Wednesday 8 September 2021

Travel Checklist Essentials For Your Next Trip

(Collaborative Post)

When lockdown is over and it’s time to get back out there and travel more, it can be easy to let the excitement hinder your organization. But it's essential to stay organized for your trips to make sure that the booking is complete, the trip goes smoothly, and that you take everything with you that you need.

Now, I'm a bit obsessed with making sure we have everything, so I usually make a list for each trip. On that note, here are some travel checklist essentials for your next trip.

The Right Clothing

No matter what trip you are going on, you will want to ensure that you have the right clothing. The right clothing will make you as comfortable as possible and ensure that you can dress appropriately for the weather and the occasion.

It's also handy to take a couple of spare outfits just in case the weather isn't as planned. Going somewhere sunny? Maybe take a jumper or two just in case. Going on a touring holiday and doing something super cool like Route 66? Maybe take a selection of biking clothes from this website in case you decide to switch from a car to a motorbike.

Travel Documents

Whatever trip you are going on, you will need travel documents for your itinerary, access passes, country entry, and more.

Ensuring that you have your travel documents is the number one essential. In some countries you will need to have your documents on you at all times and it's important to make sure you check what the rules are before travelling. It's also handy to travel with a note of your insurance details, so you can provide the information immediately if you have an accident.


Certain countries require certain vaccinations so that you can avoid diseases and stay healthy on your trip. Before you travel, make sure to research the vaccinations you need and checkup with your doctor to get a vaccination appointment booked.

Consider A Time Share

Look for a timeshare vacation rental. You can find many great deals for rentals on popular sites such as Ebay and Redweek. With many people looking to exit a timeshare, renting one has become even easier than before.

Credit Cards

When you go on a trip, it is a good idea to take a credit card with you in case of emergencies. Before you head to the destination, let your credit card company know that you are travelling. This will ensure that you can avoid international bank fees and be able to use the card where you are going. Pre-warning them will also mean your card isn't flagged for fraud and isn't frozen whilst you're on your holiday.

Charging Adapters

Many people rely on their technology when they travel to store their booking information and use it for research and getting around. The last thing you want to do is forget an adapter and lose charge on your devices.

You can purchase multi-adapters that allow you to plug into various sockets around the world. This means that you can avoid bringing the wrong charger and always have something to rely on for charging your phone and laptop. Pack these in your hand luggage in case you need them in an emergency. I also recommend power banks for travelling too!

So, now your all ready for your holiday........where are you off to?

Mummy Snowy Owl


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