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Checklist — México


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3 pieces of each item of everyday clothing, such as pants, socks, underwear, dresses, skirts, and shirts. Read more...
Warm coat in fall and winter, light sweater in spring and summer. Read more...
Raincoat. Read more...
Swimsuit. Read more...
Walking shoes or hiking boots, one solid set. Read more...
Hiking socks, at least one sturdy pair. Read more...
One nice outfit and shoes to match. Read more...
Flip flops or waterproof sandals, sturdy. Read more...
Sleep sack or linens for hostels. Read more...
Towel, for beach or hostels. Read more...
Sarong, packs tightly, excellent for laying on at the beach or covering up when leaving.
Passport. Read more...
Traveler’s checks. Read more...
Cash in a easily convertible currency. Read more...
Credit, Debit Cards. Read more...
Driver’s license, good for a photo ID. Always keep separate from passport. Read more...
Hostel, Student ID, Student Membership Cards. Read more...
Travel Insurance, if applicable, and forms. Read more...
Photocopies, make copies of all important documents such as passport, visa, credit and debit cards. Keep separate from the originals in case of theft. Read more...
First-Aid kit. Read more...
Money belt for carrying cash, credit and debit cards, passport, and valuables. Read more...
Spanish phrase book or dictionary. Read more...
Toiletries, readily available in México although specific brands can be hard to find. Make sure to pack extras if important.
Padlock, bring for lockers in hostels. Read more...
Water bottle, many hotels offer filtered water free for guests. Read more...
Eyeglasses, bring backup and copy of prescription.
Contacts, bring extras and copy of prescription. Cleaning solutions are hard to come by in México, so pack enough of everything for the entire trip, except maybe saline solution, which is readily available at pharmacies.
Sunglasses. Read more...
Sunscreen and Aloe Vera, overpriced in México, especially in resorts. Read more...
Hat. Read more...
Pocketknife, small multi-use, like a Swiss Army knife. Read more...
Compass. Read more...
Waterproof matches. Read more...
Detergent, if planning on doing laundry by hand, something concentrated and biodegradable like Dr. Bronner's is ideal. Read more...
Flat sink stopper, if planning on doing laundry by hand. Read more...
String for makeshift clothes line, if planning on doing laundry by hand. Read more...
Needle and thread for repairing clothes.
Tape for repairs, electrical or duct.
Super Glue or some other strong, fast bonding glue for repairs.
Safety pins.
Zip lock bags, sturdy, for anything that might leak or spill.
Alarm clock.
Rubber bands.
Flashlight (torch), small
Earplugs.
Garbage bags for wet laundry or garbage.
Calculator.
Cell phone. Read more...
Travel advisories and warnings, check with foreign ministry or state department. Read more...
Mosquito repellent. Read more...
Mosquito net, if planning on sleeping outdoors. Read more...
Driving paperwork. Read more...
Camera, film, memory cards. Read more...
Electrical adapter. Read more...


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