Weather & Wardrobe


By Day: Mid 80’s / By Night: Mid 70’s

If you do get some rain on your trip to Mexico — Don’t panic! Tropical storms tend to come in short bursts and pass quickly.

Resort Dress Code

Casual | Bermudas (long shorts or Capri pants), sneakers/tennis shoes and sandals. Ladies must wear a bathing suit wrap or cover-up. No sleeveless shirts for men.

Casual Elegance | Sneakers/tennis shoes or dress sandals, dress shirts with short sleeves or collared shirts. No sleeveless shirts or flip-flops. Long pants required for men.

Beach Casual | Swim trunks, bathing suits and flip-flops accepted.

Formal | Men: long pants and collared shirts; dress shoes. Women: blouses, skirts, slacks or dresses; dress shoes.

Daytime Casual | Bathing suit cover-ups or shorts and tops and sandals required.

Resort Casual | Light slacks, bermudas (long shorts or capri pants), sneakers/tennis shoes and sandals. Ladies must wear a bathing suit wrap or cover-up. No sleeveless shirts for men.

Pool Casual | Bathing suits allowed. Cover-up and sandals (or flip flops) preferred.

What to Pack


  • Hand Sanitizer
  • All needed medications, including prescriptions, in their original, labeled containers
  • Sunglasses, eyeglasses, contacts, contact lens solution
  • Phone/Camera, portable power bank, and chargers
  • Jewelry and other valuables


  • Outerwear:
    • Lightweight layers: jacket, sweater, fleece or sweatshirt
  • Footwear:
    • Flip flops (for the pool) / sandals
    • Comfortable walking shoes
    • Gym shoes (for fitness activities and excursions as applicable)
    • Closed-toe shoes and/or dress sandals (for use in the evening)
  • Swimwear and cover-up
  • Insulated drink tumbler (to keep your drinks cold at the pool and beach)
  • Active wear for the gym and activities
  • Accessories for activities (backpack, golf clubs, etc)
  • Beach/pool bag
  • Sun hats, sun glasses and other accessories
  • Sunscreen, bug spray, toiletries and medications
  • For Men:
    • T-shirts / tank tops
    • Polo and/or other collared or button-down shirts
    • Shorts / pants / jeans
  • For Women:
    • T-shirts / tank tops / blouses
    • Skirts / dresses
    • Shorts / pants / jeans / leggings
  • Curling iron/straightener as applicable (The hotel will provide hair dryers.)

Currency Suggestion

Single dollar bills are extremely helpful when traveling to Mexico. Consider taking at least $100 in dollar bills (per couple) because they are perfect for additional gratuities should you choose to tip, and they are helpful in negotiating in the shopping areas. If you want to exchange money into local currency you can, but it is not necessary to do so..

The major credit cards—Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted in most large cities and tourist areas across Mexico. If you plan to use credit cards, it’s best to contact and notify your banks and/or card issuer that you will be traveling outside the United States. Some credit cards charge a foreign transaction fee for purchases made in foreign currency. Call the number on the back of your card or visit your personal online account to learn about your card’s benefits.