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Cave Hill Safari

#18 of 18 things to do in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Features Animals
Ayers Rock Resort, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
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Cave Hill Aboriginal Cultural Experience from Ayers Rock
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Reviewed 23 March 2017

Long ride well worth it. No aboriginal guide available that day but Nadia and Lockey (our Guides) more than made up for it. They were knowledgeable, friendly and made sure that everyone was involved. They answered questions intelligently and described the site passionately. They really...More

Thank RTMD
Reviewed 9 November 2016

Am amazing day spent with our guide Nadia. It was just amazing her storytelling learned from the traditions of the A nanny people. How amazing that they share their story willingly and freely. Amazing views, climbs and beauty. Highly recommend anyone coming to the Outback...More

Thank leahwisdom
Reviewed 18 October 2016

A wonderful day thanks to Elsa our tour guide and Warren one of the traditional owners . Arrival at Cave Hill was breathtaking and a cuppa and snack set us up for the rest of the day . Warren shared his amazing story of his...More

Thank Carmen G
Reviewed 12 September 2016

A wonderful day thanks to Elsa our tour guide and Warren one of the traditional owners . The road trip of about 3 hrs flew by with friendly informative chat with a few stops we did feel very special. Arrival at Cave Hill was breathtaking...More

Thank Kathie L
Reviewed 4 September 2015

It is tough to know how to review this trip. The information conveyed was extremely interesting: We learned how to look for water, how to collect miniscule seeds to make flour, and we heard the chapter of the dreamsong that belongs to Cave Hill, as...More

5  Thank TouristfromSF
Reviewed 7 April 2015

I suspect this tour isn't for everyone in that it is a long trip, some of it on unpaved roads. It is not the type of trip we usually take, but we thought it was worth every minute of it. it's a great way to...More

3  Thank Kenneth R
Reviewed 18 November 2013

It's a long way to cave hill from Ayers Rock Resort (approx 2 hours, 1/2 off road) but well worth the trip. Once there, a beautiful indigenous family spent the day with us, sharing their wonderful stories, dance and 'bush tucker'. The views from the...More

3  Thank Belloui
Reviewed 4 September 2013

This amazing tour gave us more than we ever imagined. If you want a brief but real insight into an indigenous experience in of living in central Australia this day trip is for you. It's a long trip over some rough roads but our air...More

4  Thank Anne H
Reviewed 7 May 2012

Our family really enjoyed this tour, a chance to see the amazing landscape and learn and understand about a special part of aboriginal culture and history. We went on several very good tours and this was my favourite.

3  Thank AB001Sydney
Reviewed 6 May 2012

We were collected by our white guides (Piranpa) named Page and Sarah who warmly greeted us and then off we travelled on our 3.5 hour journey to Cave Hill.Most of the journey was on a beautiful red dirt road. Because the land has had 2...More

5  Thank 532Mario
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