- Small backpack for the day that can hold a jacket, lunch pack and water bottle
- Water bottle
- Sleeping bag
- Swim Suite
- Headlamp and or torch with spare batteries
- Binoculars – please do not go and buy if you don’t have one
- Passport or ID – for identification purposes (certified copies are accepted)
- Copy of passport and travel documents
- Medical aid card or Insurance papers copy
- Camera & Battery charger
- Memory card
- Spare batteries for camera
- IPod or MP3 player
- Electrical adapter – which includes adapters for two prong appliances. Our wall sockets are round, 3 prong, 15 amp units (not square as in the USA). Your plug set should contain a converter so that any equipment you bring along which usually runs on 110volts for example, can be converted to 220 – 240 Volts.
- Cell phone and charger
- Comfortable clothes – it is recommended that your shoulders are not exposed to the sun and not to wear brightly coloured clothes when we are in wildlife areas. (Green, Grey, Khaki colours are the best).
- Clothes that can get wet when we go river rafting
- Underwear and socks
- Comfortable shoes – it is recommended to wear closed shoes – also shoes that can get wet when we go river rafting – not flipflops
- Warm jacket
- Rain jacket
- Warm clothes – even though it is not as cold as Europe and other parts in the world it can still become quite chilly in the evenings.
- Toiletry bag
- Swim suite
- Personal medication which includes: malaria prophylactics, headache tablets, pain killers, diarrhoea tables and nausea tablets.
- Mosquito and insect repellent
- Cap or hat
- Sun glasses
- Spending money
- Sleeping bag and pillow
- Note book and pen