As the weather warms up, the options for outdoor fun get more limited for family fun. However, the beach is a perfect place to cool off from summer heat and have some fun. There are so many wonderful beaches all around us and lots with built in facilities such as bathrooms and lifeguards.
Get ready for a fun day to the beach with this perfect Beach Tent, the perfect way to provide shade from the hot sun no matter which beach you visit. A bit of shade makes beach going bearable during the summer months.
Here are the other beach essentials to make it a perfect family day out:
The perfect sun safe swim suit with a built in hat (no more lost hats or hats blowing away), with UV protection to keep your child’s sensitive skin safe.
This is the perfect set of beach toys to take with you, simple enough to pop in a beach bag whilst leaving endless opportunities for fun and play.
These are my all-time favorite beach socks, they protect little feet from the super-hot sand whilst also protecting their feet from any unexpected rubbish, broken glass or sharp objects hiding in the sand
The perfect size to pop some extra water bottles and snacks in to keep your family going
A beach essential – a sunscreen that really works and it is designed for kids. It doesn’t sting their eyes and is water resistant.
The perfect size to just stuff all beach essentials in and zip it up and go. Plus it’s made from recycled bottles – so winning for the environment as well.
AirMyFun – Giant Giraffe Float
A good float for your baby’s little legs to get used to the ocean.
Check out some of these lovely UAE beaches this summer:
- – Ajman beach
- – Khor Fakkan Beach
- – Dibba Al-Fujairah
- – Ghantoot Beach
- – Saadiyat Beach
- – Black Palace Beach
- – Jebel Ali’s public open beach
- – Kite Beach
- – Jumeirah Public Beach
- – Al Bateen Beach
Do you have a favorite beach to add to our list for this summer? Let us know in the comments below!
Disclaimer: Don’t forget that whenever you are around water to constantly supervise your child and never leave them unattended. Children in or on the edge of the water should always be within an arm’s reach for safety.