Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Alice Springs to Uluru (Ayers Rock) One Way Shuttle. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The tour did what it said on the tin. Picked up from hotel on time, informative and friendly driver, dropped off at destination hotel. Would use this company again for a similar trip (AAT Kings).
yet another great.informative experience, highly recommended, plenty of photo opportunites. loved the camel farm
A really great way to move from Alice Springs to Uluru with an informative driver/guide and interesting stops. Gives a splendid insight into the Red Centre. Very comfortable coach. Thank you.
Very professional run operation. Bus driver gave just the right amount of information without dominating the trip.
Thoroughly enjoyed the bus trip from Alice Springs to Uluru. The driver was fantastic and a font of information on the area. Would highly recommend this commute to any other travellers.
This was a great trip. Very comfortable. I enjoyed the two stops to give my legs a stretch and to grab something to eat. The bus driver really made the trip as he had so much knowledge and the information he provided on the explorers particularly Stuart. A great trip. Would recommend as a good way to travel to Uluru.
Excellent trip! Very interesting commentary from driver Patrick and great fun at stops, especially the camel ride at the farm! Very enjoyable, thank you.
Very efficient and enjoyable trip, Mark the driver was excellent.
I liked the trip in the very comfortable shuttle bus very much. the driver was friendly and patient and did explain some storys about history and environment. so we had a great time. thanks.
The coach picked us up from our hotel on time and our transfer to Ayers Rock resort was very pleasant with two convenience breaks en route and a transfer to our resort hotel.
On time. Personable driver guide. Made the hours of driving over many kilometres a very pleasant experience. Driver told stories about the areas we were passing through and stopped several times for us to 'stretch our legs', also played some local 'cowboy' music - very humorous. BTW, if you want some aborigine artwork and see something you like, buy at these 'stations' as the prices get higher as you get closer to Uluru!
The trip was interesting ... bus driver very informative ... stops were excellent ... great insight to the Outback.