Pre-Departure Checklist

Please review this pre-departure checklist before you board your flight

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  1. Travel Documents: Verify that you have your passport, visa (if required), tickets, and any necessary travel permits. Ensure they are up-to-date and will remain valid throughout your trip.
  2. Health and Medications: Pack any prescribed medications, a basic first-aid kit, and necessary health documents (e.g., vaccination certificates). Consider travel insurance that covers medical emergencies.
  3. Money and Banking: Notify your bank of your travel plans to avoid issues with your debit or credit cards. Carry local currency for emergencies and small expenses.
  4. Electronics and Adapters: Charge your devices and pack chargers, power banks, and any necessary voltage adapters for the destinations you’ll be visiting.
  5. Travel Essentials: Don’t forget essentials like toiletries, comfortable clothing, travel-sized toiletries, and a universal travel adapter.
  6. Safety and Security: Make copies of important documents (passport, driver’s license, travel insurance) and store them separately. Consider a money belt or hidden pouch for valuables.
  7. Packing: Pack wisely, considering the climate and activities on safari
  8. Special Requirements: If you have special dietary needs or require specific accommodations (e.g., for medical reasons), inform us if you haven’t done so already
  9. Travel Comfort: Bring items to enhance your travel comfort, such as a neck pillow, earplugs, eye mask, and entertainment (books, magazines, music, etc.)
  10. Quintessential Safari Clothing: Avoid bright colors and camouflage clothing. Focus of classic greens and khaki. Layering is always recommended

Beyond a pre-departure checklist, for a more comprehensive look, check out our Travel Essentials page

Got questions about our tours?


How long have you been in business for?

With over three decades of expertise in the safari and photography industry, we are uniquely positioned to offer you an unparalleled safari experience, ensuring the finest photography opportunities available.

Do I have to be a professional photographer?

Our tours are open to everyone. Irrespective of your interest level or camera gear we guarantee you will improve your skills and have fun.

How often are your tours available?

Due to the rainy season and wildlife proximity, our group tours are scheduled Sept-March, June-August. Outside of these times, we create custom tours to meet individual needs.

Can I bring my non-photographer family and friends?

Our tours are designed for everyone to enjoy the safari experience. If traveling with someone you will not only save on your combined tickets but if there are three or more of you in your group you also have a dedicated vehicle and driver all to yourself.

Is it safe on safari?

The safari business has had over 100 years to perfect rules and regulations.  Drivers and companies are insured and receive formal training covering topics like how close they can get to animals, driving off-road, etc. For guests, there are restrictions concerning venturing out of vehicles and camps. Mostly it’s just common sense.

I am traveling alone on my first safari, what tour do you recommend?

We have many single guests coming on our small group tour. It will allow you space to enjoy your trip but also the opportunity to meet like-minded travelers and experience a safe, amazing adventure.

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