29 Things You’ll Want to Take on Your First International Trip

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Packing cubes, a passport, and someone sleeps with a neck pillow

Going on your first international trip can be exciting, but more than a little stressful. From handy organizers to gadgets that’ll keep you busy on the plane, here are some things you’ll want to take with you on your overseas journey.

Your final packing list will depend a lot on where you’re going and what you plan to do when you get there. However, this list includes items that will come in handy on pretty much any trip—including one to another country.

Table of Contents

Packing
Toiletries
Electronics
Comfort
Sightseeing

Packing

A suitcase, a passport, and a luggage scale

Packing can be the hardest part of any trip. You’ll want to start with a sturdy luggage set that’ll keep your things protected while you’re on the road (or in the air). You’ll also want a few accessories to help you stay organized and keep track of your belongings throughout your trip.

We recommend picking up these accessories before you start packing:

Toiletries

Travel toiletries, wet wipes, and a toiletry holder

Toiletries can be particularly tricky to pack. You never realize how many products you need until you have to get them all together to take with you on vacation. That’s why these gems are essential for every international traveler:

Electronics

A Kindle, a power adapter, and a woman on her phone

Everyone travels with electronics these days. In fact, our phones hold everything from boarding passes to credit cards. Many folks also bring an actual camera to capture memories on their trip, instead of relying on their phone. An e-reader can also keep you occupied during any downtime.

Here are some of our fave electronics and gadget organizers to travel with:

Comfort

A woman with a travel pillow, powder electrolytes, and someone sleeps with an eye mask

Unless you’re traveling in first class, taking a long international flight is not the greatest experience. Sitting in a small seat surrounded by dry air and loud passengers isn’t ideal for most people, especially if you need to catch some z’s.

However, these items can make all flights—long or short—far more bearable:

Sightseeing

A woman wears a money pouch, a water bottle, and a backpack

Getting to your international destination is just a small part of your trip. When you finally arrive, you’ll want to make the most of your time and money, while also keeping your valuables safe. These items will help you avoid any mishaps or inconveniences while you explore your vacation destination:


Traveling internationally for the first time is a thrill, but there are a lot of things you’ll want to bring with you to make your trip as enjoyable as possible. From organized packing to keeping busy on the plane, these handy odds and ends will help you relax and get the most out of your vacation.

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