Packing Tips: What to Bring on Our Tours

Posted on February 17, 2017

Packing Tips: What to Bring on Our Tours

Packing Tips: What to Bring on Our Tours

You've booked a tour with us and it's the night before. You're excited. You can't wait to get out there and paddle on the water and see all the sites and feel the wind on your face and your toes in the sand and snorkel with sea turtles——Oh my God, Sea Turtles! But it's the night before and you're also thinking: Wait, what should I bring?

It's true that we all adhere to different methods when we travel. Some of us are the practical, over-prepared, we've-thought-of-everything brand. And some of us are the fly-by-the-seat-of-our-pants, cross-bridges-when-they-come type. And some of us are a part of a traveling couple or group where one is busy planning and preparing while the other is saying: Why? It's more fun to go with the flow. But whatever type you are, we have you covered.

Here's a basic list of some things that we——and some past guests——think are good things to bring on any one of our tours.  Make sure you have:

  • A bathing suit.
  • Clothing that can get wet.
  • Sun Protection: hat, sunglasses, etc.
  • Sunscreen!
  • Good footwear that you can walk well in and that is okay to get wet.
  • Gratuity for your guides.
  • Towel(s).
  • Camera at your own risk. We also take pictures for you on your tour so you don't have to worry about preserving memories while also trying to keep your camera dry.

For the traveler who looks at this list and feels their sense of fun and adventure being sucked out of them, well, we also have a forgot-it-shop on site at our Mangrove Lagoon and Honeymoon Beach location that sells all the items above. So no worries!

See you on the water!

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