Travel Accessories that You Can’t Live Without

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Everyone loves to travel. It’s time to head to your nearest Ray Ban sale and online retailer to stock up on essential travel accessories. What do you need? Let’s look at the most important travel accessories that you will need for your next vacation.

Sunglasses and Sunscreen

No matter where you plan to travel this year, don’t forget to protect your eyes and skin from ultraviolet rays. You can buy sunglasses online. They pack easily and will help you prevent unwanted sunburns and eye damage. Believe it or not, whether you head to Jamaica or go skiing, you need to protect your eyes with high quality sunglasses. Don’t leave home without them.

RFID Protection Wallet

Avoid scammers from hacking your private information by using an RFID protection wallet. The Wallet prevents criminals from accessing data from your credit cards, passport, and license. Foil identity theft.

Headphones with Good Audio Quality

You will want a quality pair of noise canceling headphones when you travel. Whether you catch a nap on the train or like to listen to your favorite tunes while traveling Europe, buy headphones that reduce outside noise.

Plastic Bags

You will need plastic bags on your trip. These compact items can keep valuables waterproof, store small toiletries and souvenirs, and store snacks. Store medicine in plastic bags. Use larger plastic bags for storing damp items, muddy shoes, and laundry. Pack extra bags just in case. They take up very little room and have many uses.

Wet Wipes

Wipes help you minimize germs and quickly freshen up after a long day. Bleach wipes will disinfect dirty hotel rooms and seats. Sensitive baby wipes help you clean your skin, hands, and face.

First Aid Kit and Medication

You don’t need a zombie apocalypse survival kit when you travel, but you do want a portable First Aid kit. The kit should have bandages, Tylenol, Neosporin, and alcohol swabs. Other items that might be helpful are matches, antibacterial soap, and vitamins. Keep a pen handy and a note that has your emergency contact information, especially if you plan on doing adventure traveling in an unfamiliar country. Keep prescriptions in plastic bags to reduce moisture.

Snacks and Water

Bring protein bars, trail mix, and hard candies with you. A bottle of water or water purification tablets can be helpful. Even if you plan on staying in the city, you never know when you might get stuck somewhere without available food. Store bars in your pocket or purse. Many travelers recommend drinking only bottled water when you traveling internationally to avoid disease and sickness.

Low Tech

If you plan on traveling to a country that has less technology, you want to avoid standing out. Try not to show off a flashy new phone or camera, and leave expensive-looking gadgets in your hotel room. Draw less attention and blend in.

Enjoy your vacation and much needed rest and relaxation. Bring these items with you and enjoy your trip. Happy travels!