REQUIRED ITEMS LIST

Welcome Aboard!!

Remember you will be on a remote desert island, so anything “special” you need you will have to bring with you.

Have you purchased Trip Cancellation Insurance?

portable USB chargeable mini-fan. ( available at Amazon)

  • Your passport (don’t leave home without it)
  • for COVID-19 facemask, hand sanitizer, hygiene habits
  • Extra cash and credit cards (you’re a long way from home)
  • A “headlamp” type flashlight and spare batteries(very important)
  • Any Prescription medicines you may need
  • A bed sheet (twin or double) and pillow case (required)
  • Bathing towels and wash cloth
  • A small, personal First Aid Kit (required)
  • Spanish/English Dictionary
  • One roll personal toilet paper (required)
  • Toiletries: Soap shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.
  • A large sun hat • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen, water resistant (clear Aloe Gator 40+ gel, broadspectrum…..highly recommended.(should be able to find at REI)
  • Insect repellent (you might need it. (Mosquitos and no seeums are rare but on occaision they can show up)
  • A light Jacket and a pair of long pants; The desert can get cool at night.
  • Hiking boots or tennis shoes
  • Sandals/Tevas/Reefwalkers/Aquasocks any footwear that can get wet repeatedly
  • One (or more) large, contractor-quality plastic bags for each piece of luggage that you don’t want to get wet
  • A dry bag for cameras or electronics
  • A good sharp pocket knife (put in Check-in luggage).
  • We have 110 volt and 12 volt charging capabilities at base camp.
  • Digital cameras
  • Cell phone (check with your service provider to coverage in our area of BCS, Mexico)
  • A good book
  • A day pack
  • Your favorite snack food; trail mix, energy bars, cookies, etc.
  • Your favorite wines
  • Soy sauce and wasabi
  • Fishing and snorkeling gear
  • Saltwater Soap” (found at many boating and camping stores.)
  • Travelers ding repair kit
  • Proper wet suit protection, rash guard, booties and a light 1mm hood if needed
  • Amphibious eye wear –www.spexusa.com
  • FOR ANGLERS
  • All the tackle you think you might need as there are no tackle shops on the island
  • A Mexican fishing license online (required)
  • Click here: sportfishingbcs.gob.mx
  • FOR YOUR BOAT
  • A Mexican fishing license for every person aboard
  • 300 feet of anchor line
  • Anchor Chain equal to the length of the boat
  • An anchor line buoy is a good idea too!
  • At least one spare anchor, with line
  • At least one good VHF radio, Two are better.