You've just climbed the gentle rolling kopje (a large smooth rock outcropping) on the vast Serengeti plains of Tanzania for afternoon tea. Spread out on the vast sea of lush green grass below you is an enormous herd of wildebeest, zebra, and Thomson’s gazelle, lazing about munching the short grasses. All is peaceful on the endless plains; even the resident predators take a break from their pursuit.
Ah, the art of roughing it with a sense of style. A man cuts a masculine pose in his multi-pocketed field vest, Tilley hat, safari shirt, and zip-off cargo pants, but we can’t say the safari clichéd big-game-hunter look is as flattering for a woman. With a little effort, you can flaunt your own sense of safari chic, and still be appropriately dressed. For safari chic, consider these guidelines:
You are going on safari to enjoy game drives, bush walks, cultural experiences and to take in the natural beauty of the habitat. National Parks will have specific policies and regulations. It is of importance that you and your guide observe them. Respect wildlife, the environment and indigenous peoples by adhering to local rules.