The Only Travel Checklist You Will Need This Summer
After what feels like a lifetime in lockdown and uncertainty, many of us are already planning our post-lockdown trips and which locations we want to explore, which up until the last few weeks have felt like a far-stretch from reality. As a result of the global pandemic, travel is likely going to be very different from what we remember which means we may need to approach how we pack, and what we pack a little differently. If that is the case, then look no further! We have spent the last, however long it’s been, working on the only travel packing list that you will need this summer.
You won’t be travelling very far without this, so make sure you have packed this somewhere safe, and easily accessible as having to dig to the bottom of your luggage when you need your passport will slow you down and undo you hard packing work. Remember to check your passport is in date, and will last through your trip, as this could prove to be costly, if you are allowed out of the country!
Similar to your passport, it’s a great idea to keep these safe and secure as you will need these to leave the airport. Again, keep these somewhere easily accessible in your luggage, but secure enough so they don’t go missing or get misplaced. It’s a good idea to keep all your documents together in a plastic wallet, that means they cannot come loose in your bag, and are protected from any water which may find its way onto your bag during your journey.
Having your favourite body wash and skin care products with you is an easy way to keep yourself feeling fresh and clean ready to take on the next leg of your travels but running out is not as much fun so be sure to take a plentiful amount of your most used toiletries. Travel bottles are an easy way to store and transport your toiletries if having to decant to meet airline regulations. If you are packing liquids in your main hold luggage it’s always a good idea to wrap them in something such as an old carrier bag, to avoid any damage being caused to the rest of your luggage if the worst was to happen and a bottle burst in transit.