All paperwork: Camp confirmations, flight information, passport and travel insurance.
Some local currency is a good idea but not essential. (Botswana Pula)
Toiletry bag including medication.
Camera and charger.
Adaptor. Kadizora Camp’s charging points in the tents are the South African type plug (Type M – three round pins). You will also come across the British-type plug in Botswana, Type G – three rectangular pins.
Day bag, for keeping things in on game drives.
Headlamp or torch.
Wet-wipes and dry shampoo maybe useful for early mornings when you don’t have time for a shower.
A couple of re-sealable plastic bags.
Formal clothes are not necessary.
A good water proof jacket in the rainy season (November to March). In the dry winter season a wind-proof jacket for early morning game drives and evenings will come in handy.
You will need short-sleeved T-shirts and a couple of long sleeved shirts (for sun protection as well as warmth).
Loose layers and accessories that protect you from the sun and biting insects.
Stick to bush or neutral colours rather than light/bright or white colours.
Zip off pants that turn into shorts are great as mornings start off cooler and then warm up.
A warm fleece, a scarf, gloves, and a beanie for early mornings and around the fire in the evenings in the winter months (May to August).
You only need bring two pairs of comfortable shoes. Flat shoes are more practical than heels when walking on wooden boardwalks and sandy paths. Flip-flops are fine for round the pool and boating trips. One pair of good walking shoes is recommended.