How to protect my things in Galapagos from salt and water

How to protect my things in Galapagos from salt and water

Lightweight binoculars are a good idea in Galapagos, and a waterproof “wet-dry bag” will be very useful to keep your camera, cell phone, towel, and lenses protected from salt spray and water in pangas (open boats) and on “wet” landings.

Wet-dry bags are a good way to protect your camera from the elements when you are in the shore landings.

What kind of clothes should I take to Galapagos?

What kind of clothes should I take to Galapagos?

Although the archipelago is in the Ecuador and the air temperature tends to be warm, the water breeze can cool the Air. In addition to shorts and t-shirts, bring long-sleeved and light-weight shirts, long trousers, a sweater or light sweatshirt, and a windbreaker, a light jacket or a poncho. These also offer intense sun protection on land trips as well as comfort if you don't enjoy the air conditioning. Wear shoes that you have forgotten about your bathing suits (of Course) and a wide-brimmed hat, preferably one that covers the sides and back of the NECK. A photographer's vest is very useful. The lifestyle is completely casual on the islands, so you won't need that tuxedo or evening dress.

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