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Peru Packing List
Packing Advice

• This packing list is just a recommended guideline for your reference. Everything is optional for you to choose from.
• Extra luggage can be left at your hotel or our office.
• It's best to leave all unnecessary valuables and jewelry at home.
• Print a copy of your reservation and place it inside your checked baggage for identification purposes while you are traveling.

• NOTE ON LUGGAGE FOR MACHU PICCHU: Only 1 small bag of hand luggage (5 kg/11 lb max) is allowed on the train to Machu Picchu. Only 1 piece of checked luggage (23 kg / 50 lb max) can be put on the luggage car.

Clothing
Your clothing should be lightweight, breathable, hand-washable, and quick-drying, preferably moisture-wicking and non-cotton.
• Long pants (zip-off pants are very useful)
• Shorts, mid-thigh or longer
• Short-sleeved shirts
• Long-sleeved shirts
• Undergarments
• Socks
• Sweater, jacket, windbreaker
• Rain jacket and/ or rain poncho
• Sun hat with brim and chin strap
• Bandana (for dust, washing, etc.)
• Belt
• Pajamas
• Swimsuit (optional)
Footwear
Your daily activities may get your shoes dirty or muddy. Streets can be uneven. Light sandals are not good for daily tours and hikes, but they are nice for relaxing at your hotel.
Sturdy, comfortable walking shoes, closed toe, preferably waterproof
• Tennis shoes, sandals, dressy shoes, and/or flip flops
• Comfortable, breathable socks
Baggage
Suitcase or duffel (check weight restrictions for internal flights)
Day pack for daily activities and easy access (rain cover is nice)
Waterproof plastic bags for organizing gear and dirty clothing (Ziplocs and garbage bags work)
Packing cube, compression bag, stuff sacks, clear toiletry bag for airplane
Money belt, security pouch, document organizer
Electronics
Store electronics in sealed water-proof bags (double bagged if possible).
Headlamp or flashlight
Camera, lenses, memory disks
Video camera, tapes/disks
Tripod
Batteries
Cell phone
Alarm clock
Calculator (for currency conversion)
Electricity converter/adapter
Toiletries
Soap
Shampoo, conditioner, gel
Hairbrush, comb, mirror, hair ties
Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss
Deodorant
Moist towelettes (handy-wipes)
Hand sanitizer
Lotion (Badger foot balm is also helpful)
Sunscreen
Lip balm with sunscreen
Small towel and washcloth
Toilet paper
Facial tissue
Shaving supplies
Nail clippers, file, brush
Insect repellent
Q-tips
Sewing kit
Feminine products
Cosmetics
First Aid
You really only need one first aid kit in your travel group, so coordinate with your travel companions.
Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen
Band aids /plasters
Disinfectant, antiseptic cream, antibiotic ointment
Gauze bandages and tape
Throat lozenges
Vitamins
Diarrhea medicine
Antihistamines
• Ace bandage
Melatonin, Acetazolamide, or other sleep aid
Malaria pills (if necessary, talk to doctor)
Antibiotics (talk to doctor)
Prescription drugs (talk to doctor)
Diamox for altitude (talk to doctor)
Documents
Document organizer
Passport (make sure it is valid 6 months after your trip)
Visas for all countries as necessary
Airline tickets, e-tickets (make sure name on ticket matches name on passport)
Copy of AWR travel itinerary
Medical insurance card
Address book
Business cards
Make copies of passport, visas, drivers license, airline tickets/schedule, travel itinerary, credit cards (front and back), travelers checks' numbers, frequent flyer numbers, travel insurance, and emergency contact information. Leave a copy with someone at home and put a copy in a travel companion's luggage and email them to yourself (or store in Cloud).
Other
Passport
Lightweight *breathable* long pants (zip off legs preferred) and long sleeved shirts for walks in the jungle
Shorts and short sleeves for evenings at the lodge
Bathing suit (and cover up for women)
Comfortable walking shoes and extra long socks
Sandals for inside room and walking to swimming
Camera
Binoculars
Flashlight (torch) or headlamp
Insect repellent
Sun protection (sun block / sunglasses / hat)
Water bottle
Small day pack
Rain poncho (also available at the lodge)
Plastic bags to protect cameras and binoculars from rain
The lodge will provide rubber boots
Checked luggage is limited to 20kg (44 pounds)
Packing for the flight
Passport, flight e-tickets, travel itinerary
Books, magazines, e-reader
Music player and headphones
Cell phone
Toiletries (3 ounces/container, 1 quart clear bag)
Snacks
Water bottle (empty through security)
U-shaped neck pillow
Eye shades, ear plugs
 

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