3 Tips For Comfortably Traveling To A Humid Destination

While traveling anywhere can be an exciting adventure, if you’re going to a humid locale that you’re not used to being in, you might be in for a rude awakening the moment you step off the plane and into that environment. However, if you’re properly packed and prepared, you can have a comfortable and enjoyable time despite the heat and humidity you might be experiencing.

To help you see how this can be done, here are three tips for comfortably traveling to a humid destination. 

Make Smart Clothing Choices

If you know that the place you’re going to be traveling to is more humid than you’re used to, you’re going to need to pack accordingly. 

First of all, you’ll want to make sure you pack some plastics or zippered bags so that you can keep anything that’s wet away from anything in your suitcase that’s dry. Aside from this, it’s best to pack flowy, thin, and light-colored clothing when traveling somewhere humid. You should also try to wear clothing made from materials that will wick moisture away from your body and that can dry fairly quickly if they do become wet. 

By following all these guidelines when choosing what to fill your suitcase with, you’ll be able to stay cooler, fresher, and drier than you might have otherwise been. 

Stay Somewhere With Air Conditioning

When you’re going to be staying somewhere with hot, humid weather, you’re going to want somewhere that you can go to get out of that environment. Because of this, it’s vital that you find a hotel or other place to stay that has air conditioning

Before you book your room or other accommodations, you might want to call just to make sure that the air conditioning in the place is working and working well. This can make a huge difference in being able to cool off, sleep well, and reset after a long day of being out in the hot, sticky sun. 

Pack The Right Accessories

Certain accessories that you can bring along with you can also make a big difference in how cool and fresh you’re able to stay in a hot and humid city. 

First of all, you’ll want to pack enough sunscreen to protect you from the harsh sun in that locale. Along with this, pack something that can keep the hair off of your neck if you have long hair. And for any toiletries that you have, be sure to keep them all in an air-tight container so that none of the moisture from outside is able to get in and ruin them. 

If you’re going to be visiting a humid location soon, consider using the tips mentioned above to help you survive this environment without overheating or getting entirely too sweaty.

Krissy Georgiadis

Written by Krissy Georgiadis

Law graduate and wanderlust sufferer. I like rum and beaches.