What to Bring & Cultural Sensitivity
If you're going on safari, pack comfortable walking shoes and khaki, brown or beige casual clothes. Long-sleeved shirts and trousers will help protect you against the sun and insect bites. Take a warm jacket for game drives; and, if you're going in summer, make sure it's water-proof.
Smart-casual clothes for eveningwear, although a few up-market destinations will expect something more formal - check with your travel agent if you're not sure.
Malaria tablets, insect repellent and (if necessary) a mosquito net (see Malaria above)
Over-the-counter anti-diarrhea medicine (just in case!) if you think you'll have trouble finding a pharmacy on your trip. Visa or MasterCard credit card and/or traveler’s cheques - Diners and American Express are not always accepted. Keep travel documents in a safe place - many airlines no longer resubmit lost tickets and require a police affidavit if you want to avoid paying the full fare for their replacement.
Be sensitive to the culture where you are doing a safari or visiting. Find out from your travel agent about the culture and what you should and should not do.
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