Health and travel insurance policies, scan all your documentation/ tickets/ passport and email them to yourself, Ziploc bags or dry packs to keep what you need dry (books, maps, documents, film) , pack towel (fast drying, ultra-lite), toiletries** including strong sunscreen (high SPF, waterproof), biodegradable soap, shampoo, and toothpaste, feminine hygiene (tampons are especially difficult to find), a full prescription of a doctor prescribed antibiotic or any other medication you are currently taking, flashlight or headlamp, rechargeable batteries, camera and memory card (electronics are very expensive in Ecuador), Swiss army knife or similar multi-tool with scissors/knife, small binoculars, travel alarm clock, basic First Aid kit (for minor cuts, blisters, insect bites, muscle/headaches, diarrhea, and motion sickness, etc.), insect repellent (avoid repellents with strong concentrations of DEET), small backpack and money belt/pouch, large garbage bags (to be used as a pack liner or cover), re-usable water bottle (such as NALGENE) , a travel lock, sun hat/visor, light rain jacket or rain poncho, lightweight, fast-drying clothing
Do not hesitage to give us a call. We are an expert team and we are happy to talk to you.
(593) 999- 237-320