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Packing list and Luggage Suggestions Ecuador Mainland

Clotes
a T-shirt
Sweat shirt or sweater
warm jacket (e.g. fleece)
waterproof windbreaker jacket
long trousers
Shorts
Light hiking boots or shoes / walking shoes
sandals (for example TEVA)
others
What to bring for a trip to the jungle?
Long trousers that dry easily; NOT Jeans, since those are more difficult to dry. In Ecuadorian markets itís possible to buy thin cotton trousers for 6 - 7 US$.)
1 shirt with long sleeves and a light trouser (as sunprotection on the hikes and for snorkelling)
Rubber boots (they are often provided in the jungle lodges)
Rain poncho
Flashlight
others
Donít forget / Must bring
Sun glasses
Hat
sufficient sun-block with a high protection factor
Mosquito spray for tropics
underwear and socks
First Aid Kit
Stationary and pen
reading
Small backpack
Digital and/or video camera (electricity is 110V)  Note: in parts of the jungle the could be no electricity Flashlight
Adapter for flat pins (for electrical outlets)
Waist strap or neck bag for money and passport
others
Important suggestion: scann your passport, flight tickets and other important documents and send these copies to your E-Mail address. In case of emergency you will have good color copies of your documents!



 
 


Traveling to Ecuador?
PACKING LIST and LUGGAGE Suggestions

What to pack?

Bring a little of everything. Consider bringing clothing for different temperatures since the weather here is quite unpredictable. While in Quito temperatures range from 12 C –or even lower (early in the morning and during the night) to 23-24 (at noon and early afternoon), in the coast and jungle they could vary between 30C to 35C with 80% to 90% of humidity.