8 Must Have Travel Accessories

Sometimes it’s the little things like insect spray or a rain poncho in your travel gear that saves the day. Packing the right travel gear can be essential, especially if you’ll be on the road for sometime. Let’s look at some must have travel accessories that you may wish to consider.

Adapter and Inverters

If you need to travel with a laptop then you should check into adapters. Their very handy while traveling on airplanes. Adapters are standard plugs for running laptops or charging instead of using up all your battery power. For those traveling overseas you’ll want an inverter to switch you over from the AC current used in America to DC which is found in Europe.

Noise Reduction

How many of you try and sleep on airplanes, especially those long flights? Noise canceling headphones are the way to go. Look for the neat folding headphones that are really compact and deliver high quality sound or noise canceling sound.


Whether you’re flying on a plane or staying at a hotel, you can’t beat your own pillow. These little support pillows are great for sleeping on planes. They support your neck and are made with lightweight foam and best of all their machine washable. It’s easy to store travel gear in a carry-on.


A rolling duffel maybe everything you require in luggage. Lightweight, padded handles and lots of compartments. Handy for a quick trip or even camping.

Securing Valuables

Thieves and con artists are just waiting for you to show up with your wallet in the back pocket, easy for the pickings. Take a close look at an all terrain money belt and surf safe and see what you think. There are several styles that look just like a belt, but have a secret compartment securing your money.

Surf safe is a must have if you’re on the beach and swimming in the ocean. Crowded beaches delight thieves ready to rifle through your stuff while you’re in the water. Use surf safe to take your valuables in the water with you.

Alarm Clock

If you’re traveling abroad a world time alarm clock is so handy to check anyone of 16 different time zones and of course waking you up.

Rain Gear

As sure as you’re in a new city your going to get caught in a deluge of rain. Be prepared with a waterproof rain poncho. They keep you warm and dry and fit a man or a woman. They’re small, lightweight and easy to fit in any luggage or purse, ideal for backpackers and campers too.

Sun and Insect Protection

Always remember to pack or purchase your travel clothes to protect your arms and legs from too much sun. Don’t forget sunglasses and hats. Sawyer makes a combination sun block and insect repellent with eight hours of precious protection.

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane is senior ICT professional who talks about #it, #cloud, #servers, #software, and #innovation. Rabins is also the first initiator of Digital Nepal. Facebook: rabinsxp Instagram: rabinsxp

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