The island weather, scenery and resorts are a major draw to tourism. With crystal blue ocean waves, tropical breezes, plenty of sunshine and multiple resorts that cater to every lifestyle and budget, there is something for everyone. Nearly all of the resorts offer fishing guides, dive charters, kayaking and boat tours, where guests can get a good look at some of the unusual and beautiful marine life. You can even catch that trophy sailfish or shark that you have been after. There’s also the chance to simply lye in the sand, under the sun and relax for a spell. Regardless of your holiday preferences, it is nice to get away for awhile. At the end of a day spent in the sun and heat, it’s such a relief to step inside the air conditioned luxury of the resort hotel. Most of the bigger hotels incorporate immense industrial HVAC equipment. They are usually rooftop systems which make sure the hotel guests and staff stay cool and perfectly comfortable despite the outdoor heat! During the long summertime, the trade winds bring the hot air in from the mainland, but the evenings are usually cooler. On these evenings, a small fire on the beach can be fun. Most often, however, the hot, sweltering evenings are brutal. People tend to retreat inside and take advantage of the resort’s HVAC systems. It is such a pleasure to feel the cool air from the air conditioner. Every room is typically equipped with an independent thermostat which allows guests to cater to their preferences. It must cost these hotels a fortune in electric bills, but air conditioning is definitely a necessity.