Ethiopia -Packing List For An Adventure Trip (Comfy But Not Frumpy)

Going to Ethiopia, Danakil Depression tour was of one the biggest bucket list experiences I wanted to have since I moved to Dubai. When I was planning our trip to Ethiopia, I was confronted with a completely new packing dilemma.

When you have to hike up an active volcano, walk over a sulphur lake and spend your nights in local villages, my best suggestion is to choose comfort above all. But comfy doesn’t have to be frumpy.

You can add kitschy prints, crop tops and quirky accessories to make your outfit fun even for an adventurous travel like Danakil Depression

1) Style your harem pants with a crop top

Loose cotton colorful pants are very comfortable for travelling to hotter climates. Style it with your any light shade plain crop top. It will look super trendy and fun. Trendy harem pants also come in handy on occasions when you want to look like a boho chick in the middle of a desert.

Boho chick trend alert in the middle of the desert

 

Sports shoes goes well with harem pants. Perfect for days with long walks

 

For an adventurous trip, comfort is the key. Jump and shine

 

Colorful harem pants and trendy crop tops is my go to comfort dressing

 

2) A cotton checkered shirt with ripped denim shorts

Super comfortable and is never out of fashion. Add ethnic accessory to lend interest to simple ensembles.

Evergreen checkered shirt and denim shorts

 

Welcoming New Year 2017 in front of an active volcano

 

These magical sunrises are the reason I don’t sleep

 

3) Print and colors are always fun to experiment with on a sunny day. Mix and match your checkered crop top with colored shorts

Checkered crop top with green zipped shorts

 

 

Other Essentials

  1. Sun Hat
  2. Light scarf to protect your face from dust
  3. Sunglasses
  4. Socks
  5. Trekking clothes
  6. Shorts
  7. Backpack for hiking
  8. Head lamp
  9. Sandals or Flip flops for around the camp
  10. Comfortable covered shoes
  11. Swimming costume
  12. Sunscreen (min 30 SPF)
  13. Fleece –for overnight camping near volcano
  14. Toiletries including wet wipes
  15. Towels

Please let us know if you have any more questions regarding travel to Ethiopia

Author: Low Cost Travellers

5 Comments

  1. nice blog, keep hiking and sharing the journey. of course, the coffee beans you always bring with you 🙂

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