Safari Insect Protection Sunscreen

Stay bite-free. Not being bitten is your best protection against disease-carrying flying and biting insects. Protect yourself with our choice of insect repellent products. This includes our best-selling BUGTech™ range of clothing and the ultimate protection afforded by Australian-made repellents, plus our other insect repellent accessories listed below. Bushman™ repellent is available to all of our clients, while RID™ is only available to clients outside of the UK and EU.
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Safari Insect Repellent Read our Safari Insect Repellent Packing Advice

  • When the African sun gets to full strength from midday to early in the afternoon, it can be fierce. Pack a highly effective safari sunscreen which has been proven to work under an intense sun.
  • It is sensible to select a sunscreen which offers a broad spectrum, long-lasting transparent protection from both UVA and UVB light.
  • As most safaris are active, also opt for a sunscreen which allows you to perspire without losing the efficacy of the active ingredients. As a general rule, we recommend sprays over creams for this reason.
  • Apply sunscreen before you head out into the sun to allow it to absorb into your skin.
  • Re-apply safari sunscreen frequently. Also re-apply safari sunscreen after prolonged physical exertion and if you have towelled yourself down, worn a shirt over skin which you have treated with sunscreen, and after swimming.
  • Even if conditions on safari are overcast, we still recommend that you apply sunscreen as your skin may still be affected by the UVA and UVB light.

Number of bottles of safari sunscreen to pack:
Up to 4-day safari: 1 x bottle per person; Up to 8-day safari: 2 x bottles per person; Up to 12-day safari: 3 x bottles per person


*Take into account how many hours of the day you will be in the sun when on safari in determining how much sunscreen to take - and the strength of the sunscreen. For game drives, you will usually be in the sun for 4 to 6 hours but, for longer walking safaris and certainly for canoe safaris, this may be quite a bit longer than that. For canoe safaris, also bear in mind that the effect of the sun is strengthened by light bouncing off the water.

RID™ Insect Repellent & SPF50+ Sunscreen Combo (100ml)

RID™ Insect Repellent & SPF50+ Sunscreen Combo (100ml)

$14.60
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