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What to do and see in Uluru

Uluru (Ayers Rock):

Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Brief description: Uluru is the sacred rock formation of Australian aborigines. It is one of the largest monoliths on the planet, standing 348 metres high, with more than 2.5 km underground, and measures 9 km in circumference. This massive rock formation changes colours depending on the sunlight, and it is particularly beautiful at sunset when it becomes bright red. ...

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Trek in Kata Tjuta (The Olgas):

Kata Tjuta (Las Olgas), Australia

Brief description: less known than Uluru but equally impressive, Kata Tjuta is a rocky range some kilometres to the east of Uluru. The range is also sacred to the aborigines (in fact, some claim that Uluru is the male and Kata Tjuta the female). We recommend taking its two trails, both of which are quite spectacular: Valley of the Winds (walking to the second lookout ...

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Visit to Kings Canyon:

Kings Canyon, Australia

Brief description: Kings Canyon is a large canyon in the middle of the desert formed thousands of years ago by the flow of water. The landscapes visible while walking through the canyon are absolutely stunning. We recommend Canyon Walk, a circular trail around 6 km long (approx/ 3-4 hours) that takes you from the top of the canyon to the Garden of Eden, with streams ...

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