AlUla Helicopter Tour Terms

AlUla Helicopter Tour Terms

Buckle up and put your headsets on; it's time for take-off!
As you get ready to view AlUla from above, with this 30-minute helicopter tour with your guide, your exhilarating flight will take you over AlUla's seven most famous landmarks and heritage sites.
The first of these will be the monumental Jabal AlFil (Elephant Rock), AlUla's most famous natural geological rock formation. Next, we head over to Hegra, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the southern capital of the Nabatean Civilisation, with its ancient tombs carved deep into the red and golden rocks. There you will get to see one of the last trains of The Hijaz Railway stood in time. 
Our pilot will now turn towards the west, and in the distance, you will see Maraya, the Guinness World Record holder for the world's largest mirrored building reflecting the sun out to the sky, shining brightly like a diamond in the desert. 
As our pilot turns south and takes you over the AlUla's three other most important heritage sites of Jabal Ikmah (the open-air library), and back down over Dadan (the capital of the Dadan and Lihyan kingdoms) and lastly over the AlUla Old Town (the 12th-century medieval city). 
As you land finally back to Fursan Village, you genuinely appreciate the beauty, heritage and sheer majestic landscapes scale of this remarkable destination. 
Please read the terms and conditions below before purchase and note that you will be required to complete a waiver form before the flight.

Helicopter Tour Product Terms

Before Flight Booking
  1. Children must be three years of age or above to be carried on any of our Flights.
  2. All Children under 13 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
  3. Pregnant women (not exceeding 32 weeks) can fly at their own responsibility and risk, and it is the passengers’ responsibility to inform THC about her pregnancy at the time of booking/traveling.
  4. The passenger is responsible to notify THC if there are passengers with special needs.
For safety reasons, dangerous goods as defined in the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, such as those listed below, shall not be carried.
  • Explosives, munitions, fireworks and flares.
  • Gases (flammable, non-flammable deeply refrigerated and poisonous) such as camping gas.
  • Radioactive materials.
  • Corrosives (such as mercury, acids, alkalis and wet cell batteries).
  • Magnetized materials and miscellaneous dangerous goods.
  • Oxidizing substances (such as bleaching powder and peroxides). Poisonous (toxic) and infectious substances.
  • Flammable liquids, such as lighter fuels, paints and thinner.
  • Flammable solids, such as matches and articles which are easily ignited; substances liable to spontaneous combustion; substances which on contact with water emit flammable gases.
After Flight Booking
  1. Passengers must be at the The Visitor Centre location mentioned on their tickets 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time and must carry an official identification document. Passengers are required to carry a valid passport or Saudi national ID while travelling and to present the identification when checking in
  2. THC will provide liability cover of passengers in accordance with the regulations of the General Authority of Civil Aviation.
  3. No food (including commercially prepared food), beverages, or coolers are permitted
  4. The passenger must comply with any security inspection carried out by government officials or RCU Staff at the visitor centre.
  5. All flights remain subject to weather, visibility conditions, aircraft availability and government restrictions as may apply from time to time. THC shall not be held liable due to inclement weather conditions or events beyond our reasonable control.
  6. THC reserves the right to refuse any person or carriage of any item if THC deems it unauthorized, unsafe or may be hazardous or endangers the aircraft, crew or other passengers. Passengers will be subject to security control as per the regulations of the General Authority of Civil Aviation and as directed by the Captain.
  7. Passengers wishing to take/use cameras and/or other photographic equipment on the flight do so entirely at their own risk.
  8. Passengers’ full names and ID details must be provided at least 3 hours before the services are conducted as restrictions apply on total passengers’ weight,. The Captain of the Aircraft shall have absolute discretion to decide what load, including the number of passengers, may safely be carried and how such load shall be distributed, whether and when a flight may be safely undertaken and when and where the Aircraft shall be landed. All such decisions of the Captain shall be final and binding on customer and carrier.
  9. Due to safety or operational requirements, physical restrictions and/or clothing or accessory restrictions may apply on the helicopter. If uncertain of the restrictions, please ask staff for more information.
  10. All passengers will be weighed before each flight.
Cancellation & Refund policies
  • Customer Bookings: We will gladly refund the ticket price of cancelled experiences up to 3 days before the scheduled tours. Unfortunately, we are unable to refund credit card fees. Experiences cancelled within 1–3 days before your tour may be rebooked if timeslots are available but are not eligible for refund. We are unable to refund or rebook experiences cancelled on the day of scheduled tours.
  • Booked through 3rd Party or Travel Agent: If you booked your experience through a third party, please coordinate with them on policies, changes and updates.

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