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Master Checklist of What to Pack for the Dominican Republic

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Documents
 Passport/Visa
 Travel & health Insurance Cards
 Reservation Confirmations

Personal
 Wallet with Photo Identification
 Local Currency (if needed)
 Prescription Medications (with original label & Dr. note)
 Ear Plugs
 Eye Mask
 Travel Pillow
 Lip Balm
 Tissues
 Sunglasses

Tech
 Mobile Devices & Chargers
 Adapter plugs and voltage converters (if needed)
 Camera Equipment

Downloads
 Wandershare Guides
 Language Dictionary

TOILETRIES
Toiletries
 Disposable Razors
 Toothbrush
 Toothpaste
 Shampoo & Conditioner
 Haircare Products
 Cosmetics
 Hand Sanitizer
 Brush or Comb
 Deodorant
 Sanitary Products (Tampons & Pads)
 Contacts & Solution


CLOTHING BASICS

 Pajamas
 Underwear
 Socks
 Comfortable Walking Shoes




FOR HOT WEATHER

 Skirts & Shorts
 Short-Sleeved Cotton Tops & T-shirts in Light Colors
 Tank Tops
 Sandals




FOR WARM WEATHER
From December through February, when the nights are cooler, you may need a light jacket.; warm clothes will be needed for traveling in the mountain areas, especially in the Central Mountain Range, where temperatures as low as 32 F (0 C) are regularly reported. In the mountain towns of Constanza and Jarabacoa the temperatures regularly will drop below 65C (18C) in the evenings.

 Long-Sleeved Lightweight Cotton Tops & T-Shirts
 Long Cotton Pants or Skirts
 Lightweight Jacket
 Cardigans


SEMI-FORMAL APPAREL
Dominicans like to dress elegantly; fashion, grooming and hygiene are very important. Depending on the occasion, Dominicans will dress either casually or formally

 Dress or Blouse(women)
 Dress Skirt(women)
 Dress Pants
 Sport Shirt
 Sport Jacket (men)
 Tie (men)
 Dress Shoes or Heels


BEACHWEAR

 Sarong or Cover-Up
 Swim Suit
 Flip-Flops

FOR WATER SPORTS
If water sports are on the itinerary

 Sport Swimsuit
 Reef Shoes