Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Dress is generally casual by day and casual to smart in the evenings, depending on the venue.
Shorts, t-shirts and sundresses are acceptable. Pack jerseys/pullovers for cooler evenings and coats for winter.
Visitors should take sports and swim wear and for walkers, a good pair of shoes is essential.
We visited during winter and wore summer clothes during the day and a cardigan in the evenings.Related to:
- Family Travel
Binoculars will come in very handy
Miscellaneous: While in Mlilwane wildlife reserve, we saw alot of incredible birds and were so glad we had our binoculars with us because otherwise we wouldn't have even seen them. We kept hearing them but then had to find them, and could only do so with the help of the binoculars. We're not avid birdwatchers, but some of the birds were incredible so am glad we didn't miss them. The bird in the photo didn't mid getting too close, as it was quite interested in the fresh fruit we had for breakfast.
Luggage and bags: Take a flashlight! We stayed in a tent in the middle of the jungle and it was a long and dar walk. It is better to see what you are coming up against rather than bumping into it.
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