Certain things can go a long way in dealing with the unexpected. Here are some items to pack that solve problems on the road that don’t take up much space.
Travel pillows can make long journeys more comfortable. But which kind is right for you? Take a look at the best travel pillows and compare different kinds.
It’s always good to pack light for a camping trip, but we’ve tracked down some of the coolest camping gadgets that will help you have a more enjoyable camping experience.
In her GoTubb by humangear review, Monica shares with us why she loves GoTubbs and how useful they have been to her in her travels and at home.
Never worry about packing batteries when you have this. The luminAID PackLite 12 is a solar powered, packs flat lantern perfect for travel.
Who doesn’t love a fancy wine or olive oil brought back from a memorable trip? This gear for traveling with wine and other liquids that come in breakable bottles can help get it home safer.
A list of favorite bug repellent gear so you can be better prepared for combat with mosquitos when you travel. Super simple but important step for avoiding malaria and zika virus.
We thought our beloved pack towels were the best option, that is until we discovered Turkish towels for travel. They’re like a cross between a sarong, a scarf and a towel.
The bra stash isn’t easy to access, nor is the money belt, so what’s the alternative? We were recently introduced to the Buddy Pouch, a product made for fitness with as many uses for travel.
The real benefit of passport covers has been something I’ve questioned over the years. Would I recommend them to HPL readers?
Do you pack duct tape? This post covers why you should consider it. As the saying goes: If it can’t be fixed with duct tape, you’re not using enough duct tape.
Traveling with reusable water bottles is one thing. Traveling with a collapsible, foldable water bottle is another. Read on: Vapur water bottle review.