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An Adventurers Travel Checklist

The following is a List that I have gathered through years of experience and research. They don't neccessarily apply to an Outdoor Adventurer. You Pick and choose your priorities according to your destination and the length of your stay. Visit http://www.thecampingguide.com for more information and the necessary gear for your trip.

Gear Essentials
∑ Day Pack
∑ Flashlight
∑ Compact Binoculars
∑ First Aid Kit
∑ Sunglasses
∑ Multi-tool
∑ Watch
∑ Sunscreen
∑ Water bottle (with built-in filter)
∑ Hat
∑ Whistle
∑ Map or Travel Guide
∑ Compass or GPS receiver

Pre-Departure
∑ Passport
∑ Visa if needed
∑ Health Documentation
∑ Transportation Tickets
∑ Frequent Flyer Cards
∑ Emergency Information
∑ Insurance
∑ Hotel Reservations
∑ Travelerís Checks
∑ Currency (both local and American)
∑ Credit Cards
∑ Guide Books and Maps
∑ Trip Cancellation/ Medical

Information
∑ Copies of Passport, ID and Documents
∑ Special Event Reservations

Travel Gear
∑ Main Travel Bag (Duffle/Luggage, etc.)
∑ Packing Accessories (clothes, small stuff and toiletries)
∑ Security (Passport carrier, luggage locks/ tags)
∑ Document Organizer
∑ Everyday Bag

Everyday Basics
∑ Travel Clothing
∑ Raincoat/ Umbrella
∑ Travel Footwear



∑ Visor or Brimmed Hat
∑ Camera. Lenses and Film
∑ Radiation Shield for Film
∑ Video Camera, Tapes
∑ CD/ Cassette Player
∑ Electric/ Phone Converters
∑ Travel Alarms
∑ Language Books
∑ Reading Materials
∑ Address Book
∑ Travel Journal
∑ Pen/ Pencil
∑ Scarf/ Bandana
∑ Games/ Playing Cards
∑ Snacks
∑ Hand Sanitizer/ Towlettes
∑ Travel Neck Pillow
∑ Eye Shade/ Ear Plugs
∑ Portable Door Lock
∑ Tissues/ Toilet Paper
∑ Keys

Maintenance Items
∑ Flashlight Batteries/ Bulbs
∑ Matches or Lighter
∑ Extra Batteries
∑ Sewing/ Repair Kit
∑ Duct Tape
∑ Travel Iron or Steamer
∑ Sink Stopper for Hotel Sinks
∑ Zip-Close Plastic Bags

Travel Health
∑ Travel Health Booklet
∑ Pain Reliever/ Aspirin
∑ Cold Medicine
∑ Contact Lens Items
∑ Diarrhea Medicine
∑ Motion Sickness Medicine
∑ Laxative
∑ Insect Protection
∑ Sun Protection
∑ Antibiotic Cream
∑ Malaria Medication
∑ Personal Hygiene Items
∑ Personal Prescriptions

Visit http://www.thecampingguide.com for more information and the necessary gear for your trip.

About the Author

Centerprises - are the owners of the http://www.TheCampingGuide.com which offers Camping, Hunting, Outdoor Gear and Information in General about the Great Outdoors.