3 Days in Alice Springs: Suggested Itineraries Reviews
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Our 4 wheeler guide was extremely knowledgable, very friendly and open to answering any questions. If we didn't have any questions he was a great story teller. Very interesting cattle farm to visit, would do it again in a heart beat. Bikes run well. Only thing I would change, more stopping for pictures!
Amazing guided quad tour. Nice surroundings and heaps fun!
Great fun, not very challenging so good for beginners. Nice that they show you a bit about how the farm works.
Reply by Viator, June 2010
Doing what: Alice Springs Highlights Half-Day Tour
The tour was nice, for the price and for what Alice Springs can offer. At the RFDS we felt a bit abandoned, but it was very interesting as the School of the Air and mostly the Telegraph station. The visit at the Aboriginal Gallery was interesting but a guide from the gallery would have been appreciated.
Reply by Viator, May 2010
Doing what: Alice Springs Quad Bike Tour
Excellent bike tour through the Aussie Outback. Many stops along the way with sights to see explained in detail. Complimentary water as well since it was extremely hot that day. Definitely would recommend.
great trip,defintely a must if you're in alice and only have one day. if i was to do it again though i would just fly into ayers rock resort and do the tour from there. would be more than happy to skip Alice springs.
It is a wonderful alternative when you only have one day. It was a very long day but we were pleased with the activities and sights that we were able to do.
Great trip, but when we were picked up, we found that the company we booked with was not running that day, as was another tour company, both of which were taken up by a third company, which left us with a very crowded bus. Also one side of the bus had seats very close together which made it very uncomfortable for tall people with long legs. The tour guides were great, and service on the bus was good.
Great way to see this beautiful landmark in a day, you really don't need more than that. Make sure you have a water bottle. Very hot place. And buy a fly net otherwise the flies will drive you crazy.
A fantastic tour, the guides were very informative and enthusiastic. A long day but well worth it!
This is a great day tour that enables you to see most of the points of interest in Alice Springs. Nice to be able to do it at your own pace.
This was great for those with only one day to see Uluru and the Olgas, but I wasn't that keen on the 2 guided hikes. They were much too slow paced and I would have rather spent some 'timed' amount hiking the perimeter on my own. Two guides were very knowledgeabe and likable! I did not expect the flies, but would not have missed the trip.
The guide was very knowledgeable and informative. We did see all we wanted in 1 day when the 2nd day was free. It wasn't necessary unless you spend a lot of time at each stop.
Reply by Viator, February 2010
Doing what: Alice Springs Town Hop-on Hop-off Tour
Great way to get a round the town and a really friendly driver who offered lots of advice.
Reply by Viator, February 2010
Doing what: Uluru (Ayers Rock) and The Olgas Tour Including Sunset Dinner from Alice Springs
A great tour guide and a good choice if you only have a very short time in the region. Unfortunate that Viator couldn't organize a hotel pickup given that the tour company indicated otherwise and were happy to drop me off at my hotel.