12 Smart Tips for Happy and Enjoyable Beach Vacation
We are all the beach lover!!! So we will go to beach all the time.
The followings are some smart tips
for us to have more happy and enjoyable beach vacation:
Bring Baby Powder when going on a beach vacation. Sprinkle it on the skin and any clinging sand will fall right off.
Put your aloe vera gel in the fridge. Pure aloe vera gel is awesome for soothing any kind of burns or stings that you might get at the beach. It’s even better when it’s chilled, because it takes away any kind of pain in a few seconds. Try storing your aloe vera in the refrigerator and take it out right before you go to the shore.
Store your electronics in plastic bags. Turn to a trusty zip-lock plastic baggie and never worry about it getting soaked or sandy again.
Pack a small spray bottle filled with vinegar in the beach bag. If anyone gets stung by a jellyfish, vinegar takes the sting out.
Keep their eyes open for coupon booklets in our hotel lobby and at the entrances to restaurants and attractions. Whenever go away to a popular beach town. There is discounts for meals and sightseeing which adding up to quite a lot of savings.
Buy a small inflatable baby pool filled the pool with a few inches of water when going to beach with toddler. It is easy to keep an eye on toddler while they play.
Bring the fitted sheet to the beach. We’ve all had the annoyance of trying to keep a beach towel planted firmly on the sand. Instead of wrestling with your towel, use a fitted sheet instead. The corners of the fitted sheet can be propped up with a cooler, shoes, etc. That way, the fitted sheet will not only lie flat in the sand, but it will also have some edges with height that can keep you a little more secure.
Get blanket corner holders. Not into the idea of bringing one of your fitted sheets to the seashore? Try getting blanket corner holders instead. You can push them into the sand and then clip them the edges of your beach blanket. You’ll never worry about it flipping over unceremoniously again!
Bring along lots of water. Staying hydrated at the beach is an absolute must, so bring along lots of bottles of water. If you don’t have a cooler or don’t plan on bringing one, store some of the water bottles in the freezer for a while. They’ll stay nice and cool longer throughout the time you’re at the beach.
Try not to fall asleep.Napping at the beach can seem like the perfect thing to do, but it can lead to serious sunburn. If you’re going to allow yourself some shut-eye, always make sure you’re under an umbrella or in a cabana.
Don’t drink alcohol. While a cold beer can seem like a huge treat at the beach, it can quickly sap you of your hydration levels.
Bring cheap sunglasses to the beach. Don’t bring your $200+ sunglasses to the beach — buy some cheaper versions instead. Cheaper sunglasses should always offer the same amount of UVA and UVB protection, but they’ll be constructed of flimsier materials. If you lose your inexpensive sunglasses, you won’t be as concerned as if you lost your pricier ones!