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Overall rating
4.7 / 5
based on 544 reviews

Fantastic - The best way to see Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Kings Canyon

Oue experience was fantastic - It would have to be the best way to see Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Kings Canyon and learn some Indigenous lore. Our driver/guide , Phil, really knew his stuff. We got to see all the sights , at the right time (ie sunrise and sunset) with heaps of Indigenous information without having to worry about driving or time schedules etc (as Phil looked after that.) The hostie(s) looked after us at each camp with great food & wine for dinner...the glamping included wood floored tents, with comfortable beds, lights and power as well as hot showers... Loved it and highly recommend to anyone!

From Alice Springs: Uluru 3-Day Camping Tour Reviewed by

Very professional, entertaining & informative.

My family & I had a wonderful experience! Our pilot was a wealth of knowledge & humour. He instantly made us all feel comfortable & relaxed. The flight itself was absolutely breathtaking! We are all still raving about what a wonderful time we had! Thank you

Expect a remarkable, reverent and personal experience. tjukurpa rules!

We loved this tour, it was informative, organized, and we couldn’t have asked for anything else. The tucker bag was well thought out, we went at a good pace for the group and we appreciated the small group format. Would highly recommend!

Uluru: Guided Trek of Uluru's Base in a Small Group Reviewed by

Excellent tour, informative and not rushed

Gareth was excellent, very knowledgeable about Uluru. The sunrise location was perfect. The whole tour was at a good pace and the breakfast was great- especially the banana bread - according to my nephew Isaiah ;)

Great experience, but a little more bread please.

Fantastic experience, great guides, well looked after animals and great views. Our group ran a little short on bread, which should have been easy to fix. However, the overall experience was fantastic.

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