Essential Items For Your Next Travel

travel essential

So much stuff but don’t want to carry heavy luggage? It’s the most difficult situation every traveler faces. Even experienced traveler can’t decide, what is must to carry and what not?

Here are few things that complete your travel bag without increasing its weight.

Reusable water bottle

We highly suggest you to make a habit to carry your water bottle around with you all the time, because it will force you to drink more water during the day.

It’s very easy, as you can for example, get free water from drinking fountains at airports and some cities in Europe, hotels, and hot water or tea in restaurants and bars around Asia.

Travel towel

This is also an absolute must-have necessity for traveling. Microfiber towels dry extremely fast, are ultra-absorbent, lightweight and small. You can take one or two as per your need with you.

Battery-Operated Fan

“I always put a small, battery-operated travel fan in my bag. It comes in handy when I travel to warm places with limited outlet space. Plus, the hum of the motor helps drown out some of that distracting noise that always seems to crop up at night.”—Kari B., 44, a travel blogger who takes at least 18 trips a year.

Power Bank

Having a portable charger can keep not only your phone but also some other electronic devices running for days. We recommend you to get a power bank with higher capacity (i.e. 10000mAh) which can easily recharge a phone up to 3-4 times.

Medical Kit

You don’t know when you can have an accident and it is an even harder situation when you are traveling, as you might not have all resources similar like home. It is important to carry a first aid kit and medicines along with you to help in times of dire need, particularly when you travel solo or with children.

Detergent

“I always bring a small container of laundry detergent so I can hand-wash clothes in the sink. If I can do laundry on-the-go, I don’t have to pack as many outfits.” —Nikki G., 34, a travel blogger who takes four or five international trips and one or two domestic trips each year.

Pocket Knife

A good pocket knife is a knife with multi-purposes. When we backpack, we like to save money and it is less expensive to buy your food in local supermarket rather than to go to restaurant. With a knife, you will be able to cut bread or saucisson (cold sausage).

It is advisable to check the legislation of the country you are going to visit. In some countries, you can’t walk about with a pocket knife. These countries are rare, but it is best to check with your airline and with TSA regulations.

Solar Powered Travel Alarm Clock

During traveling on overnight trains and buses, there are numerous stops and you might need to set an alarm.

You may be thinking that you can set an alarm on your mobile easily, then why you need this solar alarm clock? Well….

You might find that your phone battery is about to die! Most trains have chargers in them but the problem is that they are not always in working condition and power surges can damage your phone, so it’s better to avoid them. Usually, buses won’t have a charger unless you are on a VIP bus. In these cases, it’s very important to have a solar powered travel alarm clock.

Sanitizer

We all know that it’s very important to wash your hands to reduce harmful germ transmission. However, there are times when there is no access to soap and water or not enough time to wash thoroughly. While travelling maintaining hygiene is a major problem. Using sanitizer will definitely protect you from those small viruses.

Always use a good sanitizer whenever you touch door handles, dining trays or particularly anything in the bathroom. If you’ll do this step you will definitely save yourself from getting sick, and it’s portable so you can easily carry this.

Rucksack

Choose a Rucksack for travelling trips, they have large size and can easily fit tiny usable things. Space of this bag can be utilized smartly and it is also too easy to carry anywhere you want.

Mosquito Repellent

Lovers of the forests and Mountains, this is for you. People who love to camp at the tops and desire to be around the greenery. But always remember, peace has a price to pay 😉

It is a peaceful journey indeed but keep the tiny creatures away from you by using Mosquito repellent.

 

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