What to Pack
Clothing on safari should be comfortable and colours should blend in with nature as much as possible. Beige, greens, browns, tan and khaki coloured clothing is advisable. Evening dress is ‘smart casual’, no formal wear required.
- Layers – the best way to dress on safari, due to fluctuating temperatures. We recommend cotton. Long sleeves and trousers will protect from both sun and insects.
- Fleece/warm sweater or warm jacket for morning and evening game drives
- Hat – broad brimmed for protection against the sun.
- Sunglasses – dark ones to cut the glare.
- Light cotton shirts and T-shirts; Blouses or shirts
- Shorts, trousers and chinos
- Shoes – good, comfortable sturdy closed shoes/boots and socks for walking.
- Flip flops/thongs for use in outdoor showers.
- Sunblock, insect repellent and lip salve.
- Binoculars – each person should have their own so as not to miss out on any sightings.
- Camera with spare batteries, memory sticks, film, and the correct charging apparatus.
- A kikoi or light sarong has a multitude of uses.
- Light, compact jacket (windcheater) for the rainy season.
- It gets very cold in the evenings and early mornings, and quite hot during the day – so layers are essential.
- Warm leggings and thick socks – good to wear during cold weather.
- Hat – woollen beanie for warmth.
- Gloves & Scarf
Getting to Machaba Camp
Access to Machaba Camp is by land and Air. One can self-drive alternatively, you will need to fly to either Maun or Kasane.
- Machaba Camp is a 25 – 30 minute charter flight from Maun
- Machaba Camp is a 45 – 60 minute charter flight from Kasane
- There is a 30 Minute drive from the airstrip to camp
- We can also book inter-camp flight transfers
GPS Co-ordinates (All lead to Camp)
- S19.12430 E23.81315
- S19 07 27.5 E23 48 47.3
- S19 07.458 E23 48.789