A territory of the United States with the climate of the Caribbean, Puerto Rico is a dream come true for those who fancy exotic beaches, lush rainforests and rich history. Your trip needs to be as refreshing as possible, and so, you need a perfect guide to help you pack.
Without further ado, let’s get packing!
Best Luggage for your Trip
Whether you are taking a cruise to Puerto Rico, participating in extreme sports, or just want to chill by the beach, you would want to opt for light travel packing. You may take whatever is necessary and organize in time so you don’t get flustered at the 11th hour.
Best Time to Travel to Puerto Rico
March to July is the most suitable time to visit there, as hurricane season is at bay. You can also avoid peak season so flights and accommodation are a bit cheaper.
There’s so much to do at this amazing place; beaches to visit, hiking at El Yunque, spending a night on a luxurious cruise. Here’s some inspiration for what to wear in Puerto Rico:
Do you need a reason for packing super cute swimsuits? Puerto Rico is giving you plenty of amazing ones: it’s surrounded by water, and there are many beautiful beaches to spend your days. Time to look for the best fit then.
You would want to pack shorts…a lot of them! And if you are a surfer, jet-skier, or just love being at the beach with your special someone, this is your green signal to get the best swimwear!
More clothing essentials to add to your list:
- 2 to 3 tank tops
- 1 long pant or jeans
- 1 long-sleeved shirt
- 2 pairs of sandals- one casual and one you can dress up
- 1 pair of comfortable sneakers
- 5 to 7 pairs of underwear and socks
- 1 cocktail dress (women) or sports coat (men)
Some other necessities you need to take care of:
- Sunglasses, hats or caps
- Deodorants, sunblock, mosquito repellents
- Toiletries and first aid kit
- Adapters and portable chargers
Skincare Essentials for the Caribbean Climate
Since Puerto Rico’s weather is mostly humid, it’s important to be careful about picking the right kind of sunscreens for humid weather. Mosquito repellents are also a life-saver because you might be spending a lot of time outdoors surrounded by water. Also, speaking of outdoors, adventure-proof long-lasting deodorants might come in handy to ward off excessive sweating.
Puerto Rico is the place to be if you are looking for a trip that is buoyant and full of energy, the kind of trip that exhilarates you and pulls out all the negative energy and exhaustion of your daily routines. The best part about it is full of life cities, small villages, and breezy beaches. The weather is almost always perfect, all the more reason for you to go there soon.