What clothes to bring to the Central Pacific

What clothes to bring to the Central Pacific

In Jacó Beach we do not have winter or 4 seasons like in other places in the world. What locals call winter, is a time where it is 75 F instead of 90F and there may be rainfall for a couple of hours during the day.

The most convenient, then, is that they come with light, light clothes, easy to dry and that allows them to be comfortable. Long pants, unless they are very elegant and want to get dressed to go out at night, can leave them at home.

As essential, you have to bring swimsuits, shorts, a coat and plan that one or more changes per day. (It is very hot and humid) Short sleeve shirts, fresh blouses, dressed up and shoes: sandals that can get wet and maybe a pair of tennis to go to the mountains, run or leave later.

We recommend cotton underwear, accessories to tie your hair, sarongs, beach outings and sunglasses, especially in the months between December and April that the sky is brighter.

A raincoat can save them from getting wet, since it is not cold, the rain does not slow down the walks or the walks. A repellent for those sensitive to mosquitoes, mandatory sunscreen or a good hat that covers us a little and doesn´t  end up suffering from sun burns at night.

Binoculars and cameras are always important, especially when listening to the cry of the scarlet macaws that warn when they pass, and really for any time since in our town has beautifu fauna and flora in all corners.

Extra tip: Self-sealing bags can save the phone from getting wet, it protects it from the same sand, or you can even use it for wet or dirty clothes.
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