If you’re travelling to Zambia, our up-to-date travel advice gives you practical tips on what to bring, how to dress, climate and other essentials for your trip.
During the day light clothes such as t-shirts and shorts are the right choice.
Evenings may require a light jacket during the summer months, preferably with full length sleeves.
In winter, (June, July & August), heavier clothing is necessary as the nights do get cold.
It is important to remember items like a hat, sunglasses, swimming costume, sunscreen and insect repellent as well as the following:
Ensure that you bring an adequate supply of any prescription medication that you may require as they may not be available close to the lodge.
Malaria prophylactics should be taken before, during and after visiting the Zambezi River areas.
Consult your doctor or the nearest travel clinic for advice.
Travelers are advised to check with their travel agent if they are flying to or from Zambia through any South African airport as they may be required to obtain a Yellow Fever inoculation.
The Tintswalo at Siankaba lodge is connected to the national grid.
The electricity supply is 240 Volts.
The square shaped three pin British standard plugs are used.
The lodge has a full back-up generator.
Tintswalo at Siankaba will arrange transfers from the following airports: