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List of things to pack for your vacation to Sri Lanka – Preparing for Adventure

When it comes to travelling effectively, the bulk of it comes down to the packing. If you can plan the trip well enough to have packed correctly, then you will be in for an experience of a lifetime. Sri Lanka and its' many delights await those who are prepared to seek it!


Pick the right bag for the trip

Starting from selecting the right bag, you can give the trip a good chance of success. This facet of the preparation stage will depend vastly based on several factors. The first being, whether you are travelling alone or with other people, followed by how long you are planning on staying for once you arrive.
This thinking follows through to your day bag as well and will be determined by whether you are simply here for a casual stay or you plan on doing a lot of hiking and travelling.


What to wear in Sri Lanka as a woman?

The cultural norms of the nation of Sri Lanka are very much typical with a few restrictions. You can bring along with you a few pairs of jeans, shorts, bikinis and a pair of flip flops.
If you ever need to stock up on any items, simply pop into a local market and you will be able to add to your inventory for very low costs.


Staying first aid ready

A must-pack for travel is a well-stocked first aid box. This is mainly because until you are settled in the best thing you can do is have an emergency or medical supply on hand so that you can avoid any discomfort or panic.
Should you ever need to purchase a first aid box, and you are staying at a location like the Amethyst Resort Passikudah simply let the staff know and they will be able to help you source a good quality first aid box to keep with you on your journey. Additionally, you can even ask the hotel staff to help you find places to visit in Pasikuda so that you can add a coastal siesta to your itinerary.


Packing for travel banking

When it comes to travel banking, one of the best things you can do is to keep several travel cards close to you at all times. This will help you in case either you lose your wallet or you lose your travel gear. Keep in mind that when in Sri Lanka there are going to ATMs in most towns and cities so you will be able to easily withdraw cash but it is also better to keep some currency on your person as well.


Don't forget your documents

Last but certainly not least, all travellers must maintain multiple copies as well as the original version of their identifying and travel documentation at all times. This will come in handy when you are travelling between provinces and or need to present them for any verification purposes.
Keeping these items close will definitely make your time on this beautiful island less stressful.