It’s that time of the year when many are looking to travel to both local and international destinations, to celebrate and catch up with family and loved ones. As has been the case in recent weeks, with the ongoing wet weather across the country, there is a huge potential for things to go wrong – mid-way your travel- both on the road and with your health. Albeit, being prepared, being sensible and choosing the right gear can make a big difference and make you stand-out among fellow travelers.
Whether you are carrying a backpack, a tote bag or a wheeled bag, what’s in it this December?
This is something you do not want to forget before departing for your journey. These could either be preventive or prescribed medicine, or both. Preventive medicine enables your immune system to deal with worse case scenarios due to environmental changes while on the road. Some of these may include mosquito repellant and antihistamines which are available on www.mydawa.com. Prescription medicine could be anything from antibiotics to one’s Asthma or Diabetes medication. It is also important to ensure that you have enough supply (Refill your medication if its about to run out) before departing, otherwise, you will end up making impromptu stopovers, interfering with your leisure time and also putting your health at risk.
These can be annoying to carry as sometimes they are heavy or take too much packing space, but are a must for any kind of travel one may be looking to indulge in. In addition to toiletry essentials like toothpaste and soap, additional items like wet wipes or hand sanitizer may come in handy when you need to clean your hands before feasting away amidst your trip. Something like shampoo may also be very helpful when you need to clean your hair after that very muddy hike or game drive. It is also important to pack your selection of toiletries in an easily accessible bag or pouch as the need for any of the items might arise at any time during your journey. As you prepare to travel, be sure to check out these and more personal hygiene products at https://mydawa.com/products/221/392.
As obvious as these may sound, you still don’t want to be that one person always asking for charging cables, power banks and flashlights because you comprehend how annoying this habit can be when you are at the receiving-end of these requests. Must haves when it comes to electronic gadgets and other accessories, would include your phone charger, a power bank in case your phone’s battery isn’t as reliable or if traveling to remote places with limited access to electricity and a flashlight (preferably a rechargeable LED flashlight).You may also need to carry a camera and a set of binoculars if sight-seeing is included in your December plans. In addition to your headphones, you may also consider carrying a pair of ear plugs for when you need to cancel out ambient noise for that restful sleep.
First Aid Kit
So many things may happen while travelling hence the need to be able to treat oneself whether it’s something minor like a cut, or something major like an impending fever. This fact necessitates the need for a first aid kit which provides an intermediary solution before one can access a medical facility or professional, where necessary.
The good news is MYDAWA has got you covered in putting together essential yet affordable first aid kits, with two options as follows;
- Compact First Aid Kit – up to 5 people. You can get yours here -> https://mydawa.com/First-Aid-Kit-Compact-Up-to-5-People/product/3839
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We hope these tips will come in handy for your December travels. You can also share some additional tips in the comment section. Remember, if you can’t be good, be safe!1