Suggested packing list
You must bring
Valid passport (International arrival)
Valid visa - if required
One other picture ID (e.g. driver's licence)
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Photocopy of passport page to carry in wallet
Air tickets
Expense money
Recommended inoculations (We are in a Malaria free area)
Travel insurance
Import paperwork supplied by us (once you book) for your Rifle and ammo.
Firearm Licenses
Please travel light. You should also bring a day pack to carry any essentials you might need whilst on safari
Dressing for Safaris:
On safari most people wear shorts and a T-shirt during the day and put on long sleeved shirts and long pants in the evening for warmth as well as protection from mosquitoes. Should you be particularly sensitive to the sun a loose cotton shirt is essential during the day. Khaki, brown, olive and beige colors are best for hunting safaris and game walks. White is not a suitable color for these activities. Firstly it increases your visibility quotient to the animals you want to get a closer look at, and secondly, it will get dirty very quickly. Fleece or sweater and a windbreaker for game drives, because it is highly possible that you may go out on a hot day, but be faced with a chill evening on your return. Remember that layering your clothing will keep you warmer than relying on one thick item.
Clothing to Pack:
2 pairs khaki cotton pants (jeans are rather hot) ( camo's is good)

2 pairs sturdy shorts
2 long sleeved shirts (for sun protection as well as warmth).
1 Heavy Hunting Jacket
Lightweight raincoat. We know it seldom rains during May through August, but on the off chance it does it is always a good reason to be prepared.
Well-worn and comfortable walking boots or running shoes and 1 pair sandals
3-5 short-sleeved shirts or T-shirts
5 changes underwear and socks
1 hat with a brim (baseball caps might cover your nose but not your ears and neck).
Spare belt
Additional clothes are optional and can be brought along at your own discretion
The African sun can be very harsh. Sunburn on safari, in the heat, is not fun.
Essentials:
Personal first aid kit / Personal medical kit , bring along prescriptions for renewals and customs
Toilet kit including shampoo and soap
Insect repellent and sunscreen factor 30 +
Equipment Requirements:
Good quality sunglasses plus protective case
Good pair of binoculars
Range finder (optional)
Camera and film or memory card. And batteries.
Premium grade ammunition (40 rounds per calibre are suggested)
Rifle and cleaning equipment (no semi-automatic rifles are allowed into the country)
Soft case for when travelling between hunting properties
Malaria risks: Depending on the area where you will hunt, obtain a prescription from your physician for Malaria prevention treatment prior to the start of your safari. Please note that only some areas are Malaria risk zones. Most animals ( Grey Reebuck, Waterbuck, Sable, Roan, Tsessebe, Oribi, Gemsbok, Giraffe, Black wildebeest, Springbok, Blesbuck, Red Hartebeest, Zebra, Steenbuck, Duiker, Blue Wildebeest, Eland, Kudu, Impala, Mountain Reedbuck, Common Reedbuck, Bushbuck, Warthog, etc.) are hunted in Malaria free areas and therefore no special precautions are needed.