Suggested packing list for a week in the sun

Suggested packing list for a week in the sun

What can be more exciting than going on holiday? A week in the sun is often the most relaxing way to spend time away from work and forget about troubles for a while. So why not minimise the stress and make sure your packing is a breeze too?

Here at theye, we know how important it is to make sure you’re prepared for a safe holiday in the sun, so along with your tried and trusted mosquito repellent products – we’re also bringing to you the perfect packing checklist for a standard week in the sun.

 Don’t forget the essentials

  • Passport
  • Travel insurance documents
  • Tickets/booking confirmations – flights, accommodation etc.
  • Bank cards, foreign currency and maybe a travel money card

Now for clothing

  • Sweatshirt/cardigan/light jacket for cool evenings (can be worn to travel in)
  • Scarf/overshirt – can be used for warmth in the evenings or as a cover-up after the beach
  • Trousers x 1 (can be worn to travel in)
  • Closed-toe shoes (can be worn to travel in)
  • Sun hat (can be worn to travel in, to avoid damage)
  • Shorts x 2
  • Day tops x 4
  • Lightweight evening outfits x 5 – non-crease dresses or shirts
  • Swimwear x 2
  • Underwear x 7 – these take up little room, so there is no need to cut back on such essentials!
  • Flip flops/sandals
  • Socks x 3 – only if your closed-toe shoes require them
  • Nightwear x 1

Toiletries and Medication

  • The Eye mosquito repellent products 
  • Toothbrush and a small tube of toothpaste
  • Small roll-on deodorant
  • Hairbrush/accessories
  • Make-up if necessary
  • Razor
  • The Eye micro moisturiser with SPF
  • Paracetamol
  • Antiseptic cream
  • Plasters
  • Any personal medication

Everything Else

  • Mobile phone/charger/headphones
  • Camera/charger
  • Travel adaptor
  • Sunglasses
  • Pen/paper
  • Reading material
  • Day bag/handbag

Finally, if you’re packing for your children too, make sure that you have their key essentials in place too – not only do you need their clothing and their toys to keep them occupied on the flight, you also need to make sure you’ve got a suncream with a high level of SPF and bug repellent wipes, sprays or bands to protect them from any pests during the holiday too.

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