What may I leave at home?

  • March 15, 2017
  • Towels: we provide towels in your room and on all dive and snorkeling trips.
  • Water bottles: we give you a personal water bottle and provide water in the bungalows, the restaurant, the dive center and on the dive boats.
  • Too warm clothes, as the temperature is between 30-35 degrees Celsius here.
  • Your dry-suit and your thick wetsuit – the water temperature is between 28-29 degrees Celsius throughout the year. So, unless you are freezing very quickly you will only need a 3 or 5 mm diving suit.
  • Many pairs of fancy shoes, as you might not be able to use them here. The path to the bungalows is sandy, our jetties are made from wood and restaurant is a no-shoe-zone. That way you won’t find many applications for high-heels here.
  • Soap/shower gel: we provide environmentally friendly soap and shower gel in our bungalows.
  • Umbrellas: we provide them here as well.
  • Laundry detergent: our free laundry service will be happy to take care of washing your clothes for you once a week.
  • Preventive malaria medicine that may impact diving. Rather discuss alternatives with your doctor at home.
  • Spearfishing equipment.
  • Diving gloves, unless you really need them for medical reasons. Divers that wear gloves are more likely to touch aquatic life that should not be touched.
  • Fish-ID-books: we have plenty here.
  • Drugs, weapons and all other stuff you are not allowed to bring into the country.
  • Hair drier: we have a small stock of basic hair driers at the resort.
  • And most important: try to leave your stress at home. 🙂

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