For your safari Travel equipment go through the list below.
Passport, plus a copy, Yellow fever certificate, Things for Long Plane trip–Earplugs or headphones, Books, etc., Sleep mask, Travel Pillow, tylenol pm 2-3 short-sleeved shirts,2-3 long sleeved shirts, including 1 with UV protection if you have one2 pairs long or convertible pants, 1-2 pairs Capri’s or shorts, 4 pairs of socks (2 light, 2 heavy), Underwear (laundry will not do this, but we can hand wash, or you can bring enough for trip), Shorts bra (some roads are bumpy), Buff, scarf, bandana Money belt or fanny pack, Light jacket, fleece or hoodie. Layers will be needed as it will be cool in the mornings and evenings but warm during the day.Comfortable shoes such as tennis shoes, keens or tevas. Flip flops or sandals for around the lodges or pool
Scarves for dinner (optional) Swimsuit. Lodges have pools and there may be time for a cool dipWarm sleeping clothes, Hat with brim, Insect repellant and sunscreen, Lip balm, Malaria med and any medications or medical supplies you may need hand sanitizer, Small flashlight Camera, battery and extra battery, charger, many memory cards,Glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses, contact fluid
Binoculars, Electrical adapters, Extension cord, Journal and pen, Toiletries, deodorant, toothbrush, tooth paste, comb, brush, conditioner,
Washcloth, First aid meds–band aids, antibiotic ointment, pain reliever, Imodium, copra from doctor, etc.
Granola bars, nuts, snacks
Pens, pencils, stickers, balls, uninflected soccer balls and pump to give away and leave at a school we visited
Cash for visas, tips, including driver and guide, lodges that do not take credit cards, some shopping, new bills
Credit cards (call ahead)
Cell phone and charger (Our I-phones worked most of the time)
Itinerary notebook with tickets, itinerary, confirmation numbers, emergency phone numbers, copy of passports, etc. (Mom only, plus one copy to leave at home)