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What to pack?

Given the fact that the weather during most of the year is warm, the clothing should be comfortable and lightweight. In winter, however, include a coat since the nights are cool.

It is also important to have good shoes, since it is very likely that the trails are muddy so beware of slipping.

You must have spare clothing and shoes back at your hotel because getting wet is almost unavoidable.

Also carry a waterproof jacket.

And last but not least important, do not forget your sunglasses, sunscreen and bug spray.

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2 Responses to What to pack?

  1. Martha says:

    Quisiera me informaran cuales serĂ­an los inconvenientes dee viajar con un bebe de 9 meses. Quedo a la espera de una respuesta. Muchas gracias

    • Contenidos Patagonia says:

      Hola Martha: No hay inconveniente, sĂłlo dos recomendaciones: llevar un cochecito o alquilar uno allĂĄ, para poder hacer las caminatas (creo que es mejor que una mochila) y tener siempre a mano el repelente de insectos! Saludos y buen viaje!

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