8 reviews of Sunset Uluru Small-Group Tour
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Sunset Uluru Small-Group Tour. 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.
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Reviewed by Anna M L, December 2011
We enjoyed this trip very much. The guide was great and had great aboriginal knowledge. It was very good for wheelchair access as well.
Reviewed by Sandra R, June 2011
My trip to Uluru was a gift for my mums 70th birthday we had a great time to get up close and personal to Uluru at sunset was a sight words cannot describe and to learn all about the culture and meaning of such a magical place from our guide was a trip never to be forgotten I would recommend it to anyone who is after a little history and adventure in the N.T
Reviewed by JUDITH R, September 2012
better pack your hiking shoes. plenty of walking. guide was good and well informed. well worth the plane ride to Uluru. had a great time. thanks
Reviewed by Glenyce T, September 2012
This was such and interesting trip with lots of history and information given by the guide. Again disappointed with colour of the rock at sunset as the sun set in the opposite direction to where we were standing, It is portrayed to be much more vivid. Minor detail however, excellent and preferred small group tour. Thanks
Reviewed by ANNILAW, June 2011
Great guide even though she had an American accent. IT was well worth it to get that personalized information and great dream time stories
Reviewed by butnariupc, January 2013
It is a big disappointment !!! Everyone who booking " Sunset Uluru " want to see Ayers Rock Sunset show of mother nature with two actors : Ayers Rock and Sun. Only company don't want this. Thousand people are on West platform to see colors changed of Rock. Only our group was on a East platform
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