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Fly to Namab Oasis Camp
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What to pack for a Namib Desert Adventure
What To Pack
Adequate 4x4 Vehicle with relevant sand driving tyres and good wheel sizes.
Minimum of 280 litres fuel for petrol vehicles and 220 litres of fuel for diesel vehicles
Two large bags (30kg+) of firewood
for the communal fire & kitchen
Sturdy sand shovel.
Tyre pressure gauge and an electrical pump for the tyres.
Toilet paper & matches.
Plastic bags to carry your own waste (e.g. empty cool drink tins, etc).
Torch with extra batteries per adult vehicle occupant.
Minimum of 50 litres of fresh water
per tour per vehicle
(for drinking and washing)
Tent, folding chair, sleeping bag/bed roll and pillow per person
Eating utensils (cutlery, plate, bowl, glass & mug).
Own snacks & refreshments (alcoholic beverages, cool drinks, in-betweens, etc.).
Hat, sunglasses & sun tan lotion.
Clothing for very hot and very cold times, toiletries & towels.
Prescribed medicine – NB!!!!
Small bowl or collapsible wash basin.
Camera and/or video camera with extra films & batteries –
synchronize with GPS time!!!!!!
Cloth and windscreen cleaner.
Car tool kit & Jack
Spare fan belt, lubricants and all relevant fluids applicable to your vehicle ( THIS IS OBLIGATORY)
Extra spare wheel (no 6).
Tour guides and assistants.
Recovery gear for onsite recovery only.
Communications (two-way radios for all participating vehicles).
Three meals per day (Only tea/coffee and fruit juices will be supplied with meals).
“Communal” camping equipment (e.g. braai grid, cooking facilities & equipment, tables, wash-up facilities, showers, toilets etc.)
All facilities at our Meob Bay permanent tented camp
All levies and concession fees