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    I havent been to Sandibe camp, but I have been to other camps in the Okavango.

    Think layers and malaria proof! The wet season is still quite steamy, so layer your clothing for easy take-on and off. Also, if you can manage to get clothing with DEET in it (I cant remember what they're called, but should be available at good travel equipment shops) - highly recommend it.

    I wore a thick "hoodie" jacket at night time around the fire because the temps fell quickly.

    You might also like to consider thermals for sleeping in.

    Enjoy, the Okavango is such a beautiful place. I cant wait to return one day. about 6 years ago

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    PS - try not to buy Khaki coloured clothing.

    The "safari" set traveller was easily mocked by locals and seemed to attract a lot of unwanted attention.

    ;) about 6 years ago

    Answered by LisaF via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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