• Up-to-date Passport (if US, good for three months from day of arrival)
  • EXTREMELY CASUAL... can be hot, cold, sunny and wet all in one day
  • Shorts for hiking and hanging out
  • T-Shirts, polo shirts, or hiking shirts
  • Pair of long pants or jeans for hikes
  • Bathing suits (good to have 2 because sometimes you need a 2nd before 1st is dry)
  • Water shoes with straps for rafting, zip-lining & rappelling
  • Flip-flops for shower or getting up at night.
  • Light jacket (gets cool in the evening)
  • Light rain gear – you will use it daily
  • Hats and sunglasses
  • Sunscreen – sun is very intense, and then it rains! Insect repellent.
  • Camera & charger
  • Small flashlight.
  • Toiletry items
  • Prescription meds (pack at least 2-day supply in carry-on
  • Dramamine – your new best friend & mine, I like to keep the bus clean!
  • Large ziploc or plastic trash bags for traveling from hotel to hotel with wet bathing suits or wet dirty shoes
  • Day pack / Back pack

Think about only bringing a carry-on. It’s really possible for a week, especially with quick-dry clothes. Most airlines are charging for checked luggage now. But don’t worry we’ll be handling your luggage when you’re here. This is not a dressy place!