I was going through my notes from my last trip and I had some points that I wrote that may help someone in the future. Maybe others can add their tips. Take medication with you ( I took cold and flu tablets, doxycycline, diarrhoea tablets) all of which came in handy when I came down with some form of African bug. Keep lip balm in your pocket and apply regularly Keep a point and shoot camera on your belt or pocket so it is always available for those quick shots. It is not accessable enough in your back pack. Make sure you have a good quality wide sling if you intend walking a lot. I had a Camelbak that came everywhere with me. ( If the PH said that we would just get out and have a look over here I would grab my rifle and Camelbak because often we would see something and then walk for an hour). Take enough ammo as I found myself rechecking my rifle zero regularly ( It gives you some confidence in your rifle) Take a bore snake to give your rifle a pull through each night even if you did not fire a shot. Take quiet clothes. I had one pair of heavy cotton canvas pants that were very noisey when stalking. Take a warm jacket that wraps up into a small space that you stow in your camelbak after the morning session. ( I had a RAB jacket that would wrap into a very small bundle and was appreciated late in the arvo) I am sure there are many other tips that others with experience could add but these are some I made note of.