A GUIDE TO PACKING: SUMMER DAYS

For those escaping the crisp winter days and embarking on a northern hemisphere summer stint, we have prepared a customised guide to packing for those warmer climates.  

No.1    I    LUGGAGE AND CARRY-ON
An obvious place to start. Nat Geo Wear suitcases are super sleek and perfectly practical. Equipped with 360-degree turn wheels for soft and stable movement, high-quality zips, and TSA-approved lock functionality.
No.2    I    RASH GUARD
Protect your skin with our cool and comfortable long-sleeve rash guards. No.3    I    SHORTS
A lightweight well-pocketed short is all you need for a summer adventure.No.4    I    BAG
A good utility bag, backpack or crossbody bag is a day-tripping essential. 
No.5    I    HAT
Caps with detachable sun shields, bucket hats, and visors. Choose your shade.No.6    I    T-SHIRT
General rule of thumb: pack a t-shirt for every day of the week, and every mood. 
No.7    I    SWEATSHIRT OR FLEECE

Cooler nights and long-haul flights will call for something warmer: layer up with a cotton sweatshirt or lightweight fleece.

No.8    I    LIGHTWEIGHT JACKET

Versatile and super lightweight jackets are a go-to for any climate.

No.9    I    PANTS OR JOGGERS
Always pack a jogger for casual comfort and cargo pants for exploring.

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Valerie Taylor, OAM – Conservationist, Diver & Photographer.