Sunscreen, film, bathing suits, ...Did I Forget Something? Leading Travel Experts All Advise To Pack Light. The Following List Is Provided As A Pre-Travel Planning Tool. Please Bookmark This Page And Use Ever Time You Plan Your Next Adventure.
Money & Important Documents
Concealed Pouch for valuable documents
Receipt for travel checks (Carry it separately from your Travel Cheques.)
International drivers license if the client intends to rent a car outside the U.S.
Small and Large scale
Small world map
Backpack (Knap sack)
Pills and tablets
Water purifying tablets
Motion sickness tablets
Allergy pills (anti-histamines)
Water Purification Filter (Portable)
Inflatable neck supporter
Portable security alarm
Packing TipsCASANOVA'S TRUSTED SINCE 1930 Who Is Your Outfitter?
Pack heavy items, such as shoes and toiletry kits, before the more delicate ones. Place them along the suitcase's spine to balance weight at the bottom. Use tissue paper: to line your suitcase; and place additional tissue between each layer of clothing. Wrap it around shoe heels, and stuff it up jacket sleeves. To reduce wrinkling, turn jackets inside out and fold them in half with tissue paper or dry-cleaning bags. Line the bottom of your suitcase with trousers, letting the legs hang over the outside edge. Then pack the rest of your travel gear--lighter materials on top. Wrap trouser legs over the pile; they'll keep their crease. Stuff socks and rolled-up belts into shoes to save space. Take along plastic bags for laundry or wet swimsuits. Hang clothing in the bathroom while showering to steam out wrinkles. (Most electric gadgets can't build up enough steam to smooth rumpled garments.) Bring an empty, soft bag for souvenirs. If you want to use your suitcase's restraining belts or ties, use a nightdress or socks wrapped in tissue paper to prevent crushing. Be Prepared
Check weather forecast at destination. Check hotels for hairdryers and toiletries. Check local customs for clothing guidelines. Send papers/materials in advance if you're traveling on business. Before you leave, check with the Centers for Disease Control to see what shots are required, such as: Cholera, Jaundice, Typhus, Polio, Yellow fever, Tetanus and Meningitis. It helps to make a list in advance. Select your clothing: choose only comfortable clothing that can be coordinated in different ways. Choose appropriate clothing materials. Include shawls and scarves as wardrobe extenders. Don't forget hats, gloves, and umbrellas. Then, eliminate and only pack what is necessary. Remember, seasoned travelers travel light!
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