We could not decide whether we wanted to see Uluru at sunrise or sunset. This trip resolved the issue for us as we went on an earlier trip to see Uluru at sunrise and then saw Kata Tjuta in the evening. It gave us variety. We enjoyed canapés and wine as we watched the rock change colours while the sun gradually retreated. We would recommend for people who want a change from Uluru itself.
Its say half day, actually you just go near Kata Tjuta and stay there for the sunset which occur in the opposite site, so to catch sunset you have to turn your back on the mountains. Wine is average, beer, lemonade and water are available, some chips, cucumber, carrots and 2 sauce... but you cant get closer to the mountain. Not worth it, if you want to see the mountains and have a walk closer, just take the hop/on-hop/off thats available even at sunset.
Vale muito a pena! A AATKings pega o pessoal no complexo de hotéis de Ayers Rocks, e leva para a Kata Tjuta.
Antes é feita uma parada para tirar fotos mais perto da pedra, e depois vamos para área de vista do pôr-do-sol. Foi fantástico ver o por do sol na pedra, com as mudanças de cores, e tudo isso com o cocktail delicioso! O guia me esqueci o nome era super solícito e amigável.