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Top Experiences For Visitors
Save money on cheap flights to Ayers Rock with Webjet and splurge on a helicopter tour of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. There are several tour options to accommodate any budget and every flight option will give you the best views of Uluru. A tour includes in-flight commentary on the importance of the landmark and how it has shaped the Northern Territory culture. If you opt for the longest flight time, you’ll be treated to aerial views of The Olgas and learn of their spiritual significance to the area. One experience travellers on flights to Ayers Rock enjoy is a sunset camel ride through the desert. You’ll learn about the ecology and wildlife of the area, and you’ll have plenty of opportunity to snap amazing photos. Reserve your spot for either a sunset or sunrise camel ride when you’re booking your airfare to Ayers Rock and prepare yourself for an incredible holiday. Adventure seekers searching for amazing experiences to go with their flights to Ayers Rock can spend the night at Uluru under the desert stars. Once you arrive at Connellan Airport (AYQ), the two-day adventure begins. You’ll start with a tour through the desert where you’ll get an incredible view of Uluru and the grand domes of the Olgas. You’ll visit the Cultural Centre to learn about the Aboriginal law and the beliefs that shaped their way of life. Then you’ll head to Uluru to experience the sunset like never before. Enjoy a true campfire meal with a dinner that is cooked over a fire before grabbing your swag to sleep under the stars. In the morning, you can watch the majestic sunrise before packing up. If you’re hoping to ramp up your holiday, schedule an air and land excursion when you book an airfare to Ayers Rock. You’ll begin the expedition with a helicopter tour over Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Lake Amadeus, and Kings Canyon. After landing at an Outback dirt strip, you’ll be taken to Kings Creek Station where you can purchase lunch at the café. If you find cheap flights to Ayers Rock on Webjet, you can extend your time on the adventure with a creek bed walk at Kings Canyon. After the short lunch break, you’ll begin your quad safari adventure! Ride through the Desert Oaks and navigate over the red sand dunes. You’ll want to stop to snap photos of the vast landscape and occasional wandering wildlife. While the adventure is an amazing experience, quad rides are reserved for those 16 years and older.
The Best Time to Visit with Flights to Ayers Rock
You can plan flights to Ayers Rock any time of the year if your only plan is to see Uluru and snap pictures. However, if you’re looking to camp in the Outback or watch the stars shine down on the Field of Lights, booking tickets to Ayers Rock in the winter can be a bad idea. Night-time temperatures in the Outback winters can reach to below-freezing levels. That being said, camping under the stars in winter is possible, provided you pack appropriately and prepare for frigid nights. June through September is also when Americans and Europeans flock to the area. The influx of tourists increases the prices of hotels, excursions, and return flights to Ayers Rock throughout the winter season. October and November receive pleasant spring temperatures ranging between 26° to 31°C. This is a good time to look for cheap flights to Ayers Rock and avoid the summer heat. Summers in Ayers Rock can be incredibly hot with nary a day dropping below 32°C. The highest temperature recorded at Uluru is 45.5°C and that was in the shade! You’ll find a lot of Aussies travelling to Ayers Rock Airport (AYQ) in May to take advantage of the cooler temperatures and decreased crowds. No matter what time of year you book your return flights to Ayers Rock, be sure to spend at least one sunrise and sunset at Uluru.
Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss
The main reason most travellers book flights to Ayers Rock is to visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The park is home to the famed Ayers Rock (also known as Uluru) and the 36 red-rock domes of the Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). Uluru is sacred to the indigenous Anangu people of the Northern Territory and is believed to be more than 550 million years old. Find cheap flights to Ayers Rock with Webjet and make a point to watch the sunrise or sunset at this stunning natural landmark. The Olgas are about a 50-kilometre drive from Uluru and is considered sacred under Tjukurpa. While visitors are welcome to see the incredible rock formations, everyone must stay on the marked paths. It’s a good idea to bring a hat with a fly net along when hiking the areas. You’ll definitely want to pack your camera for your flights to Ayers Rock, especially if you plan to trek the Valley of the Winds. The total trek in the valley is about 7.4 kilometres so you’ll want to wear comfortable shoes and pack plenty of water. There are two lookout points on the trail which offer incredible views of some of the Olgas not easily seen from other areas in the park. If you decide to visit the Valley of the Winds, make sure you’re in relatively good shape and leave early enough in the morning to avoid the hot arid temperatures.