Accessories and must haves to make your cruise smooth!
Bring a sun hat with adequate coverage to shield yourself from the damaging UV rays. Avoid buying it from local shops in the Maldives because you would find it to be quite pricey and even less effective at protecting you from the sun there.
You can still bring your own snorkeling masks even though many resorts provide free or inexpensive rental snorkeling equipment that has already been used by others. If you’re heading for snorkelling or diving, you’ll want an underwater camera to capture the beauty of the marine life.
If you’re heading for snorkelling or diving, you’ll want an underwater camera to capture the beauty of the marine life.
Carry a towel to take to the beaches, sandbanks, and boats. Microfiber ones are light, compact and dry quickly
Sarongs are a multi-purpose garment that you should have on you no matter the kind of trip you’re on. They can be used to cover-up, as a beach blanket, towel, to provide warmth etc.
Carry all your basic medicine and first aid as you’ll be on an island with limited medical facility. Most importantly, do not forget to carry a seasickness remedy if you’re going to be on a boat at any point in time.
Keep a good (preferably natural) insect repellent to keep the pesky little things from irritating you on a trip meant for relaxation.
Power Plug Travel plug adapter, there are three associated plug types, types C, D and M