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Packing for a safari is not like preparing for an archetypal two week holiday in the sun. It is hoped that this section of the website will educate and give travellers plenty of ideas as to the types of items needed on safari.
Topics covered include baggage, clothing, toiletries, medical items and camera equipment.
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Booking any holiday on-line can be a complicated procedure. We have tried to simply this for you by collecting together all the information that you need in one place.
Included are our Booking Terms and Conditions, Payment Policy and Procedures and Cancellation Procedures.
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A list of frequently asked questions about planning and taking a safari in Zambia and our responses.
These include health considerations, ideal group sizes, cost factors, passport and visa requirements, food and communication issues.
If you cannot find the answer to a question you are looking for please feel free to contact us.
Although every day is different - which is one of the main attractions of taking an African safari - we thought that it might be useful to try to summarise what might typically be expected. Click here to read more.
However if you do want to read about the varied experiences that we have ourselves experienced then you cannot do better than to visit our iconic www.SafariDiary.com website.
Whether you are a 'first-timer' on safari, or an 'old Africa hand', some guidance as to where and when to go may be useful to you.
This section contains information on the different types of accommodation available, the various types of activity that you can choose to experience, and of course the important element of cost factor.
In practice, though, you might be better off being directed to our freely downloadable 'How NOT To Choose An African Safari' PDF.
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When to go on safari is almost as important as where to go - and it is of course the weather that is the determining factor here.
The whole spectrum of African weather conditions is covered here, with special emphasis on the balance between the rainy and dry seasons which is of so much importance in planning your trip, and which varies markedly from country to country.
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