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What to Expect on a Dunia Baru Liveaboard Adventure

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Dunia Baru Liveaboard

Are you planning your first liveaboard trip to Wakatobi? Congratulations! Wakatobi island is a remote treasure chest of unspoiled pristine beauty. The best way to experience Wakatobi is by Dunia Baru liveaboard. Dunia Baru is a majestic boat with plenty of old-world charm, with perfect attention paid to every detail.  This liveaboard combines modern amenities and sophisticated touches you’d expect from a luxury yacht. Like any other holiday, there’s plenty of things that you need to know before you go. You’ve probably got a few thousand questions when it comes to what you should expect on an onboard adventure.

Packing for a Dunia Baru liveaboard

Liveaboard holiday offers lots of different destinations and activities. Packing for Dunia Baru liveaboard always involves taking more clothes than you would for a normal holiday. But with limited space for luggage, your packing for a liveaboard trip isn’t exactly the same as packing for another fantastic holiday. Make sure to bring the bare essentials for a liveaboard holiday to be prepared for the activities, destinations, and weather you may encounter. You are going to be on a liveaboard in the open sea with no access to any shops with the average for a week.

Make sure that you are week prepared for everything you might need for the duration of the liveaboard trip. Don’t forget to pack medicines you”ll need for the whole trip. Make sure to include sun protection, seasickness tablets, and basic first aid. Here are some clothes to pack for your liveaboard trip: swimsuits, a pair of flip flops, a set of warm clothes, hat, sunglasses, and toiletries. You definitely wouldn’t want to miss a perfect picture during your liveaboard adventure. Make sure to bring the camera with you!

 Dunia Baru liveaboard

Sea sickness and how to prevent it

Motion sea sickness is hardly fatal, but with symptoms such as vomiting and nausea, it can certainly put a damper on your liveaboard fun. Exhaustion and dehydration can all play a part when it comes to seasickness on the boat. Make sure to drink plenty of water during this trip and avoid overly spick and greasy foods. That’s why you need to pack seasickness tablets, just in case you start to feel unwell. If you feel ill, go to the upper deck then breathe fresh air and try to focus on the horizon.

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Eat, dive, sleep, repeat!

Dunia Baru Liveaboard holidays are all about eating, diving, snorkeling, sleeping, relaxing a bit more, and repeat. Take a chance on an exciting adventure and explore this stunning island. Hone your underwater skills, enjoy the cool sea breezes on the liveaboard and meet new people. With a liveaboard, you have the chance to explore the amazing places you can’t get to on a day trip. You can’t go wrong with a liveaboard holiday!

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