Winter is a magical time of year as our favorite destinations are changed into completely new snow-covered landscapes! Traveling to winter destinations can be very, very enjoyable, but you have to do it right. You want to be warm; you want to be dry; those are the two key things. So, follow the tips and tricks for better winter travel.
Tips and Tricks – Winter Destinations
These are going to be your top shoes. They may not look super stylish, but they’re going to keep you dry and warm. And spray your waterproof boots with waterproof spray to keep them even more waterproof. In case your feet do get wet, bring two plastic bags with you at all times. When needed, wear them under your socks.
If you know, there’s going to be heavy snowfall in your destination, and you want to be using a camera. You want to be filming and taking pictures, and sometimes you don’t want your camera out in the snow the entire time because water damage can destroy your camera. So, if you can afford the space, you could bring a small umbrella.
If you’re going somewhere with snow and you don’t want to be dragging around a suitcase all over the snow, dragging snow in your hotel room and your place, then bring a backpack. Get a backpacker’s, and store all the stuff you’d be carrying around in the snow on your back, so it doesn’t get wet.
Thermals are going to be your best friend during your winter travels. Thermals are super light, easy to pack, they don’t take up a lot of space, they keep you dry, and they keep you warm. They are items of clothing, they’re thin layers that you wear as the base of your outfit, and then you pile other clothing on top.
– No need to go overboard when it comes to packing clothing for winter destinations. Because for the most part, you need to be wearing your winter jacket. So, please bring a few hats, a few scarves, and jewelry, and that is what changes your look and saves space in your luggage.
They are very affordable, you can even find them in some dollar stores, and they keep you warm. Oh my gosh, they will come to the rescue when you need them the most. So basically, they’re these packs that you shake up, you throw them in your gloves, you throw them in your boot, and they heat up, and they keep you nice and toasty. They are a lifesaver sometimes.
Pack Ziploc bags of any size.
Ziploc bags come in handy for many things. One thing is to separate your wet and your dry clothes. So if something happens to get wet, if your gloves are wet, your hat is wet, your socks get wet, you can put it in a Ziploc bag, separate it from all your dry stuff, and you can put a silica gel inside that bag to suck out any moisture.…