Outdoor Adventure Travel Checklist Winthrop MA

Are you ready for outdoor adventure travel? Let our outdoor adventure travel checklist take you through the basics of what you need to know.

Brazilian Soccer House
(617) 569-1164
110 Meridian St
Boston, MA
 
Rainbow Apparel
(617) 889-2502
428 Broadway
Chelsea, MA
 
Fat Tony's
(617) 423-0026
503 Washington St
Boston, MA
 
Boston Running Company The
(617) 723-2786
121 Charles St
Boston, MA
 
Sports Essentials
(617) 387-0777
539 Ferry St
Everett, MA
 
New Brazilian Store
(617) 569-1164
110 Meridian St
Boston, MA
 
Olympia Sports
(781) 284-7503
339 Squire Rd Ste 17
Revere, MA
 
P N J Sportswear
(617) 389-5151
165 Bow St
Everett, MA
 
Everett Square Sporting Goods Inc
(617) 387-6530
427 Broadway
Everett, MA
 
J McLaughlin Clothing Store
(617) 228-4195
34 Charles St
Boston, MA
 

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The clothes you bring and the gear you tote will depend on the outdoor adventure you choose. Because these activities are so diverse, we've created specialized checklists targeted to the adventures Nomadik Fanatiks do most. Don't see your choice listed on our checklists? Feel free to adapt one of our current ones or drop us a line suggesting an adventure you'd like to see added. We're all for trying out new and different ways to get outside and test our limits.

Let Others Make Your List

If you decide to test the outdoor adventure waters before investing time and money in the equipment, find an outfitter that suits your Nomadik needs . They'll supply all the gear, provide you with detailed instructions on what to bring and show you the ropes once you arrive at your destination.

No matter how soft or extreme your travel adventure, you'll need to think about:

Before You Go

  • Get your shots (if applicable)
  • Research the area you will be visiting
  • Travel guide / phrase book
  • Check travel alerts
  • Check health alerts
  • Find out what you can and can't bring across the border
  • Confirm your reservations
  • Leave an itinerary with family / friends

    Documentation

    Crossing borders can complicate a vacation. Be prepared to answer questions about where you're going, what you'll be doing and how long you plan to stay. If you can back it up with the appropriate paperwork, your port of entry interview should be short and sweet. Be sure to bring:

    • Passport - valid beyond the duration of your stay
    • Airline tickets
    • Hotel reservations (or proof of accommodation)
    • Receipts for any activities you have booked
    • Travel visa (if required)
    • Currency of country you're visiting
    • Travel / medical insurance

    What Not to Bring

    While the right papers can open doors, the wrong items in your pack can land you a free stay in jail. A valid passport won't help you if you're hauling...

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