A current PPL and medical is all that is legally needed. Both must have expiry dates after the last day of the tour.
Prior to the start of the tour, you will need have to pass a standard check ride on the aircraft you will be flying.
You will need a BFR or equivalent in your log book that is less than 24 months old. Additionally, if you don’t regularly fly the type of aircraft you will be flying on tour, you are strongly encouraged to get a logged checkout on the same type at home. Both of these recommendations will help ensure that you will only be required to do a basic check ride and not a full flight review.
If you are the sole pilot of the aircraft you will be flying, we recommend a minimum of 250 hours, ideally 500+.
As part of your trip preparation please be comfortable with short-field takeoffs and landings, non-towered airport procedures as well as landings and take-offs on grass and dirt strips.