The below information is available in a downloadable PDF to print out and help when your packing….




  • All travel documents: Passports, Airline tickets, Travel Insurance Information and Itineraries.
  •  Cash. Indonesia Rupiah, $AUD or $US. You will need cash for your Indonesian Visa on arrival ($US35), Indonesian Airport Departure Tax and any personal items purchased during your stay at Resort Latitude Zero. Please note that Visa & MasterCard are not available at Resort Latitude Zero.
  •  2 x colour photocopies of your passport photo page. This is required to be handed into Reception on check-in at Resort Latitude Zero. Local Port Authorities and Police require these to register you as a visitor / tourist in the region.
  •  Boards (2 to 3 are recommended to suit various conditions)
  •  2 or 3 pairs of board shorts
  • T-shirts
  •  Long loose pants & shirt
  • Booties (Reef/surfing)
  • Spare leg ropes
  • Long or short sleeve rash shirts
  • Tropical surf wax
  • Spare fins & keys
  • Sunscreen / Zinc & lip balm 30+
  • Beach Towel
  • Sunglasses (a backup pair is always a good idea)
  • iPod and charger
  • Insect repellent
  • Sun hat
  • Toiletries
  • Light spray jacket
  • Books & magazines (Resort Latitude Zero has a selection, but you may wish to bring your own)
  • Camera, chargers and adapters
  • Soft board cover (day cover) to protect your board from impact, sun & wax damage whilst on boat transfers to breaks
  • 16-32GB USB data storage device (to collect any images we shoot on your trip)
  • Personal medication, antibiotics and malaria medication from your Doctor.


Resort Latitude Zero has a well-stocked First Aid Kit for all minor and major emergencies.


    Come on a journey aboard the fully-equipped 60’ timber sloop Nomad which frequents some of the finest lefts and rights Indonesia has to offer. The Nomad is all about surfing, adventure and sharing the stoke.

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    She is a magnificent 84 foot timber sloop, custom built for the sole purpose of searching for waves.

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