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How To Stay Cool On Your Vanuatu Break

The Vanuatu climate is balmy and lovely, but during the wet season, Efate is no stranger to humidity, which can take some getting used to, especially if you’re planning a very active break. With this in mind, take a look at the tips below and stay cool, calm and collected during your stay at our Port Vila accommodation.

Clothing

Choose lightweight clothes (cotton is best) that is lightweight and allows the skin to breathe. For maximum coolness, darker colours are best avoided as they absorb more sunlight and heat. If you have fair skin, a hat and sunscreen is advised even when it is overcast because the sun can still be deceptively strong. Put a good hat top of your travel list for your next trip to our accommodation Vanuatu!

Limit Activity During The Hottest Part Of The Day

From hiking to jet skiing, horse riding and much more, you’ll never run out of things to do at our Port Vila accommodation. On hotter days however, it make sense to limit your exposure to the sun, especially at midday. If you’re planning a tour or day out, try to limit strenuous activity during this time and head for the shade. Research shows that even a few hours spent in an air conditioned space can help keep your body cool for as much as two hours once you return to the hot streets outside.

Stay Hydrated

This one is so obvious, but it’s worth repeating. Purchase a portable water bottle and sip on water throughout the day – don’t wait until you actually feel thirsty. The best way to stay healthy and energised on high humidity days at our holiday resort Vanuatu is to make sure your body is optimally hydrated.

Book your stay at our Port Vila accommodation now and start planning your break today!

 
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