WHAT YOU GET & WHAT TO BRING
You get yourself to (and home) from Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta Airport (CGK) and we'll take care of everything else.
Your package includes:
Pick up and drop off from Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta Airport (CGK).
Transfers to and from Anyer Harbour (where Just Dreaming is moored) in air-conditioned vans.
All on-board charter accommodation on Just Dreaming.
All surf transfers in tender to and from Just Dreaming.
4 hearty meals per day and plenty of snacks and fruit.
Unlimited water, soft drinks, juice, tea and coffee.
Use of recreational equipment on board, such as snorkelling and fishing gear.
NOTE: Package DOES NOT include alcohol however you can put in an order for beer and our crew will purchase it for you. Payment is required prior to departure. Anchor is the beer of choice in West Java.
NOTE: Package DOES NOT include cell or internet coverage! There is no coverage on the island and our guests love this just as much as the waves. For once you can get away and truly unwind...
NOT INCLUDED, BUT MANDATORY:
Personal travel insurance for all travel arrangements and must include unlimited medical cover with medical evacuation cover.
6 months validity on your passport (Indonesian Customs Department requirement).
YOU SHOULD BRING:
We recommend you pack the following:
Boards: size and shape is entirely personal. However, a good recommendation is to pack your regular/standard short board, as well as a step-up for the bigger days. If you can stretch your quiver to 3 boards, then a step down/fish style board is a popular choice, or if you are going to chase the bigger, barrelling days, another step-up or spare short board may be a good idea!
Surf Accessories: just the usual eg reliable leg ropes, fins, tropical wax, ding repair kit, booties, rash vest/surf t-shirt, Gath helmet and wetsuit if you intend on surfing One Palm (mandatory for anybody surfing One Palm).
Clothing: boardies and t-shirts should do it! With maybe a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
Entertainment: music, camera, a good book and surf mags (do they still exist?).
No mandatory vaccinations are required for this area of Indonesia, however we strongly recommend you consult your doctor for suitable medications, prescriptions and provisions appropriate for you. Standard travel vaccinations are always recommended. If your doctor recommends malaria medications please take note of any side effects of the medication they recommend as some are not suitable for the tropics especially those that make your eyes and skin hypersensitive to the sun.