Safari Protect Yourself Sunglasses

It’s a wild ol’ world and you should protect yourself from the elements of it while travelling. Biting insects, the sun, night-time animals, blisters, and dodgy water are all factors when on adventure travels. Here are the products to assist with protection from all of these.

Safari Sunglasses Read our Safari Sunglasses Packing Advice

  • Pack high-quality sunglasses for your safari which have very good lenses to avoid any damage to your eyes from the harsh rays of the African sun.
  • The majority of safari activities take place early in the morning and late in the afternoon. This means that you may be staring into a rising or setting sun during your safari, which makes packing good safari sunglasses even more important.
  • At midday, the light may also be quite harsh depending on which areas you visit and the terrain prevalent in that location. As an example, in areas of Botswana, there are large salt pans and the sand is bright white, which reflects the sun's rays and may be uncomfortable for your eyes.

Number of safari sunglasses to pack for your safari:
1 x pair of high quality sunglasses per person.

Men's Bollé Clint Sunglasses

Men's Bollé Clint Sunglasses

$121.00

Available in 2 colours
Women's Bollé 473 Sunglasses

Women's Bollé 473 Sunglasses

$105.00

Available in 4 colours
Women's Polarized Bianca Serengeti Sunglasses

Women's Polarized Bianca Serengeti Sunglasses

$168.00
Martino Serengeti Shiny Black 555nm® Polarized Sunglasses

Martino Serengeti Shiny Black 555nm® Polarized Sunglasses

$201.00
Merano Black Serengeti Sunglasses

Merano Black Serengeti Sunglasses

$201.00
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