Swim Bambolim-Dona Paula

3,000.00 4 hours

A sea swim between Hawaii Beach at Dona Paula and Bambolim Beach. If the tide is rising, the swim starts at Dona Paula and ends at Bambolim. Otherwise in the opposite direction.
Distance: approx 5km
Approx time required: 2 to 4 hours
Available: 1 November 2017 to 15 May 2018
Click Here for Tide Timings.

Minimum Rs12,000 for up to six swimmers.
Maximum 10 swimmers.

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Description

A sea swim between Hawaii Beach at Dona Paula and Bambolim Beach.

The direction of this swim depends on the tide. If the tide is rising, the swim will start at Dona Paula and end at Bambolim. Otherwise it will be in the opposite direction. The swim is between Hawaii Beach and Bambolim Beach.
Click Here for Tide Timings.
Distance: approx 5km
Approx time required: 2 to 3 hours
Available: 1 November 2017 to 15 May 2018

Included
Group leader and guide
Accompanying boat
Pull float for safety
Snack Pack
Soft Drink
Mineral Water

Excluded
Transport to and from starting/ending point
Tips
Anything not in the included list

To bring
Camera (the boatman can take your photos)
Sun Screen lotion
Swimming Goggles
Spare set of Clothes
Rash vest or a thin T-shirt to wear while swimming (you can get easily sunburned)
Swimming gear
Towel
Footwear – Water shoes, canvas gym shoes or sandals with a strap at the back: Avoid leather footwear
If you wear spectacles, you may consider getting numbered swimming goggles

Refund Policy
Same Day: 100% deducted
Up to 24 hours: 75% deducted
Over 48 hours: 50% deducted

About Sea Swimming
The sea is like a mother. Her love and warmth knows no bounds, and her fury has no match. Treat her with respect. A Sea Swim is a long-distance swim in the sea. Adventure Breaks ensures you do it in safety, enjoy the experience and gain a sense of achievement. Sea swimmers are accompanied by a boat and/or by kayaks, depending on the number of swimmers in the group. Leading the group will be an experienced sea swimmer. The pace of swimming will be slow; it is an excursion, not a race.