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Top Ten "Must Have" items to take on safari

Tour Operators' Code of Ethics

RESPECT THE WILD: A Code of Conduct for visitors in wild areas

4 x4 Code of Conduct

Your Safari Guide into the Wild

Top Ten "Must Have" items to take on safari
by WildZambezi.com

  • Common sense
  • Binoculars
  • A wide-brimmed hat
  • Sunscreen and lip-salve (total block or high protection)
  • Sunglasses
  • Mozzie ammunition(repellant spray/cream, anti-malarial pills)
  • Sensible clothing - lightweight, cotton tops/shorts in neutral colours; long-sleeved tops/trousers/long skirts for evenings (keeps mozzies out); a tracksuit; a cotton wrap; comfortable, light walking boots or shoes.
  • Basic personal first-aid kit including: aspirin/pain killers, re-hydration (salt) tablets; plasters, scissors, tweezers, a bandage, safety pins, antiseptic cream, eyedrops, antihistamine cream/pills and a broad-spectrum antibiotic (optional).
  • A money-belt or waist pouch (in preference to a shoulder bag)
  • Patience and a sense of humour!

Next Five "Essentials"

  • Drinking water/Beer/Wine
  • Ice
  • Matches
  • Loo Paper
  • A guide (professional or paperback)

 

Other Safari Travel Advice

4 x4 Code of Conduct
Zim4x4

 

Tour Operators' Code of Ethics
by Tour Operators Association for Mana Pools

 

Access, Visas, Borders & Getting Around
by WildZambezi.com

 

Safety and Health
by WildZambezi.com

 

Money, Shopping, and Eating Out
by WildZambezi.com

 


 
 

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