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Magnificent scenery. Guide incredibly knowledgeable about geology, flora and fauna and history of the area. Would highly recommend to anyone .
This is a great tour. The views are breathtaking and the guide was very informative. We also saw the little rock kangaroos. It was Great!!
A fantastic way to spend the day in Alice Springs. Standley Chasm was the highlight - an amazing place to see. Our tour guide was a wealth of information as well. Definitely recommended.
Great friendly driver, fine trip.
Our driver was extremely knowledgeable about the area and being in a small 20 seater it was a nice group. The Desert Park was extremely interesting and most certainly worth a visit. Our driver took us into the park, gave a run down on timings of happenings etc.
I would use your service again and recommend to my friends and family.
Was a lovely morning walking around the Ranges. Definitely a good end to my trip to the NT
The morning at West MacDonnell Ranges with our friendly and knowledgeable driver-guide was perfect. Also a good afternoon at the Desert Park.
The West McDonnell tour was well worth the trip. We drove with good commentary from the bus driver and walked between the Standley Chasm. We saw several black-footed wallabies at Simpsons Gap. We talked to everyone in the tour group and met someone from England who accompanied us on the Desert Park tour in the afternoon. We had a great time observing the native habitat of flowers, trees, and bushes, as well as birds, emus and kangaroos.
This was a nice day. We had a good guide; he knows a lot about the country and the history of Alice.
The guide on the West MacDonnell ranges was informative and I thoroughly enjoyed the two walks, I added on the Desert park as a late option and at 42 USD each was a complete waste of money. The coach simply dropped us off and picked us up 2 hours later. The park itself was divided into different areas and areas where designated to shows and displays but their was simply no shows organised and apart from the avaries and going into a compound with a few red kangaroos that was it really, the cafe was closed and later the manager of our hotel told us that seemed to be always the case and he had received numerous complaints about how poor the Dessert park was.
The destination was good however the guide was new to area and not able to answer all questions. The guide was not made aware of the gluten free request and this applied to other AAT Kings tours taken with the Ghan package. The lunch provided was contaminated with gluten containing food and once separated was less than expected. The transport was old and not in good repair.