Travelling to another country can be a daunting task. Read through some of our helpful tips and tricks to become more familiar with the customs and requirements!
Welcome to Africa
Thank you for visiting our beautiful continent. You'll discover as you travel with us, that there a hundreds of opportunities to have a truly memorable African experience. Listen closely to our guides and drivers, there is nothing quite like the insights of a local!
a Handy Checklist
What to Bring
Depending on the time of year that you are travelling it may either be very hot, or fairly chilly. You will be advised on the correct clothing to bring for your particular safari. An essential is malaria medication as well as mosquito and insect repellent and spray. Most malaria medications need to be taken for a week prior to entering the malaria zone and for a number of weeks after leaving the malaria area. Consult your doctor for further advice.
Luggage should be limited to one medium sized bag and soft luggage should be used – no hard suitcases please.
- Hat, sunglasses, sun cream
- Malaria tablets
- Mosquito repellent
- Waterproof jacket (may rain)
- Warm clothing for nights
- Shorts & T-shirts
- Walking shoes and thick socks
- Camera & binoculars
- Torch (will be very useful)
- Water bottle each
- One small day pack
- Pocket knife if you have (not essential)
- Soft luggage (no suitcases please)
- Cash for gratuities and personal requirements ie. curios
Please note that if you become ill with flu type symptoms for up to six months after having visited a malaria area it is important to inform your doctor that you may have contracted malaria in order to ensure the correct diagnosis and treatment.
It is customary to tip the guides and staff at the various camps
At the private lodges all drinks are generally excluded from the package/lodge rates. You will be able to choose from a wide selection at the bar.