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Trip Essentials

What's included

 
Expert field guides
Two night's camping in deluxe swags on our signature star beds
One night in the rustically chic 150 year old Arkaba Homestead, member of Luxury Lodges of Australia
All gourment meals including trail snacks
All drinks including premium South Australian wine
Support vehicle for transporting your luggage between camps
Suitable hydration backpack for you to use with room for your lunch, camera and items of a personal nature
Basic toiletries
National park entry fees
A donation to the Australian Wildlife Conservancy

What to Bring

 
You are welcome to bring your own water bottle for use if you would prefer to the water bladders built into your day pack
Hiking boots offering good ankle support and are well worn in
Light long pants - eg zip-off leg types or shorts
Light wicking shirts (with SPF resommended) or light cotton shirts, preferably long sleeved
Camera and spare batteries (no charging facility available until you reach Arkaba Homestead on day three)
Wide brimmed hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
Small personal first aid kit including blister protection and insect repellant
Good socks and gaters or sock protectors for sock protection (if walking in shorts)
A spare pair of shoes for wearing around camp in the evening
Head torch for evenings in camp, with spare batteries
Warm clothing for the winter months including a hat, thermals, scarf, gloves and fleece (May-August). Note: in mid-winter the nights and mornings can be very cold
Walking poles are optional depending on your preference
Wind cheater / waterproof jacket
Binoculars for wildlife and bird viewing
Swimming costume to use outdoor pool at Arkaba Homestead (in season)

Your Guide will Carry

 
Satellite phone and navigation aid for emergency use
Hand held UHF radio for communication
First aid kit
Flora and fauna identification guides
Expert knowledge and passion!

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