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What to Pack on a Safari

What to Pack on a Safari

Are you about to go on your first African Safari? Deciding what you need to pack and what you should definitely leave behind can be quite daunting for first-timers. Many of you will be flying into your various Game Lodges by charter aircraft, and thus restricted to a very small amount of luggage in terms of both weight and dimensions, so it is essential to do some forward planning …

Documents

  • Passport (with visa if necessary) and a couple of photocopies
  • Proof of required vaccinations
  • Health and Travel Insurance … make sure you have local contact numbers
  • Credit Cards – remember to notify your bank that you will be travelling abroad
  • Email address and local contact numbers for your Tour Operator
  • Cash – ATM’s are hard to come by in the wilderness! Please note that USD notes dated before 2004 will not be accepted, so bring some nice new notes with you!

Toiletry Bag

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Malaria medication (check with your GP what you need!)
  • Prescription Medication – enough to last you for the duration of your holiday
  • Meds for motion sickness, diarrhoea, colds and flu and aches and pains
  • Insect repellent
  • Antihistamine cream
  • Sunscreen (at least SPF30 and preferably unscented)
  • Deodorant
  • Lip Balm (with sunscreen)
  • Body Lotion (preferably unscented)
  • The Lodges all supply basic toiletries but bring your own if you are fussy – try to find travel sizes of everything to save space

Other Essentials

  • Comfortable walking shoes (hiking or trainers are best)
  • Spare spectacles or contact lenses and lens solution
  • Sunglasses – good sunglasses are essential
  • A hat with a brim
  • A good pair of binoculars per person
  • Camera with lenses, spare battery and extra memory cards
  • Chargers and adaptors for your electronics find travel sizes of everything to save space.