You’re on holiday after all, so why not!? We visit local restaurants for an evening meal on nights 3, 4, 8, 9, 10 & 11, so it’s a good idea to have something nice to wear out to dinner. They’re not super formal occasions, so you could say the dress code is smart casual. Gents – no ties or dinner jackets required, but covered shoes are a good idea. Ladies – comfortable footwear and covered shoulders are advisable, evenings can cool off quickly.
Because evening meals on the Coromandel leg of the journey are served in a fully covered, semi-enclosed, alfresco dining space we recommend an extra layer. There are outdoor heaters, soft lighting, comfortable seats and full height rain screens.