What to Pack: The Ultimate Packing List for Backpackers (2022) - Road Affair (2023)

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Let’s be honest, there is a lot of crap written on what to pack for travel. Mostly by travel bloggers trying to make a quick buck by including super fancy and expensive gear you will never use.

No matter how much they say you will need it, trust us you don’t. All you need is a good backpack, a passport and some money.

Ok, and maybe an extra spare of clothes. Don’t want to be smelling like an old bum, do we?

To give you an idea of what else you might need, we included our packing list below. We spent two years figuring out what we consider to be the perfect balance of packing light and having all of the things we need.

However keep in mind that our packing list is not a one-size-fits-all, as every traveler is different and has different needs.


• Main Bag:I am going to write a post on choosing the best travel backpack and why you should travel light soon. Just know that a 35-45 liter pack is all you need. It’s the perfect size and holds everything below. Plus, it can be taken as a carry-on on budget airlines, and it fits neatly under a bus seat or in overhead bins.

We both have anOsprey Farpoint 40 and highly recommend it if you are still looking for a good backpack. Not only is the bag ultra light and comfortable, it also has a lifetime warranty on it, which means Osprey will fix any defects for free, no questions asked.

• Daypack:A good daypack should have some back support, but still be malleable enough that it can be rolled up and put into your main backpack whenever you don’t need it. We use a regular JanSport backpack as our daypack.

Essential Items

The items below are the essentials and without them you won’t get very far in your trip. Do not forget to pack them.

• Passport:Kind of obvious, but you will be surprised how many people forget to bring their passport with them. Don’t forget to make a color copy of your passport and carry it with you at all times. It comes in handy for random police stops, or in case you lose your passport abroad.

• Visa (if needed):Depending on where you are going and what kind ofpassport you have, you might need to apply for a tourist visa before your departure. VisaHQ has a pretty cool interactive map that shows you for which country you need a tourist visa according to the passport you have.

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• Ticket:It is always a good idea to print out your ticket before heading to the airport. Also, make sure to check-in and print your boarding pass before arriving at the airportif you are flying with a budget airline, so you don’t get charged a hefty fee at the airport.

• Travel Insurance:No matter how long or short your trip, make sure to purchase travel insurance. Most times you don’t need it but what happens if you do? You really don’t want to get stuck with a huge bill and spend the rest of your life paying it off. We recommend World Nomads.

• Debit/Credit Card:Don’t forget to notify your bank that you are traveling abroad so they don’t randomly put a hold on your card and you end up beingstuck with no money.

• Cash:It is good practice to have $100-200 in cash somewhere hidden in your backpack. You never know when you will need it.

• International Driver’s License (if needed):If you plan on driving a car or motorcycle abroad, don’t forget to get an international drivers license before your departure. Most countries require one, and if you are caught without one expect to pay a hefty fine.


Everybody wears different clothes but the list below should give you a good idea of how much clothing to pack. Feel free to change it up to fit your personal style.

• 1 Long Pants:We always carry one pair of long pants with us, even in the tropics. They are nice to have on cold overnight buses and in places where it gets a bit chilly at night. We like jeans but take whatever you feel the most comfortable in.

• 1-2 Shorts / Skirts:If you are going to colder climates maybe take an extra pair of long pants with you instead of shorts.

• 5 T-shirts / Tank Tops:We’ve found that five is a good number of t-shirts and tank tops to have in our backpack.

• 1 Hoodie / Sweater:A hoodie or warm sweater, just like the long pants, comes in handy for those cold overnight buses or chilly nights.

• 1 Long-Sleeve Top:Nice to wear on chillier days and after sunset when the mosquitoes come out looking for blood.

• 1 Comfortable Walking Shoes:Chances are that you will be walking a lot, so make sure to invest in some comfortable and lightweight walking shoes. We prefer running shoes like the ASICS Venture 5.They are very light and breathable, but alsohave a semi-good grip, which makes them greatfor the occasional hike.

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• 1 Rain Jacket:Please do not pack an umbrella as one gust of wind will send it flying or will break it. Rather invest in a rain jacket. They are easy to roll-up and barely take up any space in your bag. We both have the North Face Venture Rain Jacket and we love it. It’s a great quality jacket that actually keeps you dry, unlike many other rain jackets.

