When on a safari, the temperature might change from morning to evening time. Remember to bring a light jacket with you. When cold you can wear it and when hot, just tie it on your waist.
Both men and women can look stylish on a safari, and yet stay comfortable. The main recommendation I have on what to wear for safari is to pick clothes that are breathable, neutral and that can adapt to the changing temperatures throughout the day.
One thing to remember when picking what to wear on safari is that driving around the bush all day in an open car, one is bound to get covered in dust. T-shirts, pants and whatever else one may be wearing are bound to get dirty.
Image of Beauty traveler Stephanie Flor of @ATWbeauty in Ngorongoro National Park, Tanzania
Think Style & Neural Colors
Safari clothes are a serious affair in Africa. Yes, it is a bit “old-fashioned,” but fashions like the proper safari outfit never die. Picking what to wear on safari doesn’t mean being a fashion victim. Enjoy getting ready for your trip, go shopping for your picture perfect safari gear or mix and match what you already have. The key thing is to think ahead and get your daily outfits ready to go. Recommend 1 -2 outfits/day.
Remember to bring at least two outfits for dinners or outings as you never know when you will be a guest at someone's house or event. You want to be ready for it all. Surprise invitations do happen especially when you travel with Curious on Tanzania.
Image by Farrin of @BeHUEmane during their Selous Game Reserve Trip.
What to Pack:
- 2 x Compression socks
- Plenty of undergarments
- 2 x Short sleeve shirts
- 4 x Quick-dry shirts (Colors - Neutral colors. No black or blues)
- 1 x Pairs of pants
- 1 x Rain jacket
- 2 x Shorts
- 1 x sunglasses
- 1 x Head wrap
- 1 x Sun hat
- 1 x Bathing suit
- 1 x Safari Boots
- 1 x Safari Hat
- 1-2 outing outfits
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