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How to Pack for a Beach Honeymoon: 13 Things You Need to Take

Whether Bora Bora, Riviera Maya, or Hawaii — a beach honeymoon is on the wishlist for many brides. The warm sun on your face, the crystal clear water, and your first adventure as a couple sounds like the perfect getaway. Of course, it’s important to pack correctly, and here’s a practical list of what to pack for a beach honeymoon.

How to Pack for a Beach Honeymoon

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Whether a pair of sunglasses or sunscreen, we don’t want you to forget any of the essentials for your trip! Here is how to pack for a beach honeymoon and 13 things you need to take.

How to Pack for a Beach Honeymoon

1. Purchase a cute, new swimsuit.

Unless it storms and rains your entire honeymoon, you will likely be out having fun in the sun. Make sure to pack an adorable swimsuit to soak up the sun.

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2. Pack everything in a beach bag.

Use a practical tote to store your coverup, sunscreen, a good book, and anything else you plan to take with you to the beach. You can also use it as a day bag if you have something versatile.

3. Have an absorbent beach towel.

Some resorts give their guests towels, but it’s better to be safe and bring your own. Some thin beach towels can double as sarongs and coverups for extra convenience.

4. Look fresh by wearing waterproof makeup.

Whether you’re attending beach parties or want to look cute while soaking up the sun, waterproof makeup is your friend. It won’t run and will wear better in the heat.

5. Protect your hair and face with a beach hat.

Help protect your face from the sun and complete your stylish beach look with a sun hat. You can take it on the beach to help shield you from the sun’s rays or create a fun and casual look on the town.

Summer Hat for Honeymoon

6. Prep for the unexpected with rain gear.

Many sunny destinations get hit with afternoon showers. Therefore, make sure you have umbrellas and even a raincoat handy, so you don’t get caught in the rain.

7. Wear beach shoes while traveling.

The sand is hot and blistered feet aren’t going to make for a fun honeymoon. Many summer shoes — think slides and sandals — are perfect for traveling, too.

8. Take a multi-purpose coverup.

Whether grabbing a drink at the pool or walking the beach, make sure you have a coverup for the journey to and from your room. It can also double as a cardigan to keep you warm or a dress on a night out!

Beach Coverup for Honeymoon

9. Take trekking shoes for exploring.

While you might have plans of just soaking up the sun on the beach, make sure you pack a pair of shoes for adventuring. These could be for seeing the sights of the city, hiking, or anything else you have planned.

10. Plan to wear layers.

The idea of covering up might not be everyone’s cup of tea on a beach vacation. However, a jacket or shawl can keep you warm when the temperature suddenly drops at night. The ocean also tends to get windy in the evenings, and it’s best to plan for chilly temperatures.

11. Protect your eyes with sunglasses.

It will be bright outside so make sure you pack a pair of sunnies! The resort’s sunglasses will be overpriced if you forget yours at home.

12. Take sunscreen and aloe vera just in case.

Don’t let a slight sunburn ruin your trip! Make sure to pack plenty of sunscreen and aloe vera if you get burned.

13. Keep tech safe with a waterproof pouch.

You’ll need a pouch to hold your wet bathing suit if you have to travel to the beach or change without going to your room. You can also use it to hold your phone and other things you don’t want to get wet.

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If you’re planning a beach honeymoon, don’t forget to take properly pack for a beach honeymoon! Our suggestions can be a lifesaver on any beach trip, no matter where you are heading.

Pack for a Beach Honeymoon

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