Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Uluru Base Walk at Sunrise. 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.
Beautiful views with a fascinating history. This guided tour was a highlight of our trip to Uluru.
This tour was great. The 12 kilometre base trail was easy. Our guide Kim was great. The breakfast was good
great experience, with a guide who was very well informed and truly interested in providing us with understanding of both the indigenous and non indigenous perspectives of the site.
Wonderful, especially in such a small tour group. Our tour guide was brilliant, good knowledge and very personable.
If you go to Uluru you should do this tour. The sunrise on the rock is beautiful. Walking around the rock the guide provided great insight into the cultural and geological history of the rock. You get a feel for the land by being able to walk at a comfortable pace around the base, taking in all of its unique aspects.
Fantastic tour. Great explanation of significance of each part of the rock as we walked.
Perfect conditions, competent guide and small group. But would it be so difficult to accomodate an aborigine guide, even if it means hiking the price a little, and maybe make the breakfast more relevant to the situation? Many thanks
Our guide, Monica, was exceptionally friendly and knowledgeable!! Uluru itself is just amazing, but she made the walk around it (12 kilos for those who wondering) even more enjoyable. There were only 6 people including Monica. Highly recommended.
Tour was fantastic. Highly recommend seeing Uluru at sunrise up close.
We loved this!
Jess was a lovely guide who told us all the Anangu stories about how Uluru was formed and why parts of it are sacred. We walked the 12km at an easy pace and the path was flat all the way round. We highly recommend this.
Great early morning 12 km walk with breakfast and the tour guide was very imformative.
We had an awesome trip on the base walk at Uluru.
We booked through Viator, but the actual tour was run by SEIT. It seems that the advantage of using SEIT is that they typically work with small groups.
No drama's with the pick up at 'Sails'. Walking through the dark to see sunrise across the desert, and the changing colours on the rock.
Our guide - sorry forgot her name, was great. She was really knowledgeable and an excellent storyteller of the legends that are depicted on the rock and are integral to the aborigine culture and their relationship with Uluru.
This tour is to be recommended
To see the various facets of Uluru and the colour changes and to be with a small group with such an enthusiastic guide (Alex) was exactly what we wanted and we were not disappointed.Definitely a wonderful experience and one that will stay with us for a long time.