What should I bring?
We will have accommodations pertaining to food, travel and places to stay all ready for your arrival. Here is a list of things you should pack for your trip that is not already here!
It’s a good idea to bring shoes that can handle uneven terrain and a good bit of hiking. Do NOT purchase waterproof shoes, since these shoes do not breathe well and will struggle to dry if water gets inside of them.
Stores like REI have quality underwear that will minimize chafing and discomfort and are meant for a higher level of activity.
A good pair of socks can be a game changer, so make sure you find socks meant for hiking. This will prevent blisters or other discomforts and will allow you to maximize your trip.
Recommended Packing List
- Phrase book
- Suntan lotion
- Water Bottle/ bladder
- After bite
- Anti-bacterial hand lotion
- Dramamine/bonine if you get travel sickness
- International converter for 110 to 220
- Good sandals
- Mesh laundry bag
- Layered clothing
- A warm jacket/sweater for the mountains
- Small daypack