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Uluru And Its Myths And Tales

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November 12, 2018
Merlin Jakes
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The humongous sandstone formation located in the Northern Territory of Australia is an awe-inspiring natural structure which brings about millions of tourists. The red coloured sand formation has an ecosystem by itself. The weather, flora and fauna in this part of Australia is comparable to none. Many unique species of plants and animals are known to co-exist in this raised platform of sandstone. Looking to explore it all? See Uluru on a sightseeing day tour and experience the magic of this region.

Ayers Rock is not a place to visit on a hurry-burry, it’s the patience and observation that opens a path to learning about the past of this amazing heritage site.

This World Heritage listed site of Ayers Rock is home to numerous waterholes, rock caves, springs and ancient paintings. The area is a sacred holy ground of the Pitjantjatjara Anangu, the native Aboriginal clan of the region.

The spiritual & natural treasure trove of the Aboriginals

The 348m-high Ayers Rock is among the most iconic landmarks of Australia, with the antediluvian rock formation sporting a rich and fascinating collection of flora and fauna. It’s no wonder why the towering rock formation is a tourist magnet, attracting all mainly by the hefty cultural history imbued in its rugged ancient surface.

For people who would like to go deep into the spiritual realm of the land Down Under, Ayers Rock is the place to be. The mountain walking tours guided by an Aboriginal is sure to fill up your native cultural knowledge to the brim.

Many endangered species call Ayers Rock their home, the marsupial mole, great desert skink , woma python and mulgara are the prominent ones among them. Rare and endemic plants are also studded all around Ayers Rock, most of which are concentrated around the waterhole area.

The island mountain stands out due to its homogeneity and lack of development of scree slopes! It is interesting to note that due to the absence of joints and parting at bedding surface, this ancient landmark is resistant to natural calamities like flood.

The caves impart you with 10,000 year-old history that can be soaked up from various paintings depicted on the walls of these remarkable caves. Spectacular sunrises and sunsets viewed from respective locations are also one of the highlights of this splendid monolith.

Weave around the waterhole located at the base and spot unique native animals and rare plants that are exclusive to this region alone. In the early nineties, Ayers Rock had a name change and the Aboriginal name ‘Uluru’ took its place; becoming the first region in the entire Northern Territory to have a dual name.

Besides numerous fascinating tales and stories of Ayers Rock, the Aboriginals have their own stories to share. Discover what they have to say and learn about their culture on guided Uluru sightseeing tours, while being accompanied by a member from the Aboriginal clan.

With wide variety of tours available to explore this spiritual mountain, you’ll never fall short of choices! Take a camel tour or dine under a canopy of stars for a far-from-routine experience. Whichever tour you choose to go on, Ayers Rock is never going to disappoint you when it comes to impeccable sights and cultural knowledge.

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