Travel Checklists - make sure you have everything for your next business or leisure trip

Updated: Sep 17


It is very easy to rush out to a meeting and forget important items. Here are 3 check lists that you can print out each time as a reminder, one for documents, one for business and one for personal. They are not exhaustive lists so feel free to customise them as you see fit.


Documents and other important items


☐  Passport

☐  Airline Tickets

☐  Visa (if required)

☐  Cash and foreign currency

☐  Credit Cards

☐  Driving Licence

☐  Vaccination card

☐  Hotel Reservation

☐  Car Hire

☐  Booking Reference

☐  Driver phone number

☐  Map

☐  Phone + charger

☐  Computer + charger

☐  Contract

☐  Brief


Promotional items


☐  Business Cards

☐  Badge

☐  Props

☐  Promotional literature

☐  Brochures

☐  Books

☐  A3 table stand for promoting books

☐  Workbooks (personalised where possible)

☐  Pop up stand

☐  Your introduction on laminated card

☐  USB with all material

☐  Adaptors for your equipment

☐  Adaptors if traveling abroad

☐  SumUp or similar for taking Credit Card payments

☐  Pens and other promotional items


Personal Travel Kit


☐  Kindle/book

☐  Toothbrush and toothpaste

☐  Deoderant

☐  Perfume/aftershave

☐  Wipes

☐  Sewing kit

☐  Tablets – prescription

☐  Tablets – non prescription, paracetemol, stomach etc

☐  Ear phones

☐  Attire including ties/bowtie

☐  Jewellery

☐  Portable speaker

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