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Please note that all the items listed on this page are just simple recommendations, feel free to always bring what you think is best for you, at the same time have a lot of common sense in the quantity and size of each of the products you obtain considering the amount of days of your expedition/retreat. Remember, that the more compacted you pack, the lighter your load will be during long strenuous treks through the jungle. In a few words "PACK LIGHT AND SMART".



Personal Gear:

  • Hiking pack (55L to 65L approx.)

  • Tent or mosquito net

  • Light sleeping bag or blanket 

  • Light sleeping mat

  • Waterproof bags for general items

  • Waterproof poncho or jacket

  • Rubber boot (sizes available in Peru are 10.5US or 44EU and below for 12 USD approx.)

  • Personal hydration bottles with incorporated water filters

  • Head torch/flashlight with extra batteries

  • Personal whistle

  • Sun hat with neck protection

  • Binoculars (optional)

  • Power bank or solar charger (optional)

  • Photo/video camera (optional)

  • Comfortable trekking pants

  • Thick and confortable long sleeve shirts

  • Thick and confortable t-shirts

  • socks

  • Underwear

  • Bathing suit

  • Waterproof trekking shoes in case your rubber boot breaks

  • Sandals

  • Microfiber towel

  • Basic sewing/stitching kit

  • Items recommended only for Retreat Participants (inflatable camping pillow or cushion to be used for seated meditation and a mosquito hat)



Personal Hygiene and Care Kit:

  • Toothbrush

  • Toothpaste

  • Toiletries

  • Foot Powder

  • Antibacterial soap

  • Sunblock of minimum 40 SPF 

  • Insect repellent with free deet

  • Anti-itch cream for insect bites


Personal First-aid kit:

  • Antidiarrheal medication

  • Throat lozenges

  • Motion sickness medication

  • Sunburn salve such as aloe vera gel

  • Aspirin or other painkillers

  • Antibiotics

  • Antacid tablets

  • Flu medications

  • Band-aids

  • Ace bandage

  • Moleskin for blisters

  • Personal medications if needed



  • Satellite/GPS communication devices with 24/7 SOS coverage and live locators.

  • First responders wilderness kit with anti-venom serums

  • Water filters for general use (cooking/drinking/washing)

  • Shotguns, machetes and axes for general use (security/hunting/building)


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