Gap Year Checklist

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It is important to be prepared for anything and everything when traveling with a Gap Year Program. Here is a general list of things
you must—and might need—to pack.

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Gap Year Checklist

  1. 1. A Gap Year Checklist It is important to be prepared for anything and everything when traveling with a Gap Year Program. Here is a general list of things you must—and might need—to pack. Necessary Travel Paperwork General Toiletries Weather Appropriate Clothing Passport Shampoo T-shirts Passport photos Toothbrush & toothpaste Shorts/short skirts Debit & credit cards Deodorant Underwear Prepaid currency cards Razors Casual light slacks Traveler’s checks Shaving gel or oil Jeans Wallet or purse Suntan lotion Hat (hot or cold weather) Prepaid international calling Moisturizing cream Comfortable travel shoes cards (sim cards) Insect/mosquito repellent Bathing suit Insurance policy Antibiotic cream Sunglasses Flight tickets Bandages Plastic rain poncho Local bus/train tickets Lightweight travel towels Going out/dress up outfit Youth hostel card Brush/comb Student identity card Toilet paper Immunization records Tissues Miscellaneous Student travel discount card Nail clippers Book of language (and key phrases) Multiple copies of trip documents to communicate with locals Contact information for Day pack/backpack U.S. embassies Sleeping bag Alarm clock Pen & paper or journal CameraStudents aboard Combination padlockS/Y Ocean Star Vitaminsdrop anchor in the Universal sink plugTobago Cays duringan 80-day Caribbean Glasses/contacts prescriptionSEA|MESTER voyage. Small pocketknifeSee listing on page Ball of string14, ad on page 18. Sewing kit Resealable plastic bags Mosquito net Balloons or small giveaways for kids you meet 32 | THE TEENLIFE GUIDE TO GAP YEAR PROGRAMS
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