20 Essential Travel Items You Cannot Forget to Pack

13. Swimwear and Boardies

If you’re going to a beach destination, you can probably buy it there. Still, when the sun is shining, the last thing you want is to spend time when you could be swimming going shopping instead.

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14. Sandals or Flip-Flops

An essential item. Your feet need to breathe and you won’t wear sneakers all the time. Great for leisure walks, hostels’ showers and in-house footwear.

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15. Smart Clothes

When you travel you’re going to enjoy the night as much as the day, so you want to pack proper attire for any occasion. Some clubs won’t allow underdressed people in.

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