Welcome to Safari Guide.com

A safari guide or a field guide, is higly recommended for the first time traveller to Africa.

On safariguide.com you are in direct contact with the  ground operators, who produces and delivers the service directly to you and your close ones. All services produced by SafariLodges.com are for free, for visitors who have taken the time to register. It is one of the objectives for safariguide.com to support with information and advise in such a way that visitors feel well prepared for the  adventure. On this site you can make research, send enquiries, receive responses on your enquiries, and finally decide which offer gives you the best deal. Planning- and coordination of activities and time, which needs to be done when you are going for a few days or a couple of weeks, will be much easier, when it is done on this site. SafariLodge.com does not give preference to any specific service provider, your preferences has the ultimate priority to us at SafariLodge.com. Remember, all service produced by SafariLodges.com is for free for our travelers, who Register basic contact details and activates a personal account. And every time an offer arrives to your account, you will be alerted.

Safari guide

Max 15 kg
One of the tricky questions when you are packing your suit case, is what to bring ?
If you will fly in a small aircraft, you will not be allowed to carry more than 15 kg. And the recommendation is to carry your luggage in a soft bag, which is easy to stow in the aircraft.

Now what do you need to carry with you ?
Bring comfortable, casual wash-and-wear ( cotton which can be ironed ) clothes, and rough shoes for walking in the terrain. The colour of your dressing needs to blend in with the bush ( khaki, green, beige and neutral colours ) when on a game viewing. Do not bring any military outfits or similare, as it may be an offence in some countries. Game drives are conducted in the early morning, late afternoon and the evening, and it can be cold, windy and chilly.

- Shirts with long sleeves ( for protection against mosquitoes and the sun ).
- Jeans or outdoor trousers for evenings and cooler days.
- Shorts or a light skirt, swim and beachwear.
- A jacket and sweater are recommended for early morning and evening game drives.
- Lightweight water-proof jacket.
- Comfortable and rough walking booths or shoes.
- Sun protection cream, sunglasses, hat, insect repellent, moisturizer and lip-salve.
- Camera , extra batteries, memory sticks, discs or tapes.
- Recharger of batteries, for camera, torch and mobile phone.
- Binoculars ( ask your host, about borrowing a binocular )
- Torch pocket-model.
- Pocket money in smaller denominations, as you will not get any change back.
- Airport taxes are usually paid in cash and USD.
- Contact details for blocking lost credit cards.
- Insurance policies ( Copy should do )
- Entry – Visa ( some countries can grant a Visa permit at the entry port )
- Passport with an expiry date beyond 6 month and empty pages for stamps.

We recommend you to start your planning in good time, and make sure that you always work with plan A and plan B.  By sending several enquiries at the same time, you have covered up for any single enquiry which responds negatively. We therefore recommend you to "
Register " your contact details with SafariLodges.com. All offers that you get in a response to your enquiries, will land in your account, " My Safari ".

Welcome to SafariGuide.com and SafariLodges.com.
Tommy Hemmingsson


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