What to bring on an African Safari
There’s no place quite like Africa, Shaka Africa Trophy Safaris offers hunts on various concessions within South Africa. We have a large selection of concessions because we believe certain species are simply more magnificent in their natural habitats. Instead of removing them from their homeland, we take you to them to ensure the quality of your trophy.
- Polarized, quality sunglasses. Tinted fashion glasses won't be good enought in the harsh African sunlight
- Sun hat and Sunscreen
- Shirts, T-shirts and long-sleeved cotton shirts
- Shorts / Long trousers / slacks
- Track suit
- Underwear and socks
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Warm jersey / jacket
- Parka, scarf and gloves for the winter months (May to September)
- Light rain gear for summer months (late November to April)
- If you wear contact lenses, we recommend that you also bring a pair of glasses in case your eyes get irritated from the dust
- Personal toiletries, Tissues and "Wet Wipes"
- Malaria tablets
- Insect repellent e.g. Tabard, Rid, Jungle Juice, etc
- Basic medical kit (aspirins, plasters, Imodium, antiseptic cream and Antihistamine cream etc)
- Visas, tickets, passports, money etc
- Binoculars are essential and a Southern African bird book if you are keen
- Camera equipment and spare of batteries / rechargable batteries
- Waterproof / dustproof bags / cover for your cameras.
Please note that bright colours and white are NOT advised whilst on safari. Khaki is best.
Please remember that there may be a restriction on luggage limits on your safari. Please contact us and ask ahead of time if you would like details on the feasibility and costs of taking excess luggage with you on any of the restricted luggage safaris.