to ceiling windows, from the comfort of your bed or on your outdoor deck. Indigenous artwork and traditional design are combined with high-end luxury to provide an authentic and special experience.
Spa Kinara offers a cool sanctuary in the heat of the desert and a chance to relax and unwind after your journey. Embracing local bush medicines and native beauty products, the spa features healing rituals and spa treatments that integrate the ancient aesthetics of the Australian earth.
An exclusive touring programme is included as part of your package at Longitude 131, this includes trips to Kata Tjuta and Walpa Gorge, where you will experience expert commentary on the region and learn more about the ancient history and culture that still exists here.
Visit Mulgara Gallery to see authentic Aboriginal art and meet the resident artist. Take a walk through the gallery enjoying the selection of original Central Australian indigenous art, from dot painting and artefacts to colourful body art from Papunya.
Offering the best of modern Australian cuisine, you will be spoilt for choice for food at Longitude 131. Made from the finest produce from all over the country, and combined with indigenous and outback flavours, the food here is unique as well as delicious! An open bar is also provided and sunset drinks and canapes are enjoyed in the early evening, allowing guests panoramic views over the changing colours of Uluru. For a unique experience, opt for Table 131, dining on outback fare and delicious Australian wine under the stars, later the resident astronomer will join you to share tales of the Southerly constellations.
Depart anytime today, you will be taken to the airport to connect with your onward flight.
This trip can operate year round, however, please note that it will be very hot in the Red Centre during December. The Red Centre has a semi-arid climate; between December and February, temperatures range between 20c and 35c and in winter temperatures range between 3c and 20c. Autumn is a good time to visit the Red Centre with warm days and cool nights.
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