The World Swimsuit team has been to many tropical destinations over the years. Whether it be the Maldives, Seychelles, Thailand or anywhere else, it is essential to know what to pack and do when travelling to such destinations. Below are some tips and things to keep in mind when hitting up the sand and surf of some of the world’s most beautiful islands.
What to Have With You When Travelling
While you will almost will always need your passport, sometimes you might require other documentation. Some destinations require visitors to purchase tourist’s cards or visas upon arrival which can be bought at a small fee. Other places require you to pay exit fees as well and don’t forget your driver’s license should you need to rent a car.
What to Wear and What Not to Wear
Try and avoid camouflage clothing at all costs as in some places this can be illegal and deemed disrespectful in certain territories. You can never have enough swimsuits since some countries are quite humid and you might need to change more than once a day. Check what is considered appropriate attire beforehand as some destinations are conservative in the dress sense.
For Your Health and Safety
Tropical whether can mean having the time of your life but also means little insects which can may sour your trip. Be sure to pack insect repellent, and preferably the local kinds as they tend to be more effective to those certain bugs. Of course, sun block and water is essential on these trips as you’ll no doubt be sunbathing and spending time exploring your little paradise.
Water Sports and Activities
Many of the places you will be staying at no matter what tropical destination, all offer water-based activities. Whether its scuba diving, snorkelling or any other fun activity, be sure that you are prepared and follow instructions from the professionals. You’re on holiday so we want to avoid any accidents or injuries. Keeping this mind, it won’t hurt to research what hospitals are near your resort.
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