Packing Tips

For the Tropics: Pack shorts, light cotton clothes that may dry fast (no Jeans), bathing suit, and some nice resort wear for the evenings, a light jacket is recommended.

For the City: Men wear pants (jeans are OK), and women should wear skirts, pants or Bermuda length shorts. During the evening hours, men should wear nice slacks and shirt (sports jacket is optional), and women will feel comfortable in nicer casual evening attire. A light jacket or sweater is also recommended.

For the High Country: Pack long pants, under shirts, flannel shirts, Parka or nice warm jacket, wool socks and whatever you feel you will wear if you were going to play in the snow (just do not over pack).

For the Jungle: Long sleeve cotton shirts, long pants, and comfortable cotton clothes.

For all activities: Wearing a hat, sun visor, or cap is strongly recommended. Good walking shoes or hiking boots are best when exploring by foot. For wet landings during cruise, tennis shoes (that can get wet) or good hiking shoes (no hard soles or high heels allowed). Sun screen lotion (high SPF and waterproof), camera, and sun glasses with a string or strap, a plastic bag for dirty clothes, binoculars, and insect repellent.

Packing soft sided luggage with wheels will make traveling around much easier. Most hotels have laundry service available for guests. We have found that traveling light makes for a more enjoyable adventure.

When packing remember, international flights may have and enforce luggage weight restrictions.

Should you need additional information or have other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be more than happy to assist you!