What to Bring

  • Fun and a positive mindset
  • Waterproof jacket (and if you have waterproof trousers)
  • Good footwear, walking boots, as it can otherwise be slippery, especially if it is wet or if you have autumn leaves, we normally don’t waklk for too long, but normally gos for small shorter scenic walks
  • Bring warm jumper, jacket, waterproof jacket and trousers.
  • Bring a spare change of jumpers as people tend to get cold and spare clothes as you could get wet.
  • Woolen hat (also good against strong winds)
  • Sunglasses as sunrise/sunset low-lying sun can hit you in the eyes, also wet surfaces and sun cause extra glare
    Passport, driving license or photo ID as at check in you are often being asked for
  • A camera
  • Personal items
  • A bottle of water, a snack to eat
  • A towel, if you stay in a hostel
  • A bit of cash/credit or debit card
  • A change of clothes (even on 1 day tours, we can occassionally encounter sudden unexpected downpours on our stops and people’s clothes can get soaked
  • Torch in the dark winter time
  • All the hostels we are staying in have a communal kitchen with fridge and places for you to store your food.
    Pre-buying and bring your own food is particularly recommended for days when we travel to remote locations with few or no shops.
  • If you like swimming some swimwear or alternatively an extra spare pair of underpants plus T-shirt is also recommended, as sometimes we come to very tempting beautiful beaches and the Westcoast gulf stream water is mild in the late summer and early autumn.


For any hostel stay, you won’t need to bring a sleeping bag, but a towel and your toiletries.

Please always have at least a day or two cash reserves with you as we are often in remote areas far from an ATM or a card payment machine facility.

We are also often outside any mobile phone or internet WI-FI network and those machines don’t always work.

If we are staying away overnight and you obviously bring more luggage, everyone in the group would greatly appreciate it and be thankful for you, if you could please bring and prepare 2 correctly packed pieces of luggage

(1) a larger piece of luggage, i.e. suitcase or large backpack to store your overnight items, you will need in the evening after we arrive at our accommodation and

(2) a small/medium sized day pack, which you carry with you ready at all the time next to your seat containing all the essentials you need for the day, for example a waterbottle, a snack to eat, a rain jacket/umbrella, a jumper, a woolen hat, a camera, etc. –

as to be able to run a smooth tour, we prefer you not to open and fiddle around and search in your large overnight suitcase at each stop for 10 minutes and keep the group and guide waiting, who have come to visit all the amazing sites on tour and not to have to wait for you to fiddle around and search for your stuff at each stop.


Please bring and wear multi-layered clothes and bring extra woollen jumpers/pullovers, long underwear, thick socks, woollen hats, gloves, scarves, warm winterjacket, water -and windproof outer layers

Please bring spare clothes as it is likely to be a lot colder than you think due to a combination of cold, wet and windy weather and you might need a spare set of dry clothes if the you get wet.

Please bring sturdy footwear, as it can be icy, wet and slippery and we will go for some short walks.
There is plenty of space on the bus for your luggage.


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