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The packing list that helps you remember everything

Don't worry. You are not alone. We have all tried forgetting a thing or two when packing for a vacation. Hopefully, this packing list containing the most important and common items to pack for a vacation can help you avoid forgetting something while being at your destination. This packing list will make it faster and easier for you to pack without getting lost and stressed in the process. Check out the list below and pack in time. Refundmore wishes you a good vacation. 


Hand baggage


  • Passport

  • Flight tickets

  • Travel insurance

  • Health insurance certificate

  • Visa (If required) 

  • Vaccination certificate or test results (Digital or printed) 

  • Documents for hotel reservations, car rental, etc. 

  • Wallet/credit card and cash

  • Drivers license 

  • Medicine and pills

  • Sunglasses

  • Earplugs

  • Headset/headphones

  • Phone charger

  • Powerbank

  • Neck pillow and sleeping mask

  • Case for glasses


Clothes and accessories

  • Underwear

  • Socks

  • Bra

  • Undershirts

  • Pajamas

  • T-shirts

  • Shirts

  • Tie

  • Hoodies/sweatshirts

  • Jacket

  • Pants/jeans

  • Shorts

  • Dresses/skirts

  • Shoes

  • Sandals/flip flops

  • Belt

  • Handbag/backpack

  • Hat and cap

Toilet bag

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste

  • Face, hand, and body lotion

  • Sunscreen

  • Deodorant 

  • Perfume

  • Shampoo and conditioner

  • Soap

  • Hair products (Hairspray, gel, etc.) 

  • Hairbrush/comb

  • Makeup

  • Shaving gear

  • Hand sanitizer

  • Contact lenses

  • Tweezer  

  • Contraception/birth control

  • Pads/tampons



  • Mobile phone

  • Tablet

  • Laptop

  • Chargers

  • Universal adapter 

  • Camera

  • Powerbank

  • Headphones 

  • Rainwear

  • Umbrella 

  • Swimwear

  • Towels 


Remember to check this before your travel

  • Check the expiry date of your passport 

  • Sign up for travel insurance or check what is included in active insurances

  • Sign up for a cancellation/rebooking insurance

  • Check out the website for The ministry of foreign affairs and keep yourself updated


Last but not least, don't forget your rights if your flight gets canceled or delayed for 3 hours or more. At Refundmore, we help you as a passenger to claim your compensation. 

By Philip Brechmann