Ayers Rock, Australia
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clock-o7 hours (Approx.)
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commentOffered in: English


Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) and Kata Tjuta are two of Australia’s most photographed natural wonders and this full-day tour takes in both. Enjoy guided hikes to the Walpa Gorge, Mutitjulu Waterhole, and the Mala Walk; visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre; and tuck into a traditional Aussie barbecue dinner as you watch the sunset over Uluru.
  • Full-day Uluru and Kata Tjuta tour from Ayers Rock, including BBQ dinner
  • Marvel at Kata Tjuta as you hike through the Walpa Gorge
  • Discover Australia’s Aboriginal heritage at the Aboriginal Cultural Centre
  • Explore the Mala Walk and Mutitjulu Waterhole at the base of Uluru
  • Tuck into a delicious BBQ dinner as you watch the sunset over Uluru
  • Great-value tour includes hotel pickup, lunch, dinner, and round-trip transport
Make your own way to the Outback Pioneer Hotel in Yulara (Ayers Rock Resort) in time for a 12pm departure. After meeting your guide and group settle into your seats aboard an air-conditioned coach and soak up the scenery as you journey into the UNESCO-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

Tuck into a tasty packed lunch (provided) on the way, then jump out to enjoy the first walk of the day, affording spectacular views of Kata-Tjuta (the Olgas) and the Walpa Gorge. Continue to the Aboriginal Cultural Centre to learn more about the local Pitjantjatjara people and the region’s rich Aboriginal heritage.

Next, head to the base of Uluru (Ayers Rock), where you’ll enjoy two walks – the Mala Walk, which follow the north-west side of Uluru and passes some impressive Anangu rock art, and a guided hike to the ancient Mutitjulu Waterhole.

Finally, watch the sunset over the sacred peak of Uluru as you sip a glass of Champagne and feast on a traditional Aussie-style BBQ dinner.

Your tour ends around 7pm, back at the Ayers Rock Resort.


Viator Traveller's Reviews

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, Jan 2019

Where do I begin. This tour was worth every cent. It was a long day and we were there in January so it was hot to say the least. Our driver Trevor was very kind and very informative and did an excellent job. We were constantly supplied with food from chicken wraps to lollies, muesli bars, fruit cake and fruit.... and of course our bbq dinner at the end of this tour as we sat watching the sun set and the changing colours of Uluru. this is a must tour, but be aware its a very long day and some element of fitness would help to get the most out of this. We travelled here in January which is summer and it reached 47o so it was a challenge to say the least, water, water, water.... Everyone did things at their own pace to their ability. Great tour!!

, Nov 2018

I saw many interesting places. Our guide was fantastic. We had bad weather, there was no sunset, but I have photos with lightning over Uluru. I recommend this trip.

, Feb 2018

This was an excellant tour, the commentary was very informative. There was some walking and you need to take water with you on this trip. The BBQ dinner was very good and the sites were fabulous. The hosts took very good care of us during the tour with snacks and treats. They were very efficient, highly recommend this tour.

, Dec 2017

This trip was exactly what I was looking for! I had limited time and really wanted to see both rock formations. Tour guide was friendly and informative. Weather was rainy, so at first I was a little disappointed, but I enjoyed seeing waterfalls at Uluru. Made my day. Tour was great value !

, Nov 2017

Received notification that we would not be picked up or dropped off at Desert Garden Hotel as previously advertised, but since the coach came all the way from Alice Springs to pick up people in Uluru we could understand their picking up at only one place.

, Oct 2017

The good: The information provided was good, as was the sites visited.

The not so good: TONS of flies - everywhere, including on the food, preparation area, etc. Also - often hard to understand the speaker - and not sure why there were three guides present...all hard to understand over the sound of the bus, etc.

, Sep 2017

It was a nice trip but a long day. I wish I had booked a shorter tour just to see the sun set because the scenery is repetitive. The guides told long long stories while we are under the sun and it was quite diffucult to understand the aussie english accent.

, Aug 2017

Absolutely brilliant tour!!! So impressive!!!
Highly recommend! Guides were very knowledgeable and fun. Day was well planed. Lunch and dinner great! Snacks and drinks all the time. Most important you will have great way to explore Uluru. We did almost full circle around the rock with two stops and guided walks. Tour ended with magnificent sunset over Uluru. Perfect perfect! Only thing i wish would be better is to have some free time for take pictures, have a small walk alone. Time at Kata Tjuta was just 40 mins which is literally hardly enought going till the gorge and coming back to bus. Uluru tour was much longer but we didn't have a minute to stay alone to enjoy the rock , just have a minute for photos, we were rushing to take photos. The rest and overall, the tour os great! Highly recommend. You will be very impressed!

, Jul 2017

Our tour guides were funny and helpful. They told us many information about Uluru and Kata Tjuta, which was very interesting.

, May 2017

Was a great tour, was able to see both attractions in the one day, very friendly and informed tour guides and was catered for all ages.

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