What to Pack for a African Safari
If you have never travelled to Africa before or been on safari, packing can be a daunting task! Having been on countless trips ourselves, both as clients, for research and as guides, our packing list is down to a fine art. Often clients bring more than they need, from water purification to food and bed linen. Unless you are camping or climbing Mt Kilimanjaro (in which case we will advise you on your packing list), then the packing list is quite simple:
Items that are best left at home:
Always ask your tour company for a suggested packing list if you are unsure!
Posted 10th January 2021
Our top 10 reasons for going on an African Safari include the wildlife, the accommodation, the people, the sunsets and sunrises and a few surprises...
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Ngorongoro Crater, is one of Africa's safari highlights. The name Ngorongoro is from a Maasai word meaning 'Gift of LIfe.'
After a long flight, or to unwind at the end of a safari, arriving to this seemingly secret spot is a delight for all your senses. As you drive into the entrance you are warmly welcomed by Maasai singing, wide smiles and a refreshing hibiscus flower juice.