Things to carry on a Jungle Safari in India

Things to carry on an Indian safari

What are the essential things to be carried on a jungle safari in India?

Things to carry on a Jungle Safari in India

Top Four Categories of Things to Carry for jungle safari

Game drives or Jungle Safaris are fun and adventurous. The right mix or equipment that should be carried on a wildlife tour is the core survival technique and useful for good sightings. Equipment along with a good naturalist or guide is essential to view the big cats and other Indian wilderness.

Here we bring a checklist of things to carry on a safari in India:

  • Safari Gear,
  • Safari Supplies,
  • Type of Safari Luggage, &
  • Safari Equipment.

Safari Gear – to be carried

Laundry service is provided at most of the Indian safari accommodations – hotels, resorts and wildlife lodges.

  • Safari Hats
  • Clothing: Neutral colours – khaki, light brown/green, tan
  • Safari jacket
  • Comfortable non-synthetic short- and long-sleeved safari shirts
  • Comfortable non-synthetic shorts and long trousers
  • Pyjamas
  • Swimming costume
  • Flip-flops or sport sandals
  • Comfortable safari hiking/walking shoes (not white). These are very important on a walking safari
  • Pairs of socks
  • Extra shoelace
Jungle Safari Things to Carry | Safari Gear | Safari Hat
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Safari Supplies

  • Insect / Mosquito repellent
  • Sunblock and after-sun lotion
  • Skin cream
  • Sunglasses – make sure they have polarised lenses
  • Wet wipes/hand sanitizer or no-water/antibacterial soap

Safari Equipment

  • Safari Binoculars
  • Flashlight
  • Travel pillow
  • Small calculator (or if you’re taking your mobile phone) for currency calculations
  • Money belt
  • Plug adaptors
  • Travel alarm clock

Safari Luggage

The thing to remember when choosing safari luggage: Mobility.

Travel Tips:

Travel Tip 1: Avoid Bright Colours & White For Improved Game Viewing.
Travel Tip 2: A daypack is handy to transport the items you need while driving around in the safari vehicle or walking through the bush.

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