• 1 Flip-Flops:Everyone needs flip-flops!

• 1 Swimwear:Our travels revolve around the warm climate and beaches so of course we pack swimwear. If that’s not the case for you, don’t pack it.

• 5 Underwear & Socks:You do not need 50 pairs of underwear and socks like you have back home. A week’s worth is more than enough.


Below is a list of the most basic toiletries used by most on a regular basis. Your own list might be a little bit different. If you are traveling with a carry-on only, keep the 3-1-1 liquids rule in mind when packing your backpack. You can always buy more toiletries abroad.

• Shampoo

• Soap / Shower Gel

• Razor & Shaving Cream

• Toothbrush & Toothpaste

• Contraception (condoms, pill)

• Sanitary Towels / Tampons

Medical Kit

We used to carry a medical kit with us but realized it was unnecessary weight. Plus, we figured if anything serious were to happen to us our little kit wouldn’t save us. So we reduced it to the bare essentials.

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• Band-aids

• Bandages

• Antiseptic Wipes


We are digital nomads so our electronics list is probably longer than it would be if we were just regular backpackers. Our electronics alone are 1/3 of our total packing weight. So think twice before bringing all your gadgets from home.

• Laptop:In our opinion, the 13” Macbook Air is the best travel laptop out there. It is not only very lightweight, but also very powerful, unlike many Windows laptops. If you don’t need that much screen space, check out the 11” Macbook Air instead. Also, don’t forget to buy a good hardshell case for your laptop. If you have a Macbook, I recommend Incase. Though they’re a bit more expensive than the cheap cases from China, they actually protect your laptop’s fall or bang and will not break upon impact.

• Portable Hard Drive:A portable hard drive is a great way to backup all your images and files while traveling. Alternatively, if you trust Google with your data, you can also back thingsup on the cloud.

• USB Stick:A simple USB stick comes in handy when you need to print something (ex. boarding pass) at a copy shop and you don’t want them to have access to your portable hard drive.

• Unlocked Smartphone:If you want to use local sim cards abroad make sure to bring along an unlocked smartphone. Most carriers will unlock your phone for free if you tell them that you are going abroad.

• Camera:We travel with a Sony RX100.It’s lightweight and has the quality of a low range DSLR, which is perfect for what we need it for. If you are looking for a new camera or thinking about upgrading, check out our post on how to choose the best travel camera.

• Ebook Reader:Carry around a whole library of books without all the extra weightwith aKindle.


The items below are all the things that didn’t fit into any of the categories above but are still essential to pack.

• Travel Towel:A good travel towel is essential if you plan on staying in hostels or budget hotels, as most times they don’t provide towels. Unlike regular towels, travel towels are lightweight, take up almost no space and are quick drying. A must in everybody’s backpack.

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• Earplugs:If you are a light sleeper don’t forget to pack some earplugs for a good night’s sleep.

• Headlamp:Headlamps are one of those things you probably won’t use often but it is nice to have, especially when you are leaving early in the morning and don’t want to wake up your dorm mates or for random, yet very common, power outages. Energizerhas some good headlamps fora very low price.

• Universal Plug Adapter:If you are not sure whether you need aplug adapteror not,check out this page for a detailed list of all the plug and socket types used around the world.

• Padlock:Many hostels have lockers but no padlocks, so make sure to bring your own.

• Toilet Paper or Tissues:Don’t ask, just pack it. If you want to know why, check out our post on why backpackers are the unluckiest people on earth.

• Insect Repellent: Insect repellent can be found all over the world, but some places only sell the weak stuff with 15% DEET. If you want an insect repellent with 50% DEET orstronger consider buying it in advance.

• Sunscreen

What NOT to Pack

• Travel Pants: Would you wear travel pants when you are at home? No? So why would you wear them when you are abroad?

• Packing Cubes:Packing cubes are an interesting idea but take up too much space and add unnecessary weight.

• Money Belt:Money belts are totally uncomfortable and chances are that the person robbing you knows about them. If you are worried about getting robbed, bring a dummy wallet with you instead.

