Safari packing Checklist
- Valid travel documents like passports, air ticket, credit cards, travel insurance, passport photos, visas or money for visas.
- Buy your travel insurance from your country.
- Before traveling take a Yellow fever, typhoid and hepatitis A and B vaccination.
- Toothbrush and toothpaste
- Soap (bar or gel soap), conditioner and shampoo with less fragrance
- Body Lotion
- Facial tissue
- Comb and a small mirror
- Toilet Papers
- Ant – bacteria gel, hand- wipes, and Kleenex
- Small towel
First Aid Kit
- Antiseptic hand washes.
- Pack your medical kit including pain reliefs, (e.g. aspirin or panadol-prescribed by your physician) antihistamine for allergy relief, antiseptic, lip balm and sanitary items.
- High SPF sunscreen (Uganda is on the equator!).
- Insect repellent and misquote repellents.
- Crème for itches and rashes (i.e. Benadryl itch relief stick)
- Bandage, gauze, and tapes
- Malaria pills, Stomachache medicines, diarrhea and medicine
- Spare or rechargeable batteries (these are difficult to find once you are in the Parks).
- Waterproof bags to protect your equipment’s like Cameras and Camcorders.
- Electric plug adapters for 240 volts AC 50 Hz. UK-style square-pin plugs.
- Camera, extra batteries and charger, memory cards, mini-tripod
- Flashlight and headlight
- Personal music device
- Maps, guidebooks
- contact lenses, Sunglasses,
- Candies, and snacks
- Playing cards, games and reading material
- Travel pillow
- An International Driving License if you may probably be thinking of hiring a vehicle
- Sweater for the evening and early morning, for mountainous regions, including thermal layers and a fleece.
- Uganda is a conservative country. Therefore we urge visitors to dress respectfully. Avoid short skirts and short shorts.
- Waterproof jacket or rain poncho.
- Night pajamas
- Sun hat and scarf for the dust.
- An updated trip itinerary and contact information of the tour operator.
- Pack waterproof comfortable safari shoes, socks, and sandals for wearing in the evenings.
- Loose fitting short/long sleeved shirts that are dull colored. Bright colored clothes could easily catch dust, especially in the dry season.