There are two possible options when you reach the magical Uluru. You can climb to the top, but doing so is not well received by the indigenous peoples, who consider it an act of sacrilege. Alternatively, you can go for a long walk along the Mala Walk, a route which stretches for a few kilometres. You can go quickly in an hour, but you may want to stop and take photographs. Also, along the way, there are many places where you can appreciate the art of the Anangu Aboriginal rock. The Mala Walk ends before Kantju Throat, a deep crack on Uluru. The whole area is considered sacred to the Aborigines, so it is essential to show respect.