Traveling Solo in Africa.
The most important principle for long-term travel packing is to pack light. Leave your luxury/ valuable stuff at home:) pack selectively from your toiletries to equipment- travel in comfort. You can always get anything forgotten(substitute) from your travel destination, we live in a global world after all. Your safari expert will cover most of the important travel and health logistics needed within the briefing notes sent prior to your arrival. We do recommend you get an update on your health shots, pack neutral light cloth colors if possible, good safari boots, and a fleece or jacket!
This is one of the greatest concerns when traveling on your own. Most destination countries have taken steps to ensure and re-enforce measures so that tourism runs as smoothly as possible within the tourist sites. You are required to fill in a manifest/reservation form for your personal details as well. Don’t forget to leave a copy of your travel voucher with your family, valuables out of sight or left at home, and keep your money, bank cards, and passport on you or in the safe boxes, if they are provided at your lodging.
Don’t take unnecessary risks, follow advice, recommendations, and briefings by guides, and follow the rules and regulations within your travel destinations. And remember to travel in a spirit of humility and with a genuine desire to learn more about the people of the host country.
To have a good safari, it all starts with good communication. Let your safari expert know every little detail and concern while working out your tour package and costing your journey.
As always, Travelers Link Africa looks forward to fulfilling your Ultimate African Safari Dream within East Africa. We value our customer’s satisfaction, tell us what you want and your budget, and we listen and carefully design a trip to match with an absolute commitment to quality.
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