Safari Tips

Safari Tips

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General Packing List

⦁ We highly recommend you to pack as light as possible. Always remember to leave space for souvenirs and gifts.
⦁ You should ensure that you have all the travel documents including passports, visas and money in your person.
⦁ A small pouch or a bag that hangs around the neck is recommended.
⦁ Strong and comfortable shoes, preferably waterproof are highly recommended.
⦁ Cotton and breathable socks.
⦁ Sandals or flip-flops

For the domestic flight here are the luggage restriction:

⦁ Fastjet: hold baggage of up to 20kg and Handbag of 6kg per passenger.
⦁ Precision Air, hold baggage of up to 20kg and Handbag of 6kg per passenger.
⦁ Small Chartered and scheduled flights (Coastal Aviation, Flight Link, Air Excel, Regional Air, Safari Link
⦁ Tropical Air and Zan Air), hold baggage of up to 15 -20kg per passenger.

Luggage:

⦁ Waterproof Soft-sided bag of up to 20kg
⦁ Waterproof Backpack or small bag that you can hang around the neck

Travel Documents:

⦁ Valid Passport and Visa
⦁ Flight tickets
⦁ Your Safari Program
⦁ Medical and Travel insurance
⦁ Address book
⦁ US$ cash / Credit Card

Dressing:

⦁ Casual and loose fitting clothing like short/long sleeved shirts (camouflage clothes are recommended)
⦁ Lightweight breathable pants
⦁ Long-sleeved fleece or sweater for evenings and/or early mornings.
⦁ Night dresses/pajamas
⦁ Sun hats and scarf for the dust
⦁ When visiting the village, women should avoid short pants or sleeveless blouses/shirts or short skirts that do not cover the knees out of respect for the local customs and traditions.

Toiletries:

⦁ Small towel
⦁ Toothbrush and toothpaste
⦁ Soap (bar or gel soap), conditioner and shampoo with less fragrance
⦁ Body Lotion
⦁ Facial tissue and normal wet tissues
⦁ Comb and small mirror
⦁ Anti – bacteria gel, hand- wipes and Kleenex

First Aid Kit

⦁ Pain killers e.g. aspirin or Panadol (prescribed by your physician)
⦁ Insect repellent and mosquito repellents.
⦁ Crème for itches and rashes (i.e. Benadryl itch relief stick)
⦁ Cold and allergy medicine
⦁ Bandage, gauze and tapes
⦁ Malaria pills
⦁ Stomachache medicines
⦁ Diarrhea medicine
⦁ Prescription antibiotics effective against a wide range of bacteria
⦁ Antihistamines
⦁ Ibuprofen
⦁ Prescription Medications
⦁ Multi vitamins

Electronics:

⦁ Camera, extra batteries and charger, memory cards, mini-tripod
⦁ Flashlight and headlight
⦁ UK plug adapter and transformer / voltage converter, if applicable
⦁ Personal music device

Other

⦁ Maps, guidebooks
⦁ Binoculars
⦁ Money
⦁ Sunglasses, sunscreen and lip balm
⦁ Candies and snacks
⦁ Playing cards, games and reading material
⦁ Travel pillow