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Longitude 131 / Australia

Experience Uluru in majestic isolation, by checking into Longitude 131°, a luxury tented camp in its shadow. After an AU$8 million make-over, including a new Dune Pavilion with private plunge pool, this wilderness retreat is more spectacular than ever. 

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Sixteen canopied ‘tents’ are decorated with indigenous art and custom-made furniture. Wooden decks and floor to ceiling windows offer wide-open views of Uluru, quite literally at the end of the bed. 

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Opportunities for adventure in Australia’s ‘Red Centre’ are as vast as its horizons. Explore the unique geology, ecology and indigenous culture on the back of a camel, mountain bike, or Harley-Davidson. For the ultimate thrill, take a helicopter ride for champagne breakfast on a dune-top, as the sun rises over Uluru.

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After dark, the profound silence and isolation are even more intense. After dinnerunder a canopy of constellations at Table 131°, the resident astronomer unravels the Aboriginal songlines written in the night sky.

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Until December 31, 2020, you can also experience Bruce Munro’s amazing, solar-powered installation, Field of Light. Created from 50,000 stems crowned with radiant, frosted-glass spheres, the multi-coloured bubs appear to bloom and sway as darkness descends. 

 

(Images courtesy of Longitude 131 - 2018)