Packing List for Mozambique
Mozambique is generally warm but you can expect rain throughout the year. Average temperatures range from 65f - 95f, with some days reaching well over 100f from October – January.
The following list is a general guideline of what to bring on safari. There is a daily laundry service except for the days of arrival/departure and days away at spike camp, very seldom more than 1-2 nights. Pack light ensuring you have the basic comfortable clothing/equipment and keep in mind you'll be traveling from Beira to camp in a charter plane with limited space.
- 2 Pairs of good walking boots or running shoes (walked/run in)
- 1 Pair of swamp boots for Mozambique Swamp Buffalo hunts only. We recommend All Star type sneakers
- 4 Pairs of good socks
- 3 Pairs of long hunting pants (Dark Khaki or Olive Green)
- 3 Pairs of short hunting pants
- 3 Pairs of hunting shirts (Dark Khaki or Olive Green)
- 1 Realtree coverall with zipper for Mozambique Swamp Buffalo hunts only
- 1 Hunting Jacket - Realtree type camo (Dark Khaki or Olive Green)
- 1 Warm sweater or jumper
- Light Weight rain gear for Mozambique
- Sun Screen
- Cap or Hat
- Casual wear for evenings, very relaxed
- USB flash drive or SD card for copying your PH’s pictures to take with you
- Camera/Binocular lens cleaning cloth
- Pocket knife
- Sunglasses & sun block SPF 30
- Small backpack for daily equipment while hunting (e.g. cameras, extra ammo)
- Rifle with Sufficient Ammunition
- Chap stick or lip balm
- International plug set - conversion to South Africa 220 V
- Insect repellant - Mosquito repellent preferably containing DEET
- Extra prescription glasses if required
- Spare batteries if required
- Rifle cleaning kit, regular wipe down set
- Prescription drugs if required
- Baby/Wet wipes for the ladies on safari
- Malaria prophylaxis
- First aid is on hand in camp and in all hunting vehicles, but it would be wise to bring your own requirements along
- Skin so Soft by Avon for Tsetse flies
- Rifle soft case - For all charter flights 1 soft case per gun as hard cases don't always fit into the small planes, we will arrange storage at point of departure if required
- Taxidermy tags if you have your own Taxidermist (shipping Instructions)
- Any CITES permits you may require
Military type camo is not permitted in most African countries, but Realtree types are normally accepted.
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"Thank you all for a fantastic first hunting safari. It was a magic week, I will be back!"~ Uno Kristiansson '13 from Sweden
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Thank you to Carl and the entire staff at John X Safaris. The accommodations and overall experience in the camps were exceptional. A special thanks to my friend and PH Rusty. The trophy quality and fun we had hunting together in the coastal areas and the Karoo was second to none.
Thanks for a truly unforgettable safari. See you in the future.
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