If you’ve ever been to a tropical location before this, you’ll most likely understand the need for our list of essentials below. After all, everyone wants to feel relaxed and happy before and during their vacation, so it’s pretty important to know just what to bring along. Before you get unnecessarily stressed out over how and what to pack, just take a look at our packing list to get a better idea:
Forget bringing along shoes that take forever to clean and dry. After all, you’ll be entering a hot (and sometimes rainy) area, so open-toed footwear is the most popular kind. If you intend to hit the beach, flip-flops, sandals and even sneakers are a good option. However, if you’re looking for something slightly dressier, men can opt for boat shoes while women can choose from a wide variety of flats and wedges.
Sunscreen or Suntan Lotion
Have you ever been horrified by stories of extreme sunburned skin? Well, rather than setting yourself up to be the next victim, you should always take enough precaution to protect your body from constant sun exposure by getting a strong enough sunscreen. However, if you’re looking to soak up and get tan with tropical rays, you should instead opt for a suntan lotion that can also provide your skin with a good moisturizing touch.
Sunglasses serve the practical purpose of shading our eyes from the harsh sun and allows us to enjoy the view in front of us. If your shades come with SPF protection, all the better because when you’re having fun in the sun, the last thing you’ll want to worry about is damaging your eyes. If you’re not fussy about the type of options available, you’ll be glad to know that shades can easily be bought from most places.
Temperatures can soar during the daytime, and you wouldn’t want to be sweating buckets in your outfit throughout the entire duration. One good thing about most lightweight clothing like linen, cotton and khaki is that it’s also a lot more breathable, making humid climates a lot more bearable. If you intend to wash and reuse your clothing, it’s also good to pack items that dry fast and wicks sweat away easily.
This isn’t something that everyone prefers, but for those with a sensitive scalp (or little to no hair on top), putting on a hat is a much safer and comfortable option. There are plenty of styles available for you to choose from, and if you’re looking for even more coverage, you can always opt for a wide-brimmed one. However, if hats really aren’t your thing, you can also make do with a thin scarf too.
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