Take along comfortable, casual and semi-casual, “wash and wear” clothes. Bright colours and white are not suitable for game viewing. Please avoid clothing resembling army uniform (i.e.: camouflage clothing). This list below is purely a guideline, and will depend on the duration/length of the safari as well as month/season travelling. Additional warmer clothing may be required during June/July/August: – Khaki and muted colours are preferable on safari – not bright colours or white. Army camouflage uniforms are forbidden, Soft holdall (suitcases) for all safaris, 2 pairs of comfortable shoes – one pair being desert boots or trainers, Warm jacket and gloves for winter months, Lightweight waterproof for wet months, Warm jersey, 2 pairs of casual trousers including one thick pair for winter months, 3 pairs shorts/skirts, 2/3 T-shirts, Long sleeved cotton shirt in case of sunburn, Sweatshirt, Swimming costume, Photographic and/or video equipment, film, batteries, battery charger * 1 pair binoculars per person, Large/strong torch per person (and spare batteries), Personal medication and antihistamine, All travel documentation and immunization certificates if applicable, Malaria pills, High factor sun protection cream, Insect repellent, Eye drops, Baby wipes, Extra pair of prescription glasses or contact lenses, A small day pack for walks and game drives, Wide brim hat, Sunglasses
NB: Please dress appropriately when crossing borders (no bare feet, bare chests, no bikini tops, no sunglasses or hats) visiting markets, villages, towns and when travelling in the vehicle.