It can happen that our foreign travel would cover different countries or even different continents. If this is the case in your next travel, you should of course expect to experience changes in climate throughout your trip.
Certainly, we wear different clothing in different temperatures. This underscores the importance of packing clothes and accessories that can either keep us warm or make us feel fresh.
All-Weather Wardrobe for Your Trip
Just like many others, I love to travel. My reasons for traveling are as wide-ranging as the clothes I bring with me: explore the world, meet new people, discover new cultures, get away from work for a bit – the list goes on. The only part I don’t like about the entire trip is the plane ride. Despite flying for years now, I still haven’t outgrown my fear of flying.
But this article is not about my aerophobia. It’s about knowing how to pack based on your itinerary. If we travel for different reasons and in different seasons, then we also have to pack an appropriate set of items every time. Here are tips on how to do just that in case you’re traveling in varied seasons throughout your trip.
Traveling from Hot to Cold Climates
It could happen that our itinerary covers countries with different seasons, and that entails packing specific items. If you’re starting your trip in a hot country and proceed to another whose climate is cold, be sure to invest money in two pieces of jackets (the kinds that pack light). You can look for inexpensive deals on the web if you’re shopping on a budget.
Touring from Cold to Hot Countries
On the other hand, if your tour starts in a country with a cold climate and end in one where the climate is hot, majority of your clothing should be based on cold weather. Don’t pack too much summer-ready clothes as they can be bought cheap as you travel.
Traveling throughout different seasons
Now what if your itinerary covers different continents, which means being in hot weather one day and cold weather on the next, then hot again after a few days? Well, this is where your travel wardrobe will include both thick and light fabrics.
If you don’t want to pack too much stuff in your luggage, again, decide which clothing you’re going to take with you and which ones you’ll purchase along the way.
Bring other essentials
Of course, it’s not all about clothes. You also have to consider other stuff like footwear, hats, and accessories to keep you either warm or otherwise, depending on the weather of the country where you are.
Still, don’t fall into the trap of over-packing. What you’ll pay for excess baggage may have a big dent on your budget and become a damper to your entire trip.
The last words
Finally, be sure to choose the right-sized cabin luggage to take with you by considering all the essentials that ought to be there.