Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to reconfirm my booking?
Yes, please reconfirm the day before departure, so we can let you know any additional information about your tour.
What do I need to bring?
Hat, sun block (sun protection cream), camera, good walking shoes, warm clothes for night time, toiletries towel and swimwear.
What is a swag?
A swag is a bedroll made of canvas with a mattress inside. You can put your sleeping bag inside and zip it up and have a perfect view of the stars.
Do I need a sleeping bag?
Yes, it is a health regulation requirement to have a sleep sheet or sleeping bag inside your swag. It will also keep you warmer at night.
How much water do I need to bring?
You need to bring 2 litres of water. You can refill your bottle as we go from place to place.
How many people on the tour?
We have a maximum of 24 on a tour. Our buses have 21 or 24 seats.
Can I start and finish the tour in Uluru?
How cold does it get at night?
In winter temperatures can drop to 0ºC. In summer it is usually around 20ºC. Please check weather forecasts before the tour so you can bring appropriate clothing for the conditions.
Are there many flies out there?
In summer there can be many flies. It is advised that you purchase a fly net if you don't like them.
How much luggage can I bring?
If you are on the Uluru 3 Day Tour, only bring a small backpack and store your large luggage in your hostel.
How fit do I have to be?
The tour has 3 large walks ranging from 6kms to 9.4kms at Uluru. There are shorter options for passengers who feel they can't do the big walks.
Do you cater for specific diets?
We can cater for vegetarians, vegans, gluten free and lactose intolerant passengers. Please understand we are on a camping tour so the food you may usually have may not be readily available. Please contact us when booking if you have any specific dietary needs.
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