The Analysis of the Elements with Bhante Sujato
Option to arrive early and stay in Alice Springs at own expense.
Day 1 - 20/04/2019 - Pick up at 9.30am from Alice Springs airport/hotel and drive direct to Lilla*
Day 2 - 21/04/2019 - Lilla / on retreat , Kings Canyon** activities
Day 3 - 22/04/2019 - Lilla / on retreat, Kings Canyon activities
Day 4 - 23/04/2019 - Lilla / on retreat, Kings Canyon activities
Day 5 - 24/04/2019 - Drive to Yulara***, afternoon walk at Uluru**** to view the Sunset.
Day 6 - 25/04/2019 - Morning walk to Kata Tjuta ***** Transfer to Ayers Rock/Yulara airport.

*Lilla is an Aboriginal outstation community located in the Watarrka National Park. In the native tongue of the Luritja country, Lilla means sweet water and when in Lilla you will get a chance drink the best tasting water that has been filtered through the ancient beds of sandstone from underground springs. Accommodation is in a serviced camp site exclusively to the group.

**Kings Canyon is in the Watarrka National Park in Australia's Northern Territory. Sitting at the western end of the George Gill Range, approximately midway between Alice Springs and Uluru.

***Yulara is the service village for the Uluru-Kata Tjuta region, lying just outside the national park, 20km from Uluru and 53km from Kata Tjuta,

****Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is a massive sandstone monolith in the heart of the Northern Territory’s arid "Red Centre". The nearest large town is Alice Springs, 450km away. Uluru is sacred to Indigenous Australians and is thought to have started forming around 900 million years ago. This is one of the great natural wonders of the world.

*****Kata Tjuṯa, or The Olgas, is a group of spectacular, domed rock formations or large bornhardts and located about 60kms from Uluru. This is another sacred site for Indigenous Australians and is thought to have started forming around the same time as Uluru. This too is one of the great natural wonders of the world.

Watarrka National Park is located 1,316 kilometres south of Darwin and 323 kilometres southwest of Alice Springs. It contains the much visited Kings Canyon at the western end of the George Gill Range and Kathleen Springs—22 kilometres to the southeast of Kings Canyon. Watarrka National Park was established in 1989 and gets its name from the Aboriginal name of the land.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National park is a dual World Heritage-listed park in the heart of the Central Australian desert, about 450 km from Alice Springs. The land is owned by the Anangu people and leased to Parks Australia, who manage the national park in collaboration with the traditional owners.

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What to bring: Personal clothing, towel, toiletries and a sleeping bag if needed. What is included: Airport transfers from Alice Springs and Uluru, Accommodation in camp site, Tents and Swags, All meals, Tea and Coffee, Entry passes to National parks and guided tours plus The teachers airfare. Hotel accommodation available at extra cost. Please enquire if interested. *
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Cost per person: $1180.00. Price is based on minimum 20 people. To secure your place please complete this form and make your payment to CBA retreat account for Bhante Sujato in Sydney. BSB 06 2181 Account: 1070 2611 *
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