Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the 2-Day Uluru Sunset and Kata Tjuta Tour from Ayers Rock. 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 spread over the 2 days was great. To see Uluru at sunset and again at sunrise was pure magic.
Our driver/guide had an extensive knowledge which he shared with us. To be recommended
Wow - we saw everything and more we could possibly wish for on this whirlwind trip, which was perfectly organised with uber friendly staff. Thank you to the whole team!
Great organization and informed guides! Be prepared for the weather and carry water (it was 106F when we walked the 2.5km return trip to Kata Tjuta waterhole). The sunset watching party was great with snacks and wine/soft drinks provided. There are free shuttles to/from the airport from the resort throughout the day - you are not constrained to the AAT shuttle bus. That will help in flight planning.
It was a great tour. Very well organized and very well run.
Would highly recommend.
First Class treatment with a two day comprehensive tour. From our greeting at the airport to the farewell as we departed, this tour offers everything you want to see and do at Uluru. Highly recommended!
Excellent all around - the hotel, the tour bus, the way we were looked after and seeing Uluru and the Olgas at both sunset and sunrise. It was a brilliant experience.
The tour was excellent and followed the description perfectly. I highly recommend it.
Everyone we dealt with was very professional and friendly and did their best. No complaints with hotel, either.
The sunset and sunrise tour was awesome. Definitely worth doing. The guide we had was very enthusiastic and interesting. He was willing to answer questions and loved the area and it's history. The Pioneer Outback Lodge was clean, but the food there was not good. The buffet was overpriced and offered little selection. Would definitely recommend the tour, but a different hotel.
The place is beautiful and it is very worthly to visit it. My regrets is That our guide had à terrible accent and was difficult to understand what hé was saying. Thé hôtel accommodation désert gardens was very average and very expressive. Futhermore during our close to 4 weeks in australia it is thé only place where we had à very bad service both hôtel or restaurant.
Viator and the tour itself were fine, but I was not thrilled by the destination overall. It's an overhyped tourist destination. One resort company owns everything at Ayers Rock, making costs way too high.