Packing Guideline

In most instances guests bring too much luggage. We have access to laundry, so dont’ over pack.
Camouflage is permitted and is good for hunting. Darker shades of Green, Brown and Black work well. Digital camouflage in the ‘Sitka’ Range is also very effective and a personal favorite.

Temperatures may drop to freezing at night and rise up to 70/80°F during the day depending on the time of year. Layered clothing that can be removed as it warms up works best. Do not underestimate how cold it can get, Africa is not always as warm as you think!


  • Comfortable hunting boots
  • Tennis shoes
  • Flip flops/sandals for around camp
  • Ankle gators to prevent grass, seeds and thorns going down the edge of your boots
  • 3 hunting shirts – long sleeve
  • 3 hunting shirts – short sleeve
  • 3 hunting long pants
  • 2 short pants
  • 4 pairs of socks
  • 4 underpants
  • 1 set long sleeve and long legged thermal underwear – very important if you plan to hunt Bush pig or Leopard at night. Can also add 1 pair of thick woolen socks. If you are hunting night species make sure your outer garments are noiseless, such as fleece type materials.
  • 1 warm sweater
  • 1 warm coat
  • Hunting Cap
  • Woolen Beanie
  • Gloves


  • Rifle and solid gun box
  • Ammo in a separate locked ammo box
  • Soft rifle bag
  • Bring the correct “Alan keys”/Tools to tighten scope screws and mounts should they come loose
  • Binoculars
  • Camera. Small camera with a wide angle lens that can be in your pocket at all times works best
  • Adapter plugs. Our voltage is 220 and we use a 3- prong plug.
  • Small flashlight and spare batteries
  • LED headlamp
  • Spare ammunition holder to go on your belt
  • Basic medication: head ache, gastro and other common travel problems. ‘Chap stick’ is always needed.
  • You will be advised if we are going to be in any Malaria areas where you need to take anti malaria precautions. Don’t take the pills if you don’t need to