Traveler’s Kit Checklist
Traveler’s Kit Checklist

Traveler’s Kit Checklist

Traveler’s Kit Checklist

Planning ahead and stuff your bag with essentials and it will be handy and have peace of mind in the things you need within reach.

You can either organize them in Ziplock bags for easy access or categories the pouch for each kit.

Jet Ski, Water Sport, Water, Ocean

Here are the 4 Traveler’s Kit Checklist

The better prepared you are, the more fun and relax you will have on the trip.

*The traveler’s kit is served as a guideline, feel free to improvise according to your trip’s requirement.

  1. Medicine Kit

Never assume that no mishaps will happen on a trip. Even minor bruises should be taken care of. Always keep your first- aid kit handy.

Treating wounds

Bring along a roll of bandage, safety pins, and scissors.

Tweezers might be needed to pull out foreign materials that penetrate the skin.

Bring ointments and alcohols for treating abrasions. If you are prone to allergies and itching, antihistamine medications should be handy.

Keep a small bottle insect repellent and antiseptic cream in your bag, it will prove to be very useful at any given time.

Common medicine

Carry along medicines that you are likely to use, like aspirin for headaches, laxatives for a proper bowel movement, and pain relievers.

The majority of us are prone to get some form of throat irritation or dry throat caused by the change of climate or lack of hydration especially when taking a long hour flight. Do ensure to bring along some medication of soothing your throat, I recommend a natural homeopathic remedy to avoid any side effects or discomfort.

If you have a runny nose, buy a couple of decongestants. Dehydration and motion sickness is common when traveling, consult your doctor on which medicine is appropriate for you.

Prescription drugs

Remember to bring along whatever medication you are taking. Bring enough supplies to last for the entire trip.

First Aid Kit, Kits Medical, Patch

  1. Personal Hygiene Kit

This kit must include all your toiletries bag. This will keep you looking fresh all the time, even on board of the plane.

*Ensure the liquid size is not more than 30ml and remove all sharp items like scissors and swiss knife.

Dental

Bring along your toothbrush, toothpaste, and dental floss. Buy a small bottled mouthwash or if you have plenty of supply left, just transfer it to a smaller container.

Hair

Carry along with your favorite brush, comb, and shampoo. Stuff in your hair spray, hair cream, and gels if you are using one.

Personal effects

This will include your make-up kit. Remember to bring ONLY the cosmetics that you are likely to use. Carry with you a handy mirror. You can bring your manicure set (depend on your trip duration).

Skin protection

Keep your skin healthy by putting on sunscreen and lip balm as often as you need them.

Bathroom needs

Bring along with you sets of towel papers, soaps, towels, and washcloths. (if you are planning on camping or hiking out in the wood etc,.)

Travel, Travel Accessories, Toothbrush

  1. Emergency Kit

This includes the stuff you might need like flashlights, lighters, pocket knife, and duct tapes. Mobile phones are important in case of emergency, be sure to bring your charger and an extra battery.

Documents

Prepare an extra copy of your ticket (air, train, bus), Passport, Travel Visa, Credit card, keep them in another baggage for an emergency.

Find out the local helpline before embarking to the destination, have the emergency call number store it to your mobile phone or tablet.

Beach, Sea, Sand, Thailand, Bamboo Beach

  1. Leisure Kit

For added fun, you can bring along your travel journal and reading materials.

Make the most out of fantastic views with a selfie stick for a nice post. Preload some hips music on your mobile phone and plugin with your wireless earbuds to liven up your journey.

There is no such thing as a standard traveler’s kit. It varies upon the place and the activities you’ll do in a certain place. The above kits are basically the essentials. Be sure to keep everything checked and have a fun trip ahead!

Paragliding, Paragliders, Adventure

How To Travel and NOT Get Coronavirus – 7 Tips for Flying and Driving in this COVID-19 Pandemic