Packing for a Coach Trip
The weather is warming up and if you’re travelling, you’ll need to pack savvy. In the latest blog post from Guideline Coaches Ltd, we take a look at top tips for packing for your next coach trip.
If you are only embarking on a day trip, you might find it easier to take a canvas bag with you, instead of a heavier satchel or handbag. A canvas bag will fold away easily when you no longer need it and is strong enough to store multiple items.
Although you won’t be doing much walking around on the coach, it is likely that you will be once you arrive at your destination. What’s more, shoes that allow your feet to breathe whilst you travel will help you remain comfortable and cool on long haul trips.
If you’re travelling for many hours on a coach, you might want to catch up on some sleep. If you plan to sleep on your trip, remember to take a comfortable blackout blindfold and some earplugs. You may also want a neck pillow. Many use the neck pillow to support the back of their neck, however, you may want to move it round to the front of your neck to stop your head falling forward as your travel.
After many hours of travelling, you can begin to feel like you want to freshen up. Items such as face wipes, hand sanitizer, dry shampoo and a deodorant can make a huge difference to the way you feel and are all light and small enough to take with you easily.
Here at Guideline Coaches Ltd, we pride ourselves on offering a first class experience to all our customers. All our coaches have air conditioning and come with DVD players, drinks facilities and reclinable seats as standard, for your comfort and enjoyment. If you would like to find out more about our coach hire services, please call our friendly team on 01959 533 543. Alternatively, please use our online contact form and we’ll be in touch shortly.