• Hiking Boots:Unless you are a hiker and plan on hiking a lot, leave those hiking boots at home. Not only are they heavy, they also take up way too much space. Regular walking shoes are more than enough for the occasional hike.

For moretips on what not to pack, check out our anti-packing list.

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And that’s it. That is everything we own in this world and let me tell you, we have never felt better. The more we travel around the world, the more we realize how little we actually need.

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What are the essential checklist for backpackers? ›

These items should be part of your backpacking checklist:
  • Hiking boots or shoes.
  • Backpack.
  • Tent.
  • Sleeping bag and sleeping pad.
  • Stove and fuel.
  • Kitchen supplies.
  • Plenty of food.
  • Water bottles and water-treatment supplies.

How do you pack a backpack for a road trip? ›

To prevent the weight of the backpack from unbalancing you, place the largest and heaviest objects on the bottom. Put the things you use frequently on top. For example, if you bring the sleeping bag, remember that you will have to use it every night, so put it in an easily accessible place.

How do I pack for a 2022 flight? ›

Keep all of your liquids. Together. And put them in an accessible pocket where you can just pull

What should I pack for 7 days away? ›

Read on for tips and lists of what to pack for a week trip.
Useful Carry-on Items
  • Electronics (phone, computer, camera)
  • Chargers + adapters.
  • Portable charger.
  • Reusable water bottle (empty before TSA!)
  • Reusable tote.
  • Snacks (dried fruit, granola, popcorn, crackers)
  • Sunglasses + prescription glasses.
  • Earphones.
8 May 2019

How do backpackers stay organized? ›

  1. Pick the best travel backpack. Your backpack is the MVP of your trip, and choosing the right one will make it far easier to stay organized. ...
  2. Take inventory of your travel stuff. ...
  3. Use travel packing accessories. ...
  4. Roll and fold your clothes. ...
  5. Pack and protect your electronics. ...
  6. Keep toiletries together.
6 Oct 2021

What are 3 tips to prepare for a road trip? ›

7 things to do before a family road trip
  1. Prep your vehicle. ...
  2. Download apps. ...
  3. Stock up on car-friendly activities. ...
  4. Pack snacks and liquids to stay hydrated. ...
  5. Secure your home. ...
  6. Build background knowledge about where you're going. ...
  7. Do some research about where you're staying.

How do you pack a road trip efficiently? ›

Here's how to properly pack for a road trip and some gear to help you do it.
  1. Know What Your Car Can Handle. First and foremost, consider the vehicle you'll take and the storage space it has. ...
  2. Use a Rack. ...
  3. Pull a Trailer. ...
  4. Take Plenty of Water. ...
  5. Bring Plenty of Snacks. ...
  6. Give Everything a Place.
21 May 2019

What can I not bring on a plane 2022? ›

Liquid or gel food items larger than 3.4 oz are not allowed in carry-on bags and should be placed in your checked bags if possible. TSA officers may instruct travelers to separate items from carry-on bags such as foods, powders, and any materials that can clutter bags and obstruct clear images on the X-ray machine.

Can you take perfume on a plane 2022? ›

The FAA limits the total amount of restricted medicinal and toiletry articles, including aerosols, in checked baggage. The total aggregate quantity per person cannot exceed 2 kg (70 ounces) or 2 L (68 fluid ounces). The capacity of each container must not exceed 0.5 kg (18 ounces) or 500 ml (17 fluid ounces).

What is the most forgotten thing to pack? ›

Most Commonly Forgotten Things to Pack
  • Don't Forget Travel Documents. ...
  • One of the Most Commonly Forgotten Things to Pack Are Snacks. ...
  • Keep a Hand Sanitizer Close By. ...
  • Remember to Bring Your Medicine and First Aid Kit. ...
  • Fill a Small Bag With Toiletries. ...
  • Don't Forget Glasses and Sunglasses. ...
  • Pack Chargers and Headphones.
8 May 2020

What should a woman pack for a 10 day trip? ›

  • 3 to 5 shirts. If you must overpack, pack an extra T-shirt or two if it makes you feel better. ...
  • 2 to 3 bottoms. Note this could include shorts or slacks. ...
  • 3 dresses. ...
  • 1 to 3 light jacket pieces. ...
  • 3 to 7 accessories. ...
  • 2 to 3 pairs of shoes. ...
  • 1 small bag.
13 Mar 2015

How do you organize clothes in a backpack? ›

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How much do backpackers walk in a day? ›

Most people will plan to hike 3-10 miles per day, depending on what shape you're in and how much elevation gain there is.

