Tips For African Safari Tours – Below are some valuable tips to properly prepare yourself for your departure. For further information, don’t hesitate to contact us!

 

  • IN SUITCASE
    anemptytextlline
    Comfortable clothing depending on the season. For hiking, comfortable and sporting shoes and ankle high for climbing up the sand dunes. Long pants for those itineraries that foresee walks in the bush (for protection against thorny bushes). A bathing...
    Learn More
  • THE ESSENTIAL
    anemptytextlline
    A must for your suitcase: a flashlight, a camera with a good lense if you intend to do any kind of game drive, a hat with a visor, sunglasses, a sunscreen, an insect repellent, a waterproof jacket for sudden...
    Learn More
  • For Safari
    anemptytextlline
    A safari is undoubtedly one of the most unforgettable experiences that you can have in a lifetime. It is important, however, to be properly equipped. For a safari, the preferred clothing should be in colours that blend in with...
    Learn More
  • In Lodge
    anemptytextlline
    Many lodges have their own pool: this is why we suggest you bring a bathing suit. Even in the most luxurious lodges, formal dress is not required. There is also no need to carry heavy luggage or foresee a...
    Learn More
  • Photo Equipment
    anemptytextlline
    Bring your best camera with lenses that are able to capture the fauna and flora or a camera with an adequate zoom. In the main tourist areas you will find all necessary photographic material (batteries / memory cards /...
    Learn More
  • Payments
    anemptytextlline
    Payments are accepted mainly by VISA, Master Card, or debit cards Maestro, while few places accept American Express. For local markets, it is always better to pay in cash in order to negotiate the price. Cash is also useful...
    Learn More
  • Visas
    anemptytextlline
    We recommend you get information well in advance from the Embassies of your countries for entry visas for the countries you want to visit. We remind you that in order to enter in Namibia, South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe and...
    Learn More
  • Airlines
    anemptytextlline
    For flight information related to the official websites of the major airlines
    Learn More
  • Crime
    anemptytextlline
    The local people are friendly towards the tourist who shows respect for the traditions and customs of the country they visit. Namibia, Botswana and Zambia are countries with very little problems of crime and this means that travelling alone...
    Learn More
  • Malaria
    anemptytextlline
    Botswana, Namibia and South Africa are largely Malaria Free territories, although in some areas (Caprivi, the Kruger Park, Okavango Delta) malaria prophylaxis is still recommended, while Zambia and Mozambique are malarial areas and the risk is highest during the...
    Learn More
  • Ebola
    anemptytextlline
    About Ebola – World Health Organization (WHO) : LINK
    Learn More