Attire

Plan the perfect outfits

Casual and resort-casual attire will be appropriate for your stay. A light jacket or sweater is recommended for cooler evening activities and air-conditioned restaurants. Don’t forget to pack a comfortable pair of walking shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, and a hat.

Casual

Men

  • Shorts, swim shorts, khakis or jeans
  • T-shirts
  • Sneakers or sandals

Women

  • Shorts, skorts, skirts, sundresses, capris, khakis or jeans
  • Swimwear with a cover-up
  • T-shirts or tank tops
  • Sneakers or sandals

Resort Wear

Men

  • Bermuda-length shorts, khakis or jeans
  • Polo-style or button-down shirts
  • Closed-toe shoes or sandals

Women

  • Shorts, skirts, cotton dresses, capris, khakis or jeans
  • Blouses or knit shirts
  • Sandals or flats

Luggage — Size

Your luggage must meet the size limitations set by your airline. Check your airline’s website for specific details. In general, the following guidelines apply:

Carry-on Allowance

One piece of luggage and one personal item (purse or briefcase):*

  • Size: Maximum of 9 in. x 14 in. x 22 in. (or 45 linear inches – length + width + height)

Checked Allowance

Limitations per piece:

  • Size: Maximum of 62 linear inches (length + width + height)
  • Weight: Maximum of 50 pounds

* The airline carry-on restrictions do not apply to medical supplies and equipment. Travelers with disabilities and medical conditions can visit the TSA website to find out what to expect during airport screening and flying.

Luggage — Fees

Most airlines allow you to pay baggage fees when you check in online or at the airport. Here are general guidelines for fees charged by the airlines:

Carry-on Fee

  • Most Airlines: Free
  • Spirit, Allegiant, and Frontier Airlines: Fees vary by type of fare purchased; check with the airline directly

Checked Fee

  • First Checked Bag: $20 – $45 (Free on Southwest)
  • Second Checked Bag: $30 – $55 (Free on Southwest)
  • Additional Bags: $75 – $100
  • Overweight Bags: Pricey, with fees varying by weight and destination

* The airline carry-on restrictions do not apply to medical supplies and equipment. Travelers with disabilities and medical conditions can visit the TSA website to find out what to expect during airport screening and flying.

Luggage — Packing Tips

Follow these tips for packing your carry-on and checked luggage:

Carry-on

  • 3-1-1 Guidelines for Liquids: 3-ounce containers in 1 clear 1-quart zip-top bag.
  • Medication and Valuables: Always carry these with you. Keep medication in its original container and declare it to security officers.
  • Restricted Items: Knives, box cutters, scissors, and lighters are not allowed in carry-on luggage.
  • Prepare Ahead: Pack a change of clothes in your carry-on.

Checked

  • Locking Luggage: If you do not use a TSA-approved lock, the TSA has the lawful authority to break it.
  • Contact Info: Leave your name and telephone number in each bag.
  • Finding your Luggage: Make your bags easily identifiable.
  • Baggage-Claim Receipts: Keep these with you.
  • Pack Smart: If you have a travel partner, split your items up between luggage. Then, you’ll both have the items you need if a bag is delayed

* The airline carry-on restrictions do not apply to medical supplies and equipment. Travelers with disabilities and medical conditions can visit the TSA website to find out what to expect during airport screening and flying.

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