Phone cameras are improving all the time. However, they are no match for a ‘proper’ camera. I don’t go anywhere without my Canon M100 in tow. Its an entry level mirrorless camera but the photo quality is significantly better than anything my phone can produce. They are small and lightweight so no issues with portability.
Raise your photo and social media game with a mirrorless camera.
A cable for this, one for that. Before you know it, you have a bagful. Avoid all that hassle and get a multi-port cable which has the right attachments for the vast majority of your chargeable products.
Not only are they lightweight, they are cheap too so no excuses to at least give them a go. They also provide useful back up chargers should you break your main charger.
A must for any traveler. For anybody who has failed to pack one, you know the issues that stem from it. Your laptops, phones, cameras all need power. A universal adapter allows you to charge them regardless of where you travel too.
This is an old school solution but one that works. Keep all your documents and important information at hand with a travel organizer. It holds your passport along with any boarding passes, as well as any important information to need to keep accessible.
It’s always good practice to have hard copies in case you lose your phone containing the information, and also don’t forget, you may not have access to data networks to retrieve any information.
Noise canceling earbuds or headphones can transform your flight from noise to serene. They really do make a difference to your environment so buy the best you can afford. A good comfortable pair will also make in flight entertainment all the more enjoyable.
Cell phone holder
This is a small thing but sometimes you have to make a DIY solution to propping your phone up. These tiny gadgets make it easy and safe to do so and makes watching things on your phone, so much more comfortable.
Zip lock bags
Often forgotten but they are incredibly useful. Whether it is a wet towel, or a muddy pair of shoes, protect the remainder of your luggage. Trust me, you will use them somehow.
A good hat will protect you from the sun and the rain. It is actually a safe thing to do to give you the best protection.
Make it a habit to take a mini umbrella with you in your carry on. The are small and lightweight, yet the protection they afford you from the rain means that you may be saved from a soggy hell.