South Africa Style

Winter in South Africa can be chilly especially on the bays of Cape Town and on early morning game drives. You’ll want to layer and bring a comfortable dust resistant pair of shoes for your journey. A safari hat also makes a stylish and practical piece to pack for the sun!

Build Your Adventure Style

Woman's Safari Hat

A stylish safari hat protects you from the strong sun during the day and improves your game drive photos!

Indyeva Vest

I love the Indyeva line of products which fit an athletic build, compress well for packing and have a great range of earth tones. The soft down is a great wind breaker and keeps you toasty.

Indyeva Pants

These Indyeva pants have a great range of motion and are breathable for longer hikes or sunny days.

Sorel Chelsea Boot

I own two pairs of these boots in various colors as I love them! They are completely waterproof, easy slip on/off, and comfortable enough for short hikes

Flight Compression Socks

It’s not a short flight to Africa from the United States. If you haven’t tried compression socks for airplane travel…you’re missing out! They prevent swelling and your legs will feel much better when you deplane!

Patagonia Insulated Vest

This vest will be a great windbreaker on open air game drive vehicles and is comfortable enough to wear all day.

Patagonia Capilene Cool Long-Sleeve

Layering is key in the winter in Africa. The morning are cool and so are the evenings.  This light weight long sleeve is the perfect first layer. You can always add a Helly Hansen sweat shirt or a North Face Gore-Tex Shell.

Kuhl Convertible Pant

When you are in the bush the temps can change quickly.  Having the ability to convert these pants into shorts is a game changer.  The extra cargo pockets on the side are great for storing lens caps or other quick need items.