Mozambique What to Pack

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Mozambique What to Pack

  • A first aid kit is essential!

    If you are planning on using the chapas or buses to move around from place to place, make sure that your luggage is sturdy or better still use a rucksack. For the evenings, make sure that you have long sleeved tops and trousers to give yourself a little extra protection from mosquito bites. It is also a good idea to have a sweater as sometimes...

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  • Lancets

    If you are so unlucky and catch malaria. Bring your own needles/lancets and wiping cloth for bloodsampling. You cannot expect the hospital/clinic to have the same procedures as you might expect from home. A personal experienced example is the multiple use of a bloody cloth to wipe your wound...

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  • COPY OF YOUR PASSPORT

    Always a good idea when travelling anywhere is to have a couple of copies of your Passport. In Mozambique this will be extra important. Other than at the border, never show or handover your passport. Always have a copy on you 24hrs a day. The Police like to 'fine' people who do not have ID. They also like to seize Passports until 'fines' are...

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  • Inhaca Island

    only a small case, its a small plane Long sleeve and a warm thing for nights. This is Mosquito area, cover up at night Take malaria pills, and mosquito repellent Take camera, Swimming shoes, snorkel..., walking shoes..... Maybe a litre of water till you can get to shop, drinks expensive at hotel

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  • Lots of sunscreen

    Very light , cool clothes for summer. It gets very hot. Always take something warmer as well. The weather can change quickly and when it becomes rainy and windy it can be colder. Enough mosquito repellant as this is a malaria area. Lots of sunscreen. If you in and out of the water the whole time or on a boat you don't feel how bad the sun is,...

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  • Packing List

    Tropical / subtropical country Hat and UV screen +30 Malaria tablets, Film and batteries expensive in Mocambique. Walking the Mudflats to see the best Marine life, an old pair of thick soled Sneakers - Takkies.===Scuba / snorkels

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  • Packing List

    Take your guard dog, electical fencing and gun. Apparently crime is rife. I only heard of one or two people getting mugged and beaten up, but a few had their car broken into or something stolen. Just lok at what the locals do- they have signs upin front of their homes just like in South Africa. See sign- RAPID ARMED RESPONSE. Hiking

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    Any as you would be travelling in a car Prepare for sun Take travel emergency medical kit Don't expect to be able to buy any equipment or films or batteries there Take shade and anti-misquito equipment Them mozzies get exciting sometimes

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