After a really early get up at 5 o'clock and a little unsettled sleep we had a small breakfast in our campsite close to the Uluru.
But it was it worth to get up so early then from a lookout close to our campsite the nature offers their beauty with a colourful spectacle whilst the sun rise slowly from the horizon to illuminate the Uluru with a magical light.
The next stop on your trip should be Katja Tjunta. A rock which were formed in the same geologic era like the Uluru.
We arrived it very early in the morning, and did a 7,5 km walk around of one of the hills.
The walk along the unsealed trails covered with rocks through sparse forrest on brown soil covered with small islands of light yellow glowing gras over brown shaded rocks lightning with the early sun beams under a saturated blue sky was enchantingly.
So I couldn't resist to become inflamed by passion for my photography.
Afterwards we were going to the Uluru visitor and culture center for toilet, some refreshings and lunch. There were also a galley where it was possible to bey some aboriginal arts.
The next goal for this day was to arrive our campsite close to the Kings Geek Station.
We made a stop on the Lasseter Highway on a dried-out salt lake sea.
It was an amazing view over an endless landscape. I have never seen that before.
Around the sunset we arrived the Kings Greek Station. Our campsite was deep in the bush.
But as we have arrived, there were still visitors there. Two camels were standing between our tents.
The whole group was excited.
After the sunset we had dinner which was cooked on a bonfire and a beer under a stary night.