Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Ayers Rock Super Saver: Uluru Sunrise Indigenous Experience plus Kata Tjuta Tour and BBQ Dinner. 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.
Great tour very professional and informed staff. Very special experience would definitely recommend it.
It was great and fun. Value for money. Tour Guide operators were excellent
The sunrise was one of the most beautiful experiences I have ever had. The change in the rock was stunning. The cultural morning was interesting to see the tools and the different roles undertaken by men and women in their culture.
The sunset was also gorgeous and included complimentary sparkling wine however the sunrise really did steal the show. The bbq dinner under the stars is a great end to the day. We were lucky enough to have a clear night so looking upto the sky was incredible. The food is nice and well organised to ensure everyone gets their meat cooked to their liking.
This tour was amazing.
Well organized. Would recommend .
Worth getting up early.
Dinner under stars was great.
This trip was truly amazing and very good value for money . I would highly recommend it .
The experience of seeing Uluru at sunset and sunrise is why you go to Yulara. Organising both events in a single booking made the whole experience just that much easier to arrange. The transport, arrangements on site, tour leaders and general organisation were all excellent. It is the way to go. The little extras are worth it. The BBQ dinner after sunset just tops off a wonderful evening. Do it.
Watching the sunset and sunrise at this amazing location was a truly unique experience. The BBQ dinner was equally impressive, set by the side of Uluru under a billion stars. The views at Kata Tjuta were well worth the travel and heat. The Indigenous Experience was also very special, letting a glimpse of the Aboriginal folklores and bushcraft. All the staff were friendly, helpful and knowledgable as well!
Großartig geführte Tour, sowohl abends mit Sonnenuntergang und BBQ, als auch am Morgen mit kleinem Frühstück. Die Kata Tjuta Tour ist sehr sehenswert.
Great experience, sunrise and sunset at Uluru were beautiful, but Kata Tjuta is perhaps even more spectacular than Uluru. The BBQ was well organised, food was fine and there was a stargazing talk at the end which was also nice.
Our experience was amazing. The tour was so easy to follow and most enjoyable. The tour guides and drivers were so nice and enthusiastic to show us around. It was so nice and refreshing to be on tour with a group of guides who really was proud of their job and made it their business to help the tourists to have an amazing experience. thank you to your team.
If you only do one tour, then book this one! It is incredible. Amazing guides, spectacular views and surprisingly really good food! The best tour by far!
two great trips with knowledgeable guides and fantastic food! A must for anyone going to Uluru
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.