5 Must-have Things you Need to Bring to Bali
When it’s about a holiday, there are a lot of things you need to think about. You should do some research about the country you go to – habits, culture, possible activities, weather etc. It’s crucial to have a plan and be prepared to any occasions especially if your destination is Bali.
When you spend almost your whole day outdoors under the sun, you must protect yourself from the high UV index which is quite intensified in Bali. In the time of summer, the sun is up for about 10 hours and clouds are really rare hence it’s worth investing to a wide range of SPFs to take care of everyone in the family and fully avoid sunburnt which can destroy your entire holiday. What’s more, water strengthen the harmful rays so be sure to take your sunscreen with you when surfing.
Not only your skin needs safety but your physical security must be ensured as well. If you’re a starter in surfing insurance is particularly important and if you rent a motorcycle a smaller accident is enough for a serious injury – don’t forget about it when making the Bali-holiday plan. You can select from tons of packages with different combinations and possibilities on various prices. You’re certainly going to find one which fits you the most.
Having your driving licence besides you all the time will save you the price of some cocktails in the beach bar. Police like to get their pocket money from tourists who think that they can totally drop all their responsibilities in their time off. Watch out and don’t give them the chance to pick a quarrel with you.
Your water-resistant Go-Pro
You’d definitely love to freeze the best moments of your vacation, wouldn’t you? If you’re a real Go-Pro guru Bali is a perfect place to unfold your passion as you can make amazing, exciting videos during surfing by fixing it even on your helmet or on the board. On the other hand, you can catch breath-taking pictures underwater as well if you participate in a scuba diving course. Bali’s marine biodiversity is exceptional in the whole world, you’d really regret not to take your water-resistant camera with you.
Unfortunately, today’s great smart phones are not too strong in long-time battery life. Luckily, genius minds invented the remote charger for those who don’t have time – or chance – to charge their life-meaning cell phones in every hour so if you are planning a full day tour, you must pick this one up on your list.
We tried to collect those five things that are the most essentials to make you absolutely ready to leave and make you able to bring out the best of Bali. Keep this list near your luggage and make your vacay an unforgettable one.