What to bring

Items Clothing
Passports / Visas
Airline Tickets
Money
Taxidermist’s Shipping Address & Info
Laminated Business Card for Shipping (optional)
CITIES Permits (if necessary)
Customs Form from SAP
Rifle & Ammunition
Scope & Scope Cap
Gun Case (hard & soft)
Gun Strap & Cartridge Holder
Bipod for Rifle
Ear Plugs
Range Finder
Camera, Camera Equipment & Film
Batteries (AA)
Adapters (converting from 110 to 220 volt)
Video Recorder, Tapes & Batteries
Binoculars
Sunglasses
Eye Glasses & an Extra Pair
Pen & Paper
Flashlight (optional)
Pocket Knife
Duck tape
Travel Clothes
Hat or Cap
Leather Gloves
Hunting Shoes (ankle boots)
Camp Shoes (running shoes)
Socks (6 pairs)
Underwear  (6 pairs)
Hunting Shirts & Pants (3 pairs)
Camp Clothes (sweats)
Heavy Warm Jacket
Windbreaker Bush Jacket
Down Vest
Sweater
Thermal Underwear
Belt
Slippers
Pyjamas
Grooming Kit Medical Kit
Toothbrush & Toothpaste
Shampoo
Shaving Kit
Deodorant & Cologne
Tweezers & Scissors
Hairbrush
Moisturizer
All Medical Prescriptions
Aspirin
Insect Repellent
Antiseptic Cream
Chapstick
Band Aid
Sunblock & Aftersun
Eye Drops
Neosporin
Anti-inflammatory

Before you go...

Prepare for your South African safari by bearing in mind the following:

Travel insurance

It is your responsibility to provide your own travel insurance, and it is vital to have purchased insurance prior to your arrival in South Africa.

Medication

Travelers carrying prescription medicine must carry a copy of their prescription at all times.

Clothing

Remember that the African sun is harsh at most times of the year. Comfortable cotton clothing is recommended for the hot summer months, and it’s advisable to dress in layers to allow for cooler night temperatures. Pack durable clothing, preferably in dull or neutral colours, or even camo. Sun lotion and a hat are crucial

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