While many might think the Middle East is blazing hot year round, Israel actually has four distinct and unique seasons. Eliminate the stress of figuring out what to pack by utilizing this extensive packing list for Israel.
Covering over 8.5 million square miles, Brazil is the largest country in South America, and, as such, its climate varies considerably from north to south. While over 60% of the country lies in the tropics, Brazil also lays claim to four other climactic regions, including semiarid, subtropical, highland tropical, and equatorial. With all of these climactic changes, not to mention its geographic diversity (mountains and cliffs to low-lying beaches), how on earth you supposed to pack for a trip to Brazil? Fortunately, no matter where you are traveling in Brazil, there are some standard packing essentials that you simply must take with you! Continue reading for all of your Brazil packing needs!
Have you been daydreaming about visiting Cuba? Before you book anything, here is an extensive Cuba travel guide. From what to pack to getting your visa, from how to get there to what to see, we’re sharing everything you need to know for a great Cuban experience.
Peru has one of the most diverse climates in the world, making it significantly more tricky to pack for. If you’re planning a trip here, you’ll most likely be exploring sites surrounding Cusco, here is our guide to help you prepare.
Whatever the season, Iceland is an adventure that can only be truly appreciated outdoors, so enjoy a front row seat at nature’s wonders but be prepared to spend the majority of your trip outside. And dress accordingly! Here’s an essential guide of what to pack for Iceland, no matter what time of year you choose to go.
Packing for a trip can be so stressful! You can make list after list and still forget something. We are here to help with 10 packing essentials to make your trip to Italy comfortable. Italy has seasons so make sure you know the season you are packing for. These ten essential are for all seasons of travel and any region of Italy you will explore.
Patagonia feels like a mythical land full of wonder and adventure. Known for its breathtaking views and diverse landscapes, you’ll find snow-capped mountains, towering glaciers, roaring waterfalls, and milky blue lakes. The region lies at the southernmost tip of South America and is shared by Chile and Argentina—the Andes Mountains divides the land. With seven national parks throughout Patagonia, this is the ultimate getaway for nature lovers. This destination still flies a bit under the radar, and chances are you have no idea what to pack. Don’t fear because we’ve got you covered. Keep reading to discover the essential packing guide for Patagonia!
Trekking through Patagonia’s Torres Del Paine (pronounced PIE-nay), is an experience not to be missed. if you take a look at the trail map, you’ll understand the origin of the term “W trek.” It is also one of the most popular multi-day hikes in Chile as you are exposed to everything the park has to offer.
China is brimming with rich culture, breathtaking scenery, and never-ending adventures. Relax in the tropical paradise of Hainan, trek the Great Wall, or explore the waterfront metropolis of Shanghai—the possibilities are endless. This massive country is known for its great regional diversity, which means packing can get a little tricky. But don’t let the question of what to bring stress you out because we’ve got you covered, no matter what plans you have in store. Keep reading to see our China packing list!
A trip on an African Safari is an amazing way to be exposed to nature and see a variety of animals in their natural habitat. If you are wondering where to go in Africa to have this once in a lifetime experience, check out these trips to Botswana and Tanzania, to visit some of the most famous places in Africa, like the Okavango Delta, Victoria Falls, or Ngorongoro Crater. Do keep in mind that many safari trips involve arriving on a small plane with luggage restrictions, so being mindful of what you bring is very important.
India's rich and vibrant culture is one of the oldest in the world, making it a popular destination for a variety of tourists. However, with a diverse climate and terrain, and countless things to do in India, packing for a trip to India can cause many to hesitate. For both men and women, dressing conservatively is a good rule of thumb. While traditional and acceptable dress has evolved and changed, having options such as scarves, wraps, and long pants is a good idea, especially for when visiting India's holy sites. Here are some additional helpful tips on what to pack for India to ensure your trip is a success.
Visiting Iceland in August offers incredible wildlife-viewing opportunities (the Puffins migration & whale watching are at their peak), a myriad of festivals & cultural events, and absolutely beautiful weather. August marks the end of the summer, and therefore is one of the most temperate months to travel to Iceland with pleasant temperatures, little rainfall, and opportunities to experience both the Midnight Sun and the Northern Lights.
When you are traveling you don't want to have to worry about carrying a lot of luggage with you. This is why I recommend just packing in a single carry-on. So how do you look cute with items that can only fit into a single carry-on? The answer is simple - by choosing the right 15 pieces to pack! With just 15 items (shoes included) you can create a wardrobe of over 50 outfits! That is enough outfits to last you 1 week, all the way to 2 months of traveling. I have listed all the items that I pack in my carry-on suitcase below:
Packing for an independent trekking excursion can be daunting at first, but it becomes well dialed with practice and experience. It’s often more expensive, but lightweight options are well worth their price tag. Here’s a list of the essentials to pack I would consider for a Peru trip if you plan to hike independently. If you take a guided tour, there are several items you won’t need.
The Polynesian Islands are a dream destination for many travelers. White sand, crystal clear water, lush scenery, and perfect weather are just a few things that draw people to these pieces of paradise. You can relax as much as you want, fill your vacation with adventures, or choose a mix of both! Here is a packing list to help you prepare for your trip to the Pacific Islands:
Having the right gear to document your travel experience is important. Below, I have shared what I bring in my technology bag on all my trips around the world (this gear has traveled to over 80 countries).
This is a question I get a lot, and having traveled to Morocco multiple times I thought I would share my experiences, advice, and tips on what what I bring and how I prepare for my trips to Morocco. - Kylie Chenn
Peru is a country of diversity, and therefore you need to know what to pack for a variety of different climates, terrains, and experiences. Here I have curated my top traveling items for my adventure to Peru, and hope they will help you as you are packing for Peru!
Morocco is a magical land full of mystery and wonder. From bustling souks to the blazing Sahara to the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, adventure awaits at every turn. And while counting down the days to a life-changing journey brings excitement, it’s likely the thought of packing brings dread. Say no to stress and uncertainty, and keep on reading—we’ll fill you in on all the essentials for a perfect Moroccan holiday!
Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the most iconic mountains in the world. Standing at 19,341 feet, it’s Africa’s highest peak and one of the Seven Summits. Conquering the mountain is something countless people dream about, and while the climb is both physically and mentally exhausting, anyone can achieve this feat with hard work, commitment, and determination. To accomplish what’s sure to be one of the most fulfilling experiences of your life, preparation is key. Keep reading to find out what to pack and how to prepare for your journey to Mount Kilimanjaro.
Airports and airplanes are germ central. The good news is, they don’t have to be! Airports are full of travelers that have been from one end of the globe to the other, making way for germs to follow in their footsteps. Taking precautions before you leave your home and again when you arrive at the airport is a guaranteed way to lessen your chances of bringing germs home with you on your return flight.
Iceland has become one of the world’s top travel destinations, and with good reason. It’s a land of never-ending wonder. From milky, turquoise lagoons to bubbling geysers and rushing waterfalls to sprawling, grassy hills, the natural beauty is unmatched. If you’re planning a trip to this breathtaking country, or even a journey to Northern Scandinavia, packing can be overwhelming. Here’s a packing list of all the essentials you won’t want to forget on your next trip to Iceland!
Packing for Europe (or any trip) is often a love/hate relationship. We love it because it signals a new adventure, but loathe it because the stress of forgetting something haunts us. The balance between packing too little and too much is a fine one. To ease the tension, our Founder & CEO, Kylie Chenn, has a few tips on how to pack for your trip to Europe. Watch as she walks us through packing for her trip to Europe - including Iceland, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Greece.