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How to pack:

  • Pack for 1 week. No matter how long you go for.
  • Anything you run out of you can buy there... unless you can't.
  • Your backpack should meet the cheapest airline requirements for weight. Note that if you accumulate goods, you may need to account for that.
  • Stuff sacks are great to pack clothes into. They will compress the clothes so they take up much less space. See below for requirements when bringing clothes.


  • Ziplock bags are great for storing anything from lunches, soaps, to clothes. They will help compress any air in clothes and thus your clothes will pack lighter.
  • Stuff sacks are especially good for compressing your clothes and storing dirty clothes separately.

We strive to bring clothes that are comfortable while out walking around, but look nice to go out at night.


  • pack light
  • wrinkle free
  • quick dry
  • dress casual

Backpacks, bags, stuff sacks.

Travel Towel:
Dry/Stuff Sack:
Compression Sack:
Sandals(for shower):
Satchels to separate various items in your backpack:
Outlet converter:
Bottles for shampoo and related:
Laundry Bag:
Clothes Line:
or paracord:
Darn Tough Socks:;
Portable French Press Coffee mug:
Ear Plugs:
Bluffworks Pants:
QOR Polo Shirt:
QOR Shorts:
Ziplock bags 1 or 2 gallon: ...anywhere...any kind.
USB Power:
Hand Sanitizing Wipes: You know, for when you can't shower...