From palm trees under glorious blue skies and white sandy beaches, to the crystal-clear water, Hawaii is the ultimate vacation destination, especially if you’re attending the 2014 Pro Bowl. Every year the NFL’s most prestigious and sought-after athletes are invited to play in the NFL's version of an all-star game.
So, now that you have your ticket packages to the Pro Bowl, what else should you bring with you to Hawaii?
With airlines charging for extra luggage and enforcing the strict “50 pounds each” weight limit, travelers have to pick and choose the most essential personal items for their journey.
Here is a list of the top 5 things you shouldn’t be without to make your 2014 Pro Bowl adventures the ultimate experience.
5 Things You Should Bring to the 2014 Pro Bowl
Bringing a bathing suit to Hawaii is one of the more obvious and smarter things you can do for yourself. With temperatures averaging around 76 °F degrees from January through to April, you’ll definitely be enjoying the water and waves.
Who doesn’t want to look back, reminisce, share, and “take home” the ultimate Pro Bowl experience? Take pictures/videos at the NFL Official Saturday Night Party with the 2014 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders, the NFL Official Pro Bowl Tailgate Party, all of the beautiful Hawaiian scenery including waterfalls, volcanos and lava, wildlife, and of course, the actual game! All-in-all, bring a camera to document your adventure, you won’t regret it!
Sunglasses and Sunscreen
The sun is one of the main factors why Hawaii is so popular among travelers. It’s always out and always HOT, besides the occasional rain shower. Being sunburnt isn’t something anyone enjoys, along with squinting. Be sure to coat up and rock some stylish shades.
Hawaii is the only U.S state that is made up entirely of islands, which were mostly formed from volcanos. Lava hiking, 4-wheeling, and cliff jumping are a few of the most popular attractions Hawaii has to offer. Tennis shoes are crucial for all aspects of your vacation.
Favorite Player’s Jersey
At the start of the 2014 New Year, the teams will not be based on the two conferences, and will now be chosen by two team captains (Jerry Rice & Deon Sanders) four days prior to the game. It will be tough to show your alliance to your favorite team, especially if they face off against each other in the new "Unconferenced" format. So, pick your favorite player, wear their jersey, and cheer them on as they battle it out in Hawaii.
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