Walking Safari Gear:


FOR THE HEAD AND FACE:

SHADE HAT: Visor hat with good brims. Essential for protection from equatorial sun.

SUNGLASSES: Essential for eye protection in the tropics.

SUNSCREEN: Plenty of complete sun block with a protection factor of 15 or more.

LIP BALM: With SPF rating of 15 or more

BANDANAS: Tied around the neck they give good sun protection. Can be used to clean glasses etc.


FOR THE UPPER BODY:

T-SHIRTS: 3. Maximum

UPPER BODY LAYERS:

1. Pile Jacket or sweater.

2. Wind shirt or Gore-Tex shell.

3. Rain coat or Gore-Tex shell.


FOR THE LEGS:

LONG HIKING PANTS: Or tights no more that 2 pair total.

RAIN PANTS: Light weight is best.

WIND PANTS: (Optional).

HIKING SHORTS: No more than 2 pair.


FOR THE FEET:

THIN SOCKS: Two pairs of synthetic socks to wear under heavy wool socks. This helps to

prevent blisters and keep feet dry.

THICK SOCKS: Two or three pairs.

HIKING BOOTS: One pair medium weight. Should be large enough to be comfortable to hike in.

GAITERS: One pair of gaiters to keep dirt from getting into hiking boots. Low ones are best

(Optional)

TENNIS SHOES: One pair enough this to wear in camp after the hiking.

SLEEPING BAGS: Comfortable for 50 degree Fahrenheit temperature.

SLEEPING PADS: Comfortable a closed cell foam camping mattress is ok.


FOR DRINKING:

WATER BOTTLE: Two - one quart wide - mouthed plastic bottle.

WATER TREATMENT: This is very important, the water in East Africa is not unhealthy, although its f

flora contents is different from what you are used to. To keep your system

running normally we recommend you to bring "Portable Aqua" or "polar Pure"

crystal Iodine in a bottle to treat drinking H20.

FILTRATION PUMP: Is also effective.

H20 FLAVORING: Gatorade aid etc. these makes treated H20 taste much better.


FOR CARRYING YOUR GEAR:

DAY PACK: Small day pack for personal gear for the day only.


FOR PERSONAL HEALTH & COMFORT:

PERSONAL: First Aid kit, Drug kit and Pocket Knife.

TOWELS

WASH & DRIES: (Optional)

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