Few discoveries are made just like the early explorers, the highlight of your adventure at Longitude 131 will be the discoveries you make.
As our guest at Longitude 131 we will take you to places others can't go and provide you with insights into the area's culture, history and spirit. Watch the dawn light break as you visit an Anangu children's playground, while your guide provides a deeper understanding of Aboriginal rituals and culture.
Enjoy spectacular views of Uluru from a remote rock spring and take a private guided walk around Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). Go exploring with a wildlife expert who will introduce you to the local flora and fauna. Be mesmerised as you dine under the star-studded night sky while listening to traditional songs and stories. And experience the dramatic colours of an Uluru sunset while feeling the spirituality of the area come alive.
No matter how you choose to spend your time, you'll find Longitude 131° is as much an adventure for your mind as it is for your senses.
The adventure unfolds Imagine experiencing the ultimate in comfort and while being able to interact with this extraordinary landscape one-on-one. Longitude 131? has been created to let you do just that. Just 15 luxury tents on an isolated sand dune on the border of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
With some of the most amazing views you'll ever see, Longitude 131° assures you a uniquely personal experience with one of the world's most awesome natural wonders. Longitude 131° is an Australian first in so many ways. Designed with meticulous attention to detail and unprecedented awareness of the cultural and environmental sensitivity the area. Longitude 131° is also a pioneer in conservation excellence.
For you, this means a rare chance to connect with your surroundings in the knowledge that the culture and the environment is being protected for generations to come.
At Longitude 131, guests take the road less travelled and share unique experiences with only a few others. Our touring program has been developed with the aim of sharing an authentic experience that will allow each guest a chance to immerse themselves in the mystery and spirituality of this remarkable desert region.
Longitude 131 touring experiences are not regimented or strictly set. They are designed to take advantage of the moment. An array of tours exploring Uluru, Kata Tjuta and environs are included in the Longitude 131° experience.
The Botanical Walk will take guest through a variety of desert landscapes - dune country, spinifex country, mulga woodlands and desert oak communities. Guests will experience first hand native habitats, flora and fauna, bush food and bush medicine located in the area while they smell, touch and taste their surroundings.
On the Songlines Sunset tour, guests spend an afternoon in the World Heritage Uluru- Kata Tjuta National Park learning about world wide cultural relationships with spirituality, life, land, and the relationship to modern life, before visiting the Cultural Centre where aboriginal people express their law and traditions through story, art, craft, song and interpretive displays. Guests will then return to the Dune House to experience sunset while enjoying drinks and canapes under the spectacular southern night skies.
For a completely new way of experiencing the sunsets for which Central Australia is so famous, the core touring program at Longitude 131 offers the Uluru 'In Gorge' Dramatic Sunset tour. On this tour guests move to a quiet gorge at the base of the great monolith for a very personal, very dramatic view of sunset from 'within' Uluru. During sunset, Uluru changes dramatically and the size and scale of the formation is best gauged from a close up perspective.
On the captivating tour to Cave Hill you will travel 2.5 hours from Ayers Rock Resort in a custom built luxury 4WD, through the Central Australian desert and across the border into South Australia. This unique journey will introduce you to an ancient chapter of the Seven Sisters creation story and is the result of a unique joint venture undertaking between Voyages Hotels & Resorts, Odyssey Tours & Safaris and Aboriginal owned Desert Tracks.
Another spectacular tour in the core program is the Kata Tjuta Sunrise tour where guests watch the sunrise from a special location before commencing the famous Valley of the Winds walk through the majestic domes and unparalleled scenery of Kata Tjuta.
Longitude 131 Disabled facilities (Must be requested at time of booking)
Wheelchair access to room
Handrails at toilet
Wheel-in shower access
Hand-held shower hose
Wheelchair access to all areas of property
Longitude 131 Dining and entertaining in the Dune House Restaurant and Bar
Communal dining facilities
Longitude 131 General amenities
Number of rooms: 15
Reception hours: 9:00am to 5:30pm daily
Dry cleaning service
Doctor on call
Fire extinguishers/fire hose
Phone message and Fax/photocopy service
Longitude 131 details
Address: Longitude 131 is situated close to the border of Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park.
Time to airport: 20 mins
Check in time: 1.00pm
Check out time: 10.00am
Minimum booking period: 2 nights
Not suitable for children under 12