Do backpackers provide towels? ›

Most hostels offer towels these days, but there's a good chance you'll have to pay to rent it. Rather than paying and risking an immodest scurry down the hall in a too-small hostel towel, carry your own quick-drying towel.

How do you carry toilet paper on backpacking? ›

Rinse it if possible, and carry it in a plastic bag. On a day hike, you can carry a couple wads of toilet paper or tissue and a small zip-top plastic bag. Put the used toilet paper in the bag and dump the paper in your toilet when you get home.

What I should not carry while Travelling? ›

You don't need to carry lots of cash with you. Don't pack any food: it could make your clothes dirty or if spilled or leaked, it can be of a big loss to you. Don't carry soap, shampoos, toiletries, and deodorants: you can buy all such items abroad. Don't pack heavy books: books can cover a large space in your bag.

How do you keep your phone charged while backpacking? ›

How To Keep Your Phone Charged While Hiking
  2. FLIGHT MODE. The first thing is to put your phone in flight mode. ...
  7. SHUT DOWN APPS. ...
11 May 2021

How do I calm my nerves before a road trip? ›

Tips to help overcome anxiety about traveling
  1. Identify your triggers. ...
  2. Plan for certain scenarios. ...
  3. Plan for responsibilities at home while you're away. ...
  4. Bring plenty of distractions. ...
  5. Practice relaxation. ...
  6. Travel with friends. ...
  7. Consider medication. ...
  8. Find the positives in traveling.
30 Jul 2019

What important things should be kept in mind while Travelling by road? ›

Here are a few tips to keep in mind while travelling alone.
Carry only what you need.
  • Leave your bling at home. ...
  • Keep cash handy. ...
  • Learn the basics of the local language. ...
  • Map out a plan. ...
  • Keep your eyes and ears open.

How do I survive a 7 hour road trip? ›

These tips for long drives will help you down the road.
  1. Get plenty of sleep before your drive. Think about exhaustion before you begin your journey, not after. ...
  2. Bring healthy road trip snacks. ...
  3. Stay hydrated. ...
  4. Plan your rest stops. ...
  5. Chew gum. ...
  6. Use energizing scents. ...
  7. Sit up straight. ...
  8. Keep passengers entertained.
30 Sept 2019

What shoes should I wear on a road trip? ›

Wear: sneakers or slip-ons

For one, your toes will stay cozy and warm, even if those foot-level vents are blasting cold air. This is a safety consideration, too. Shoes with heels don't give you great control and maneuverability with the pedals, and flip-flops can get wedged under pedals or floor mats.

What I pack on a 12 hour road trip? ›

Essential Road Trip Items
  • Important documents. Vehicle registration, IDs, insurance document, and travel and accommodation booking confirmations.
  • First aid kit. ...
  • Pack for the weather. ...
  • A drawstring laundry bag. ...
  • Enough diapers and wet wipes. ...
  • Travel cooler bags. ...
  • Plastic plates, cups, and utensils. ...
  • Plenty of water.
5 May 2021

What are 3 things you must have to travel? ›

Become a Jetsetter
  • 1 Wallet and passport holder.
  • 2 Phone charger and adapter.
  • 3 Reusable water bottle.
  • 4 Hand sanitizer.
  • 5 Skincare products.
  • 6 Camera.
  • 7 Travel journal and pen.
  • 8 Walking shoes.
31 Jul 2019

What is the cheapest month to travel 2022? ›

Cheapest Days to Fly 2022: Winter
  • Cheapest fares: January 7 to February 28.
  • Cheapest single travel day: January 21.
  • Best days of the week to fly: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, followed by Thursdays.
  • Days to avoid: Prices are higher February 14-17 due to Valentine's Day and President's Day weekends.
13 Dec 2021

Do medications need to be in original container when flying 2022? ›

Traveling with Medication. Prescription medications should be in their original containers with the doctor's prescription printed on the container. It is advised that you travel with no more than personal use quantities, a rule of thumb is no more than a 90 day supply.

