What to Bring

The following are recommended items to pack in your luggage:

What to Bring to ISDLightweight material shorts, t-shirts, tank tops, bathing suits and sandals are the standard – certainly for during the day. Light pants and jackets are recommended for the evenings.  People tend to dress a little less casually to go out for dinner or to bars, clubs or casinos, but it is recommended to have a nice set of clothing for going out in the evening, especially for the themed nightly events. A light rain jacket (and/or umbrella) is useful to have in the event of rain showers. If you plan to participate in adventure activities, such as horseback riding, a pair of runners/sneakers will definitely be useful to have.

Clothing

  • Bathing/swim suit(s)…or come in your birthday suit…we are, after all, at a clothing optional resort!
  • Shorts
  • Tank tops & T-shirts
  • Hat(s) for sun protection
  • Long pants (for cooler weather and/or protection from mosquitoes)
  • Light rain jacket and/or umbrella

Shoes

  • Comfortable & breathable shoes for walking around
  • Sandals/flip-flops to wear on the beach
  • Dress shoes for evenings out
  • Runners/trainers for sports activities

Toiletries

  • Soap, shampoo & conditioner
  • Toothpaste & toothbrush
  • Waterproof sunscreen/sun block with a high sun protection factor (SPF)
  • SPF lip protection
  • Moisturizer
  • First aid supplies: pain reliever, upset stomach medicine, Band-aids, etc.
  • Any prescription medicines you may need
  • Mosquito/bug repellant
  • Razor/shaving kit
  • Nail clippers/nail file
  • Comb/brush
  • Small hand mirror
  • Towel
  • Extra contact lenses & lens solution (if applicable)

Other

  • Pack a carry-on bag with your necessary items in case your luggage is delayed or lost
  • Passport/Identification (and photocopy of each kept a separate place)
  • Driver’s license (and photocopy) if you plan to rent a vehicle.
  • Money/Traveler’s Checks
  • Travel medical insurance
  • Camera & rolls of film, if applicable
  • 110 Volts to 220 Volts adaptor (The Dominican Republic has a 110 Volts / 60 Hertz system. Visitors from Europe who need to use their electronic equipment such as a battery charger should bring their voltage adaptor)
  • Sunglasses
  • Earplugs (if you are a light sleeper)
  • Spanish-English (or your language) dictionary