Follow 4WD tracks and a landscape which betrays a fascinating geological past on this full day tour of Mount Conner.
Full Day Cave Hill Tour
Full Day Cave Hill Tour, Australia
This full day tour is an indigenous cultural experience that provides a fascinating insight into everyday Aboriginal life. You will journey by 4WD and travel deep into the desert of the Pitjantjatjara Lands of Central Australia, driving past the formidable Mount Connor, the third largest monolith of the Red Centre. On arrival you will be greeted by an Anangu host.
The Anangu are the traditional owners of Cave Hill, which is the site of the Seven Sisters Tjukurpa (creation time), a story that has been maintained since the beginning of time. View magnificent cave paintings, where the drama of the Seven Sisters creation story is illustrated on the ceiling of the cave.
Later walk to the top of Cave Hill to admire a 360-degree panoramic view of the surrounding countryside, including Uluru 100kms away, Mount Conner and the imposing Musgrave Ranges. Discuss Tjukurpa and the Songlines and learn their relevance to Anangu life in the desert, and learn of traditional food gathering and the preparation of desert bush tucker.
After lunch return to Ayers Rock Resort. You will return to your hotel at approximately 4pm.
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