Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Uluru and Kata Tjuta Tour by Helicopter from Ayers Rock. 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.
Very professionally run outfit, well maintained fleet with young but experienced pilots. An exhillarating way to see Uluru & Kata Tjuta, sunset was magnificent.
What a brilliant trip! This will stay in my memory for ever as one of the most amazing experiences ever. I have been on helicopter trips before but this was the best yet. The pilot was so interesting and helpful but of course the best part was the view of these fabulous rocks.
Fantastic was to experience the rock! What amazing views! Or pilot was fantastic with lots of knowledge. All round fantastic experience, thank you!
Only went because my husband wanted to. Was I every glad that I went out of my comfort and went for a ride.
Great flight and we have been very luck with the weather. Friendly pilots and the whole trip was organized in a perfect way.
This was our first view of Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta and it's a fantastic way to do it.
I really enjoyed this! There are great views of the resort as you fly out, and of Uluru & Kata Tjuta, that we thought were amazing!
A surprise flight for my wife's birthday, the flight was amazing and made the holiday for us. Only downside was it was too short!!
Amazing, great! Pilot was nice and very informative. Especially in January, nobody in Ayers Rock but flies, buying a fly net is a must, nobody in the air, lots of emotions. A must do!
We loved every minute of this trip. The service we received was great right from the time we were picked up. Would go again but next time we would take the longer flight.
Words can't describe it, you have to experience the amazing views for yourself.
This was the first thing that we did upon arrival in Uluru. The 30 minute flight that we took was a good overview of the area and truly helped us appreciate the size of Ayers Rock and the Olgas. We never would have appreciated the size of the Olgas, because you cannot drive around them as you can Ayers Rock. Since we were not about to violate the Aboriginal preference that people not climb to the top this trip provided us with the aerial views that would have been achieved with the climb. The pilot was personable, informed and most helpful, positioning the helicopter so that everyone could have an opportunity take pictures. This is a not to be missed experience.