Friday, April 23, 2021

Some Tips On Back Packing

Travelers around the world enjoy seeing the sights and wonders of different places with only a backpack for all the things they need. Because they only have a pack on their backs, the possibilities of new sightseeing and activity adventures are limitless.

But of course, before you head for a faraway hiking adventure with your backpack, you must make sure that you bring all the things you need to put in your backpack. Below is a checklist that will make your back packing adventure a pleasant experience.

- Backpack

Of course, how can you go for a wild back packing activity without a backpack! Pick one that is comfortable and fits well on you. A properly fitted backpack is essential. You are going hiking and the last thing you need is a backpack that is gouging into your shoulders. Make sure your is fitted properly.

- Quick Drying Towel

Widely available in many stores. You don't want a heavy, damp towel on your backpack, do you?

- Walking Shoes

Pick comfortable shoes as you would learn soon enough that walking would be a major part in your back packing adventure.

- Underwear and socks

These go without saying.

- Long Underwear

This depends on the season and place where you are traveling. You might also wear your long underwear when you stay in hotels that do not have adequate well-heating systems.

- Pillow Case

Pillow case is an essential thing to keep when you stay in backpacker hotels.

- Sleeping Bag

When you stay in backpacker hotels. Select a lightweight sleeping bag. Down is the best type of sleeping bag. Yes, they do cost a bit more, but the prices is well worth it. Feathers are very light and you can compress a down into a very small package.

- Passport

Don't even think of leaving the country without it.

- Spare Wallet

So that you could be able to divide up the money that you have just in case.

- Day Pack

Most backpacks have a detachable day pack.

- Camera

A digicam may be better, but bulkier and heavier to carry.

- Journal

For the writer and chronicler in you.

- Flip Flops

Useful when you take a shower.

- Traveler's Checks

You can never be too sure with your money.

- Wet Wipes

Always come in handy. Easy to carry too.

- Laundry Detergent

It might prove handy.

- Space Savers

- Rain Coat

Especially if you travel on a rainy season or you're going to tropical countries like those in Southeast Asia or South America.

- Lock

For the safety of your belongings.

- Band Aids

It's better to be prepared than not at all.

- Travel Guide

Try picking a comprehensive yet easy-to-carry travel guide.

- Personal items such as toothpaste, deodorant, soap, and shampoo

For hygienic purposes.

A tip: The night before you leave, check all clothes that you need. Then take only the half. Clothing simply weighs too much. Take only what you can carry at ease.