Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Uluru (Ayers Rock) to Alice Springs One-Way Shuttle. 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.
Both parts were absolutely full of info and nice impressions. Sometimes a bit difficult to understand, because I'm not a native English speaker, but after few minutes - no more problems to copy everything.
It was the cheapest way I could find from Ayers Rock to Alice Springs. There was a ton of commentary. The driver constantly talked. It would've actually been nicer without it.
The AAT Kings bus ride from Uluru to Alice Springs is a long (5-6 hours) but interesting way to see the Outback. There are a couple of rest stops, but you're not forced to spend time in tourist traps. If you have a full day, you may want to consider doing the Kings Canyon day trip. You can leave from Uluru, stop at Kings Canyon, and then end the day in Alice Springs. It means leaving in the morning instead of mid-day, but you get to see Kings Canyon.
Bus was comfortable, Both female drivers were very informative. Especially Kerrin, who really seemed to enjoy her job. That showed and her enthousiasm was catching. The views were great, so it was a wonderful way to experience the outback in a relaxed way.
The driver gave us a good insight into the people and countryside. Much better option than self drive.
Great ride. The bus driver(s) were well informed and provided some excellent insight along the way. I learned an incredible amount about this part of Australia. Definitely recommended.
Friendly driver who gave us enough tourist information without bombarding us with talk all the way. The two stops were a welcome break. A good experience.
Our bus driver was wonderful. The bus was not very full, so I felt we got even more attention from the driver. A pleasant trip back to Alice Springs, after flying from Alice to Ayers.
Booked a bus ride got an entertaining tour. Driver was funny knowledgable and considerate of those wanting quiet time as well. Victor was a good booking agent and the bus is run by AARKings of Australia.
Operated with modern coaches. We had an unexpected change of coaches in the middle of nowhere. The second coach was full so no choice of seats.
Passenger near us insisted on closing the blind which stopped us looking out of the window but he wasa pursaded to swap seats.
The commentry by the drivers on the history, geology etc of the area we were passing through was particularly welcome.