Luggage and bags: Bring a small bag so there will be no hassle with the airlines
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: You will only need shorts, and t-shirts or tops preferably in a lightweight cotton.
It is steamy here and at times the power goes out so even if you are inside it is still hot.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Bring what you can't live without.
Photo Equipment: Don't forget your film or memory sticks and you better check the batteries BEFORE you get here.
Miscellaneous: A flashlight or torch is very good to have when you are trying to find your way in the dark.
- Jungle and Rain Forest
Luggage and bags: Bring a small backpack to put your water, wallet and camera. Sandals and shoe if you are going to the cave.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: T'shirt , shorts and light cloths as it can get very hot in the tropics
Miscellaneous: Don't leave home without your mosquite repellant, torchlight and a walking shoe.
- Road Trip
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Dry clothes! This is the jungle and its on the equator. About as humid as possible. 10 minutes in the jungle and your clothes will be completely wet--you will definitely want to change clothes when you get back to your lodging.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: don't forget to take your malaria pills, but I didn't see more than a handful of mosquitos
Photo Equipment: you wont want to miss the opportunity to photograph the orangutans
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: binoculars to see the wildlife that is at the uppermost canopy of the jungle--especially to see the hornbills
Luggage and bags: Try not to have too much to carry as the walkway is slippery and you need your balance.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Wellington boots or boots that protect your feet from the slimy poo on the floor.
A hat to cover your head. Water drops from the roof and it's not pleasant clean water.
Gloves to protect your hands - you don't want to touch any cockroaches or poisonous millipedes by mistake.
Tuck trousers into boots so they don't touch the ground and so nothing can crawl up inside your trouser leg.
Spectacles to protect your eyes in case you look up and the contaminated water drips into your eyes.
Scarf to cover your nose to lessen the smell.
Photo Equipment: It is worth paying the fee to take the camera in and take photos of all the creepy crawlies along the walls.
Miscellaneous: A torch is useful as it is dark in places.
Don't leave any flesh uncovered in case something lands on you or crawls on you, or in case you slip on the walkway.
- Jungle and Rain Forest
- National/State Park