Camping in a UNESCO World Heritage Site is definitely something that you can brag about to your friends. You’ll surely be amazed by the sceneries that Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park will show you. In an Uluru campsite, you will be lying under the blanket of the southern hemisphere stars, while enjoying the cool night wind running through the lowlands.
Uluru is considered as an island mountain. This is because it looks like the ground suddenly rising relative to its surrounding plains and lowlands, looking like an island on still waters. When camping, you can enjoy the Uluru as a backdrop, or camp a little closer so that it is easier for you to explore Uluru anytime during your trip.
An Uluru campsite is best situated farther away from Uluru itself because the view of the mountain at different times of the day is something that you would not want to miss during your trip, a personnel from Erldundaroadhouse.com said. The different colours of the sky, as well as the stark contrast that Uluru shows, is a breathtaking view worthy of being deemed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Adding to the view, the wildlife and the flora around Uluru is something that will surely pique the curiosity of onlookers.
The desert at night is alive as well. Near the campsite are some establishments that you can go to enjoy certain activities, such as listening to stories as told by the aborigines, enjoying stargazing, or enjoying the native cuisine. These activities will surely be something that if added to your camping trip, will be unforgettable.
If you do get the chance to visit Uluru, don’t forget to mind the customs of the aborigines, and respect the site. Keep your place clean and leave as you came, with your campsite in pristine condition, out of respect, and to preserve the beauty of the park.