If you have booked through Club Med you may purchase your dive package at that time. Otherwise, when you arrive at the Club, go to the Lounge next to the main bar at 7 PM and the SCUBA team will be there to help you. You can pay for your dive package and get all the information as to when/where/what...then. Once you arrive and get settled, be sure and stop by Reception to leave a Credit Card imprint so you can receive a Club Med "White" Card that you use in the Village to charge, (diving/Boutique/Photos, etc.). You will need that card to pay for the diving and you will save yourself and the SCUBA Team time if you get it before meeting with the Team at 7. You may also get more information when you attend the orientation meeting after your arrival. If you are certified, you should bring evidence of your certification, (your card) with you as well as your logbook. If you have a North American Passport, (Canada/U.S.), you would not need a medical statement; however, if you take any medications or have any medical issues, you should bring an RSTC, (Recreational SCUBA Training Council) Medical form that has been filled out and signed off by your physician. This is likely the same form you filled out when you first started learning to dive. It is good for one year. If you find you need to bring this form, go ahead and also bring a copy so you can give it to the SCUBA Team. Again, you will save them time and steps in having this ready.
Years ago Club Med used to have a few Sea-n-Sea MX 35mm underwater cameras, but I don't believe they have them anymore or available for rental. I believe they do have disposable snorkling type, (up to 5 meter) cameras in the boutique...but your best bet is to bring your own. There are single focus disposable 35mm cameras available that are good to 100 ft./32M.
Have fun and Dive Safe!
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