What to Pack for Adventure

To make your experience more enjoyable, we have put together a small packing list that might help you plan your visit!

For your safari packing it is advised that you stick to a tonal, neutral color palette (khaki, beige, light brown) and avoid dark colors as they absorb heat and bright colors as they can attract bugs and other wild animals.

The early mornings and evenings can be cold during the winter (November-February) so we recommend packing accordingly:

  • A pair of long trousers, khakis, for safari
  • A long sleeve cotton shirt, cotton t-shirts or vests
  • Comfortable trousers for around camp
  • Comfortable walking shoes/track shoes/hiking boots for walks
  • Flat, closed toe shoes for around camp
  • Wide-Brimmed Hat/ Panama, Safari Hat
  • Swimming costume/ bathing suit
  • Windbreaker/light jacket
  • Lightweight shorts and t-shirts for the daytime
  • Safari dresses, shorts for the ladies for around the camp if preferred (depending on the weather)
  • A light fleece or long sleeve shirt
  • Sunglasses, lip balm, mosquito repellent
  • Camera, memory cards, chargers
  • We do provide our guests with binoculars, but you are more than welcome to bring your own

Please note that the legs, shoulders and upper arms need to be covered at all times when visiting places of worship and our local communities.


What Photographic Equipment Do I pack?

We suggest bringing your own camera and lens if you are a keen photographer. We do have some standard Nikon digital cameras to borrow at camp should you need. If you would like to hire a professional camera or lens for your safari, please let us know in advance by contacting our reservations team and we would be happy to try and arrange this for you.

If you are bringing any electronic equipment or camera gear, don’t forget batteries and a battery charger. The use of drones is strictly prohibited at our properties.

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