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SEIT Outback Australia

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Come SEIT Outback Australia with us and discover the real deal in small group touring through exclusive and specialised rural and cultural experiences. With key product philosophies embracing Spirit, Emotion, Intellect and Task, SEIT Outback...more
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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170 Yulara Dr | Ayers Rock Resort, Yulara, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
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Reviewed today via mobile

We lent the early and cool part of today walking the 12.5 km circumference of the iconic Uluru with Seit Tours. Our guide was Mika, a capable and engaging person who was knowledgeable and kept participants engaged over five hours of walking. We were picked...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What an amazing 6 hours we had. Our Tour Guide Sol was very knowledgable and so attentive to our needs to ensure that we were comfortable, no rushing, just waking at a normal pace so that we had every opportunity to see as much as...More

Thank Julie K
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

After trying so hard to book a tour first was the sky ship which unfortunately got damaged so that was out, next was the field of lights star pass that was booked out. So many tears shed later and we found the Uluru sunset tour....More

Thank Lauren D
Reviewed 6 days ago

We loved our sunrise guided walk around Uluru. Our SEIT guides were friendly, knowledgeable approachable and good fun! They knew so many stories about so many sacred and special places around the base of Uluru (almost impossible to imagine what's there if you've never walked...More

Thank Barb C
Reviewed 6 days ago

Please read Penny E's review, as I was also on that same tour and she highlighted it perfectly...saving me some typing! Only....it was a DOUBLE rainbow!! You know you're experiencing something very special when your tour guide, who's been there a ton of times, is...More

Thank LeeSki
Reviewed 1 week ago

We did the Valley of the Winds trek at Kata Tjuta just last week (early October), and we were doubly fortunate. Firstly, we were the only people on the 7.8km trek through the Valley of the wind, and secondly, we had Monty as our guide....More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We booked this tour way in advance as everything is usually booked by the time you arrive to Uluru. Knowing that it was a 12km walk around the perimeter of Ayers walk, we came mentally and physically prepared. Gerry was our guide, she did a...More

Thank wiljor
Reviewed 1 week ago

Amazing! Thank you! :) This was by far one of the best experiences I had in my short time at Uluru. Our guide Rick was just fantastic, he was so knowledgeable and passionate about this incredible place. Rick explained the significance of sacred sites to...More

Thank Penny E
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I went on 2 tours with SEIT: Kata Tjuta and the sunrise Uluru base walk. Both tours were well organised, the pace was just right and the tour guides (Valerie, Rachel and Graham) were super nice: enthusiastic without being OTT, incredibly well informed, and overall...More

Thank Abady75
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We booked the Seit Uluru Highlights trip and it was fantastic. From the time we were picked at our accommodation to our return we were given an experience to remember. Our guide for the morning was so pleasant (French accent) and knew all of our...More

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aedrbf
19 May 2018|
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Response from decca_mac | Reviewed this property |
Agree on doing the sunrise walk around Uluru. It’s really unbelievable. If you hike during sunrise (not watch and hike) and take breaks you will still be back at your hotel by 10am. Don’t miss th base walk. It’s really... More
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Response from Professeurdefrancais | Reviewed this property |
We're veggies so he did us a veggie menu - no meat at all. ( I think it would have been kangaroo fillet, emu sausage and a beef hotpot) Home made bruschetta, dips, sweet potato fritters with saltbush and fresh veg, Bush... More
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