Things to Prepare for Rainy Sailing On Komodo Boat Charter

Please follow and like us:
0

Sometimes you can’t just choose the prime time to go into Komodo and embark into those sailing experience. We are all aware that not everyone is lucky to get the chance for all sunny Komodo trips, and sometimes life left you that little slot of time on the most unpopular time of the year to travel. On one side, shoulder season gives cheaper deals that will save a lot of budget. On the other side, however, those shoulder seasons often falls on less-sunny time in Komodo.

Most of Komodo boat charter operators are closed during the heaviest rainfall season, which falls during late January to March. Bad weather makes the sea goes rough, and you should avoid sailing during these time at all cost. Before the rainy weather really kick in, however, a lot of trip are still operating—since the rain might just last for a few hour of the day. And it might be your trip.

So here’s a little tips on what to bring if your chance to visit the Komodo happened to fall during the wet season. The key of sailing in rainy season is layering your clothes. Start with thin clothes and work your way to thicker piece. This way, you can easily remove or add up clothes and get comfortable anytime. 

Things to Prepare for Rainy Sailing with Komodo Boat Charter

What to Pack to Komodo Boat Charter Trip On Wet Season

Raining coat

if your vacancy term falls in rainy months, rainy coat should be among the first thing to pack. Pick a lightweight yet durable rain coat, possibly with bright colour to make it easier to see under the rain.

Windbreaker

Windbreaker should be on your on-the-go whenever you are packing for a trip to tropical country, Choose waterproof windbreaker that can endure light rain during the hiking part.

Flip Flops 

You don’t want to slip on your Komodo boat charter when it’s extra wet from the rain, so bringing a rubber sandals will be really helpful. Actually, rubber sandals are always helpful on any season in tropical destination—they are easy to slip on, they are quick to dry, and once it dry, you can easily shake those little grain of beach sands off the sandals. 

Thick Trekking Shoes

If you plan to do trekking on several islands around Komodo Island, however, prepare to bring thick trekking shoes along. Or shoes that you don’t mind to get muddy. Because the trek will get muddy from the rain.

Big Plastic Bags

Cover your backpacks, shoes, camera bag, and any other essential things with plastic bags. You need that to keep your stuffs stay dry.

Books

If you are booking a trip during the wet season, you should come prepared to get one or two trip cancelled due to the rain. In times like this, prepare a good book to keep you accompanied while you are cozying up in your Komodo boat charter comfy cabin, waiting for the rain to pass.

On a side note, there’s something assuring when you are travelling with Komodo boat charter on rainy season, though. With less people on board, you can make sure that the crew is putting their main priority to your comfort and safety.