Booking a flight and arranging for your transport has become easy and quick. But when it comes to packing for the journey we always find ourselves to have forgotten something vital at home. That is why I have compiled for you an intensive and extensive packing list, one that is universal ; very much likely to suit the needs of your travel whether business or leisure.

1) Four to Six Days’ Worth of Clothing.

The general rule of thumb is to pack clothing worth at most 6 days, ideally in dark, neutral colors which go well with each other.For a smaller bag you may always pack less, in return for more laundry runs.

a) Lightweight clothing
b) Sweaters or fleece jacket
c) Socks (wool socks are best for hiking and camping)
d) Pants and/or shorts
e) Pajamas/sleepwear
f) T-shirts and tank tops (be respectful of the culture you are visiting)
g) Three Underwear and three bra.
h) Dresses and/or skirts
i) Swimsuit or swim trunks (consider a clean/dirty organizer)
j) Hat and or sun visor
k) Scarf or bandana
l) Rain jacket, windbreaker or umbrella
m) Set of Dressier Clothes for Clubs
n)Travel pillow
p) Ear plugs

2) Shoes.

When it comes to shoes ,pack at least one pair and three pairs at most depending on your needs.

a) Slippers and or sandals.
b) Stylish Shoes for Clubs
c) Official shoes for business travelers ,smart and polished.
d) Sport Shoes,sneakers or rubber shoes for hiking.

Clothes and apparel Package list.

The general rule of thumb is to pack clothing worth at most 6 days, ideally in dark, neutral colors which go well with each other.For a smaller bag you may always pack less, in return for more laundry runs.

a) Smartphone (+ charger)
b) SIM Card
c) Travel Adaptor and/or Extension Cord
d)Laptop, iPad, or E-reader
e) Headphones (consider noise-reducing headphones if you're sensitive to sound)
f)At least one Power Banks (+ charging cable)

Electronics Package list.


Aesthetic aside, a proper backpack is designed to relieve the weight of your shoulders, instead of distributing it across your back and hips, so you won't experience any pain or pain. We love the 44-liter Cabinzero bags personally, some of which have waist belts, and are ideal for both carry-on and check-in luggage. It can most likely hold all of your needs, and has to boot a sleek, minimalist design.

a) Plastic Bags / Ziplock Bags
b) Packing Cubes
c) Water bottle (you'll need to fill it up once you get through TSA)
d) Spacious (preferably theft-proof) daypack

Travelling suitcase and or backpack.

1)Jewelry and Grooming.

The general rule of thumb is to pack clothing worth at most 6 days, ideally in dark, neutral colors which go well with each other.For a smaller bag you may always pack less, in return for more laundry runs.

a) Shampoo and conditioner
b) Sunscreen and face lotion with SPF
c) Hair brush or comb, hair ties, barrettes/bobby pins
d) lotion and or Perolium jelly
e) Make up packed in a wipeable wristlet
f) Face wash and/or makeup remover wipes and Q-tips
g) Lip balm with SPF and lipstick or lip gloss
h) Glasses and prescription sunglasses
i) Earrings ,necklace ,wristband and wrist watch
j) Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, mouthwash


a) Cologne/perfume
b) Personal mini mirror
c) Hair products like hairspray, hair gel, and beard oil
d) Clothesline and detergent
e)Shaving kit and extra razors
f) Facial tissues and/or toilet paper
g) Travel Towel
h)Nail clippers and tweezers (optionally, scissors, which must be in checked luggage)
i)Feminine hygiene products
j) Personal hygiene items
k) Personal hygiene items
l) Sewing kit/clothing care kit, stain remover

Packing toiletries.

Wearing a money belt or a pocket in your back allows you to keep your valuables tight to your chest and hidden from prying hands. Check out all the different styles here to choose what works best for you and what kind of travel you're going to do. You might also want to opt for an RFID security alternative. RFID security maintains your passports secure when traveling with an RFID chip (issued after 2006) and credit / debit cards. How? How? It is pretty simple. Identity theft can arise when someone can "read" through the microchip through your purse or wallet, which has personal information held thereon. Your personal information is secured by using an RFID blocking technology.

a) Neck wallet
b) Leg wallet
c) Incognito All Terrain Money Belt which looks like a real belt!
d) Luggage Travel Lock
e) Bring a headlamp or mini flashlight, better to be safe than unprepared
f) Reflective clothing and luggage accessories
g)Swiss Army pocket Knife
h)Undercover Bra Stash for credit cards and cash only


Check the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention website for comprehensive information on global vaccinations, medications and local travel recommendations as soon as you decide to travel abroad. Whether or not you want to get vaccinated is your decision, but many vaccines need two months of implementation before travel begins. And keep yourself updated! And if there is an accident, here's all you need to learn about travel clinics and medical emergencies abroad

a) First aid kit (bandages, gauze, adhesives, etc.)
b) Pain and fever relievers (also children’s strength if you are traveling with kids)
c) Personal prescriptions (copies of scripts)

d) Cold medicines and throat lozenges
e) Thermometer
f) Allergy medicines
g)Motion sickness pills or bands
h)Eye drops
j)Medicines and vaccinations specific to the region/activity
k) Diarrhea/laxative medicines
l) Altitude sickness pills (if you are planning to hike in higher altitudes)
m)Hydrocortisone cream/antibacterial ointment
n)Sunburn relief
o)Prescriptions in original packaging
p) Glasses and glasses case (email yourself a copy of your prescription, just in case)
q)Sleeping medicines

Travelers' health packing list.

Start by compiling all of your important documents in an organizer for travel documents. (This travel organizer carries a visa, ID, credit cards, money, receipts, a boarding pass and a pen!) By bringing together all of your important information, this will help ensure that you have everything you need to get from one location to another.

a) Passport/visa(s)
b) Personal ID/Student ID card
c) Cash and credit card(s)
d) Health insurance cards/document(s)
e) Frequent flyer card(s) and other loyalty program card numbers (ex: hotel chains and AAA)
f) Travel insurance information
g) Hotel and/or tour contact information
h) Guide books and maps
i) Transportation tickets (plane, train, bus, car, etc.)
j) Reservations and itineraries (print them and save them electronically for easy access)
k)Emergency contacts and important addresses

Travelers' documents packing list.
a) Deck of cards and travel games
b) Books and magazines
c) Guide books, travel guides, maps, language guides, etc. (if you will need any of these upon arrival at your destination, put it in your carry-on)
d) Travel journal and pen (it’s awful when you forget your pen!)
e) Travel pillow, blanket, eye mask, and ear plugs

Travelers comfort and entertainment.

  1. author
    27 Aug 2021
    Tomas Mandy

    Such an amazing place

    1. author
      27 Aug 2020
      Britney Millner

      Wow , soo enlightening.

  2. author
    07 Jan 2021
    Simon Downey

    I like travelling and I find this information to be very usefull.