The holiday is booked. The adventure is planned. The bags are still not packed… But don’t be put off packing for your next holiday or adventure! Our travel checklist will help ensure you have everything you need when you arrive.
What to carry or wheel
Before you start packing it’s definitely worth considering what sort of pack you’ll be using for your trip. Are you taking a long and leisurely pool side holiday? Is your trip a sneaky last minute city break? Are you adventuring round Southeast Asia? Here’s some guidance on what to pack.
10 days in Malta
If you’re going soaking up cultural delights, restaurant exploring and pool lounging then you’ll need plenty of space for a variety of clothing and personal items. A wheeled pack will help you transport it all with ease and compressions straps and wings will keep your items secure and protected.
A weekend in Paris
Escapes to European cities have never been easier or cheaper. Keeping costs down with a hand luggage only trip is one of the best ways of doing this. Your carry-on pack needs to conform to EU regulations while also having enough space and organisation for your trip away. There’s also the option to carry your pack like a backpack or go wheeled.
2 months in Asia
For extended travelling adventures you need the space of traditional luggage, the versatility of a backpack and the option of an extra smaller pack for day excursions.
- Fairview 70
- Farpoint 70
- Fairview 55
- Farpoint 55
- Farpoint 80 with compatible Daylite daypack
There are some essentials which we always somehow manage to forget. Make your way through the list and tick them off to ensure you don’t forget that one important item.
- Passport / Visas
- Travel insurance documents
- Flight itinerary
- Accommodation details
- Local currency / pre-paid travel card
- Travel guides and local information
- Sun cream
- Mosquito repellent
- Travel shampoo / shower gel
- Blister plasters
- Plug adaptors
- Phone charger
- Power bank
- Camera (or just your smartphone)
Clothing makes up the bulk of your luggage on most travelling trips.
Let’s get the obvious ones out the way. Your core clothing is likely to stay the same from trip to trip.
- Base layers / t-shirts
- Comfortable shoes
- Sleep-wear / comfortable lounging clothes
- Packing cubes
- Garment folder
Warm weather clothing
Heading somewhere hot? Don’t forget these warm weather clothing items.
- A hat suitable for the sun
- Shorts / skirt
- Open-toe footwear
- A light over-shirt / jacket for cooler evenings
Cold weather clothing
Heading to a winter wonderland? Make sure you arrive prepared.
- A warm coat
- A waterproof coat or jacket
- A warm hat