Clean white sand and clear blue water make Sosúa Beach a great place to go for a dip. Currents are not strong and you can even swim 50 yards to the coral reef. Chairs and umbrellas are available for rent on the beach, and there are plenty of bars and restaurants along the 2 kilometer beach.
Spending time at the beach and protecting your valuables can be a real problem, especially when you travel alone in Latin America. Most prefer to limit their risk by leaving passports and large stacks of cash in their in-room safe. However, being without a cell phone or having to run back to the hotel for more cash is bothersome.
A traditional solution is the Waterproof Storage Contain. However, a less awkward solution is an attachable waterproof bag, either for a smart phone or tablet device. Securing your cash and cell phone means you can go for a swim or participate in water sports without worry. Obviously, this is important because tourists in Latin America are frequent victims of crimes against property.