Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming the departure details.
Tours are to remote areas and include some hiking through rugged terrain. Passengers should be of reasonable health and fitness and carry all required medication.
Clients must inform of any pre-existing medical problems. In certain circumstances we may request a doctor's certificate certifying fitness of travel. In certain circumstances, we may require that a carer travel with a passenger who has a mental or physical disability.
The local operator reserves the right to refuse to carry passenger who they believe may not be able to safely undertake one of the tours.
Anangu, Uluru's traditional owners, would prefer that visitors choose not to climb Uluru. Furthermore, the climb may be closed without notice due to weather or cultural reasons.
Arrival into Ayers Rock Airport on day of departure: Clients arriving before 11:30am can take the free shuttle to Outback Pioneer and use the resort facilities until their tour pick up time of approximately 1:00pm out the front of Outback Pioneer. Clients arriving after 11:30am should wait at the airport until their pick up of approximately 1:00pm.
Luggage: Tour vehicles have limited space therefore please keep luggage to a minimum (small soft bag). Passengers travelling on tours that include air transfers need to observe strict luggage limitations.
There are no double beds. Only twin bedding is available.
What to bring:
Please check at time of confirmation. However, for most tours you will need the following: towel, water bottle, flash light, small pillow, toiletries and items of personal nature, hat, sturdy walking shoes, sun screen, camera and film, warm clothing for night time in winter months and wet weather gear.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.