Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Uluru and Kata Tjuta Tour by Helicopter from Ayers Rock submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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Even though a little bit pricy, but it was really worth it. You get to see all the surroundings around the Uluru and Catajuta area. The pilot was really good about to explain the objects when we flying over them. I am sure next visit I will do it again. Thanks Viator's booking.
Carol Yu from Richardson Texas
Can well recommend if you go to Ayres Rock. The helicopter crew put safety first.Captain flew straight and level with gentle turns so no need to feel worried. Good views of the rock, was explained by captain that fying over and behind was not allowed to respect wishes of locals which was understandable.Great experianceReviewed by: WILLIAM W, September 2013
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Fantastic! What else can we say!Reviewed by: Stephen P, August 2013
My Husband and I were visiting several places in Australia and his No1 wish for to visit Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the "Red Centre" and to take a Helicopter ride over the area. We were picked up from our Hotel, Desert Gardens, by a very friendly Pilot and Helicopter Crew Member and made our way to the Helicopter Station, which is at the Airport. After both Crew had carried out the safety checks, we set off for our ride. We had decided on the longest rise (36 minutes), in order to see "The Olga's" as well as Uluru. We were not disappointed by what we saw. The Pilot was very informative, entertaining, but professional and we took great photo's. The land and rocks are a wonderful shade of Red, (depending on what time you view them) my only disappointment was that the Helicopter, which was a rescue vehicle, had front and back facing seats, which meant limited or no vision of the sights, at certain times. Other than this, it was a most enjoyable experience.Reviewed by: Soulie1969, November 2013