13 reviews of Best of Ayers Rock: Sunset Uluru and Sunrise Kata Tjuta Small Group Tours
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Reviewed by Michael C, February 2013
First rate tour. Guide Jamie was knowledgable, enthusiastic and informative. "Gourmet nibbles" were limited to bread with dukkah (nice but sparse) and the sparkling wine was "el cheapo". Otherwise terrific; tour highly recommended.
Reviewed by Fred W, January 2013
Great tour -- beautiful landscape and good tour package. Tour guide Alex was terrific!
Reviewed by Todd H, November 2012
A great way to see Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta. Nice mini bus...small group...no waiting for a large group to get on and off. Our guide was excellent and shared with us stories of the indigenous people and information about their culture. Very respectful of the land. One note...take bug spray!!!!
Reviewed by Yoonmi P, November 2012
It was the best moment in Australia. The guides are very friendly and nice. They led us beautiful places. Especially when we visited Kata Tjuta, there's nobody but us and we could see a wallaby, camel and rabbits there. It was really special experience.
Reviewed by birgit, October 2012
Both tour guides where great. Uluru guide was Aborigine and told us all the stories behind the sides and drawings. Sunset with Snacks and Champane was wonderful. The second guide at Kata Tjuata was more focused on the nature, eg explanation of plants. Breakfast in the Outback was great!
Reviewed by Weiping Y, USA, May 2012
This is the best guided tour in Australia. The guide are very knowledgeable, kind and patient. They tried their best to meet every one's expectation. The group is small in size therefore the guide can pay attention to every one. They cook breakfast and bake bread for the tour, too.
Reviewed by Judy, Australia, March 2012
This was without doubt the best tour we took at Uluru. The guides James, Sarah and Keily were first rate. The locations that they took us to to view the sunrise and sunset were not crowded and the guides clearly knew their subject matter and were enthusiastic about it.
Reviewed by yidaki_bagpiper, January 2012
Page was an exceptional guide. Same for her colleague in the morning tour. You can combine both even on your last day. Most trips return by 11 am, so you can be safe
Reviewed by Susan H, June 2011
One of the best tours out there. The guides were knowledgeable, informative and had a true understanding of the environment. Organization was excellent, food was good.
Reviewed by Jim and Janet, USA, December 2012
Wonderful experience. Informative, helpful guide. Excellent photo ops and our guide willing to take pix for us. Sunset champagne and snacks delicious. Breakfast not so interesting. Early morning rising was well worth it!
Reviewed by Susan E, September 2011
Both tours were very nice. Staff on the morning tour was a bit off putting at first but warmed up over the remainder of the tours
Reviewed by Susan, September 2011
Both the trips were fantastic. They were very educational and interesting. The breakfast at Kata Tjuta was delicious and well presented.
Reviewed by bk, December 2012
Nice tour, beautiful views, and knowledgeable guides. Forget about food - bring your own. "Full breakfast" was a box of cereal, small kiddy fruit cup, juice, coffee, and toast. "Evening snacks" are bread cubes with oil and vinegar. They could do far better, or just eliminate expectations in the ad.
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