What to bring with you.

Safari essentials

A zippered rucksack (backpack).
A warm pullover or lightweight fleece.
A windproof/waterproof jacket.
Walking boots or shoes.
Long-sleeved shirt and long trousers.
Sunglasses and sun hat.
Sunscreen, lip balm, insect repellent.
Swiss army knife.
Camera and binoculars.
Film for your camera.
Flashlight and compass.
Guide books and travel literature.
Light reading.
Mobile phone charger.
Your own snorkelling mask.
Luggage full of smiles and expectations...

The Safari Medical Kit

Anti-malarial prophylactics.
Aspirin or Paracetamol for pain or fever.
Anti-histamine for allergies, insect bites or stings, and to prevent motion sickness.
Cold or flu tablets and throat lozenges.
Diarrhea blockers (note these should not be used for children and only under desperate circumstances for adults).
Oral re-hydration solution for diarrhea and sunstroke.
Insect repellent, sunscreen lip balm and eye drops.
Calamine lotion, sting relief spray or Aloe Vera to ease sunburn, insect bites or stings. Antiseptic, for cuts and grazes.
Alcohol swabs to clean minor wounds, bandages and sticking plasters.
Water purification tablets.
Scissors and tweezers, kit containing syringes and needles.