When you go parasailing in Hawaii, you’re going to want to wear a bathing suit, life jacket, towel and sunscreen. These are essential items that every person should bring with them on their parasailing trip.
The bathing suit is necessary because it will keep you safe if something happens while parasailing. If the boat capsizes or there are other issues with the equipment, you’ll want to be wearing a bathing suit so that you don’t get injured.
Wear a bathing suit
You should wear a bathing suit.
A bathing suit that fits well and is comfortable, appropriate for the weather and water temperature, appropriate for the activity and time of day.
If you want to wear a bathing suit, the best thing to do is to find one that fits well and is comfortable. If the weather or water temperature are too cold for your comfort level, then look into wearing something else.
Wear a life jacket
If you’re parasailing in Hawaii, you’ll be required to wear a life jacket. The life jackets are provided by the company and are safe and comfortable. They’re not like a life preserver or a vest; they’re more like regular jackets with no arms so that you can’t get tangled up in them during your flight.
Bring a towel
A towel is a great thing to bring with you on vacation. You can use it to dry off after snorkeling or parasailing, or even just hanging out at the beach or swimming pool. I would recommend bringing two different types of towels: one for drying off and one for sitting on (both during activities and after). The best kind of towel for sitting is probably going to be something like this [link] because they’re so soft and smooth!
Bring a waterproof camera
There are a lot of waterproof cameras on the market, but it’s important to remember that they’re not all created equal. In fact, there are some very specific things you need to consider before deciding which waterproof camera will work best for your needs. Here are some tips:
- If you have an older or non-waterproof camera, don’t worry! You can still bring it with you on the parasailing trip if you follow these steps carefully:
- Store it in a Ziploc bag filled with rice or corn starch (this will prevent condensation from building up inside and causing damage).
- * Make sure everything is turned off before putting it in the bag (so no accidentally turning something on during transit).
- * If possible, bring along an extra battery pack just in case this happens anyway. To be safe when doing so though always check with us first as we cannot guarantee safe passage for lithium batteries due to potential fire hazards from charging inside plastic bags full of water!
Don’t wear jewelry
Although you will likely be wearing your best clothes during your parasailing adventure, it’s important to keep in mind that the water is going to get into your outfit. The last thing you want is for some of that saltwater from the ocean and lake soaking into your jewelry and acting as a corrosive agent on it. This could damage or destroy any piece of jewelry you have, so it’s best to avoid wearing them altogether if possible.
Instead, opt for a stylish watch with a leather band for men or women (just make sure the clasp isn’t too delicate). You can also wear a bracelet that has some weight to it—the heavier the bracelet, the less likely it is to get caught on anything while in flight or when landing back down on earth again!
When it comes to sunscreen, there are many different brands and types out there. The trick is finding one that works for you. Here are a few tips:
- Choose something with “broad spectrum” coverage. This means the sunscreen protects against UVA and UVB rays, which can cause skin cancer and premature aging.
- Look for an SPF of 30 or higher—and keep in mind that SPF numbers don’t tell the whole story. For example, an SPF rating of 100 doesn’t mean you’ll be protected from twice as much sun damage compared to someone wearing a lower number—it just means that your skin will be able to handle longer amounts of time exposed to UV radiation (an average adult should reapply every two hours). Plus, some people may need more protection than others due to lighter skin tones or other factors like body weight or medication use (this is why dermatologists often recommend thicker lotions with high percentages).
- Make sure you’re applying enough! The FDA recommends at least one ounce of sunscreen applied evenly over all exposed areas 15 minutes before going outside—so make sure you apply enough on each leg and arm as well as under your chin/neckline if applicable while keeping in mind what side effects certain ingredients may present later down the road such as stinging eyes when getting splashed by waves while parasailing
When you go parasailing, bring a bathing suit, life jacket, towel, and sunscreen.
When you go parasailing, bring a bathing suit, life jacket, towel and sunscreen.
- Wear a bathing suit that dries quickly. You don’t want to catch a chill as you’re waiting for your turn to go parasailing in Hawaii.
- Wear a life jacket so you can enjoy the ride without worrying about drowning! Plus, if something goes wrong with the boat or other equipment—and it doesn’t happen often—the life jackets will help keep everyone safe until they can be rescued by the Coast Guard or another emergency response team.
- Bring an extra towel for drying off after getting back on dry land again (because who wants to put on wet clothes?), plus any personal items like keys or sunglasses that may have fallen into the water during the ride (the guides will do their best not to lose anything). If anyone gets seasick while they’re on board then they’ll have something clean available when they return home too!
Parasailing is a fun activity that everyone should try at least once. If you are heading to Hawaii and want to parasail, make sure you wear the proper attire so that you can enjoy the experience fully.