Machen Sie mit Ihrem Fremdenführer eine Fahrt zum Fuß des Uluru. Danach geht es weiter zum Kuniya Walk, wo Sie zum Mutitjulu-Wasserloch begleitet werden. Genießen Sie ein Glas Wein und Kanapees während des Sonnenuntergangs über dem Ayers Rock.
All in all hat die Fahrt die Infos verschafft, für die man gebucht hat. Der Guide war auch sehr bemüht, hat aber leider seine vielen Informationen in einem - für Nichtaustralier - sehr schwer verständlichen Slang gegeben. Das BQ kann man sich ersparen, da weder von der Qualität noch vom Ambiente überzeugend.
It was a very well organized tour with two very pleasant, enthusiastic tour guides. Tasia and Toni were brilliant. I was very surprised to see 5-10000 year old 'frescoes' at Uluru rock. Watching sunset at Uluru is awesome.Hiighly recommended
Of course, Uluru itself is amazing. Spending 5 hours on a full coach bus to see it, in the middle of summer, is not so impressive. Tour guides were very knowledgable and this is the best part of this tour - being guided and being able to ask relevant questions about the Rock and its background. 45 minutes at the Cultural Centre wasn't really long enough to wander around, see exhibits and possibly purchase some art work. The sunset viewing with champagne and canapés sounds very romantic, but after 5 hours of the heat and the flies, some bubbly and some dips and crackers isn't really as idyllic as its made out to be. This tour is very good for a first -time visitor who has no idea what to see. Coming back another time, a hire car and freedom would be brilliant.
Really nice afternoon trip taking us to the cultural center and a walk around part of the base of Uluru. This was followed by a terrific BBQ of unlimited wine, beer, grilled chicken, steaks, kangaroo, and a multitude of sides. Tour guides were terrific. I'd recommend
The guides were great, lots of interesting info. They were generous with the wine at sunset but set your expectations low regarding the 'canapes'. Worth the extra money compared to hiring a car and doing it yourself.
My sister and I made this booking as a last minute idea when we realised that the others tours we had taken didn't really get us up close to Ayers Rock, having seen it from the vantage of a helicopter and at sunset on comeback. With less than a day remaining of our stay in Uluru, we decided to see what was available in the limited time we had remaining. We didn't regret one minute of this tour. It truly gave us the "complete" Ayers rock experience and we now have unforgettable memories that we have already shared with our family and friends. I would recommend this tour to anyone coming to Uluru.