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We know writing a list of what to pack is a pretty tedious task, so we’ve done it for you. Simply print this off and cross the items off the list as you go! 1. Clothing & Footwear 3 or 4 t-shirts. 2 warm jerseys (AKA sweaters, jumpers). 1 light cardigan or hoodie. 1 waterproof jacket. 1 or 2 pairs of shorts. 1 or 2 pairs of pants (AKA trousers, jeans). 3 or 4 pairs of underwear. 3 or 4 pairs of socks. Comfortable sneakers/walking shoes (don’t bring clunky hiking boots. These won’t be necessary and take up a heap of luggage space). Day to day shoes. Jandals (AKA thongs, or flip-flops). These take very little room and are great for easy use at the lodges. Togs (AKA swimsuits, trunks, bikinis etc). Sunnies (AKA sunglasses). Cap or sunhat. Beanie & scarf in winter months. A nice outfit (shirt/dress etc – optional, but recommended as there’s many an opportunity for a nice dinner out!) The New Zealand climate is a little unpredictable in that we often experience 4 seasons in one day. This means layers are key. Bring clothing that can easily be added to or taken off. Almost all the […]