Proof of Citizenship - A passport is required for entry back into the USA.
YOU MUST HAVE A VALID PASSPORT.
Hats - boonie hat, baseball cap or visor
Sunglasses - polarized with leash
16GB flash drive
Camera - extra flash memory
Money Belt - storage for passport and cash
Shirts - 2 long sleeve technical, 4 tees, 2 short sleeve dress (light colors recommended for all shirts)
Shorts - 4 pairs and swim trunks
Footwear - light boat or tennis shoes, water shoes and flip flops
Outerwear - Light rain jacket with hood and light technical pants
Backpack - Small backpack for bring on the boat
Toiletries - sunblock SPF 45+, lip sunblock SPF 30, razor, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, eye drops, pain reliever, aloe vera lotion, personal medications, Deet free bug repellent, hydration packets, small first aid kit, seasickness medication (Bonine and Transderm Scop® patch recommended)
Snorkel Gear - mask, snorkel and fins or you can rent from the hotel activity center
Rolling Cooler - Igloo or Coleman, no larger than 70 qt. You also have the option of purchasing an airline approved cooler from our fish processor. Most airlines have a 50 lb. maximum for all luggage without incurring an overweight luggage charge.
Coffee travel mug (for you coffee drinkers)
Zip Lock Freezer Bags - 3-5 boxes, 20ct. gallon size
Roll of Duct Tape
Credit Cards - Although some businesses in Mexico accept credit cards, most transactions are done in US dollars or MX pesos outside the hotel. You do not need to exchange US dollars to MX pesos as dollars are widely accepted in Southern Baja.
Here are some US currency denominations recommended for your trip:
20 – $1 bills for small tips
10 - $10 bills for bait
10 - $20 bills for boat tips and souvenirs
It is better to have extra cash than not enough for your trip.
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