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Travel Checklist


  • Passport or driver’s license. Remember that you’ll need a passport for international flights and your Drivers License or State issued ID for domestic flights.

  • Travel insurance documents. It’s wise to have a hard copy of your policy, because you never know when your phone battery or connectivity will fail you. Make sure you buy travel insurance as soon as you’ve made your trip arrangements! If you book with us, you'll automatically have travel insurance.

  • Travel itinerary and boarding passes/tickets

  • Required immunization documents and/or visas

  • Cash, credit cards and copies of credit cards. Remember to notify your credit card company if you’ll be traveling international.

  • Wallet

  • Keys

  • Prescription medications and copies of prescriptions

  • Prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses

  • Hearing aids and batteries

  • Cell phone and charger. Before you leave, download the free Travel App from Allianz Global Assistance, which can help guide you if you experience a travel emergency. You may also want other travel apps that can help with navigation, translation and even travel anxiety.

  • Laptop or tablet and charger

  • Power adapters, if you’re traveling internationally. Some places use different style outlets tan the US.



  • Snacks

  • Hand sanitizer/sanitizing wipes.

  • Camera and charger/accessories

  • Books, e-reader and charger, and other entertainment

  • One lightweight change of clothes

  • Toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, eyedrops and other toiletries for freshening up when you arrive

  • Neck pillow and/or blanket

  • Ear plugs

  • Eye mask

  • Headphones

  • Non-prescription pain relievers, sleep aids and other medications

  • Any valuable jewelry

  • Small notebook and pen

This is just some basic travel packing ideas. Everyone will pack how they want but, please make sure that you NEVER carry any liquids over 3oz in your purse, backpack or carry on bag. If you do, IT WILL BE THROWN IN THE TRASH BY TSA. Pack ALL liquids in your Checked Bag (the one that you give the Airline Agent when you get your Boarding Pass). Also, make sure your Checked Bag DOES NOT WEIGH OVER 50 lbs. If it does, you will have to pay an extra fee. If you have questions regarding what you Can or Can't take on a specific airline... Contact your airline that you're flying on to check their rules and regulations.

~Your Travel Therapist

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