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Luggage and bags: My daughter and I brought our own mosquito net and mosquito repellant because we travelled in the jungles of Puerto Rico. I don't think you needed a mosquito net if you just visit San Juan or the neighboring cities. But, if you travel to Maricao and head to the jungles, mosquito net is a must!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Make sure to pack light clothes because the weather of Puerto Rico is hot and humid! Also, pack some slippers.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: We brought our own toiletries since we know we are heading to the jungles of Puerto Rico. We brought our own soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, lotion, mosquito repellant, Advil tablets, dramamine for motion sickness, medicines for diarrhea, and towels.
Photo Equipment: I brought two battery charges, extra SIMS cards, one professional camera and one Sony cybershoot camera. I also brought my zoom lense. I also brought a plastic bag to cover my camera bag to protect it from the rain.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Sleeping bags and flip-flops.
Miscellaneous: We brought some nails and hooks for our mosquito net. We also brought some ziplocs for our pack sandwiches.
Written Sep 27, 2011
Luggage and bags: When you have a camera bag, make sure to cover your camera with a plastic bag. It rains a lot in Puerto Rico!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Comfortable shoes are important. Make sure to wear them when you go to El Morro. T
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: I would say, make sure to bring your own toilet paper. Take some from your hotel and pack some in your backpack. It's really important to have this just in case you needed to use the bathroom later. Most public bathrooms don't have toilet papers.
Photo Equipment: Always bring extra chips for your camera and extra battery.
Written Sep 18, 2011
Luggage and bags: I found that everything I needed at any point was readily available in PR.
Bring a beach bag that can be wrecked, the sand and water can take a toll on your stuff.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Sandals for the beach, lots of flip flops.
Bring running shoes if you plan on trecking in El Yunque and something a little warmer.
Bring one pair of dress shoes and a fancier outfit in case you go to a club with a dress code or one of the casinos.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Everything is pretty much available there.
Photo Equipment: Underwater cameras, film and batteries are more expensive. Buy them at home, you'll save a lot of money.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Flip Flops
Beach gear (bathing suits and sarongs)
Beach Bag, Mini Cooler (can be bought there)
Sunscreen, Aloe Vera
One warm thing in case you decide to hit El Yunque
Miscellaneous: Phone Card (a lot of american/canadian cell phones don't work there)
Important Papers, you need proof of citizenship to leave Puerto Rico.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Luggage and bags: A daypack (lighter than a backpack) that folds and packs into your luggage. Holds everything you need for a sightseeing tour, beach or snorkling trip, shopping trips into town- just pack what you are going to need for the day and go. Get one with zippers and a cable combo-lock for security.
Written Feb 28, 2007
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: A waterproof jacket, hiking shoes, a bathing suit, sunglasses
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Lots of Sunscreen and DEET free bug repellant
Photo Equipment: A waterproof camera, or a housing for your camera. Wide angle and telephoto lenses, and definately a macro!
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Snorkle and fins, Towels
Miscellaneous: Water, though if you forget, sooner or later a guy will come wandering down the road selling bottles for $1 piece....he comes right up to the car, quite convienient.
Updated Mar 22, 2006
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Sandles area a must in Puerto Rico. The weather is too warm for sneakers. Unless you can planning to do alot of walking.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Puerto Rico has good toiletries and medical facilities.
Photo Equipment: Digital Camera and/or a video camera must Puerto Rico is loaded with thousands of places to take great places.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: In the summer season it's best to wear sunscreen even if you are not going to the beach. There are many places in Puerto Rico that don't have trees and the sun there shows no mercy.
Water is a must while walking around.
Written Apr 23, 2005
Luggage and bags: Sunscreen
Deet, with that I think we only got bite twice
A couple of swimsuits
Most restaraunts are casual- San Juan has some more formal dress restaraunts
Underwater cameras for snorkling
Written Apr 11, 2005
Luggage and bags: Make sure to bring a beach bag so you don't have to lug around your beach accessories by hand.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Of course bring a bathing suit & suntan lotion. Bring or buy an umbrella, because it rains a lot in Puerto Rico. One minute it is sunny and the next it is raining.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: You can buy most everything you need if you are staying in San Juan, but if you are in the country, you might need to bring the necessities from home or drive a distance to purchase them.
Miscellaneous: If you can, pack small gifts that you might be able to share with locals, room service, etc that have been nice to you. Because of the poverty in Puerto Rico, many people are very thankful for this kind of gesture.
Written Feb 25, 2003
Luggage and bags: Pack light! A back pack will do.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Women: For some reason I feel compelled to wear dresses in Puerto Rico. Maybe it's because they're so much cooler than pants & shorts. Bring at least a couple of casual dresses or sarongs.
Sunglasses & sandals are a must.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sunblock, eardrops & sinus medicine.
Written Sep 8, 2002
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Beach Stuff ----- bring some
Written Sep 7, 2002
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