Spring break is here and as students get out of classes a lot of families are starting to prepare for vacation getaways. While I have many amazing memories of visiting Florida’s beaches, and hiking in the beautiful Arizona mountains I also have some pretty memorable sunburn stories too! LOL! Let me tell you that those were some painful lessons, and if I could go back in time I would have taken my portable umbrella and some sunscreen along with me!
Hopefully, you’ll learn a tip or two from my mistakes, and leave at the end of your vacation completely sunburn-free. Here are some of the top sun safety tips that have been tailored to the top two trips people will be taking this spring. With these tips in mind you will be able to lay out at the beach, and enjoy the Arizona hike sunburn free!
Hiking is a great spring break excursion that many families choose to take over break. While it’s great for your health to work up a sweat climbing the trails, it can also be dangerous because of the long hours exposed to the sun. Here are some suggestions that will keep you safe in the sun while you trek across the trails.
The beach is a fantastic vacation and most popular getaway for spring break. However, for many people it can be their time that year exposing themselves to the sun for hours. To keep sunburn at bay, remember to be sun savvy and plan ahead.
A portable umbrella for the beach gives you a fantastic option for staying out of the sun when you feel the rays start to burn your skin. It also allows you to be protected from the sun rays while enjoying the weather and sound of the waves. Don’t forget the sun rays are strongest between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm. Why not try an early morning or late afternoon trip? With these tips in mind you’ll be sure to stay cool and safe while enjoying yourself on the beach.