Packing List for disable people travelling

Packing List for disable people travelling

Here is a list that we’ve come up with over the years. While it may differ for everyone, it covers the most important items. Take into account that you need to adjust this list to the specific coun-try/climate/season you will travel.

For example, if I say – hat, then when you are going to travel to Hawaii, it will be a sun hat or a cap of some kind. However, if you are planning your visit to Canada in winter, it will be your winter hat. The same applies to shoes/boots, sweaters, jackets etc… So, here we go:

Documents / Essentials

  • Passport and photocopies
  • Travel insurance and photocopies
  • Airline tickets and photocopies
  • Credit/Debit card. Record numbers & contact info somewhere.
  • Entry visas and vaccination certificates-if required
  • Money (US cash, no 100′s bills; should be in good condition some countries don’t accept old warn bills)


  • Underwear
  • Pants/Skirts/Shorts
  • T-shirts/Casual shirts
  • Sweaters
  • Windbreaker/Waterproof Jacket
  • Socks
  • Shoes Dress/Sandal/Walking/Waterproof
  • Hats (sun or rain)
  • Compression socks
  • Swim suit

Medicine / Vitamins

Besides your personal items, consider these:

  • Band-Aides
  • Ear plugs/Nasal Spray/Eye drops
  • Sleeping pills/Anti nausea medication
  • Blood Pressure Monitor
  • Feminine liners
  • Heart/blood pressure medicine


  • Sun glasses/Sun block
  • Antibacterial soap/Wipes
  • DEET or Herbal Mosquito spray
  • Toothbrush & paste/Floss
  • Reading / writing material
  • Reading glasses
  • Plastic ziplock bags
  • Alarm clock
  • Toilet paper, small shampoo/soap/lotion
  • Batteries (flashlight, hearing aid, camera)
  • Small penknife
  • Flashlight/String/Duct tape
  • Backpack
  • Paper Tissues


  • Computer / Tablet / Phone
  • Batteries / Travel Converter& Adapter / Cords
  • Camera / video camera
  • Tool Bag/Fuses for the electric wheelchair