Safari Clothing With Sun Protection For Men

Sun Protection Factor is a measure of the amount of the sun's ultraviolet rays that reach your skin. Our MaraTech™ & BUGTech™ fabric both have an SPF of 50+, which is the highest SPF rating available today for clothing. Back that level of protection up by packing these accessories to ensure optimal protection from the sun.

Mens Safari Shirts for safari

Special Offer Men's SafariElite Safari Shirt

Men's SafariElite Safari Shirt

$59.00 $47.00

Available in 2 colours
Men's SafariElite Safari Shirt, Short Sleeves

Men's SafariElite Safari Shirt, Short Sleeves

$52.00
Men's BUGTech™ Insect Repellent Safari Shirt

Men's BUGTech™ Insect Repellent Safari Shirt

$64.00

Available in 2 colours
Coming Soon Men's BUGTech™ Insect Repellent Safari Shirt, Short Sleeves

Men's BUGTech™ Insect Repellent Safari Shirt, Short Sleeves

$59.00
Men's Kiwi Insect Repellent Safari Shirt

Men's Kiwi Insect Repellent Safari Shirt

$48.00

Available in 2 colours

Mens Safari Trousers & Shorts for safari

Men's BUGTech™ Insect Repellent Zip-Off Cargo Safari Trousers

Men's BUGTech™ Insect Repellent Zip-Off Cargo Safari Trousers

$77.00

Available in 3 colours
Special Offer Men's SafariElite Zip-Off Cargo Safari Trousers

Men's SafariElite Zip-Off Cargo Safari Trousers

$69.00 $69.00

Available in 3 colours
Leg section only for Men's Rufiji™ Zip-off trousers (Water-repellent BUGTech+™ fabric)

Leg section only for Men's Rufiji™ Zip-off trousers (Water-repellent BUGTech+™ fabric)

$29.00

Available in 2 colours

Mens Safari Jackets & Fleeces Read our Mens Safari Jackets & Fleeces Packing Advice

  • You absolutely do need a men's safari jacket or men's safari fleece on any safari - whether you opt for a long-sleeved safari fleece or jacket or a safari fleece vest - as it does get cold on safari.
  • The reasons for the cold include: African winters, wind chill on safaris in open 4x4s (dipping into valleys and drainage lines also adds an extra bite of cold), early morning starts and late evening finishes for safari activities, land-locked countries, and many safari areas being high above sea level. The Maasai Mara & Serengeti (and most of East Africa) are the height of some ski resorts at 1,400 meters above sea level. Botswana, parts of Zambia, and Namibia are also more or less 1,000 meters above sea level.
  • Think of the safari experience as a desert trip where it starts off cold in the mornings and becomes cold again in the evenings, but heating up by midday to warm or hot. Keep in mind that the hotter the temperatures are at midday, the earlier you will go on safari, which means the cooler it will be. Again, you should definitely pack a men's safari fleece or men's safari jacket for your safari. We have given this advice to clients who have ignored it and returned from an October safari in Botswana to tell us that, yes, they did indeed get cold despite the midday heat.
  • For the African winter, opt for a long-sleeved safari jacket or safari fleece and, for the summer, either a safari vest jacket or fleece, but then wear a long-sleeved safari shirt underneath so that the sleeves help to keep you warm.
  • Colour is still key when choosing the correct safari fleece or safari jacket. Opt for neutral shades such as khaki, green, or brown.
  • For safari travel over the rainy season, pack a high quality, waterproof safari jacket which is proven to actually work. For East Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda), the rains generally occur in two parts: the longer monsoon in April and May and then the shorter rains around November. Higher safari areas such as the Ngorongoro Crater catch the wind from the sea and it may rain at any time of the year. Southern Tanzania differs from this and is similar to the rainy season in Zambia, Botswana, and northern Mozambique - and falls between late November and late March, often extending into April. As a general rule, if one had to ask "when is Africa always dry?" - the answer would be May to October, with regional rains still possible in some parts. Please also note that the South African rainy season is split down the middle of the country, with the east receiving rain through summer and the west a winter rainfall area. That winter rainfall can push through in cold fronts to the east of the country too.

Number of men's safari jackets or safari fleeces to pack for your safari:
1 x safari fleece or jacket; 1 x waterproof safari jacket should you be travelling over the rainy season.

Rufiji™ MaraTech™ Multi-Pocket Safari Gilet (Unisex)

Rufiji™ MaraTech™ Multi-Pocket Safari Gilet (Unisex)

$78.00

Available in 2 colours
New In Rufiji™ BUGTech™ Explorer Gilet (Unisex)

Rufiji™ BUGTech™ Explorer Gilet (Unisex)

$79.00
Men's NosiLife Insect Repellent Safari Jacket

Men's NosiLife Insect Repellent Safari Jacket

$111.92

Mens Safari Hats Read our Mens Safari Hats Packing Advice

  • To prevent having your face and neck burnt by the sun during your safari activities, you will need a wide-brimmed men's safari hat.
  • With mean high temperatures reaching mid-20 to mid-30 degrees Celsius on most safaris and with safari areas in Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, and Zambia high above sea level, the effects of the sun will be pronounced and the risk of being burnt by the sun will be high. As a wide-brimmed men's safari hat sits on your head, it is literally your first line of defence against a hot midday African sun.
  • Another benefit of wide-brimmed men's safari hats which most people don't think about is the shelter they provide when it rains. We find that a wide-brimmed safari hat definitely makes it slightly less uncomfortable when you are caught out on a walk or game drive by a sudden thunderstorm or tropical shower, as at least your face - or most of it - remains dry.
  • Colour is key when choosing a men's safari hat - with neutral shades such as khaki, green, or brown the best. Your safari hat will often be the most conspicuous part of you as you hide behind a bush while viewing wildlife on a walk.
  • Modern wide-brimmed men's safari hats are conveniently packable too and so do not lose their shape when you take them out of your luggage. If they have lost a bit of shape, you are usually easily able to manipulate them back into shape. However, never crush your safari hat under a hard object - such as shoes or binoculars - when packing.

    Number of wide-brimmed men's safari hats to pack for your safari:
    1 x wide-brimmed safari hat per person.
    *Pack a safari beanie for the African winter too.

On Sale Explorer Canvas Safari Hat (Unisex. Adjustable)

Explorer Canvas Safari Hat (Unisex. Adjustable)

$40.00 $35.00
New In Rufiji™ Leather Explorer Safari Hat (Unisex)

Rufiji™ Leather Explorer Safari Hat (Unisex)

$57.50
New In Mara&Meru™ Panama Safari Hat (Unisex)

Mara&Meru™ Panama Safari Hat (Unisex)

$43.33
Men's Wallaroo Outback Safari Hat

Men's Wallaroo Outback Safari Hat

$58.00 $53.00

Available in 2 colours
Barmah Squashy Canvas Safari Hat

Barmah Squashy Canvas Safari Hat

$37.00

Available in 2 colours
Barmah Squashy Leather Oiled Safari Hat

Barmah Squashy Leather Oiled Safari Hat

$56.25
Barmah Foldaway Leather Suede Safari Hat

Barmah Foldaway Leather Suede Safari Hat

$49.95
Barmah Foldaway Bronco Full Grain Leather Safari Hat

Barmah Foldaway Bronco Full Grain Leather Safari Hat

$56.25
Barmah Hats Waterproofing and Conditioning Spray – 75ml pump spray (suitable for leather & suede)

Barmah Hats Waterproofing and Conditioning Spray – 75ml pump spray (suitable for leather & suede)

$7.44
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