While on the river, you need little other than your river attire. There is limited space available in a water-resistant bag for additional items, such as rain gear or medication, that you might need during the day (no towels, please). This bag is usually available only during the lunch stop and at camp.
Pets, expensive watch or jewelry, cell phone, or camera without water protection. Space is limited on the boat. Please note that storage of wallets, and other valuables is the participant's responsibility.
Remember to pack light since everything is carried by raft into this wilderness canyon and space is limited. All your personal overnight items will be packed into a water-resistant dry bag that we provide. The dry bag will not be accessible until we get to camp. Have your items contained in a heavy-duty plastic garbage bag, or small stuff sacks (duffle bags and backpacks are generally too bulky and rigid to fit inside the dry bag). Just the minimal toiletry items are needed since the camps do not have running water or electricity. Upon arrival at camp, the guides will set up the camp kitchen; plates and eating utensils are provided.
Optional items for downtime at camp
Guests are welcome to bring their own alcohol in moderation for the evenings. All-Outdoors does not provide alcohol, but we have an ice chest available to transport guest beverages to camp (if guests show up with excess alcohol, our guides will ask you to leave the excess in your car).
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