You may be asking: 'A fleece on safari?' Trust us, on the back of an open land rover at 6 in the morning, or 8 in the evening it does get cold! Much of Africa is also over 1000 metres above sea level (the Masai Mara, for example, is at 1,500 metres - the height of many ski resorts in Europe) and this contributes to the morning and evening chill! Please do not be fooled by hot midday temperatures - the hotter it is at midday, the earlier you go on safari! The simple fact is, you will be very cold without a safari fleece, as the quote below confirms. You will need a fleece for the majority of safaris. Not convinced? Please read the quote below, or contact us: "My husband did not procure one of your safari fleeces before we went and alluded to the fact whilst shivering on the back of a land rover on an early morning game drive that obviously you knew what you were talking about." R. Kneller, on safari in Botswana in October - one of the hottest times of the year in the Okavango Delta region!