TOILETRIES AND THE MEDICAL KIT
In your Tanzania Safari Packing List firstly carry a bag for your toiletries along with a basic medical kit required for your trek. Your toiletries include a toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant- roll-on, a mountain shower, cream or moisturiser, toilet paper, etc.
In your medical kit you can include medications that have been personally recommended to you by your physician.
Antihistamine and other pain relieving medicines like Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Panadol or Tylenol can also be packed in the medical kit. Women can take their necessary hygiene products like tampons, pads, panty liners. Other medications include - antiseptic gel, anti-diarrhoea medication, antacid tablets for indigestion, band-aids with antiseptic cream and prescription medications.
If you are ponderingWhat To Take OnTanzania Safari for your camping trek, you are at the right place! For a camping safari in Tanzanian national parks or even for your Kilimanjaro trek you will need camping gears. You need a sleeping bag as the temperatures on the mountain are minus 10- 15 degree Celsius.
You can add liners to add to the warmth in case you are renting a sleeping bag.
Other gears that you will need are microfiber towels (when you wash your face or hands in warm water on the trek), wet wipes, hand sanitizers. You will be relieved on the camping site if you take your camping shoes for the trek. Headlamps are also important (take extra batteries for these).
In your Tanzania Safari Packing List gears are important. This gadget list includes your Smartphone, solar battery pack, charging cables, noise cancelling ear phones, hand warmers (you can also use these to keep your batteries warm as they readily lose charge in cold temperatures), power adopters to charge these batteries and a smart watch to keep a tab of the temperature, altitude, etc.
We know you must be wondering - What To Pack For Safari In Tanzania? The following list will solve your problems:
- Electronics: Camera with extra batteries and zoom lens for that perfect safari shot. Smartphone with a portable charger for taking notes when not taking photographs. Adaptor/ converter, binoculars for game viewing at a distance and headlamp with extra batteries for navigating in the dark
- Basic first aid kit and prescription medicines
- Anti-malarial medication;
- Antihistamines for allergies and insect bites;
- Cold and flu medication;
- Anti-Diarrhoea medication;
- A valid passport and visa and travel and health insurance are a must. And if you want to go places in Tanzania, pack in a few Swahili phrases. “Jambo-Hello and Habari-Good morning and Asante-Thank you” should be a good place, to begin with.