Packing tips and tricks for your hand luggage

If you’re ready to pack for your Summer Camp experience in Spain, we are sure, you might need a few tips and tricks for your hand luggage.

We’ve created together a handy guide to help make sure you’ve got everything you need.

Documents

You must carry all your Summer Camp documents with you ready for inspection when you arrive at immigration in the Spain. Normally they will not ask you anything, only by showing your Passport will be more than enough. But just in case, have everything on hand, we recommend you to buy a passport wallet and holder to save all your documents and like this you can have everything easy on hand.

Charges and battery pack

We recommend to to pack it in the big suitcase, in one of the pocket inside. Like this you will skip to take it out in the control suitcases that sometimes can be stressful. 

Remember also to pack one charger and battery pack with you so you can boost your battery while you’re waiting to board or while you’re in a coffee shop.

Choose a practical suitcase with standout details

Losing your luggage is the ultimate packing pitfall, and it’s all the more likely when your suitcase blends in with thousands of others. Brand your bag with unique name tags or opt for a style in a bright color or print. Remember: it’s an extension of your personal style.

Packing your clothes in this way:

Roll up your jeans to save space (It’s faster and will maximize your space! Reserve the classic layer cake fold for more delicate or wrinkle-prone fabrics.)

Tuck breakable inside of your socks (like a glass perfume bottle, this will prevent it from scratching or catching on anything.)

Put loose wires in a sunglasses case (To avoid messy tangles with your various wires, roll them up tightly and throw them in a sunglasses case)

Stack your bras together (Save space while helping your bras maintain their shape by stacking them on on top of each other.)

Put your toiletries in a see-through bag for easier access.

Keep things fresh with a dryer sheet ( “It keeps your clothes smelling clean.” A few sheets of Bounce is all you need.)

Capitalize on empty space (every nook and cranny counts! So look for underutilized space, like the insides of shoes, for small essentials like headphones or change purses.)