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Please provide your full name, nationality and passport number upon booking.
Please confirm your arrival on Gili Trawangan as soon as you arrive at our office on the main beach road out side of Gili Hostel to complete paperwork, this can be no later than 24 hours before departure.
To join the expedition you must already be a qualified Reef Check Eco Diver, this course can be arranged before departure and takes 4 days to complete.
What you need to bring
Bring a pair of shorts, a couple of tops, 1 jumper, 1 light weight long trousers, 1 light weight long sleeved top, swim wear, sunglasses, hat, sun cream, towel, sarong, camera, book.
Also bring extra money for additional land activities and alcoholic drinks.
- English (Fluent)
A brother and sister duo, we moved to the Philippines in 2009 to build a traditional Filipino bangka boat. Constructed completely from scratch (we went out to the jungle and picked out 3 trees sanctioned by the department for Natural Resources!) with a team of 4 local carpenters, 1 head boat builder and 2 power tools (1 chain saw and 1 electric sander) along with the help and support of a whole community, we launched into sea within 10 months.
We spent the next 6 months cruising the coastline through The Philippines to Borneo, over to Malaysia, Singapore, Java and finally to Gili Trawangan where we have made our home.
Having lived and travelled by boat over the last few years, we can both safely say that there is no better way to travel! Waking up in the morning and diving off the boat, swimming over what feels like your own private reef, sleeping out on deck under the stars, meeting locals who very rarely (if ever) see travellers, buying fish off local fishermen and discovering lagoons and waterfalls. An experience as unmatchable as it is unforgettable for anyone with a love of the sea and a sense of adventure, this is what we base our trips on!
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