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Great guides, Gil and Lisa. Knowlegeable and interesting views and history of the area.
This was an outstanding trip. Tour guides were great, saw and did everything there was to do at this site. We took the evening portion of the tour on our first day, and the sunrise portion the next morning. Outstanding tour and a good value.
Great way to see both Uluru and Kata Tjuta. The dinner was really good and the guide did a nice job of pointing out different stars and planets which were easily visible after the sun went down. The indigenous experience was excellent.
Sunrise, sunset or anytime of the day, both Kata Tjuta and Ayers Rock are beautiful sights to behold.
We enjoyed the nibbles before dinner, as well as the BBQ dinner and the breakfast at the Cultural Centre very much. There was more than sufficient food and they taste great.
Our guide was very good too and he proved knowledgable as we were star-gazing after the dinner.
My first suggestion would be for the guide to warn that the hike up Kata Tjuta would not be easy for the elderly. He had said that even the old should not find the walk difficult but the walk was filled with slopes, rocks and stones and there were not hand railings for those who may need them.
My second suggestion would be for the company to provide fly nettings as some of us joined the sunset tour immediately upon arrival and did not have the time to buy the net nor the information on where to get it.
Awesome! Uluru sunrise, storyteller guide, Kata Tjuta and walk, Uluru sunset, BBQ dinner, stargazing: all were excellent.
Tours were well organized and staff was excellent. BBQ was very good. Breakfast was not great but good. Enjoyed both tours and would highly recommend.
Very well organised trips. We did it over 2 days with the sun rise first which worked out best for us. The staff where all friendly and helpful. It was good to hear about the Aboriginal history and culture.... Before the last 200+ years of western settlement.
Great AAT Kings tours and BBQ dinner. Very well organized and paced. The tour guide (Joanna) was excellent in her commentary and giving guidance along the way. Very good value with the Viator Super Saver.
Chih Chiang L
Well organized tour by AAT Kings. Value for money.
A very interesting and enjoyable trip. The guide was very informative and helpful.
great tours. everything was organized well. Both experiences worthwhile and we were very impressed tha the information on the tours did not include any duplication. Your site was awesome as we saved, and got great value. We even had time in the cultural center.
It was an early start but worth it to see the sun rise! The tour guides were very organised with hot drinks and biscuits available at the bottom of the viewing area. After a lovely buffet breakfast at the visitor centre we met our aboriginal guide who demonstrated some of their skills and how to make a retrieve items from the land. She walked us around part Ayers rock base and told us lots of stories, and facts of the land.
After a few hours rest at the hotel we were off again for sun set with a visit first to Kata Tjuta or the Olgas where we walked in the Walpa Gorge this was very uneven under foot and steep in places and quite rushed as we had to leave ready to be in place for sun set, which was a shame as we did not make it to the end of the Gorge. Sunset was lovely and showed the change in colours more than sunrise with drinks and nibbles while we watched. Then we went to the visitors centre where long tables were set out for the BBQ which was delicious. The night ended with a look at the millions of stars which were on view, amazing!
Well worth waking up before sunrise to experience Ayers Rock as it comes alive in the morning light. The breakfast at the cultural center was very good and the guides were interesting and informative. Only the flies were a bummer, they are everywhere. The short walk around part of the base allowed time to hear interesting cultural stories and the drive around the base gave time to really see it close up. The Olgas walk was long, but you could turn back at any point. Great views. The sunset view of Ayers Rock was quite nice, but the BBQ dinner and stargazing was excellent, a real highlight. Wonderful food, drink, a fun atmosphere and the stars...amazing!