Go there for sunset and sunrise if you can! wonderful views across the desert, great walks around the formation [Valley of the Winds really lives up to its name] and just a great place to view the outback and see how small we humans are in the scheme of things!
We were told over and over again that Kata Tjuta was the better of the two main hikes, and I believe it. It was stunning and remote. The hike was somewhat difficult, but my two small children made it no problem. Heat is definitely a factor and although we laughed at the tourists with the fly nets over their heads....... 更多
We went to the Kata Tjuta twice, once on a bus tour and once by helicopter. The bus tour was too crowded and if I had it to do over again, I would rent a car and do it on my own. With the bus tour we did get to hike back into a canyon which was beautiful with many... 更多
The walk is quite difficult, but worth it. Train before you go. If you don't want to climb up, go up to the first lookout (difficult) then down the hill and go left to walk along the valley. It's a long walk but not too steep. Take your camera! Water is available along the way in tanks.
Is just as impressive as Uluru but with good walks, good views and stunning sights. A bit arduous for those with mobility or fitness issues but worth a look
What a stunning place. The 7.4km rim walk, whilst challenging at times "grade 4" is certainly worth the effort. we are in our late 50's & found it reasonable if you take your time to enjoy the scenery.
We did it in half the time, while stopping for pictures at every corner! Make sure you push yourself to do the whole walk as the best views are after lookout 2! You need to be fit and have good sports shoes for sure: it's not a sealed track for sunday walks! But trust me, the place is magical, the... 更多
I had done a lot if research before heading out to tjuta national park and I had read you must visit the Olga's. Best advice ever. There is something spectacular about these formations. Completely different to uluru. The walks are soooo much better too. We did the valley of the winds walk.....it was beautiful. Make sure you have plenty of... 更多
Be first at the gates of the National Park at 5:30 am, so you can be hiking through Kata Tjuta at sunrise. Why? The colours are awesome, there's not many people, and it's not unbearably hot. There's always flies, so be prepared with the Bushmans or a mosquito net hat. Be sure to take a friend so you can oooh... 更多
An unbelievable site to go to. Just amazing watching the rock change at sunset and have friends with you sipping champagne! It s the biggest attraction here, so give yourself plenty of time if you plan on going near sunset. You'll find lots of company. No restrooms.
Our guide, Kyle from Trafalgar, gave us an amazing Sunset Tour of Kata Tjuta. Kyle's enthusiasm and knowledge gave me such an appreciation of the area, its rich history and the inhabitants. We finish with a walk through The Olgas and enjoyed a Sunset party - a truly memorable and once in a lifetime experience.
Be surprised with valleys and gorges once you track around The Olgas, fantastic experience to see variousness fauna and enjoy the views from mountains gorges. Take plenty of water and enjoy the walk !