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Longitude 131, Luxury at Uluru, Yulara

Situated at Yulara, close to the border of World Heritage-listed Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park, Longitude 131 is one of the best luxury wilderness camps in the world. As one of only 30 guests you will enjoy 5 star comfort and private views of Uluru / Ayers Rock.

With 15 luxury tents, Longitude 131 caters for those seeking a unique outback experience. This adventure is a fully inclusive package with tours and meals.

This award winning luxury wilderness camp in Australia’s Red Centre has achieved new heights in ecotourism. Longitude 131 is a deluxe camping experience like no other. The exclusive touring program showcases the spectacular geography and biodiversity of Central Australia, as well as the ancient culture of Anangu people, who have lived on the land for thousands of years.

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Luxury Tent

Exquisitely furnished luxury tents are designed for solitude and serenity. Fall asleep under the canopy of your tent and wake to your own private view of the sun rising over Uluru / Ayers Rock.



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