Everything Else

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Light weight shorts

Keep it neutral on the bottom, so everything goes with everything and all can be worn on multiple days with washing.

Casual Skirts

As with the shorts, keep it neutral on the bottom, so everything goes with everything and all can be worn on multiple days with washing.

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A lightweight dress or two.

Something you can roll up and put in your bag.  Nothing that needs ironing or dry cleaning.  Something that can take you out in the evening or work as a cover up for your bathing suit on a sailing trip.

Two or three bathing suits.

Make sure to bring one that feels sturdy.  You don’t want to don a beaded strapless number for snorkeling or diving…

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Flip flops that are decent for walking on the beach and running around town.

 If you’re planning to ride a bike or go cavetubing or a Maya site trek, some wet-dry shoes or sandals.

There are some great new looking sneakers these days for water.

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Beach Cover-up/Towel.

I like something relatively thin/quick to dry AND something that is beautiful AND something that doubles as a wrap.  Turkish towels are PERFECT for all of that. 

We have bugs in Belize.  Less to none in the dry months, more in the wet months so bring Bug Spray.

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Sun block – Something serious for your face and chest/shoulders, 30+SPF.  You are going to need more than the tiny travel sizes.  Don’t skimp.  While you can buy it here, it’s EXPENSIVE and may be that gloppy white kind…that stays white all day. My fave is Sun Bum as it’s reef friendly.

Sunglasses and case (super fine sand wreaks havoc on them)