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Sleeping Gear

Postby sharni » Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:13 am

I am going on The Search Of Iguassu Tour and i can't find any info on whether i have to take my own sleeping bag and pillow or if sleeping gear is supplied with the accomodation?
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Re: Sleeping Gear

Postby sinecure » Wed Jan 04, 2012 3:54 pm

If it isn't explicitly mentioned then sleeping accommodations should be provided.
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Re: Sleeping Gear

Postby TravelFun » Wed Jan 04, 2012 7:36 pm

sharni wrote:I am going on The Search Of Iguassu Tour and i can't find any info on whether i have to take my own sleeping bag and pillow or if sleeping gear is supplied with the accomodation?


I've just checked the trip details and not sure why you think a sleeping bag is required! What's the trip code of the tour you've booked?

For trip JBR it states the following:
Simple hotels (14 nts), overnight buses (2 nts).

The buses can get very cold and they blast the AC so just make sure you have some extra layers with you for the overnight trips...brrrrr!
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