17 reviews of 3-Day Tour from Uluru (Ayers Rock) to Alice Springs via Kings Canyon
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the 3-Day Tour from Uluru (Ayers Rock) to Alice Springs via Kings Canyon. 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.
Reviewed by JOHN F L, April 2013
The lodging was good and the tours were excellent. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate for the sunset or sunrise over Ayers Rock. The additional sights on both those tours were very good and recommended. Personally, I would have added another day at Ayers Rock. There is so much there to absorb and see. Many other tours are also offered once you arrive and more time is needed to take some of them. The 3 day trip is well planned, but 4 days would be preferred. Or maybe even more.
Reviewed by Ursula M, February 2013
the tour was very organize, hotels where clean and nice. the tour guides, driver vere very courtgeous and alway on time. The places they took as where carefully chosen. I really recomend the tour. Even though the weather was extreme, 39 degrees celcius the volume of people was nice.
Reviewed by Karl W, January 2012
Sehr empfehlenswert; war ein tolles Erlebnis dass ich nicht missen moechte, stunning adventure - highly recommended
Reviewed by Barry Thomas J, September 2011
Excellent tour starting with a meet and greet at the airport with a personalised programme. We were three days with our guide Michael and he was outstanding. With hindsight we should have selected a hotel a grade above the Desrt Garde..
Our walk around the Kings Canyon rim was superb in no small measure due to our guide, Rowan, who was absolutely outstanding.
Reviewed by Norma T, USA, March 2010
Reviewed by Jason B, United Kingdom, January 2008
Reviewed by Asif S, August 2012
Great tour guide and driver but avoid Alice Springs as the locals are drunk and violent! Ayers rock resort and kings canyon resort are very expensive for food.
Reviewed by Janice T, May 2012
The tour was wonderful. The company that was chosen by viator in Ayers Rock was second to none. The driver/guide was terrific, he had a sense of humour and was very friendly and informative. The hotels were both very acceptable and the tours (sunset, walks, sunrise, king's canyon walk etc.) were all wonderful.
I have one issue to discuss which started off the tour on a bad note. when we arrived at the airport, there was no one to pick us up. I failed to advise you people of my arrival information. However, I feel that the tour company should have contacted me by email to find out my flight details. Also, I was not given the names of the hotels I was staying at in advance so I did not know which hotel to go to when I was offered a free shuttle ride from the airport to my hotels. Also, I should have been given a detailed itinerary in advance, which was not provided.
Other than that one issue, everything was terrific.
Reviewed by James E. N, March 2012
Pioneer was mediocre. the Kings Canyon Wilderness Lodge was Fantastic, great food exceptional service and the Staff were very knowledgable about the area. Great Time , Would Highly Recommend this to all travellers.
Reviewed by Binyamin M, January 2012
Enjoyed it very much Good value for the $ Explanations along route were informative we also did the King canyon long walk climbing the steep 500 stairs escorted by Rowan (one guide for 2travelers) as the others preferred to sleep She was very good and helpful.
Reviewed by Isabelle d, January 2011
Amasing journey with beautiful landscape
discovering arborigenes history is very captivating
Memorable trip thru the red country with gorgeous sunset or sunrise
Driver Guide very nice and ineresting
Reviewed by Ian P, Canada, May 2009
Reviewed by Gordon F, United Kingdom, May 2008