Travel Packing Lists
You have finally decided where to travel to, but you have no idea what to pack? I feel ya, especially if you are somewhat of a last-minute packer like me!
Here, find my packing guides to take all the guessing work out of your trip! Before getting into detailed lists, below I list my favorite travel items that I take on every single trip!
Find my favorite go-to travel outfits here!
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Go-to Packing Items for Any Trip
Generally, when packing for a trip, the below items are always with me.
Unless I am traveling within the USA, this travel adaptor comes with me and I’ve had it for over 3 years now. Find it here!
Travel Power Bank
Having a power bank is a life saver for me. I don’t leave for a trip without it! Shop Power Banks here!
Quick Dry Towel
Quick-dry towels have become my new best friend. They are lightweight, super absorbing, and extremely compact. My favorite brand is Dock & Bay since they make efforts towards the environment. Find it here!
You can never go wrong with bringing your own sunscreen, especially when traveling to Asia! I prefer to use all-natural sunscreens that are also coral reef safe. My favorite brand is Juice Beauty. It takes a little extra rubbing in, but I’ve found it works and the bottle is small enough for a carry-on. Find it here!
Reusable Water bottle
I never leave the house without my Lifestraw water bottle, so naturally, it comes with me when I travel. This bottle comes with a filter that is supposed to protect against bacteria, parasites and microplastics, chlorine, and organic chemical matter such as pesticides, herbicides.
While it’s my favorite bottle, it does come with a few cons. The filter gives the water a little bit of a weird taste and the filter makes it a little hard to sip through the straw. Find it here!
You would be surprised how hard it is to get feminine products in different countries especially tampons. I always pack some just in case!
I love bar shampoo for so many reasons. It reduces the amount of liquids I need to pack, the bars are small, they last long, and reduce plastic waste. I love the Lush bars. I’ve tried Montalbano, Seanik, and Jumping Juniper (my fav!) Check Lush here!
Refillable travel Containers
Not all my products come in travel size and I try to only have a carry-on so these work perfectly and they are eco-friendly by reducing plastic. Shop them on Amazon.
If you are like me, your camera comes everywhere with you. I came across this Lowe Pro backpack that has traveled with me all over the world.
I love that it holds all my camera gear, my laptop and still has a top pocket that can fit all my toiletries. It also has a rain shield that can also act as theft protection!
The only downside is that it’s a little bulky, but it holds so much stuff! Check it out here!
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