Why do you have to remove your laptop at airport security? ›

The rule allows screeners to get an unimpeded look at each computer, which might help them discern whether it contains hidden explosives. And removing a laptop also makes it easier for screeners to see whatever else is in the bag. Computers can be large and dense enough to conceal parts of a suitcase in an X-ray image.

Do you have to take out your laptop charger at the airport? ›

Chargers and cables for electronic devices don't need to be removed from your carry-on when going through airport security. That said, they do clutter the x-ray images a lot, so unless you've packed just a few chargers in there, the TSA agents might ask you to remove them from the bag and place them in a separate bin.

What is the 3 11 rule? ›

Each passenger may carry liquids, gels and aerosols in travel-size containers that are 3.4 ounces or100 milliliters. Each passenger is limited to one quart-size bag of liquids, gels and aerosols.

Can you bring hand sanitizer on a plane? ›

As a temporary exemption from the 3-1-1 rule, TSA is allowing one oversized liquid hand sanitizer container, up to 12 ounces per passenger, in carry-on bags. These will need to be placed in a bin during the screening process. Passengers may also bring hand wipes through checkpoints.

Can I take toothpaste on a plane? ›

Yes, toothpaste must adhere to the 3-1-1 rule for liquids and gels. Toothpaste can be brought through TSA security in your carry-on as long as it is 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) or less and placed in a 1-quart bag. If your toothpaste is bigger, put it in your checked luggage or purchase some upon arrival.

What is the smartest way to pack? ›

8 Tips on How to Pack Efficiently
  1. Roll your clothes. ...
  2. Use packing cubes. ...
  3. Bring travel-size toiletries. ...
  4. Put things inside your shoes. ...
  5. Wear your pair of shoes that takes up the most space. ...
  6. Wear your heaviest piece of outerwear on plane/bus/etc. ...
  7. Pack plenty of neutral colors. ...
  8. Zip your suitcase up, then add more to it.

What is the hardest room to pack? ›

We'll list these rooms in order of difficulty.
  • Garages. Garages and sheds are a pain because there are so many odd shaped items that you can't just put in a box. ...
  • Kitchens and Dining Rooms. Kitchens and dining rooms are difficult because there are so many breakables. ...
  • Laundry Rooms. ...
  • Offices/Dens/Gaming Rooms/Man Caves/etc.
18 Apr 2020

What is the most space saving way to pack? ›

The Most Efficient Way To Pack a Bag & Save 2X Space - YouTube

Is it better to roll or fold clothes in a suitcase? ›

Rolling your clothes in your suitcase will generally save space. This is because it squeezes air from between folds and means the most of available space is used. If done correctly, rolling can also ensure less wrinkles in your clothes.

How do I fit all my clothes in my carry-on? ›

Here's how to fit everything you need for a trip into a carry-on.
  1. Roll Your Clothes To Create More Space. ...
  2. Maximize Space By Putting Smaller Items Into Larger Ones. ...
  3. Think Twice About What Tech You Actually Need. ...
  4. Packing Cubes Are The Way, People. ...
  5. Plan Your Outfits Ahead Of Time So You Don't Overpack. ...
  6. Two Words: Packing Cubes.
29 Jan 2020

What girls should carry while Travelling? ›

  • A good day-trip/hiking backpack.
  • Wifi & Sim Card.
  • Multi Pouch makeup bag.
  • Bring a lot of clothes.
  • Menstrual Cup.
  • Versatile footwear.
  • Power Bank.
  • A Kindle.
14 Mar 2020

How do you pack for a road trip? ›

Road Trip Essentials – Packing List
  1. Car Chargers. Link: USB Car Adapter. ...
  2. Snacks. When it comes to the essentials you can forget flat tires or car troubles, if there's one thing above all else you want to avoid on a road trip – it's hanger. ...
  3. Chapstick. ...
  4. Physical Map. ...
  5. Cozy Blanket. ...
  6. Cooler. ...
  7. A/C Inverter. ...
  8. Jumper Cables.
5 Oct 2022

What are the five items to put in your backpack for a trek or hike? ›

These items should be on your hiking checklist:
  • Hiking backpack.
  • Weather-appropriate clothing (think moisture-wicking and layers)
  • Hiking boots or shoes.
  • Plenty of food.
  • Plenty of water.
  • Navigation tools such as a map and compass.
  • First-aid kit.
  • Knife or multi-tool.

