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SEIT Outback Australia

Yulara, Australia
About SEIT Outback Australia
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 Australia invites guests to immerse themselves in Australia's deep Outback. SEIT Outback Australia offers touring with a difference to iconic, pioneering and cultural locations, focusing on providing clients with the ultimate interpretive touring experiences from Alice Springs to Uluru with a range of FIT products for a maximum 12 people and private charters. Offering exclusive touring to Mt Conner on an outback cattle station and Cave Hill an authentic indigenous and cultural experience at the largest rock art site in Central Australia. SEIT Outback Australia guides are passionate and knowledgeable about culture, history and the environment and have extensive guiding experience in the Red Centre. Come and SEIT Outback Australia with us...an experience of a lifetime
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Navigating the full circumference of Uluru at sunrise is an ambitious feat, but it's possible with the leadership of a local guide and a hearty breakfast. This tour provides convenient predawn hotel pickup. Then set out for the 7.5-mile (12-kilometer) trek while listening to your guide's commentary and watching the sun rise. Stop mid-hike for a hearty picnic breakfast, surrounded by inspiring scenery.
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from $117.67
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Venture deep into the Australian desert to Cave Hill, a daunting prospect for independent travelers, in the company of a guide to learn about aboriginal culture. Traveling with a small group of just 11 people or fewer, meet an indigenous Anangu guide to hear stories of the Seven Sisters and see ancient rock art.
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from $194.96
59 reviews
Combine the best views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta—during sunset and sunrise—in a single package. Take a sunset walk at the base of Uluru and enjoy a sunrise picnic breakfast at Kata Tjuta. Customize your experience by choosing the two tours on the same day or consecutive days, and enjoy personalized attention from your guide by traveling with a small group of just 11 people or fewer.
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from $224.90
46 reviews
Gain in-depth knowledge about the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Walpa Gorge on this 4x4 tour from Ayers Rock Resort. Because someone else is doing the driving, you can relax and enjoy the scenery. Traveling with a small group limited to 11 people means you can enjoy an intimate atmosphere with plenty of time to ask questions about this Australian landmark.
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from $88.43
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Uluru and Kata Tjuta aren’t the only gigantic rocks in Australia’s Red Centre—an hour east of Ayers Rock is the imposing table-top mountain of Mount Conner. On this tour, travel through the desert in a 4WD, visit the outback station of Curtin Springs, and watch the sunset over the magnificent red rock. Enjoy a 3-course dinner at the station, before returning to Ayers Rock.
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During our time in Uluru-Kata Tjuta we took two SEIT tours. The Kata Tjuta tour was very good and I gave that tour a good review on TripAdvisor. The Uluru tour was horrible. The SEIT van could not be kept cool and was around 85...More

Date of experience: October 2019
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This walk is amazing! While you can DIY it, you don’t get to access the knowledge of your guides, who understand and share the cultural significance of many of the sites along the way. Start early during the warmer months, and make sure you bring...More

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A passionate guide with limited information began with a brief photo stop followed by a one hour stop at a gift shop/cultural center combo that was incredibly dull and repetitive. We did go on a nice walk (despite hordes of flies) and they had a...More

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank thompsonlane
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Early morning start with cooler temperatures and fewer crowds added to spectacular view. Simple but enjoyable breakfast (toast, yogurt, fruit, coffee) at picnic spot. Minimum issue with flies. Great 2.6km hike in Wampa Gorge (windy gorge). very educational.

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank thompsonlane
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

John was very informative. Had great stops pleasent breakfast and a good walk. Yes its pricey but its probably a once in a lifetime experience. We worth it

Thank racoxon
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

What a great day out. Dan was a very informative host. We met up with Warren at the site and he gave us such a great insight into the area and history. The cabe hill site is just beautiful. We had a lovely lunch and...More

Thank Bellisymo
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Had a great tour this morning with fabulous and knowledgable guide Tia. Highly recommend to anyone who wants to stretch the legs and learn of the culture of the rock, Uluru👍

Thank 456timm
Reviewed 6 days ago

Our guide, Tamin, was full of information and stories and displayed a clear passion for what he did. The vehicle was clean and comfortable and well air conditioned. Tamin kept reminding us to drink water and at each stop refilled bottles with cooled water or...More

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank surreymumUk
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Extremely knowledgeable guides, giving non stop information on the lives of indigenous people and geological formations encountered

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank PCOuwerkerk
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our guide Tia gave us the ultimate experience! A very pleasant breakfast in an amazing location. Her passion and the knowledge she imparted throughout the tour was absorbing and infectious. We now have a much better understanding of the Aboriginal people, traditions and history! There...More

Date of experience: October 2019
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June 14, 2019|
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Response from KathyG526 | Property representative |
To reconfirm this the hotels SEIT can pick up from are Desert Gardens, Sails in the Desert, the Outback Pioneer Hotel and the bus stop out the front of Ayers Rock Campground. For The Lost Camel pick ups are from out the... More
May 18, 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
August 9, 2016|
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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