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.
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.
Scenic, with excellent commentaries by the bus driver. The brief stop at Mt. Ebenezer trading post was a genuine outback experience. They have a fine bus.
Ann Greta S
Wonderful experience - comfortable seats and comfort stops.
This was an awesome journey through the spectacular scenery of the oldest mountain ranges in Australia, with stops at a camel farm and an Outback watering hole. The driver was very informative about local history; he shared some amazing information. This beats catching the plane from Alice Springs.
Much better than hiring a car and driving. You get to see a lot more of the countryside and the driver provided some very good commentary.
Good commentary about the history and current usage of the area. Too many stops, though, making the trip longer than necessary.