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Packing List

by SeaMaidenTravel.com

Except for medications, you can usually purchase any items your may forget on your trip. While shopping can sometimes be fun, it can also be a nuisance.  So, to help you have the best trip possible,  here's a packing list you can use to remind yourself of things to consider when packing. At the bottom you'll notice a few extra spaces to add your own requirements (be sure to fill in your personal spaces before printing). Print it out by hitting the print button on your browser and keep it handy for future trips.

Travel Items

Passports
Tickets
Camera
Credit Card/Bank Card
Currency of countries on itinerary depending on where

Trip Itinerary
Reservation Info

Misc. Items

Travel clock
Umbrella/rain gear
Phone Numbers
Cell phone/charger

Personal Items

Shampoo
Conditioner
Deodorant
Toothbrush and Toothpaste
Shaving supplies
Suntan Lotion

Needles and Thread
Band aids
Prescriptions
Aspirin
Glasses/contact lenses
Sunglasses
Cosmetics
Comb/Brush
Blow dryer
Hot iron

Clothing Items

Men

Suits (one dark for evening)
Shirts
Pants
Ties
Sweaters
Jacket

Belts
Shoes (dress and walking)
Socks
Swimwear
T-shirts
Pajamas
Underwear

Women

Evening dress
Dresses
Skirts
Blouses
Slacks
Sweaters
Jacket

Shoes (dress and walking)
Stockings
Swimsuit
Pajamas
Underwear


Your Personal List

 

Travel Tips

  • If you have access to an ATM, travelers checks are not really needed these days.

  • When in a crowed tourist area keep valuables in a concealed neck or waist wallet.

  • Make a photocopy of your passport and credit cards you're taking before you leave.  Pack the photocopy of your passport and leave the credit card copies with someone you can call in case they are lost or stolen.

  • Roll clothes around other items to help prevent wrinkles.

  • Use and/or bring along plastic bags to separate items and to use for dirty clothes.  I like cloth bags that can do double duty as a shopping/tote bag.