So, you’ve booked your program, it’s a week before, and you’re dreading the big pack
You’re in the right place.
Make sure you have at least 2 empty pages and at least 6 months until expiry
We’ll send this to you before you leave but make sure you’ve made a note of the address for the customs declaration card
Make sure your travel insurance covers both medical and personal belongings (some don’t cover your laptop/phone)
Visit Your Doctor
Consult your doctor for information regarding vaccinations
Laptop & Charger
Sounds obvious, but some do forget!
Unlocked Phone & Charger
We provide a sim, but make sure your phone is unlocked
It’s the same as a European plug
Although it’s sunny a lot, it can rain in our locations. So remember to bring something to put your laptop in
Clothing – Don’t overpack! Especially in Bali, there are lots of places you can pick up some fab clothes… you don’t want your luggage to be too heavy for your flight home
Swimwear – It’s hot, you’ll want to dive in the pool in free-time or maybe even try your hand at surfing?
Jacket – It does rain, so it is definitely advisable to bring a lightweight waterproof jacket
Socks & boots – If you want to go hiking, this is essential
Essential for your customs card and always useful anyway
First Aid Kit
Doesn’t need to be too extensive, but have the basics
Important to prevent getting bitten!
In places like Bali, roosters and mopeds are often awake before you are, so it’s definitely worth bringing earplugs to sleep well