What are the three things that are essential for camping? ›

Shelter and Bedding
  • Tent. Camping tents are available in a range of sizes and shapes. ...
  • Hammocks. If you're the kind of person who likes being cradled as you sleep, a hammock might be a better option than a tent. ...
  • Sleeping Bag. Sleeping bags are available in a range of sizes, shapes, thickness, and materials. ...
  • Rain/Sun Shelter.

What are the 10 things you should prepare before hiking? ›

Preparing Yourself Physically
  • Do exercise you enjoy. ...
  • Mix up the terrain and weather condition. ...
  • Fuel your body well. ...
  • Remember to pace yourself. ...
  • Consistency and persistence is key. ...
  • Understand your trip grade. ...
  • Consider using walking poles. ...
  • Practice walking with your backpack.

Which of the following belongs to the 10 essentials for hikers? ›

Ten Essential Systems
  • Navigation (map & compass)
  • Sun protection (sunglasses & sunscreen)
  • Insulation (extra clothing)
  • Illumination (headlamp/flashlight)
  • First-aid supplies.
  • Fire (waterproof matches/lighter/candle)
  • Repair kit and tools.
  • Nutrition (extra food)

What is the most important item in hiking? ›

And for help figuring out what else to bring with you, check out our hiking checklists.
  • Sun Protection. ...
  • First Aid. ...
  • Knife. ...
  • Fire. ...
  • Emergency Shelter. ...
  • Extra Food. ...
  • Extra Water. ...
  • Extra Clothes.

What is the best outfit to wear when hiking? ›

Hiking sandals and sneakers are appropriate for most terrain, though longer treks may still require hiking boots. Breathable wicking materials (no cotton) are key for shirts, bottoms and hiking socks to keep the sweat off your skin. Lighter colors absorb less heat and can keep you cooler on hot days.

What are the 7 tips for hiking? ›

  • Tip #1 – Get the gear. Reduce the risk of injury by having good gear and being properly prepared for the hike. ...
  • Tip #2 – Map it out. ...
  • Tip #3 – Hydrate. ...
  • Tip #4 – Extra layers. ...
  • Tip #5 – The buddy system. ...
  • Tip #6 – Don't light fires on any mountain. ...
  • Tip #7 – Never underestimate.
9 Feb 2021

How many pairs of clothes should I bring backpacking? ›

In general, bring one to two T-shirts, one long-sleeve shirt and one pair of lightweight yet durable synthetic pants. A pair of ultralight running shorts with a built-in brief can be a boon for hot weather: You can also swim in them and wear them while you wash and dry your pants.

How do you pack toilet paper for backpacking? ›

Have a Ziploc bag especially for used toilet paper. Some hikers like to double bag it to avoid accidental rips. I like to take a gallon-sized Ziploc and cover it in duct tape so I don't have to look at the grossness inside. Don't forget the hand sanitizer.

What are the Big 3 in backpacking? ›

Generally speaking, the Big Three gear pieces of any backpacking adventure consist of: your shelter, your sleeping system and your backpack. If the combined weight of those three pieces of gear is 12 pounds or more, you're trending heavy and you could be in for a really hard time on your hike.

What is good camping food? ›

The Essential Camping Food List
  • Cereal. Great any time of day, but certainly worth having to start your day right, especially if you're planning a full day of activities. ...
  • Bread. Another essential food item that can be used for any meal time. ...
  • Rice. ...
  • Powdered milk. ...
  • Crackers. ...
  • Eggs. ...
  • Beans. ...
  • Tuna.


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