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A Hawaii vacation with a baby can be a wonderful experience for a family. It's important to plan ahead and make sure the baby's needs are taken care of before and during the vacation.

Hawaii with a baby
Hawaii with a baby

Travelling with a baby to Hawaii can be a daunting prospect. But it doesn't have to be. Here are some tips for packing for your baby when travelling to Hawaii.

Packing for your baby

You'll need to prepare for all eventualities when you're travelling with a small child. Pack these essentials:

Nappies and wipes - make sure you have plenty of nappies and wipes, as they're not always available in hotels or at tourist attractions.

 

Food - if you're going on an adventure holiday, make sure you pack enough food for your child in case there's nowhere nearby to buy any.

 

Shoes - bring some shoes that can be worn by your child but also give him or her a bit of protection against the elements, such as sun cream and insect repellent (if necessary).

Swimwear - take some swimsuits that can easily be put on over nappies while still keeping them dry in the water (for example, rash vests). It's also useful to pack waterproof bags so you can keep everything together during bathing time.

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Diapers and wipes

You'll want to pack enough diapers and wipes for the duration of your trip. Be sure to take along a small refillable container of baby powder (baby powder will keep moisture away from their skin, so they won't get rashes).

Clothes and shoes

Your baby may need extra clothes depending on how much time he or she spends in water during activities. If your baby will be in water frequently, then pack swimsuits, hats, sunglasses and sandals or water shoes. Don't forget sunblock!

Feeding essentials

Make sure that you have everything needed for feedings (bottles, formula, baby food) before leaving home because these items may not be available at local stores on Oahu or Maui. You may have trouble finding organic foods (especially organic dairy products) or non-GMO products in Hawaii because most food is imported from off  the island.

 You should pack sunscreen, appropriate clothing for the weather, diapers, wipes, snacks, a stroller, a hat, toys and books, a beach towel, You may also want to pack snacks, a car seat, a baby carrier, and a baby monitor, and any other items specific to your baby's needs.

With a little bit of planning, a Hawaii vacation with a baby can be a wonderful and memorable experience.

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