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Enjoy short guided walks and see the iconic monuments of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park at both sunrise and sunset on this combo tour. Walk along the base of Uluru (Ayers Rock) then watch the sun set over this giant monolith from a different perspective as you sip sparkling wine. Rise early the following morning to observe the many rock domes of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) at sunrise followed by a picnic breakfast and a walk through Walpa Gorge. Numbers are limited to 11 participants for that personalized attention from your professional guide. Travel in air-conditioned 4WD vehicles from Ayers Rock Resort.Note: You can take both tours in one day or spread them over two days, in either order.
The Sunset Uluru Tour with our guide Davide was excellent. Although Davide had only been working for this organization for about three months, he knew an incredible amount of details and Aborigine stories to tell us. It was a very private tour, as besides my husband and I, there was only one other lady from Adelaide. Highly enjoyable!
The Sunrise Kata Tjuta Tour was also very good - but there were lots of people at the same spot.
Excellent guided tour no stress and the chance to see a lot
Informative and pleasant guides, keen to impart their knowledge and happy to answer questions. The small size of the groups gave an almost personal feel to the two tours.
Though the sunset itself was not notable even though it yielded some good photos the setting, the guide and the light snack were very good. Gary was an excellent guide providing time for questions, informative history of the region, and an appreciation of Uluru region: a real professional. We like small groups and the van was very comfortable.
In the morning the weather brought excitement and uniqueness to the tour. While walking at Kata Tjuta there was a downpour that brought waterfalls from all parts of the domes and formed streams that became rivers in moments. Some people walked to the end, a few turned back and either waded through or made their way on the uneven rocks in the stream. As our energetic, helpful guide, Francesca, said 99 of the visitors see the colors of a bright sky and dry rocks but we were lucky to experience the unusual. Before the rain we enjoyed a stop to see the rocks and a good breakfast offering opportunity to chat with others and the guide.
I recommend these two tours and encourage everyone to be open to whatever nature provides.
Wally was a fantastic tour guide. His narrative about the formations, the history and the Anangu people was absolutely enthralling.
The small group enjoyed interesting tours by friendly and knowledgeable guides who took time to explain the local botany, history, folklore and traditions.
Experienced and professional company and a wonderful experience.
I highly recommend the small group tours.
Sunset.tour: Tour guide was Monica. She gave a very detailed talk before getting to Uluru about the aboriginal culture and the history of the National Park. Did 2 walks at the base of Uluru. Wear good walking shoes and bring water.Unfortunately it was cloudy at sunset so the rock did not glow. But the sparkling wine flowed and the dukkah was as good as the company.
Sunrise tour: Was done by Hannah. Again clouds didn't allow for the best viewing. Did a longer walk in a windy gorge after breakfast.. Wear good shoes.
Having very limited time we weren't sure if just an overnight stay in Ayres Rock would give us sufficient time to see both a sunset and sunrise. This tour was amazing and we are so glad we did it. The tour company couriers were knowledgeable and very efficient giving us an experience we will never forget. Shortly after our arrival in Ayers Rock we were collected by the tour bus and taken to Uluru where we were given a detailed history and then taken to a viewing platform to watch the sunset. Early the next morning we were collected and taken to Kata Tjuta where we witnessed a spectacular sunrise. We then caught our flight back to Sydney. Despite our reservations this tour really worked for us and made our whistle stop trip to Ayers Rock one we are so glad we did.
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