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A Travelers Checklist of Things To Carry On Trip

Along with bookings, research and planning what also demands a lot of attention is packing when you are going on a trip. You can add another challenge by missing an essential item while packing. It is always advisable to keep a checklist ready with you in order to avoid any hassle and we have brought to you a list of items which you should carry along on a trip in order to ensure smooth travel. Do not forget to take out a printout.

Basic Travel Kit

Itinerary Printout (at least 2)

Travel Guide / Map Print Out (at least 2)

At least two Copies of PhotoIDs for all members

Mobile

Mobile Charger

Pen and a small Diary

Bag locks (2 or more)

Backpack or Carry bag

Extra spectacles with cover

Spectacles cover

TORCHLIGHT

Small Scissor

Watch

Swiss Knife

Hand Sanitizer (Dettol, Lifebuoy) – Recommended

Sunglasses – Recommended

Multi-Plug – Recommended for remote areas

Small water bottle, say 500 ml

Match Boxes or Flint or Cigarette Lighter

Couple of candles

Plastic Bags / Plastic Zip Lock Bags

Twist-ties, safety pins

Novels or two

Eateries

Chocolates, toffees, chips, chewing gums, mouth freshener, dry fruits etc.

Pre-cooked food if possible

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Camera Kit

Camera with bag

Camera Charger and its cable

Camera Battery

Camera Cleaning Kit including Lenspen

Tripod

Filters

Remote Release

Photography Handbook

Extra Camera Battery, if possible

Extra Remote Release Battery, if possible

Extra memory cards, if possible

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Toiletries

Tooth Brush

Tooth Paste

Toilet Soap

Shampoo Pouches according to the schedule or a small shampoo bottle

Tissue Papers

Face wash if required but common for girls

Hair Oil

Deodorants

Moisturizing Cream

Lip Guard

Cologne Talc

Comb

Small Mirror

Feminine Hygiene, if required

Shaving Kit

Shaver / Razor / Trimmer

Shaving Blades ( If possible keep some extra blades)

Shaver Brush

Shaving Foam or Cream

Clothing Kit

Clothes as per the schedule

Towels

Socks

Handkerchiefs

Slippers

At least one light jacket

Air Travel

Air-ticket Printout (if flying with e-tickets)

Credit/Debit Card photocopy both side from which booking was made — Don’t forget to strike of CVV number

Authentication Letter if someone else’s Credit/Debit Card

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Mountains Must Haves

Digital Thermometer (Optional)

Cold Cream

Lip Guard

Hats / Caps

Heavy Woolen Clothing including woolen socks (Severe Cold / Snow)

Woolen Hand Gloves (Severe Cold / Snow)

At least 2 pairs of thermal

Trekking Must Haves

Mountains Must Haves

Hard Wooden Stick (Also handy in snow for the grip)

Rain / Snow Protection Gear like Rain Coat / Rain Suit

Hats / Caps

Gaiters for snow or water

Water Bottles (Snow trek needs more water than we think)

Trekking Shoes

Beach Must Haves

Hats / Caps

Sunscreen lotion (SPF 50 or greater) or  Sunblock

2-3 Extra Shorts,

An extra slipper and extra towel for back pack

Thin single bed sheet – if not interested in beach shack / bed always

Lip Guard with sunscreen

Long-sleeved over shirt and a thin pair of pants as night gets a bit cold at beaches

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Medicine or First-aid Box

Disclaimer– Well medicines listed here are just my suggestion as it suits me and you shall always consult your doctor before taking any of these.

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Pain Relief Spray

Pain Relief Cream or Gel

Betadine – Antiseptic cream

Savlon or Dettol – Antiseptic solution

Combiflaim or Flexon – Pain Killers

Crocin or Paracetamol – Mild Fever

Avomine – Relief from Dizziness, Motion Sickness and Vomiting

Digene – Relief from Flatulence, Indigestion, acidity (mild)

Zinetac 150mg – Acidity or gastric problems (only if severe)

Eno Sachets – Quick Gastric Relief

Entroquinol – Relief from Loose motion (mild)

Metrogyl – Relief from Loose motion (high)

D-Cold Total or Vicks Action 500 for cold

Pudin Hara for stomachache

Crepe Bandage – 2 (for fractures)

J&J Band-Aid Fast Heal Wash proof – Long, Square and circle patches

Cotton and Dressing Bandage

Becosules for vitamin B-complex and sometimes energy

Eye Tone for soothing eyes

Nasivion for blocked and dry nose

Ongoing Regular Medicines, if any

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Priya Pareek

Priya Pareek

Priya Pareek is a literature enthusiast, a poet, writer and an artist who has diverse interests. Her love for festivals, food and culture brought her close to travel and she continues to walk the woods alone! She believes that there is a mad wanderlust in every soul, a wanderlust that makes all of us a gypsy, a free spirited, a wanderer and a vagabond! With a graduate degree in English Literature from Delhi University, Priya is currently pursuing Masters in Mass Communication and working as a content writer with Trip Tap Toe.

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