Cash: Cash is King! Caribbean countries typically use their own currencies, though several tourist destinations accept U.S. dollars encouraging American travelers to visit.
Beach attire: This is a must! Don’t forget to bring covers, t-shirts and swimsuits.
Dinner attire: Most of the resorts have dress codes: Semi-formal beach wear; Men should bring a pair of long pants and closed-toe shoes; Women should bring summer dress or pair of slacks
Water shoes: beach activities, hiking Dunn’s River Falls having closed-toed slip on water shoes for protecting your feet from rocks and coral. Water socks for all water and sand activities
Comfortable/ versatile shoes: Dress up or down to wear to dinner or sightseeing
Sunglasses: A good pair of (polarized) sunglasses will protect your eyes even on overcast days
Hat: It will provide much needed shade full force Caribbean sunny days
Insulated Tumbler: This work for cruising and all-inclusive resorts. You are able to store several drinks and pour into tumbler saving time being spent in line at the bar. Stainless Steel Double Wall Water Bottle
Waterproof pouch: You are surround by water in the Caribbean. So protect and your goods: cell, monies, room key, credit card. JOTO Universal Waterproof Pouch
Sunscreen: At least SPF 30; sweat- and water-resistant SPF and reapply every time you come out of the water!
Bug repellent: Get a good bug repellent to keep the mosquitoes and sand flies from annoying and biting: Internet search for beach bag
Beach bag/Back Pack: You will be at the beach – that is a given. So a good beach bag is a necessity.
Jamaica Travel Advisory: The State Department Travel advisory
Other items: Dry snacks like granola bars or nuts; Travel size Medication Kit, and Surge Protector.