Paradise Island What to Pack

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    I've got my warm weather clothes
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    Pack Light

    by cjg1 Written Feb 3, 2009

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    Luggage and bags: A Roll Aboard will do.

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Tee shirts, shorts, short sleeved linen shirts and shorts for clothing. Sandala and flips for walking about.

    Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Shampoo, shaving cream, razor, body wash, deodorant, hair gel, contact lenses, lens solution and lotion.

    Photo Equipment: Digital camera and memory card reader.
    Video camera

    Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Bathing suits and sun glasses

    Miscellaneous: Plenty of sun block.

    I've got my warm weather clothes Video camera is handy Liz keeping cool in a sundress Comfy & casual
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    Food, water and a jacket

    by janiac Written Jun 24, 2006

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Bring a light jacket. Even though it's warm, the restaurants and the comedy clubs can be cool. It's nice to have a light jacket to cover up with.

    Miscellaneous: Bring snacks and water/soda. It will save you money. I brought Pop tarts, water, soda, Nutri-grain bars and assorted other snacks. My kids are light eaters, especially at breakfast and these saved us from having to pay high breakfast rates. And after seeing the lines for the buffet breakfast, I'm glad we did not pay extra for a meal plan, especially since you have to wait in enough lines later in the day for the water slides.

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    Resort Wear

    by AliasGirl Updated Sep 25, 2004

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    Luggage and bags: Anything goes as far as luggage and bags, there are bellhops to help you carry your luggage. Its also just a hop skip and jump from the airport, its like door to door service. Of course, the luggage with wheels are, most convienant.

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Clothing and shoes to bring: normal resort wear. Lots of bathing suits and books to read at the pool/beach. Sarongs and cover ups to go the restaurants, restrooms, and walking in/out the hotel. If I remember correctly the hotel enforces the use of cover ups. For men, a tee shirt at the beach in case they start to burn.

    Night wear: women - skirts, shorts, capri pants, sundresses etc. Men should have at least one/two pairs of slacks and nice slip on shoes-some of the restaurants require a collared shirt as well. We only brought one pair and had to dry clean for the next day as the restaurant required it.

    If you like, you can also bring a sports jacket-one restaurant did require it, will get back to you with exact restuarant.

    There is walking to do but it isn't that bad, you'll mostly be walking to and from a destination so whatever goes - sneakers, sandals, boat shoes, high heels, flip flops. We did a mixture and had no problems.

    Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sunscreen! Sunscreen! Sunscreen! Don't want to burn on the first day then you won't be feeling 100% the rest of your trip.

    All normal travel gear; bandaids, bug repellant- in case you get mosquito bites, etc.

    Photo Equipment: Digital camera, rolls of film, just a few rolls as there isn't "sightseeing" really. But if you are like me you will go through a ton of film anyway.

    Miscellaneous: magazines, books, cards - time flies when you are at the beach!

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  • Less is More!!!!!!

    by Steff61283 Written Oct 23, 2003

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    Luggage and bags: Small luggage

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Swimsuits, shorts, tanks, couple nice outfits for nighttime. flip flops are a must! walking shoes great if going into town. Sarongs are great, you can buy them there!

    Toiletries and Medical Supplies: SUNSCREEN! aloe vera,

    Photo Equipment: video camera, lots and lots of film.

    Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: if you are staying at Atlantis they will provide you with a beach towel. DONT bring one they take up too much room.

    Miscellaneous: Nice clothes for night

    Sarongs are a must at the beach
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    • School Holidays
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