You are going on vacation and there are a plenty of things that you must have with you. In fact, you pack everything that your baggage is getting heavier and heavier.
It’s a pity to leave something, isn’t it? Use our advice for a competent and smart method of what to pack when going on vacation!
- Documents, tickets, credit cards and other travel necessary things. A copy of your passport is a big plus, while cash helps you at least to buy what you may forget to take with you.
- Small First Aid Box. You never know when you might need a band aid. Better to be prepared than to be in pain, especially when you are away from home.
- Travel Size Toiletries: Especially with luggage restrictions increasing, it is smart to carry travel size toiletries. Sometimes you can’t even rely on the hotel to provide the best quality and even presence of them.
- Comfortable pair of shoes and comfortable clothes. Classy shoes may look nice but they’re not suitable for traveling, walking, running, etc. Of course, comfortable clothes are also a good match to the comfortable shoes.
- Formal clothes for an evening out: It is always better to be prepared for an unplanned visit to theater, restaurant, or anything else where a dress code applies.
- You’ll need something to carry maps, snacks and bottled water while you explore. Keep your heavy wheeled bag in your hotel room and pack daily essentials in a backpack to carry around with you during the day!
- If you’re traveling overseas and use plug-in appliances or electronic equipment, you will definitely need plug adapters. Some hair dryers, camera chargers, laptops and cell phones are dual voltage, but others need a voltage converter.
- Bring guidebooks and domestic maps with you. Do some research on map prices if you plan to travel overseas. In many cases, it’s less expensive to buy local maps at your destination rather than in your local bookstore.
- Important phone numbers, addresses, those extremely important contacts that help you during your vacation. Our tour guides are always equipped with a contact sheet so don’t hesitate to ask if you need assistance.
- A raincoat or an umbrella is also useful to have on hand when on-the-go! It’ll create extra frustration for you if you get caught in the rain unprepared!
You are ready! Have a great trip!