How To Vacation Abroad Without Worrying About Overstuffing Your Luggage

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Five Tips To Vacation Abroad Without Overstuffing Your Luggage

Planning a trip abroad but are worried about the logistics of packing?

We got your back. Vacations should be a time for fun and relaxation, not a time for stressing about your belongings.

This article will outline tips on how to avoid overstuffing your luggage so you can have an incredible vacation abroad.

1) Check Your Airline's Baggage Guidelines

The most important thing you can do is check online for baggage requirements.

Many airlines have a 50-pound weight limit for checked baggage, and you don't want to go over this requirement as you will face fines.

Checking baggage requirements online before your flight will also ensure that you only pack what you're allowed to pack in your carry on.

Remember that carry on rules are strict and items like liquids will have to be under a certain size.

2) Leave Room For Souvenirs

Chances are, unless you travel for your job, you don't get to go abroad very often. This means you will want to bring home souvenirs for you and your loved ones back home.

Be sure to leave ample room in your suitcase for souvenirs that you can bring back.

You don't want the addition of souvenirs to put your suitcase over the weight limit.

3) Don't Worry if You Forget Something

A lot of people overstuff their suitcase because they're worried that they won't have everything they'll need once they get abroad.

Remember, unless you're going to a very primitive part of the world, most places have convenient stores and shopping malls.

You won't be without needed items. If you only pack shorts and find the weather is too cold for them, you can always buy pants once you get there.

4) Buy Miniature Toiletries

It's easy to overstuff your suitcase when you're trying to pack liters of shampoo and conditioner into it.

Instead, buy miniature versions of your favorite bathroom products and pack them neatly in a toiletry bag.

Ideally, you will use up those miniature versions during your trip and you won't have to worry about bringing them back.

5) Ship Extra Items Back

If you do happen to acquire too many items to fit in your suitcase while you're abroad, you can always ship items back home.

Shipping items saves money compared to paying airline fees for overweight bags. Shipping items also saves you the physical stress of lugging a heavy suitcase around.

With shipment, you have a guarantee your items will get home safely because they're being taken care of by professional shippers.


Have a Great Vacation Abroad

We hope this article has given you ideas on how to not overstuff your suitcase for your vacation abroad.

It's far more important to enjoy your vacation than worry about material items.

Material items can always be replaced but the time you spend vacationing abroad with your family is precious.

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Happy packing!

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