Valerie & group arrived at Ayers Rock / Uluru. Enjoyed a beautiful lunch. Short hike followed by sundowner. Visiting Uluru would not be the experience it was without our nights at Longitude 131. This is a destination unto itself. With unobstructed views of Uluru from every sleeping room, as well as the dining room, you have the opportunity to continually view the Rock in its palette of ever changing colors.
The floating "tents" were luxurious, each featuring an Australian explorer, pioneer or key player in the history of the area. The staff was young and solicitous. And, the food sublimely creative spotlighting seafood and meats from throughout the country. And, the wines and spirits flowed continually.
Each morning and afternoon Longitude offers an option of a guided tour to either Uluru or Kata Tjuta (formerly Mount Olga) as a compliment to your stay. If the walks don't keep you entertained, then you can also option a 15 or 30 minute helicopter ride or even a sunrise or sunset camel ride.
The only way to perfectly enjoy Uluru is with a Longitude 131 stay.