Note: Required items are BOLDED
1) Passport (required : *must be valid & 6 months or more from expiration * no visa needed for US citizens)
2) Beach Towel
3) Terrestrial Flashlight
4) Snorkel gear – mask, snorkel, fins
Masks should be tested for fit. A mask fits if it can be held in place by creating a vacuum between
mask and face. Try it on to make sure it is a good fit. Perhaps even test it out in a pool.
Masks are available through most dive shops with prescription lenses- when you
travel all this way doesn’t it make sense to see everything? But an old spare pair of glasses with
arms are broken off can sometimes be put into a mask.
Extra Money for souvenirs, postcards, etc.
5) Money: $1.00US = $2.00BZ
6) Prescription medications
7) Sun Block
8) Insect Repellent
9) Sun Glasses
11) Rain coat
12) High energy snacks (?chocolate?)
13) Notebook & Pen
14) Recommended books
15) Over the counter medications- Dramamine, Advil, etc.
walking shoes, shoes to wear in water, bathing suits, long pants, long sleeve shirt, jacket,
shorts, T-shirts, something that will allow you to cover up in water -e.g. old long sleeved
shirt and pants, body suit. This may become necessary in cases of sunburn or on some night
especially “C” batteries for dive light/ Please bring 4 C batteries per person for night snorkel
21) Zip lock plastic bags-
keep stuff dry or wet, protects equipment from atmospheric moisture & keeps ants out of snacks.
22) Sense of Humor
- Pack your carry on so that you have what you need for a day or two if the airline “misplaces” your bags.
- Pack mask and snorkel in your carry on bag, maybe even your fins if they fit.
- If diving: Bring SCUBA gear, excluding tank and weights.