Packing for Diu Trip

Packing for Diu Trip? Don’t miss out on the essentials

It’s the night Packing for Diu Trip, and you’re standing in front of an unfilled backpack. You don’t know what to put in it. How many times have we gone on vacation and then found out that we completely missed something essential? Or did we come back from vacation and find that we had 20 pounds of things we didn’t need? Our ultimate packing list for your next Diu break is here to make sure this doesn’t happen on your next trip away.

Packing for Diu Trip

  1. Tickets, money, and documents

Important things. Without your passport, it’s not possible to get on a plane or buy a coffee in any city. You should always bring your IDs and other important documents with you when you go out. If you don’t want to bring the originals with you, you can take a picture of them or have a PDF scan on your phone. Make sure no one can get into your phone.

  1. Credit card/Debit card
  2. Cash (foreign and domestic)
  3. Phone number of your bank if you need to lock your card
  4. Consider bringing a bum bag to keep all your things in
  5. ID cards: Identity card and/or passport
  6. Driver’s license
  7. Student card
  8. Health insurance card and, if necessary, proof of health insurance abroad
  9. Any medical prescriptions
  10. Train ticket or plane ticket
  11. Hotel confirmation
  12. Visa
  13. Maps if you need one. I’d recommend downloading an offline map of whatever you’re visiting
  14. Clothes

Most of us pack too much into our bags. Pack only what you need and don’t add extra weight. There are a lot of city breaks that last a few days or less. Even if you’re on a trip for more than a week, you usually don’t need more than a few days’ worth of clothes. You’ll almost always be able to wash, even if it’s only in a hotel sink. Make sure you always wear comfortable, well-worn shoes, no matter what the weather is like outside!

  1. Trousers, shorts/skirt
  2. Belt
  3. 2x T-shirts and long sleeve tops
  4. Pullover
  5. Rain jacket
  6. Underwear
  7. Socks
  8. Pyjamas
  9. Sunglasses
  10. Hat
  11. 2 pairs of comfortable (!) shoes
  12. Flip-flops
  13. Toiletries

So, when it comes to toiletries, it’s all about what you need and how often you use them. Everybody has their own set of rules. We’ve put together a list of a few things that most of you will want to bring with you when you go on a trip. It doesn’t matter how many things you bring. In your carry-on, you can only have bottles with 100 ml capacity, and you must put them in a clear zip bag. Don’t be the person in the security line who doesn’t move very quickly.

  1. A zippered toiletry bag
  2. Shower (shampoo, conditioner, shower gel)
  3. Razor
  4. Deodorant
  5. Toothbrush and paste
  6. Moisturiser
  7. Sun protection
  8. Cotton swabs
  9. Brush/comb
  10. Hand sanitiser
  11. A towel
  12. Cosmetics & utensils
  13. A hair scrunchy
  14. Make-up and make-up remover
  15. Feminine hygiene products
  16. Contact lenses + accessories
  17. Travel items
  18. Sleep mask
  19. Water bottle you can refill
  20. Combination lock for your luggage
  21. Book or magazine
  22. Glasses
  23. Tech & accessories

While having Google Maps on hand may seem like a luxury, it is important for every weekend city trip. Amateur photographers will also need their gear. Charging these gadgets is also required, so bring an adapter if needed.

  1. Mobile phone + charger
  2. Powerbank + charging cable
  3. Headphones
  4. Adapter for the socket
  5. Camera + battery, charging cable u. SD card
  6. Possibly laptop or tablet + charging cable
  7. A travel medical kit

Nothing is worse than being sick when travelling, so bring some medical basics. What you need varies on your location and season. Medications, particularly those used routinely, should be considered first.

  1. Personal medication
  2. Wound and blister plaster
  3. Pain and fever remedies
  4. Something to calm a gippy tummy
  5. Allergy pills (possibly nasal spray and eye drops)
  6. Ointment
  7. Mosquito repellent

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